Rosslynlee Abandoned Hospital 2018 WE GOT INTO THE BASEMENT


hi today were at Rosslynlee hospital it was
founded in 1874 under the name lothian and Peebles mental asylum and then
changed 1948 to Rosslynlee hospital this place was closed in 2010 so we’re
gonna go in and have a look and see what we can find so were at Rosslynlee Hospital today
and it’s like just outside Edinburgh In a town called Roslin, o there’s our way in take this deano that was easy oshit that is loud we are in now toilets “netspray pure fruit juices in squash or concentrate” so its a fruit machine. – this place is pretty big so hopefully we get into most of it we didn’t see security so we should be ok surprisingly this was only actually abandoned since 2010 which considering the look of it you would think it was alot longer so we are trying to find a way round to the other side….its blocked off there. they definitely don’t want people in here, were going to keep looking but and hopefully we get in we haven’t made it right round yet so hopefully there is something VHS….Nice piano cool what were they playing? the Waltz. Just found some masks they used to use so we made it in, we just bumped into some other explorers there. puzzle they even bathed them in the same room must have been a wee office pigeons? we just found a theatre its really well kept…..not really this looks like some gym equipment its got a theatre a gym its got 16,000 toilets and 16,000 baths, baths everywhere it is a hospital I suppose “danger weak floor no entry” wine…buying wine…french wine.. must have been a reception like before you go into a ward. and ask who your here to see that must be private rooms….interview room going way back no 10 cigarettes this was a kitchen this is what they served through theres a mirror there hello, Christmas time, more Christmas decorations im not sure about a lot of the history of this place but ill put it down in the description so check that out just big lockers so we found a basement and going to head down there the now. asbestos down here boys so this is like a basement a lot of people say this place is haunted were not sure how apparently patients were badly abused and killed and stuff like that. well this just looks like all different signs….looks like a workshop wheel chair looks like a psychiatrist chair anything in there? some speakers a pool table thats where we came down we just found a newspaper dated 8th December 2009 that was a year before shutting a Christmas tree, slowly but surely finding Christmas decorations everywhere…maybe find a turkey next. they look comfy whats that razors? safety razors offt thats an huge tele hiy thats no bad they love Christmas in this place see where you put the HDMI in theres a wee cooker …official hospital slips…theres a check! £729 when was it dated though? it was dated back in… 1988 bon bons just keep twisting its getting tighter a want to know whats in here! probably paper work the first George Foreman this is definitely where the security guard usually sits….19… 8 people 6 male 2 female break in camera 9 four lads…intruder keys theres a wee heater prescription bags it is pretty cold isn’t it its kind of like a Childs area…with all the stars and stuff that was Rosslynlee hospital dont forget to subscribe like and comment down below Instagram the link is in the description
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39 thoughts on “Rosslynlee Abandoned Hospital 2018 WE GOT INTO THE BASEMENT

  1. In this Explore we head to the HUGE abandoned hospital that is Rosslynlee! we spent about 6 hours walking around this place and got in everywhere!

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  2. Really great video! Talking about suspense. Thank you for stopping by and supporting my channel. I've subscribed to yours also. I hope you have a great day!

  3. Nice one. I like how you always add some details about the history of the location. Looks like a brilliant explore.

  4. Ok. I follow susanne. She shouted you out so I came here to see for myself. I like abandoned finds so I mashed the scribe, rang the bell and hit the like. I follow a man named "Jay Drone". Right now he's on old Rt 66. A very famous road back in the 50s and 60s. Now very much forgotten. Thanks for sharing.

  5. Hi there, was just on Suzanne Egli's channel and seen her shout out to you and had to come by. This is fantastic and to be honest you deserve way more than 74 (Make that 75) subs. Love the walk though and I really want to start doing abandoned building tours so I am all over this, great job! We are a husband and wife team based out of Montreal and specialize in cinematic shorts featuring urban and rural scenes but also trains, trucks, etc. We also do live streams with tips on editing, creating, filming, photography, and managing and growing on YouTube with guest YouTuber’s just like you and me. .Hope you can drop by soon and we will definitely check out more of what you do. Cheers and all the best

  6. Great upload awesome channel I subbed#84 and liked hopefully we can support each other please stop by my channel and return the love 💗

  7. Abandoned hospitals are the best. I'm glad I found your channel. I find it sad when building are abandoned but they can also be very beautiful. I'm from just outside Glasgow so I get some explanation ideas from you

  8. I just randomly found this video and your channel. This isn’t far from where I live. My gran was a patient here when I was wee and I remember walking through that tunnel with my Mum to go see her. It was creepy even when it was an active hospital

  9. Wow this place is massive! Great quality video guys! Man I am so jealous…I would have a field day in here.

  10. In the latter years before closing it was mainly a geriatric assessment facility with most of the hospital already closed up. You wouldn't have wanted to explore one or two of the wards, let's just say they were secure for a reason!

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