Saturday, 1 July 2017
Old Photograph Little Cairnie Hospital Arbroath Scotland
Old photograph of Little Cairnie Hospital in Arbroath, Scotland. A fever hospital was established by Arbroath Burgh around 1870. In 1899 a competition was held for a new epidemic hospital, this was to be erected at the joint expense of the Burgh and District Committees of Forfar County Council to a cost of around £10,000. The competition was won by Hugh Gavin, of Arbroath, and the Little Cairnie was hospital completed in June 1903. It is now closed.
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