We headed out to Tombeek to check out a modern, yet unique tuberculosis hospital up on a ridge. We drove down a dead-end street that seemed to be full of activity from renovated buildings from the original facility, until we reached the end where the main hospital building ominously rose from the morning mist. The facade was covered in a pale sick-yellow tile that looked even more unhealthy in the murky air, and the blown out windows spoke volumes about the vandalism that has taken place inside.
Graffiti covered the walls inside, and aside from a few interesting pieces it wasn't too photogenic. The large shards of glass on the tiles made a racket while walking through the empty halls, and soon enough more sounds joined our footsteps as a group of eight or so teens began to try and throw whatever they could from the windows and roof. It was pretty distracting but I saw most of the place, although I didn't take all too many photos. It was still pretty interesting to see.