This gallery is composed of three more trips to the old hospital; after so many visits, I remembered which sections of the wards had collapsed, and the various ways to traverse through the splintered wood and rubble. Usually it was possible to take a parallel passage in the basement, or squeeze between the collapsed floor and the stone walls, but some piles of debris warranted a trip outside the building and back in through a different entrance. I was also seeing some new collapses since previous trips, which in turn altered our old paths through the building.
While taking a long exposure in the old wards of the Kirkbride building, I heard what sounded like firecrackers exploding down the hall for about ten seconds - it was the snapping of each plank of wood as the entire floor broke off and fell into the basement. Luckily no one was standing on or under it.