Making Progress at the Old Public Service Health Hospital in San Francisco

The old Public Service Health Hospital in the Presidio near Lake and 15th Avenue was famous for its graffiti, Anne Frank iconography, and thrill-seeking, hatchet-wielding overnight campers.

You can see what it looked like last month here and what it looks like this month right here:

Click to expand.

The two tacked-on wings have been slowly taken down and recycled, so all that’s left is the original building.

Hurray. 

Tags: , , , , , , ,

One Response to “Making Progress at the Old Public Service Health Hospital in San Francisco”

  1. Kay says:

    glad i snuck in a tour in a timely manner, the place is creepy beyond belief.