This former hospital was built beside East Fortune Airfield to treat tuberculosis patients in Scotland. During World War II, it was converted into a military hospital and expanded to accommodate 400 beds. After the war, it was converted into a hospital for intellectually disabled children and then adults before closing its doors for good in 1997.
Loudoun Castle, also known as the Windsor of Scotland, was besieged by the armies of Oliver Cromwell. Years later, it served as “Scotland’s Premier Theme Park” before tragedy struck when a worker fell to their death. Today, it lays abandoned after low visitor numbers rendered the park financially unviable.