Delving back in time

This aerial picture of Stracathro Hospital in 1960 was handed in by Maureen Buck, who worked at the hospital during the time the picture was taken, and now lives in America. The main drive is much more tree-covered than today, and the buildings to its right have been demolished and replaced by the Susan Carnegie Wing, and open ground.

This aerial picture of Stracathro Hospital in 1960 was handed in by Maureen Buck, who worked at the hospital during the time the picture was taken, and now lives in America. The main drive is much more tree-covered than today, and the buildings to its right have been demolished and replaced by the Susan Carnegie Wing, and open ground.

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This week’s Down Memory Lane picture comes courtesy of our sister title - The Montrose Review. The aerial picture is of Stracathro Hospital in 1960. The picture was handed into their office by Maureen Buck, who worked at the hospital during the time the picture was taken, and now lives in America.

The main drive is much more tree-covered than today, and the buildings to its right have been demolished and replaced by the Susan Carnegie Wing, and open ground.

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