St. Mary’s Hospital
St. Mary’s Hospital, Lanark, was lined up to take casualties from the Lanark Aviation Meeting. Fortunately, there were no fatalities and the worst accident was a broken leg. This was the first airshow in 1910 where there were no fatalities! This photo was taken when St Mary’s was used in World War I to deal with casualties. However, it gives an idea of what the hospital was like in 1910.
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