Over the last several days, the first building built for hospital purposes in the town of Norwood, the Plimpton building, was demolished. The building was constructed in 1926, and named for Herbert M. Plimpton, president of the original Board of Trustees of Norwood Hospital.

We’ve included some photos of the interior when it was used as a medical library in recent decades.

Below you will find links to all our posts about the ongoing demolition at Norwood Hospital.

Do you have photos or videos of the demolition work at Norwood Hospital you would like to share? Please send them to us! Include your name and the date they were taken and you will receive credit in the captions. Thank you!