Tranquille Sanatorium

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The 1907 Tranquille Sanatorium was a tuberculosis hospital until it became a mental institution in 1959. It closed 1983; plans are for the building to be razed and the site turned into a resort area. The building and grounds are said to be haunted by former patients.

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Tranquille Rd
Kamloops, British Columbia

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50.720560986679075, -120.52191388589563
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