News / Local In Pictures: Aberdeen’s Woolmanhill Hospital by Scott Begbie 28/04/2017, 1:06 pm Send us a story Sign up to our Daily newsletter In this week’s Aberdonian we have taken a look back through our picture archive at historical images of Aberdeen’s Woolmanhill Hospital. The tunnel entrance – to the Schoolhill railway – on Blackfriars Street. Surgery was a different story to modern, hi-tech operating theatres. An early photo of Woolmanhill Hospital. courtesy of aberdeen city libraries Second-year students from the School of Physiotherapy raised £360 with a six-a-side football match The impressive south front of Simpson’s old infirmary building at Woolmanhill. An operating theatre at Woolmanhill in the early 1960s. Woolmanhill first opened it was at Aberdeen Royal Infirmary. Work is seen progressing on the new Denburn dual carriageway. The last patient to be transferred from Woolmanhill arrives at Foresterhill casualty unit. Orthoptist Eva Robertson examines the side vision of Margaret Hutcheon at the Woolmanhill Eye Clinic.