Staff working on behalf of NHS England have dismantled large parts of the former Nightingale hospital in Harrogate, including the oxygen tanks that have loomed over the town for a year.
Construction workers started the job at 4am today, almost a year to the day since the temporary hospital started to take shape.
The stretch of Ripon Road immediately outside the Royal Hall and Harrogate Convention Centre was closed to traffic while cranes operated.
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We understand the CT scanners will also be removed later today.
The NHS confirmed last month it will dismantle all seven of the Nightingale hospitals across the country.
NHS Nightingale Hospital Yorkshire and the Humber, which was the Harrogate Nightingale’s full name, which never treated any coronavirus patients.
But it was used to provide CT scans to non-coronavirus patients.