London, Ontario. June 14, 2013.
In this gallery, here is what remains today of the London Asylum. There are four remnants that remain of the original asylum (The Chapel of Hope; the Infirmary Building; the Horse Stable and the Tree-lined Avenue).
Also in this gallery, is Dr. Bucke's prosthetic leg, currently on display at Museum London. "Dr. Bucke had to fight his way through adult life after age twenty, without the aid of feet, other than artificial. His feet were amputated after being frozen in a successful attempt to cross the Sierra Nevada Mountains in the winter of 1856, in company with one of the two original discoverers of silver in Nevada." (William Sloane Kennedy, "Walt Whitman's Diary in Canada").