In most asylum buildings, the administrative portion - which usually lies at the center - is the most robustly constructed and sturdy area of the building. In the Walters Building at Rochester State Hospital, however, it is anything but - whereas most of the building is in a condition that is absolutely fit for rehabilitation, the administrative wing (which held the medical/surgical and dental offices, x-ray suite, etc) is anything but. Here, water damage through the shattered roof has pulled down reddish-pink insulation, dropping it onto a carpet of moss, ferns, and small plants. The flourescent lighting banks have drooped, creating a weird, roller-coaster-esque feel. An oddity in an odd building.