These elevators are labeled "Elevators 1-3", with elevator 3 on the left, elevator 2 in the middle, and elevator 1 on the right. The left elevator was broken when I was here. From what I have heard, most of the elevators here are not very reliable. I have heard that the left elevator has been broken for months, and it is broken because the shaft is damaged, and it will be VERY expensive to fix it! The left elevator has two speed center opening doors, unlike the other 2 elevators, which have 2 speed side opening doors and it is faster than the other elevators. It also has it's own call buttons, and might be on a separate controller. An employee here said it was fine for us to ride these elevators. This building is for sale. It is unknown what will happen to this building. It might get demolished, or it might stay open, but these elevators are most likely going to be modernized. Otis Lexan fixtures. This is the main building of the hospital, near the main entrance. These elevators might also be heavily used. I didn't go down to B, because I thought it was a service floor, because the passenger elevators near these elevators do not go down there (I am not sure if it is a service floor or not). The current owner said they were going to modernize the elevators in 2015-2016, but I don't think that will happen yet, as the current owner is struggling to keep this place open. Year installed: Circa 1981
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These are elevators 1, 2, and 3 at O'Connor Hospital in San Jose, CA. Note that looking at these...