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First Post Guys! Anyways, my group of friends and I found an abandoned Gas Station south of Atlanta. Apparently, the gas station went bankrupt due to the county screwing them over. A new highway system was out in, and the road to the gas station was relocated, so in order to get to the station, one would have to travel a good 5 minutes out of their way. Not worth it. So the station closed down and now it looks like this. May go back to take more pictures soon, stay posted. Have a great day guys, and be safe!

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Thanks for taking the time to put a report together, looking forward to seeing more from over there :) 

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Thanks for posting and welcome!

As it happens one of my first ever explores was a place very similar to this in the UK...

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