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  1. Beneficial-Cucumber

    USA Veolia Industrial Water

    This plant treated the wastewater that was produced by the 5 Pickler at a steel mill. I believe it was closed sometime around 2013. The place was pretty much untouched by vandals or explorers. The mess inside was created by the demo crew as it is slated for demolition soon. Everything was left...
  2. Beneficial-Cucumber

    USA RG Steel - Tiltonsville (Apr 2019)

    This was originally a tandem mill for Wheeling-Pitt steel when it was opened, after it's closure about 12 years ago, it was bought by another steel firm - RG, this lasted until 2012, after it's closure, several of the outer buildings were used by a fracking firm that eventually pulled out in...
  3. MK17SWL

    Ghost City of Picher/Cardin Oklahoma

    This city is one of the best spots I have been and was a blast to explore. I had to go back a second time to cover the whole area; first in September 2018 and again in Late November. Picher Oklahoma was part of the Tri-State mining district, and was deemed contaminated in the late 90's by the...
  4. MK17SWL

    USA Nevada Mining Camp - Bonnie Claire

    I came across this mining camp known as "Bonnie Claire" on a road trip in December of 2018. It has been abandoned for over 100 years so it is unsurprisingly badly deteriorated. The area is also contaminated with arsenic and cyanide, but of course that didn't stop me. A couple of the houses about...
  5. Beneficial-Cucumber

    USA Apartment Building PA (2/2019)

    I couldn't find much info on this, the interior was pretty stripped and bare. Some of the graffiti was killer though
  6. Beneficial-Cucumber

    Great Britain Gatehouse and Payroll Office of a Former Mill Site (2/2019)

    A building used by a payroll clerk & security guards, I believe that it was left sometime in the 80s. There wasn't much, but I found many passes and cards dated from 1940 on the floor. You can see some of the time card slots used by employees and manufactured by IBM.
  7. Beneficial-Cucumber

    USA Blast Furnace Bridge - PA (2/2019)

    Carrie Furnace Hot Metal Bridge. This spanned the Monongahela River to a large blast furnace complex which was abandoned in the 70s along with this bridge. It was built in 1900 and is 51 ft high. 
  8. MK17SWL

    George AFB USAF Hospital - December 2018

    Alright, this is my first post on here but I will get right to it. This hospital is trashed beyond belief but was still fun to explore. It was shut down in 1992 after the USAF pulled out of George AFB following the end of the cold war. These pictures were taken in December of 2018.
  9. Beneficial-Cucumber

    USA Abandoned Blast Furnace Bridge - PA

    https://imgur.com/gallery/iy0gFth Figured I'd just link the album here since it's eaisier, not used since the 70s
  10. Beneficial-Cucumber

    Browns Island - Former Mill Site(1-2/2019)

    (Image Heavy) Browns Island is located on a river in the Midwest, the island has a long, interesting history. It was noted by George Washington during his travels, and Meriwether Lewis from the Lewis and Clark Expedition camped there in 1803, on the site there's an ancient Native mound, and...
  11. Ken_Ohio

    USA Moore Chrome Co, Toledo Ohio

    I don't know very much about this location unfortunately. Lots of cool photos though! IMG_5958 by Ken Durham, on Flickr IMG_5959 by Ken Durham, on Flickr IMG_5960 by Ken Durham, on Flickr IMG_5961 by Ken Durham, on Flickr IMG_5962 by Ken Durham, on Flickr IMG_5963 by Ken Durham, on Flickr...
  12. Ken_Ohio

    USA Detwiler Pool, Toledo Ohio

    The abandoned pool at Detwiler Park. It was opened in 1970, closed in 2009 after thieves broke in and stole water pumps and other plumbing. I                                                                
  13. Beneficial-Cucumber

    Abandoned Nike Missile Base

    This is my first post on here, and these were taken with a cell camera, but I found this site interesting. This is a former control site for a Nike Missile Base that was part of a defense ring around a major city during the Cold War. The location where the missiles were stored/lauched in a few...
  14. M

    USA 12236 Pendleton Pike, Oaklandon, IN (1/2019)

    Visiting Oblivion State always triggers in me a spirit of exploration that doesn't get many opportunities to take flight... As I go about my day-to-day routine however, I am inclined to keep a keen eye towards locations that might beckon me from beyond the beaten-path in the hopes of snatching...
  15. yonaguni

    USA A Doctor's House

    I ve past this house for years.always had a car in drive way..then months ago no more car...i went to take a look.....the back dor had a latch i opened the latch and the whole door came off..big heavy door almost crushed me...well im in..i thought The door to the left lead to the basement..it...
  16. Beneficial-Cucumber

    Bases/Installations

    Anyone know of any abandoned bases/sites/installations in western/south-western Pennsylvania, Ohio or West Virginia? I was at a semi-disused support facility near Pittsburgh today
  17. S

    Brach's Candy Factory 13 May, 2013 part one

    This is from a exploration on the 13th of May, 2013. These pictures are mostly the east buildings from the interior. Second set will be south end and my favorites, the roof. Brach’s Candy was a Chicago (and world) candy factory legend. This facility, one of the largest candy factories in the...
  18. 1

    Need New Places Ohio

    I am looking for new places to urbex. I am from the northeast Ohio area near Akron. Feel free to email me if you have any places you are willing to share. I will exchange places. my email is assmitty97@gmail.com I attached some images from previous urbexes.
  19. yonaguni

    USA The Black Farm

    The Black Family farm house..parts were built in the 18th century...while exploring a member of the black family caught me....he was a nice old guy gave me the history of the place..we went back to his house(across the street and chatted awhile... Juily 1976..it sells for 40$..i should have...
  20. M

    I need advice

    Firstly, I don't know if this is the correct place to post this. Secondly, I've discovered an underground access pipe that have evidence of being lived in a long while ago but I'm not sure how to enter. There's no ladder or stair system and those pipes are very dank and dark. I need some advice...

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