dj_axle (dj_axle) wrote in abandonedplaces,
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Malt Plant Maddness!

The Canada Malting Company Plant in Toronto has stood at the end of Bathurst Street since the late 1920s. It was the first silo to be built in the city using concrete (as gain dust has explosive tenancies, the wooden silos burned...often).

Expansion happened during the second world war to bolster food and alcohol stocks. The plant finally closed in 1988. A former member of my church actually was inside this place while it was still active. It was not pretty he said. Even back then it was dangerous.

Malt


Branding

Fenced

Silos

In Terror
Around the outside of the Malt Plant is the Irish Potato Famine Memorial. It's kinda creepy...the statue is from that memorial.

All Objects

Courtisans

You Can't See Me.

Patterns

Ex Machina Dios

tracking...
See the holes in the floor? You don't want to step into them, I've lost a camera to those holes. They lead to the old silos.

Moster Machine

Watchers

AHHHHH

pit

Broken

Years

Warning

Hearn

Wide Core
A view from the top of the Tower. (Nikon F80, AF Nikkor 28-80mm 1:3.3-5.6G, Kodak Portra 400VC)

Broken

Boo!
Peek-a-boo
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