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Aug. 12th, 2006 | 09:10 am
posted by: crabbyolbastard in abandonedplaces

Keep Out

Abandoned Farm
Tolland CT

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Aug. 12th, 2006 | 10:35 am
posted by: darkravenette in abandonedplaces

My friend bu_doodlebug and I recently took a day just to drive around town and find cool things to photograph.

Like this abandoned mini golf course:

Click here for our day of exploration. Definitely not safe for dialupCollapse )

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Abandoned Kaboose

Aug. 12th, 2006 | 12:18 pm
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posted by: zind4gi in abandonedplaces

Continuing on from the derelict pullman cars from last week's urban exploration with jaylake, today I bring you the Abandoned Kaboose.

With some cars still attached to this Kaboose, it was obvious it had been sitting there for away. What we came to learn as we went inside is that this was the ultimate party pad with the cans of Old Milwaukee and PBR laying around.

Take the last train to ClarksvilleCollapse )

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Aug. 12th, 2006 | 07:15 pm
posted by: xlaurabirdx in abandonedplaces

I've overlooked this building for several years, I can't believe it! And it's on my own college campus. How lucky can I be?

It doesn't look abandoned from the outside; that's because it's under renovation. That also means that it won't be abandoned for very long. I believe the building was used until 2002 and then for some reason the school just stopped using it. The exterior was totally renovated last year, and I wish I had some of the 'before' pictures, you would have loved them!
Oh, and here's a little history on the building from my school's website: http://www.tristate.edu/CAMPUS_TOUR/ADMIN_BLDG.htm

Venture inside, if you wishCollapse )

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