1. Post #1
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    Dennab
    March 2005
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    i went once to this abandoned sun microsystems office building, now it's a community center.


    i know responses will probably be websites but i live in the san fransisco bay area, if anyone else does too maybe you could recommend me some good places?


    i'd like to explore just about anything, concrete aqueducts in particular (large barren concrete structures fascinate me for some reason)


    also i'm not afraid of trespassing.

  2. Post #2
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    August 2006
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    i suggest you actually go exploring, usually starts with going outside

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  3. Post #3
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    Dennab
    March 2005
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    god damn there's just something so beautiful about barren concrete.


    I've already been to the spots in my area, i have at least 5 special places within a reasonable distance but it's so dense and bubbling economically there aren't many opportunities afforded.

    only thing holding me back is a lack of a car. as soon as i get one i'm probably gonna drive for 2 days straight

  4. Post #4
    bye
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    you might need to branch out, not having a car is a bit of a setback

    though a bubbling economy usually means change
    change means opportunity
    opportunity means adventure, provided you're not limiting yourself to completely decrepit buildings with peeling paint and lonely chairs

  5. Post #5
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    Dennab
    March 2005
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    bubbling economy in california means steady. no change just everything is standing still

    i am sort of looking for condemned buildings, there are some other counties i have in mind but yes no car is a big problem.

    i'd rather have reliable transport to wander than to rely on shit public transport.

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    god damn there's just something so beautiful about barren concrete.


    I've already been to the spots in my area, i have at least 5 special places within a reasonable distance but it's so dense and bubbling economically there aren't many opportunities afforded.

    only thing holding me back is a lack of a car. as soon as i get one i'm probably gonna drive for 2 days straight
    If you're looking for concrete structures, try researching Endicott Period forts and bunkers in your area; those are generally underground structures made out of nothing but glorious reinforced concrete.

    Most of the well-known ones you'll probably find are open to tourists, but there's probably plenty of abandoned or lesser-known ones.

    Edited:

    http://www.nps.gov/goga/historycultu...r-defenses.htm

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    Dennab
    March 2005
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    hey i've actually been to one of those, it was so epic.


    considering this is a giant port area there most def will be some untouched but historical touring shit. i'm betting there are a bunch of abandoned ones up north