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UER Forum > Canada: Quebec > Abandoned Warehouse (Viewed 83 times)
NG 
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Abandoned Warehouse
< on 8/14/2019 8:42 PM >
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I got unlucky and my original urbex plan didn't work out... but at least it led me to this! I did a bit of digging online and it seems to be a fruits & vegetables warehouse that closed around 2011. Sadly I didn't fully explore it, but sometimes you just have to trust your gut feeling to be on the safe side.

(Side note: I'm still figuring out how to take nice photos, so excuse everything that's overexposed )






















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Re: Abandoned Warehouse
< Reply # 1 on 8/14/2019 11:50 PM >
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LOL @ "bite whateva you like"... I hate graff, but a huge open place like this is certainly a better place for it than some of the so called "art" I have seen in what should otherwise be historical preservation... Nice share!




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< Reply # 2 on 8/15/2019 1:55 AM >
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The photos look nice actually. Lighting is hard by yourself so don't be too hard on yourself. There's a place like this near me where the owners actually liked the graffiti. It seems like the more skilled artists stick to places like this or at least use some common sense with placement which I can appreciate. The non artists shouldn't have a place anywhere.




NG 
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Re: Abandoned Warehouse
< Reply # 3 on 8/15/2019 3:43 AM >
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LOL @ "bite whateva you like"... I hate graff, but a huge open place like this is certainly a better place for it than some of the so called "art" I have seen in what should otherwise be historical preservation... Nice share!


Of course "Mr. Bitey" would like that one ;) Thanks!

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The photos look nice actually. Lighting is hard by yourself so don't be too hard on yourself. There's a place like this near me where the owners actually liked the graffiti. It seems like the more skilled artists stick to places like this or at least use some common sense with placement which I can appreciate. The non artists shouldn't have a place anywhere.


It's nice to know my iPhone X on automatic settings isn't doing too bad lol, thanks! Agreed, a mostly empty warehouse like this is way better suited for it. It was refreshing to see some graffiti that artists actually put time into vs. the typical non art you come across most often.



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Re: Abandoned Warehouse
< Reply # 4 on 8/19/2019 9:47 PM >
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this is the old Steinbergs fruit and veg warehouse, across the tracks to the west, the cascades building, is the former steinbergs grocery warehouse and across the street the building used by Bell is the former steinbergs bakery. they also at one time had a 4th warehouse south of hochelaga.




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