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UER Forum > US: Northeast > MA Abandoned Factory (Viewed 958 times)
LockTheToad 


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MA Abandoned Factory
< on 3/12/2017 7:17 PM >
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This is my first big urbex trip...to a quite massive abandoned factory. The building is not completely empty, some businesses use/lease the front offices, but if you know the correct doors to use, you can work your way back to old production floors that stretch waaaaay back behind the front offices.



1. Pic of the outside.

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2. The production floors are brimming with old materials, only the forklift lanes are open.

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3. An old warning sign.

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4. Here's a spot where the production floor opened up, you can see how much space there is when the junk is out of the way.

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5. Another of the production floor.

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6. The floor was entirely stripped, so boxes of old materials and electronics are everywhere.

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7. Tons of wiring/cables too, though I couldn't figure out exactly what they were for.

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8. My personal favorite find, an old cart left to rot, filled with bolts, tools, and other old stuff.

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9. More cables and piping...the ceiling was an unbelievable mass of wiring, cables, tracks, and pipes. Never seen anything like it.

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10. More junk, looked like plastic casing and wiring.

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11. This room had a lot of unblocked windows, so the natural light lit up all of the wires and tracking in the ceiling.

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12. Here's another shot of the production floor, still filled up with materials and other items. Lots of metal walls and paneling.

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13. As we walked further back, the stuff just continued to pile up, until it was near impossible to get any further without climbing over all od the piled up stuff. After that, we turned around and headed back out the way we came.

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Really fascinating old place, and large enough that it seems like no one wants to take on the expense of either demolishing it or upgrading it, so it's been sitting there for years, slowly filling with stuff. Really fun first exploration, and I hope everyone likes the photos!




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< Reply # 1 on 3/13/2017 3:55 AM >
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That's one hell of a first, it looks like the place just stretches on into infinity! Good shots and good exploration!




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haha hell fucking YES I am so glad someone else has taken some really cool pictures of this place, I love this location so much

OP, there's a lot more really cool stuff to see, definitely worth an all-day explore



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< Reply # 3 on 3/13/2017 1:23 PM >
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Good stuff, well done.




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< Reply # 4 on 3/16/2017 2:45 AM >
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haha hell fucking YES I am so glad someone else has taken some really cool pictures of this place, I love this location so much

OP, there's a lot more really cool stuff to see, definitely worth an all-day explore


I absolutely plan on going back...I definitely feel like I didn't get anywhere close to seeing everything the place has to offer.




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That's one hell of a first, it looks like the place just stretches on into infinity! Good shots and good exploration!


It really was. The place is insane, it really does feel like it goes on forever, and there's multiple floors and sublevels below the main floors that also just keep sprawling back like in the photos. You can get lost in there for hours, easily.




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< Reply # 6 on 4/23/2017 1:11 PM >
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these pictures are phenomenal, I love the lighting throughout. Looks like such a cool space, and honestly despite the clutter is pretty damn clean compared to most places I've seen




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< Reply # 7 on 4/23/2017 1:47 PM >
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I would go here. Well done




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< Reply # 8 on 4/24/2017 11:56 PM >
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If anyone wants to plan a meet up as a small group and check it out, I'm down.




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