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UER Forum > US: Mid-Atlantic > A first-timer at an old classic (Viewed 894 times)
Vityaz 


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A first-timer at an old classic
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Hello all, this is both my first post here and my first foray into this activity.

The rather well-known girls' religious school in Virginia, recently ringed with a chainlink fence and some heavy vehicles. Undergoing recent renovations/debris clearing. Didn't dissuade me, however.


What the approach looked like. Fairly nondescript and unremarkable country road.


The gate to the site was locked. The lock and chain itself looked new, and used frequently.


After taking account of what seemed to be the possibility of other people nearby, decided to take the lower path off the main road.


Power station chimney with backlighting.


Gained access to the chapel after undermining perimeter barrier.


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Some clear signs of collapse were visible.




I don't want to turn this into a spam post, so I will conclude the pictures here. I have a number of videos also, but am not sure how to embed them. If it is even possible to do so.

Thank you either way for your time. Feel free to contact me with any questions, advice, or criticisms.

~V




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Re: A first-timer at an old classic
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nice job getting in there. They definitely keep an eye on it and ticket.




enirus 


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Re: A first-timer at an old classic
< Reply # 2 on 4/13/2017 5:44 PM >
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Welcome to uer!

Great pictures




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Re: A first-timer at an old classic
< Reply # 3 on 4/14/2017 6:16 PM >
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This is the only place where I've been inside and the owners show
up and come inside as well. For about an hour I was constantly
staying ahead of them. Once they were gone I got the rest of my
pics and left. Nice shots!



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hferg 


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Re: A first-timer at an old classic
< Reply # 4 on 4/15/2017 4:36 AM >
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Nice hall shot!! I'm oddly in love with hallways..




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Re: A first-timer at an old classic
< Reply # 5 on 4/17/2017 12:16 AM >
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Welcome to UER! Nice pictures--they aren't sideways like in my first post, so that's always a good sign!




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