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UER Forum > US: South > The photo of the day: Texas part III (Viewed 18734 times)
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Re: The photo of the day: Texas part III
< Reply # 180 on 3/20/2020 4:18 AM >
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I stopped at that same video store a couple of years ago when it was first abandoned, but didn't find a way inside.


I don't know if posting about entry points is allowed on here but let's just say it's VERY easy access now. Gotta love the strange single structure locations along 35




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Re: The photo of the day: Texas part III
< Reply # 181 on 4/18/2020 6:20 PM >
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Any of you guys ever explore this place? /climb the rope and take the suspended tunnel over to the partially active industrial building? I would love to see your pictures!

I went alone Summer 2016 but didn't feel safe risking the climb. I bet other people have made make shift ladders before ect.

Sorry the picture is so small, uploaded it via my phone :~|



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Re: The photo of the day: Texas part III
< Reply # 182 on 7/26/2020 9:47 PM >
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Re: The photo of the day: Texas part III
< Reply # 184 on 12/9/2020 10:24 PM >
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Any of you guys ever explore this place? /climb the rope and take the suspended tunnel over to the partially active industrial building? I would love to see your pictures!

I went alone Summer 2016 but didn't feel safe risking the climb. I bet other people have made make shift ladders before ect.

Sorry the picture is so small, uploaded it via my phone :~|


I took the risk. Not much up there except a cool looking side door and a dead mummified rat (I hope its still there lol). It leads to a reinforced boarded up wall. Looked through the cracks and saw light coming through. It looked pretty solid to me. Not gonna get through without tools. I always told myself I'd go back to the bigger building one day but never had.




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