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UER Forum > US: South > The photo of the day: Texas part III (Viewed 7411 times)
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That's neat, any back story to it? Do you know what it was for?




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That's neat, any back story to it? Do you know what it was for?


Yes, my dear. +1 what he said...

This demands some kind of explanation, lol.




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Get in the structure?


Yes. Several times. The picture above is a recent shot ....Here is some shots of the inside. Its pretty gutted, not much to see now.



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Yes. Several times. The picture above is a recent shot ....Here is some shots of the inside. Its pretty gutted, not much to see now.

http://i769.photobucket.com/albums/xx333/Lucielou_photo/World%20Trade%20buliding/IMG_8182_1.jpg

and another,

http://i769.photobucket.com/albums/xx333/Lucielou_photo/IMG_0208.jpg


http://i769.photobucket.com/albums/xx333/Lucielou_photo/World%20Trade%20buliding/IMG_8167.jpg


I was out here like a month or two ago. There was a way in, but it required more effort than I wanted to put forth at the time (i.e. climbing in broad daylight or squeezing through broken glass). It is a gorgeous building though. In hindsight, I probably should have done it, since the next spot I went to sucked ass, lol. Cool photos!




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https://farm5.staticflickr.com/4566/38200861124_ee5837cd3b_b.jpgSnow by Road Extx, on Flickr

Go home South Texas, you're drunk.


You should enable your comments on Flickr.




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I was out here like a month or two ago. There was a way in, but it required more effort than I wanted to put forth at the time (i.e. climbing in broad daylight or squeezing through broken glass). It is a gorgeous building though. In hindsight, I probably should have done it, since the next spot I went to sucked ass, lol. Cool photos!



Thank You Kindly Dee. I wish you could go through it before it completely caves in on itself. Its really a fun explore if you like missing floors Hey! didn't i see a few photos on your Flickr page from here!?!



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