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UER Forum > US: Pacific Southwest > Long Time Abandoned Building (Viewed 787 times)
pepsipeacecorp 


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Long Time Abandoned Building
< on 8/9/2017 10:57 PM >
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Long time abandoned building on Oahu, obviously visited many times, covered in graffiti.


Easy to access, no barriers at all.


Seems like a mini skating rink was built inside the building a long time ago.

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A stack of wheels covered in the word "oasis". Seems like someone tried to climb to the top at one point.


The building was huge, with dozens of rooms. Doesn't seem like it from the front. Had to take a panorama to capture the side of the building.


There's this abandoned car and boat(?) nearby, heavily damaged.


The car windshield was punctured with a wooden stick, and it seems like everything inside was looted.


Some skull shaped... clay sculpture??? nailed onto the wall.


A large graffiti that reads "SOAR" inside the building.




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dammit.

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Re: Long Time Abandoned Building
< Reply # 1 on 8/10/2017 2:06 AM >
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Lol I love that there's still a boat and car around, fun gallery




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Re: Long Time Abandoned Building
< Reply # 2 on 8/10/2017 8:52 PM >
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Interesting clay sculptures! Do you think those were put there while the building was in use or after it was abandoned?




pepsipeacecorp 


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Re: Long Time Abandoned Building
< Reply # 3 on 8/14/2017 4:55 AM >
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Interesting clay sculptures! Do you think those were put there while the building was in use or after it was abandoned?


I think it was after it was abandoned cause it seems like it was nailed onto the inner layer of the wall where wires and stuff run. Would have to take part of the wall down to do that.




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