|Posted by indianola309|
holy crap. i cant believe that collapsed. aren't they repairing the plant?
You can see some updates on their instagram of the repairs. They're currently working on the administration building. I was there a few days ago and there are still good spots. Just don't get caught up on all of the abandoned houses and completely gutted factories. While they are still abandoned, they can distract you from the goos stuff. Go for a few days so you can see lots. Also know that just because something is huge doesn't mean it's good. Don't waste your time if you have high standards. Anything that is really good will be really secure. Copper thiefs and scrappers will gut a building even just a few days after it closes. It also helps to go with a local person so you can know where and where not to go. On a -10 degree day you won't find many homeless people but you still never know. I checked out Packard last year. Talked to a security guard outside and she seemed nice. You'll need to find a good time and spot to enter though, because they do have it well secured. You're pretty close so you could go out for a few weekends in a row if you need to.
Be sure to get lots of pictures