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UER Forum > US: Northeast > Pittsburgh Urbex Partner(s) (Viewed 433 times)
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Pittsburgh Urbex Partner(s)
< on 3/25/2019 2:38 AM >
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Is there anyone who's wanting to explore in Pitt and the region? There's two power plants and some bridges I've been wanting to checkout.




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Re: Pittsburgh Urbex Partner(s)
< Reply # 1 on 4/5/2019 2:24 PM >
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YES! I've been hibernating for a while (had a government job) but am ready to get back out there. Let me know what you had in mind.




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Re: Pittsburgh Urbex Partner(s)
< Reply # 2 on 4/29/2019 5:44 PM >
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Honestly powerplants are a bit much, and hard to come by. If you know where to look and how to do research there's so many vacant/neglected homes




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Re: Pittsburgh Urbex Partner(s)
< Reply # 3 on 4/29/2019 6:24 PM >
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Honestly powerplants are a bit much, and hard to come by. If you know where to look and how to do research there's so many vacant/neglected homes


I mean, that area of pennsylvania/west virginia has some pretty cool power stations.




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Re: Pittsburgh Urbex Partner(s)
< Reply # 4 on 4/29/2019 6:37 PM >
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Honestly powerplants are a bit much, and hard to come by. If you know where to look and how to do research there's so many vacant/neglected homes


Houses are generally a bore and can lead to face to face encounters with pissed off owners/squatters or worse.
As Pear stated there are plenty of cool industrial sites that are there to shoot.




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tiftastic 


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Re: Pittsburgh Urbex Partner(s)
< Reply # 5 on 4/29/2019 8:58 PM >
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Houses are generally a bore and can lead to face to face encounters with pissed off owners/squatters or worse.
As Pear stated there are plenty of cool industrial sites that are there to shoot.


I second (third?) this sentiment. Safety aside, I find houses to be depressing. That, or I end up down a rabbit hole trying to figure out who these people were, why they aren’t here anymore, and don’t they want all these old photos?!? It gets messy...




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Honestly powerplants are a bit much, and hard to come by.


He already said he had 2 of em. And yeah, the majority of my power plants are in eastern PA.




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< Reply # 7 on 4/30/2019 12:04 PM >
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Let the man explore his houses and keep the power plants quiet. Jeeeeze




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Re: Pittsburgh Urbex Partner(s)
< Reply # 8 on 4/30/2019 12:27 PM >
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Let the man explore his houses and keep the power plants quiet. Jeeeeze



Nah, any time anyone posts anything power plant related we all have to jump in and prove how much we know about them.




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< Reply # 9 on 5/1/2019 5:20 AM >
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Let the man explore his houses and keep the power plants quiet. Jeeeeze




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Re: Pittsburgh Urbex Partner(s)
< Reply # 10 on 5/5/2019 1:59 PM >
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Catch me when I get back home after the middle of June and I'll be happy to go for an exploring trip in the area. Just hit me up.




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