It's been a fat minute since I've been back here, feels good to check up on things.
Anyways guys last year around November I managed to get into the old TXU Power Plant in Ft Worth after two tries. It's absolutely one of my favorite locations. The place was locked tight with welded shut entries and very lofty and empty. Recently, I was daydreaming about what it might have looked like in its operating years with heavy machinery and industrial stuff. I figured that some of you older explorers might have some earlier pictures of it. I'd love it if someone could show me some.
I found an interesting article giving some history:http://fortworthga...college-shows.html
Here are a few pics:
7. Suicide Door
10. I love this type of shit. No Escape. Behind the door is a layer of plywood, and then a sheet of steel welded to the the frame, and someones Cheezits.
12. Agility 42 needed to pass the death hole.
15. I love finding remnants of human activity. It's just cool.
16. Deep Down. I was hoping a nearby pipe would lead somewhere, but it was blocked.
P.S. On the my first try, my buddy and I were unable to get in. We met a large group of fellas on the outside by pure luck on the same night. We had the same goals in mind, but were ultimately unsuccessful, and met at a popular location near Echo Lake to hang out. If by chance anyone of you guys manage to find this, shoot me a message.