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UER Forum > Canada: Alberta / BC > Under the Garden City: Victoria B.C. secret tunnels. (Viewed 1397639 times)
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< Reply # 2380 on 3/1/2009 11:51 AM >
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Defunct Experimental Dairy Farm (closed late 1980's)
Victoria, B.C.

Your tax dollars at work! A Provincial government grant helped fund this experimental dairy farm that was deemed high-tech at the time.

This was to be an exemplary dairy farm to be showcased on the world stage, but was shut down after a few short years as public money dried up.

The facility sat empty for many years, and actually had a creek running through it before the new owners cleaned house. The buildings after life consisted of various tenants over the years, such as a pottery kiln
and a porn studio to name a few. Man, I love this town!

- M.

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< Reply # 2381 on 3/1/2009 10:17 PM >
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Thats awesome great work Mike!

I was raised on the dairy.



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MANHOLE COVER BLOWN OFF HOLE ON VIEW STREET




Was talking to my gramps the other day- about tunnels among other things. He used to be a cablevision repair guy here and told me some stories about gases being ignited by sparks from the manhole knocking against its rim, and the lid flying into the air. I suppose the spark from the fault ignited the gas pocket, so it's no fabrication that the danger is very real in getting decapitated trying to get into a drain/sewer/spaces.


The other day i was reading up on Michele Remembers (having not actually read the book) and discovered i knew the host of the satanic rituals. So i went to see him and ask some questions (which always happens when i see him, given his occupation)

He equated the fuss around Michele remembers and the subsequent media debates as a witch hunt on par with Salem, but wasn't angry or closed to talking about it. In fact, he told me that Michele and her doctor went up to thetis lake on weekends to pop quaaludes and write their book (but hey, i don't know anyone involved cept him)

Morley's Soda building is turning into condos, when they're done, being an "interested buyer" might buy someone a ticket to a basement inspection. On this note, has anyone been inside a renovated heritage building along the same lines downtown? is there any possibility of the building retaining subterranean access points (assuming it had them) thoughts?





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Holy jesus. Had no idea that that kind of thing could happen! That's pretty scary.
On another note, very nice post mikjep on the dairy. I didn't even know about it....great pix. This thread always seems to be moving interesting places.




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Hey everyone, I did the Hall of Wonders for the first time the other day with skipideedoo, i was really impressed, i've been in the other Bowker tunnels but this one was by far the coolest, we went upstream into the tunnel rather than downstream, and we exited through a manhole near hillside, anyway i thought that was just a really cool trip...




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Hey everyone, I did the Hall of Wonders for the first time the other day with skipideedoo, i was really impressed, i've been in the other Bowker tunnels but this one was by far the coolest, we went upstream into the tunnel rather than downstream, and we exited through a manhole near hillside, anyway i thought that was just a really cool trip...


Good job!

Any pics...?




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We didnt get any pics, but we are going to explore a site tomorrow, and i am going to try really hard to have a camera with me.




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< Reply # 2387 on 3/15/2009 2:46 AM >
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ok we couldnt get in but i will try tomorrow...




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Nice grouping. ^ Any issues shooting in 'China'


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oh, and by the way, that indoor manhole photo was in a pearl store in downtown Beijing full of millions of dollars of high quality pearls. No jokes.




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Wow. I'm sure impressed, the buildings from the air, (third from last shot, and the one with the jet's engine are quite amazing) Not to mention your obsession with teh lidz. Tell us a story...





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Alright, a. lien, a story you want......well, those photos from the air that you liked? Well, that was the last city/town/village in china that i was staying in.
Shanghai. Anyways, i was travelling with 20 friends from vic high/reynolds, the trip had gone marvelously, we'd seen Beijing, Kunming (a city supposedly growing at 1 milion a year, or 3000 people a day), Dali, Lijiang, Guilin, Yangshuo, and some neat interesting rural towns in the boonies. So we arrive in this last city of Shanghai (pop: somewhere around 30 million counting satellite towns). We only got a taste, i guess. We drove in a bus from one end of the city to the other, and went for a walk along the Huang Pu river promenade in the heart of town. Then free time for several hours. I went walking with a friend. We decided to see how far we could walk in the time given without being late or getting lost. Trying to experience as much of the crazy palace known as china, we had sucessfully applied this strategy to all the other towns we had visited.
So we went off from our hotel, a brand new and Faulty Towers-esque hotel in the middle of town with the name 'The Magnificent' proudly emblazoned above the entrance by a broken yellow neon sign. The city is unique. Unlike Beijing, which has tragically bulldozed almost all of it's ancient neighborhoods (hutongs), this city still has vast neighborhoods largely intact from the controversial encroachment of soulless glass monoliths. During colonial times, the city was forcefully opened to foreign trading, and the best bits of China taken over by foreign powers. The best bits of this city were also taken over, and pie cut into various concessions for different nations. So parts of this city were owned by the French, the dutch, the brits, the germans, the italians, etc. In these foreign quarters, the foreigners built entire neighborhoods in the architectural styles of their homelands. So, there are now entire neighborhoods with French architecture, Italian houses, dutch style houses, etc. Nowadays, the quarters are cramped, winding mazes, derelict, ramshackle, and at risk of 'development'. But there is a real sense of community, the people are often very friendly, and with the exception of the depressing animal market that i wandered through, extremely charming. (Maybe one of the good things to come out of the current recession will be less incentive to bulldoze these old parts of town, hopefully. But i guess that's up to the Communist Party). It also amazed me that so much of the old city survived the battle that took place against the Japanese inside/around the city for three months in 1937 and killed well over 200 000 people. It was one of the most fierce and heroic battles in history, and was part of the Sino-Japanase war, which could arguably be considered a part of WW2, inflicting an estimated 30-35 million deaths. In any case, these old neighbourhoods somehow survived and should be treasured.
So anyways, i'm out walking with my friend, wandering through these old quarters, then strolling through the ultramodern sections, then eventually towards the quieter more 'suburban' parts of the city before turning back.
We're not lost. But then, 10 minutes away from the hotel, in the typical frustrating Chinese fashion, there's this huge park, and the road turns into this massive intersection around it. We're on the right road, but can't remember if we turned or not. Uh oh. My friend says he's sure the hotel's one way and i think it's the other way. We're lost. Very lost. And people are waiting for us at the hotel. So we start frantically asking people in our limited chinese how to get to a hotel called the 'Magnificent'. Of course, we have no address, and 'the Magnificent' is an English name, so nobody chinese can pronounce it or remember it easily. Not even the taxi drivers.
So finally, we come across this incredibly helpful and friendly businessman/angel/savior who has a cell phone and lets us use it for, like, 10 minutes while we try to talk to the police.
We thank him immensely, and a minute later 2 cops on nice motorcycles come by.
They tell us to get on, and we get a fast motorcycle ride through the city, which was very fun. Man, I am telling you, the cops in China are sooooo chill and relaxed and friendly. (except in Beijing, where they drove hummers and searched random people on the street). We even saw a policeman asleep at his post. At the police station, we finally hook up with a nice police guy who Googles our hotel and finds the address, and then we get a ride in a cruiser to our hotel, slightly late for our night of karaoke.
Man, i loved china, the good the bad and the ugly. I gotta go back as soon as humanly possible, and with at least several more months......and don't get me started about the evidence i picked up about the existence of tunnels......the 'maze of underground caverns for military headquarters in Kunming'......'the 15 foot thick pavement in the Forbidden city to prevent tunneling assassins'.....'massive military fortifications desperately entrenched during the battle of Shanghai'.......rivers openly running under/through every second street in Lijiang and Dali......and for those not interested in tunnels.....i saw factories, factories, steel mills, mines, and now, recession/closures......................................................




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Ha! I had forgotten that you went to China and when I saw all the manhole covers I thought to myself, "wow, Victoria's Chinatown is bigger than I thought!" It took me a dozen pictures or so before I realized they were not Victoria manhole covers. Sounds like you had an awesome trip. To echo an earlier question...did you have any issues with taking open photographs in China? Anyone threaten to confiscate your camera?




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Did you know you can get to Beijing through a tunnel located in the back food-deep-freezer in kitchen of that big popular Chinese restaurant on Fisgard?

Another entrance can be discovered while fingering through the country section in the Vinyl store in Fan Tan Alley. (Push Down on any Garth Brooks Album to open trap door)




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