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Infiltration Forums > US: Southeast > A derelict department store sounds more interesting than it is.(Viewed 1933 times)
YoelT location:
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A derelict department store sounds more interesting than it is.
< on 6/5/2016 4:44 AM >
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Before exploring an abandoned department store one imagines and hopes for aisles of decaying merchandise and broken displays. What we got was a cleaned out vacant building. Oh well. Been rotting for decades, and was "under renovation" at the time. Fast forward some years to today, and not much has changed.

Best part for me actually was the parking garage, complete with a hidden treasure chest of family keepsakes, which fortunately for us had already been ransacked and strewn around the room which saved us guilt of searching through it ourselves.

Ton of more pics on Flickr of course, just follow the links.


Opening 2012 [2104]
by Yoel Taomas, on Flickr


PZ Department Store - [2119]
by Yoel Taomas, on Flickr


PZ Department Store - [2120]
by Yoel Taomas, on Flickr


PZ Department Store - [2122]
by Yoel Taomas, on Flickr


PZ Department Store - [2124]
by Yoel Taomas, on Flickr


PZ Department Store - [2129]
by Yoel Taomas, on Flickr


Staring at something I couldn't see in the air [2131]
by Yoel Taomas, on Flickr


Found Photo - Bathtub - [2132]
by Yoel Taomas, on Flickr


Invisible Blowjob - [2137]
by Yoel Taomas, on Flickr


PZ Department Store - [2140]
by Yoel Taomas, on Flickr


From here we actually move into the store.


PZ Department Store - [2216]
by Yoel Taomas, on Flickr


PZ Department Store - [2219]
by Yoel Taomas, on Flickr


PZ Department Store - [2225]
by Yoel Taomas, on Flickr


PZ Department Store - [2184]
by Yoel Taomas, on Flickr


PZ Department Store - [2240]
by Yoel Taomas, on Flickr


PZ Department Store - [2260]
by Yoel Taomas, on Flickr


PZ Department Store - [2270]
by Yoel Taomas, on Flickr


PZ Department Store - [2272]
by Yoel Taomas, on Flickr


PZ Salad Bar- [2288]
by Yoel Taomas, on Flickr


PZ Department Store - [2297]
by Yoel Taomas, on Flickr


PZ Department Store - [2324]
by Yoel Taomas, on Flickr


PZ Department Store - [2364]
by Yoel Taomas, on Flickr


PZ Department Store - [2383]
by Yoel Taomas, on Flickr


PZ Department Store - [2567]
by Yoel Taomas, on Flickr


PZ Department Store - [2350]
by Yoel Taomas, on Flickr


PZ Department Store - [2582]
by Yoel Taomas, on Flickr



OUT - [2579]
by Yoel Taomas, on Flickr


PZ Department Store Office - [2349]
by Yoel Taomas, on Flickr


Team Photo - [2341]
by Yoel Taomas, on Flickr


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Steed location:
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Re: A derelict department store sounds more interesting than it is.
<Reply # 1 on 6/5/2016 11:22 AM >
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Actually looks more interesting than any of the abandoned department stores I've been in, though those found photos really sweetened the deal.



YoelT location:
Cascadia
 
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Re: A derelict department store sounds more interesting than it is.
<Reply # 2 on 6/5/2016 5:16 PM >
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Not as good as the ones in Fukushima that have not been touched since the day they were evacuated though. I gotta see that before I die.



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Sheavy location:
Hoover, Alabama
 
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Re: A derelict department store sounds more interesting than it is.
<Reply # 3 on 6/6/2016 5:20 AM >
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I've always liked the pictures I've seen from here and yours are no exception, you got excellent shots here. I wish we would've tried getting in but we never did. They've been doing the remodeling as slow as humanly possible here, opening 2012? Ahaha. it's a skeleton of a building at the moment, and it's been that way for awhile.


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YotaMan20 location:
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Re: A derelict department store sounds more interesting than it is.
<Reply # 4 on 6/6/2016 9:18 PM >
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You're right, this IS better than I expected.



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skatchkins location:
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Re: A derelict department store sounds more interesting than it is.
<Reply # 5 on 6/6/2016 9:59 PM >
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Wow I'm glad I clicked this. Great set! I would never expected so much cool content.



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Re: A derelict department store sounds more interesting than it is.
<Reply # 6 on 6/7/2016 2:29 AM >
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Very cool stuffs.



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Naaman location:
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Re: A derelict department store sounds more interesting than it is.
<Reply # 7 on 6/7/2016 1:54 PM >
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BRAVO



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leafloving4x4gal location:
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Re: A derelict department store sounds more interesting than it is.
<Reply # 8 on 6/7/2016 5:52 PM >
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Nice set...that toilet has its own "rings of Saturn"



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Re: A derelict department store sounds more interesting than it is.
<Reply # 9 on 6/27/2016 4:12 AM >
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https://www.youtub...atch?v=T2619IJ8oq0



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Re: A derelict department store sounds more interesting than it is.
<Reply # 10 on 2/28/2018 3:54 PM >
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Can't beat those salad bar prices.



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Re: A derelict department store sounds more interesting than it is.
<Reply # 11 on 2/28/2018 5:02 PM >
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That corpse is what I like 👍



Pear location:
Austin, TX / Nashville, TN
 
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Re: A derelict department store sounds more interesting than it is.
<Reply # 12 on 2/28/2018 5:12 PM >
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Didn't this place just open, it got renovated? It is now a food hall it seems.



thor89 location:
Kansas
 
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Re: A derelict department store sounds more interesting than it is.
<Reply # 13 on 3/9/2018 1:23 AM >
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I thought that was going to become apartments.

I remember when that was open.

"Louie Sh!t F!ts" was a nickname for it.

Louie donated so much money in the community that there's an elementary school named after him.

Thanks for the memories.



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Pear location:
Austin, TX / Nashville, TN
 
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Re: A derelict department store sounds more interesting than it is.
<Reply # 14 on 3/10/2018 2:44 AM >
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Posted by thor89
I thought that was going to become apartments.

I remember when that was open.

"Louie Sh!t F!ts" was a nickname for it.

Louie donated so much money in the community that there's an elementary school named after him.

Thanks for the memories.


Residences and a food hall it looks like.



YoelT location:
Cascadia
 
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Re: A derelict department store sounds more interesting than it is.
<Reply # 15 on 5/4/2018 11:36 AM >
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Yup, just reopened. Apartments and food hall. I think they cut a huge hole in the middle of the building as a central open space.



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VBJag location:
Oklahoma
 
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Re: A derelict department store sounds more interesting than it is.
<Reply # 16 on 5/4/2018 2:05 PM >
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Posted by YoelT
Yup, just reopened. Apartments and food hall. I think they cut a huge hole in the middle of the building as a central open space.


I'm glad they finally did something with this place and the Thomas Jefferson.



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