|Many of you have probably seen photos from here, or even been here, but this was my first visit to this abandoned crusher plant in Skagit County. I visited on June 4th, 2016 and these are my photos. I only had limited time to look around, so took all these photos in about 20 minutes. I look forward to going back again in the future.|
|Definitely one of my favorite spots. Next time you go, be sure to check out the long section that used to house a conveyor belt, it's pretty cool. I see there is lots of new / different graffiti since the last time I went.|
Thanks for sharing!
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|And don't forget to swim in the lake! Be careful though, those rocks are sharp haha.|
Nice pictures, I see some new graffiti. Glad you had fun
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|Always a favorite. I'm still convinced that that lake is one of the most beautiful spots in the whole country. |
|Thanks for the response.. yes I'm bummed out I missed that spot in the building, definitely gonna try to check it out next time.|
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|I loosely tried to find this place a month or so ago and thought that I had, guess it was something else!|
Place looks pretty cool though.
There is a town EAST of this crusher where there are TONS of abandoned places.
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|More commonly known as Devils Tower. I spend roughly 20 weekends a month here. We shoot in the pit, ride in the pit, fish the lake, walk the building(s) and picnic at the dam. There is a great info/history facility just before you head up the "primitive road". |
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|It's a great spot for sure. It's been a while since we've been there. |
|This place isn't demolished, correct? I just want to make sure before I get all the way up there for vacation. |
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This place isn't demolished, correct? I just want to make sure before I get all the way up there for vacation.
It's still there last I checked!
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