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Infiltration Forums > US: Pacific Northwest > Oregon Carrots! (somewhat picture heavy)(Viewed 2589 times)
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Oregon Carrots! (somewhat picture heavy)
< on 2/10/2017 9:24 AM >
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DEMOLISHED

This was an interesting compound. Composed of like two or three houses like two warehouses, some like drain/irrigation building (no picture of included in set) and probably four acres of cut grass. As far as history of the place goes, all I know is that one of the structures was a place that probably packaged carrots.


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I'm curious to know how you guys feel about people creating threads for locations that have been demolished. Is it bad to? Or is it okay? Personally it sort of makes me a little bit sad just knowing that I personally can't go back to it. But you guys will only be able to go to it through the photos which others have taken of the place. So for you it may make you even more sad. I don't know though.

This is what the site looks like now. Probably not going to have something abandoned on it for a good 100 years! That is if they don't re-develope it. And the grass lot is not the abandonment. Doubt that one



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KD20 location:
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Re: Oregon Carrots! (somewhat picture heavy)
<Reply # 1 on 2/10/2017 6:22 PM >
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I'm curious to know how you guys feel about people creating threads for locations that have been demolished. Is it bad to? Or is it okay? Personally it sort of makes me a little bit sad just knowing that I personally can't go back to it. But you guys will only be able to go to it through the photos which others have taken of the place. So for you it may make you even more sad. I don't know though.


It's definitely okay to post demolished locations. The photos and history are still interesting even if the place is no longer standing.



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Re: Oregon Carrots! (somewhat picture heavy)
<Reply # 2 on 2/10/2017 7:38 PM >
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Posted by KD20



The photos and history are still interesting even if the place is no longer standing.


only if the location was interesting to begin with..



YoelT location:
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Re: Oregon Carrots! (somewhat picture heavy)
<Reply # 3 on 2/10/2017 10:05 PM >
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Oh look something abandoned in Portland!



And good post and good pics. Looks like a fun spot to explore.


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Re: Oregon Carrots! (somewhat picture heavy)
<Reply # 4 on 2/10/2017 10:27 PM >
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only if the location was interesting to begin with..

You only get what you want out of the experience...



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Re: Oregon Carrots! (somewhat picture heavy)
<Reply # 5 on 2/11/2017 11:20 PM >
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it's perfectly fine to post up photos of a demolished location publicly. After all, you don't have to worry about your photos bringing unwanted attention to a place that doesn't exist anymore. :p



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