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Infiltration Forums > US: Pacific Northwest > NW industrial complex(Viewed 1824 times)
RogueShadow location:
tacoma, wa
 
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NW industrial complex
< on 9/6/2017 5:01 PM >
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Northwest industrial complex, could spend days exploring.

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blackhawk
Not an expert.
 
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In plain fucking sight...
 
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Re: NW industrial complex
<Reply # 1 on 9/11/2017 1:12 AM >
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Very nice
What's behind the door?



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RogueShadow location:
tacoma, wa
 
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Re: NW industrial complex
<Reply # 2 on 9/14/2017 5:27 AM >
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That is actually the "behind" part of the door. It is the secured access door to a nuclear reactor outer shell. The other outside part is just a big steel round door.



Deuterium location:
PNW
 
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Re: NW industrial complex
<Reply # 3 on 9/19/2017 12:11 AM >
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Posted by RogueShadow
Northwest industrial complex, could spend days exploring.




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do you know what this means?




RogueShadow location:
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Re: NW industrial complex
<Reply # 4 on 9/24/2017 12:59 AM >
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Posted by Deuterium


do you know what this means?



I was kinda hoping someone on here might recognize it. It is at pretty much the lowest level of this facility. I thought it was a pretty cool design.



RogueShadow location:
tacoma, wa
 
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Re: NW industrial complex
<Reply # 5 on 9/24/2017 3:26 AM >
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found about the mystery logo. it's from a game called soma. not sure where it comes into play though.

www.frictionalgame.../thread-31422.html



blackhawk
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Re: NW industrial complex
<Reply # 6 on 9/24/2017 4:12 AM >
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Posted by RogueShadow
That is actually the "behind" part of the door. It is the secured access door to a nuclear reactor outer shell. The other outside part is just a big steel round door.


Thought that's what it was, but never been near anything like that.
That had to have been a hella fun mission



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jdogtobin location:
Abbotsford
 
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Re: NW industrial complex
<Reply # 7 on 10/6/2017 5:24 PM >
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hey do you know/willing to share where this place is?



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Ganesha
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Re: NW industrial complex
<Reply # 8 on 10/11/2017 4:23 AM >
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Did you take a Geiger counter? Did it click a lot?



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Re: NW industrial complex
<Reply # 9 on 10/11/2017 4:36 AM >
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Satsop Business Park is looking a little dark, they used to leave the lights on in there.



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RogueShadow location:
tacoma, wa
 
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Re: NW industrial complex
<Reply # 10 on 10/14/2017 4:07 PM >
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Posted by Ganesha
Did you take a Geiger counter? Did it click a lot?


There never was any nuclear material at this site.



Blondebabe88 location:
Vancouver, WA
 
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Re: NW industrial complex
<Reply # 11 on 12/16/2017 11:37 PM >
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Wow this place looks really neat, it's right up my alley! I love these huge abandoned industrial spots, just thinking about the kind of machinery and power that it took to run those places. Also, these are great shots. Nicely done



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blackhawk
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Re: NW industrial complex
<Reply # 12 on 3/2/2018 11:26 PM >
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Bumping this to the top...
Kick ass site and a favorite pic thread of mine.
Congratulations on your FM



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JennyUE location:
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Re: NW industrial complex
<Reply # 13 on 3/6/2018 1:43 AM >
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SOMA is a psychological horror game. The buildings in the game were named for Greek letters, so that graffiti is probably a "logo" for one of the sites in the game. The buildings were all underwater research development facilities. Someone just might be a huge fan of the game (I am!), but it seems a bit irrelevant to this abandoned site.



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RogueShadow location:
tacoma, wa
 
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Re: NW industrial complex
<Reply # 14 on 3/15/2018 2:07 AM >
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Posted by blackhawk
Bumping this to the top...
Kick ass site and a favorite pic thread of mine.
Congratulations on your FM


Thanks.



Mikey B. location:
Vancouver, WA
 
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Re: NW industrial complex
<Reply # 15 on 9/28/2018 8:37 PM >
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Posted by JennyUE
SOMA is a psychological horror game. The buildings in the game were named for Greek letters, so that graffiti is probably a "logo" for one of the sites in the game. The buildings were all underwater research development facilities. Someone just might be a huge fan of the game (I am!), but it seems a bit irrelevant to this abandoned site.


SOMA was amazing! I really loved the questions of morality and perspective they posed for the player. If you're into the gaming scene at all it's worth trying to work your way through it.

Some Stencil artists like taking things like these logos and blasting them places for other fans to find as an Easter egg or homage to it. Kind of fun happening across them. Kind of like the game half-life and the Lambda symbol pointing to somewhere where someone smashed some crates or you find an old rusted out crowbar. I'm into the non-gang related graffiti scene(the people who are artistic that when you see it you actually appreciate it some) a little bit and some of the guys are pretty decent about where they spray. My personal opinion is to leave abandoned places untouched other than at absolute most a stencil sprayed with the wash away spray chalk. It works really well as a marker in case you go subterranean and being able to navigate out through a maze of tunnels.



Mikey B. location:
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Re: NW industrial complex
<Reply # 16 on 9/28/2018 8:38 PM >
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The giant hydro style hatches is probably what made someone think of spraying that logo on the wall. Looks like the airlocks in between the undersea bases sections.



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