|Exploring a couple breweries, it was a great day. Excuse the cell phone quality, I didn't have an SD card at the time for my DSLR. I'm looking forward to sharing more of what I've been exploring in the last six months. I was locked out of my account (password issue lol) so I had a huge issue getting back in. But here I am! Let me know if you want to go explore in the PDX area! |
"There are always door openings. The opportunities open up in front of you."
|Nice!! I was exploring there yesterday! |
|There was ice on part of the roof so we did some brick bowling on the brewery |
|Looks like a really cool building! Nice shots! |
|Duuuude, I remember this place. We visited in the summer though. Cool place, I wish they had more machinery still. |
You're not weird if you're not normal.
was it thick enough to walk on?
|I thought this place was undergoing restoration? |
|Posted by TomUE|
I thought this place was undergoing restoration?
The newer parts are, and have been [unsuccessfully] had a few attempts at sales over the past half dozen years. The north was the most active part in terms of work crews last time i visited.
|Wow! You're so lucky you got to see the old buildings. I found this spot accidentally in January this year on my way home during a road trip. Wend back via Greyhound during spring break, and spent the day again with a couple friends. The entire site is incredible, but it was definitely under a bit of surveillance. In fact, we were never able to get to the old buildings. The brick one on the north side of the road looked boring now, honestly, because of construction. It was missing the entire back wall. The newer side (brewery and bottling plant) were amazing though. The bottling plant was intense; it was pretty clear workers had just left, and there was electricity. The basement was the spookiest part of the whole thing. Some squatters had somehow gotten a hospital bed frame down there! These are some of my photos from explores. I did just read there was a fire there at the office building in October though, unfortunately. |