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Infiltration Forums > Canada: Other > How are they aging?(Viewed 659 times)
Whyshy  location:
Halifax NS
 
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How are they aging?
< on 9/7/2019 6:25 PM >
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I haven't seen many current photos of many of the cataloged locations. A very well known factory is starting to show it's lack of maintenance



several areas in the upper floors are beginning to collapse and many of the beams are now rotten in areas where the roof is open.



many soft and rotting spots plague the building. if the new owner doesn't develop the building soon it will fall to ruin unfortunately.

The outbuildings sure do look beautiful covered in foliage and flowers:




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corvidcache location:
Oregon
 
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Re: How are they aging?
<Reply # 1 on 9/7/2019 6:34 PM >
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several areas in the upper floors are beginning to collapse and many of the beams are now rotten in areas where the roof is open.


many soft and rotting spots plague the building. if the new owner doesn't develop the building soon it will fall to ruin unfortunately.

The outbuildings sure do look beautiful covered in foliage and flowers:




The #1 rule about poking things with sticks is never use your finger.
corvidcache location:
Oregon
 
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Re: How are they aging?
<Reply # 2 on 9/7/2019 6:36 PM >
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hang on tried embedding it did not work



I used a converter to fix it for you. Html won't work on forums.

https://www.seabre...s.com/html2bbcode/

You might want to consider resizing, though.



The #1 rule about poking things with sticks is never use your finger.
Whyshy  location:
Halifax NS
 
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Re: How are they aging?
<Reply # 3 on 9/7/2019 6:46 PM >
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Posted by corvidcache


I used a converter to fix it for you. Html won't work on forums.

https://www.seabre...s.com/html2bbcode/

You might want to consider resizing, though.


thanks that was very nice of you, I compressed them did the same and resized while you were helping me.

I just re-read the thread about how to post properly so hopefully I wont make this big of a blunder again.


[last edit 9/7/2019 6:52 PM by Whyshy - edited 1 times]

corvidcache location:
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Re: How are they aging?
<Reply # 4 on 9/7/2019 6:49 PM >
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Posted by Whyshy


thanks that was very nice of you, I compressed them did the same and resized while you were helping me.


You're welcome. And you're right about the flowers. Everything looks better with plants on it!



The #1 rule about poking things with sticks is never use your finger.
Whyshy  location:
Halifax NS
 
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Re: How are they aging?
<Reply # 5 on 9/7/2019 6:54 PM >
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Posted by corvidcache


You're welcome. And you're right about the flowers. Everything looks better with plants on it!


You are so right, there should be a thread called ivy porn. I'm a sucker for some good ivy!



Logan009 location:
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Re: How are they aging?
<Reply # 6 on 9/12/2019 2:56 AM >
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Absolutely loving the last shot, looks like it could be straight out of "28 days later"



blackhawk
Not an expert.
 
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Mission Control
 
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Re: How are they aging?
<Reply # 7 on 9/12/2019 3:22 AM >
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Jeeeeeesze...








Change "pic" to "inp"





[last edit 9/12/2019 3:23 AM by blackhawk - edited 1 times]

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