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Infiltration Forums > Canada: Alberta / BC > Post your newest!(Viewed 206302 times)
nnnnn location:
Edmonton, AB
 
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Re: Post your newest!
<Reply # 940 on 3/12/2017 8:33 PM >
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Posted by elementofone
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I thought for sure this was somewhere in BC, cause you see ink1 all over Van. Sweet shots regardless. Thanks for sharin



R426 location:
Everywhere
 
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Re: Post your newest!
<Reply # 941 on 3/12/2017 9:01 PM >
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In the middle of nowhere.....


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EPOCH6 location:
Greendale, BC
 
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Re: Post your newest!
<Reply # 942 on 3/14/2017 10:24 PM >
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Some shots from my trip across BC last weekend, Fraser Valley to Jasper, AB. Definitely some familiar locations here to anyone who has traveled the Fraser Canyon.


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Re: Post your newest!
<Reply # 943 on 3/15/2017 6:29 AM >
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That truck looks like it's in great condition for an abandoned truck from the 20's or 30's .



EPOCH6 location:
Greendale, BC
 
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Re: Post your newest!
<Reply # 944 on 3/17/2017 3:07 AM >
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That truck looks like it's in great condition for an abandoned truck from the 20's or 30's .

Pictures 13 and 14 are actually from a fake ghost town called Deadman Junction between Cache Creek & Kamloops, built from the ground up by the man living on the property. Some years ago you could drive in any day of the week and he would show you around and chat about the project, nowadays it looks very close to opening as a money-grab tourist attraction. There are already signs up demanding payment prior to taking pictures, didn't actually notice until I read the sign in the photo below a day later.

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<Reply # 945 on 3/18/2017 5:22 PM >
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Posted by nnnnn


I thought for sure this was somewhere in BC, cause you see ink1 all over Van. Sweet shots regardless. Thanks for sharin


It actually is somewhere in BC. I said it was in alberta to throw people off because i have never seen pics of this place anywhere on the innerweb nor hae i seen anyone talk about it. Its a hidden gem in the middle of suburbia



thegerm location:
Edmonton
 
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Re: Post your newest!
<Reply # 946 on 3/18/2017 7:53 PM >
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It actually is somewhere in BC. I said it was in alberta to throw people off because i have never seen pics of this place anywhere on the innerweb nor hae i seen anyone talk about it. Its a hidden gem in the middle of suburbia


grr that is mean.

But it was kinda obvious the vegetation doesn't match Alberta.



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elementofone   |  | 
Re: Post your newest!
<Reply # 947 on 3/19/2017 6:22 PM >
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grr that is mean.

But it was kinda obvious the vegetation doesn't match Alberta.


haha very mean! ya cause there is no vegetation in alberta!!! Well good luck finding it! haha



Mystics location:
Edmonton, AB
 
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Re: Post your newest!
<Reply # 948 on 3/21/2017 11:12 PM >
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I don't want to know how many hours I wasted searching Google Earth for that.



nnnnn location:
Edmonton, AB
 
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Re: Post your newest!
<Reply # 949 on 3/22/2017 2:28 AM >
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Posted by elementofone


It actually is somewhere in BC. I said it was in alberta to throw people off because i have never seen pics of this place anywhere on the innerweb nor hae i seen anyone talk about it. Its a hidden gem in the middle of suburbia


Found it. Now just need to get a trip to BC planned...



thetrainguru location:
Jasper AB
 
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Re: Post your newest!
<Reply # 950 on 3/24/2017 1:20 AM >
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Create don`t destroy.

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flySparro location:
Alberta, Canada
 
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Re: Post your newest!
<Reply # 951 on 3/24/2017 4:46 AM >
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Sweet building! Looks like you weren't the first one to find it though.. hehe.



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EPOCH6 location:
Greendale, BC
 
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Re: Post your newest!
<Reply # 952 on 3/24/2017 4:27 PM >
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Some of you may recognize this place. I wasn't able to get many pictures of this location as it was an unplanned visit and I didn't want to overstay my welcome, but now that I've had some time to find out a bit more about its history I may return with some questions. This house has caught my eye several times while exploring the Fraser Canyon but I hadn't stopped to look around until earlier this month. I had several more stops planned along my route so my intentions were to quickly get a few pictures, hit the road, research it after the fact, and return later.

I had a long drive to Jasper, AB ahead of me and decided before leaving that I'd divide the drive over two days, giving me plenty of time to explore along the way, stopping halfway to spend the first night at my uncle's place in Barriere. My uncle has been a trucker his entire life and has driven this stretch of highway more times than he could ever count, so I showed him the pictures and asked him if he knew anything about the place. His eyes lit up and he explains to me that decades ago a very rich man lived there and that the odd structures in the backyard were actually built to cage exotic animals. The guy built a private zoo in his backyard, complete with lions, tigers, and other exotic predators. Nothing ever came of it commercially and eventually the man died, the backyard is now empty and untouched and the house is occupied by others.

I'm hoping to return this summer to see if I can get any more history out of the current owners.

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elementofone   |  | 
Re: Post your newest!
<Reply # 953 on 4/29/2017 11:42 PM >
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Come on people...this isn't that difficult


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Greatwhiitenorth location:
Vancouver
 
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Re: Post your newest!
<Reply # 954 on 4/30/2017 3:14 PM >
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Well that's frustrating, Definitely not that difficult... but my timings always been off.

Good stuff



Masakari location:
Vancouver
 
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Re: Post your newest!
<Reply # 955 on 4/30/2017 6:57 PM >
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Posted by Greatwhiitenorth
Well that's frustrating, Definitely not that difficult... but my timings always been off.

Good stuff


My thoughts exactly



Masakari location:
Vancouver
 
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Re: Post your newest!
<Reply # 956 on 5/4/2017 1:04 AM >
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I'll add some photos from my friend and I's first explore of the year which was at the beginning of February. The place was trashed pretty good but was fun to find nevertheless.















flySparro location:
Alberta, Canada
 
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Re: Post your newest!
<Reply # 957 on 5/5/2017 5:56 PM >
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Posted by Masakari
I'll add some photos from my friend and I's first explore of the year which was at the beginning of February. The place was trashed pretty good but was fun to find nevertheless.


Can you imagine if the people that were busy smashing and spray painting were active UER members instead, what a community we'd have? Faster discovery, more preservation and enjoyment..



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Re: Post your newest!
<Reply # 958 on 5/6/2017 6:52 AM >
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An amazing find which i have never seen any inside pics of this place anywhere before.


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An amazing find which i have never seen any inside pics of this place anywhere before.







Masakari location:
Vancouver
 
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Re: Post your newest!
<Reply # 959 on 5/6/2017 1:30 PM >
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Very nice!! Somewhere in the lower mainland I assume? That skeleton is intense



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