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UER Forum > Archived US: South > Abandoned Carbon mill (Viewed 217 times)
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Abandoned Carbon mill
< on 1/3/2014 7:15 PM >
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Hi there!

When I was in my trip Colorado / Québec, I surely plan my way with some abandonment

Here is a place in Kansas, not so far from Wichita.
It was a black carbon mill.

1. Inside a hangar



2. Still inside



3. The hangar



4. One of the outside's Silo



5. And because there was a train track next to it and I like trains...




Have a good all, and Happy 2014!


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Re: Abandoned Carbon mill
<Reply # 1 on 1/4/2014 4:42 AM >
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Whoa!!! I'm a train buff too, and I gotta tell you that photo of the locomotive is a great shot. I love this man. You should submit that to Trains Magazine or something. Thats good. IMHO.

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Re: Abandoned Carbon mill
<Reply # 2 on 1/4/2014 3:00 PM >
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WOW!

When I say I'm 'clean and sober', it means I've showered and I'm headed to the liquor store.
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Re: Abandoned Carbon mill
<Reply # 3 on 1/4/2014 3:38 PM >
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Love the shot of the trucks. Nice set man!

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Re: Abandoned Carbon mill
<Reply # 4 on 1/4/2014 4:25 PM >
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Raticus: Thx! Yes why not offer it to a train magazin, never thought about it.

MoreThanJake: Thank you! Yes this truck was pretty cool I have to say!

cdevon: thx!

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Re: Abandoned Carbon mill
<Reply # 5 on 1/5/2014 4:22 AM >
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Or Cimarron Valley Railroad. It would be a great publicity shot for them. I'd sure give it a shot man. It's a gorgeous photograph.

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Re: Abandoned Carbon mill
<Reply # 6 on 1/5/2014 5:08 PM >
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Raticus yes I shall find there contact first and try it!
Is it a company of BNSF?

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Re: Abandoned Carbon mill
<Reply # 7 on 1/6/2014 4:26 AM >
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I don't think so. I just tried to google it and I didn't get a clear answer either. I'm on a couple of railroad message boards. I'll try to find out some contact info and pm it to you.

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Re: Abandoned Carbon mill
<Reply # 8 on 1/6/2014 7:18 AM >
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Wow thank you! This is really appreciate my friend.

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