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UER Forum > Archived US: Pacific Northwest > Abandonment at the Kent Station? (Viewed 1217 times)
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Abandonment at the Kent Station?
< on 3/11/2008 11:37 PM >
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There is a white building at the Kent Sounder Station, looks abandoned. I would have some pretty good pics, because I had found a great perch in the multi-level parking structure next to it, but my camera died. Anyone know the building I am talking about? I would check it out if it weren't RIGHT NEXT to the Kent Station.

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Re: Abandonment at the Kent Station?
<Reply # 1 on 3/17/2008 6:54 PM >
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I know the place you are talking about. This is the old white wooden building right? I walked around it a couple of times but it looked like it was being used as the storage for some sort of office machine supply company (read: copy machines). Then I went around to the front window and there was a sign offering a reward for tips leading to the arrest of some people who broke in and took a bunch of stuff from the place. I decided to leave and a transit cop walked out of the parking lot next to this place. I got in my car and left.

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Re: Abandonment at the Kent Station?
<Reply # 2 on 3/20/2008 4:07 PM >
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Ah well, I'm sure I can find SOMETHING on it, even if I can't get into it, just finding out what it was and everything would be awesome.

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Re: Abandonment at the Kent Station?
<Reply # 3 on 5/31/2008 11:05 AM >
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The old mill is being used, my friend.
The downstairs office have become seperated by a construction office and an accounting firm which is very much in service and used by those companies. Lots of history there though. It was once one of the several stops for several south sound grain runs. The one directly south is the White River Grainery,

also known as this place for frequent visitors of S 277th st.
It too, is deceptively in use by a lone owner who appears on the roof and sits there for hours at a time. Wish I had more information on that property though.


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Re: Abandonment at the Kent Station?
<Reply # 4 on 6/4/2008 7:12 AM >
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AHA! YOU JOINED!


also, you joined?

also, i was talking about kent sounder station.

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Re: Abandonment at the Kent Station?
<Reply # 5 on 7/19/2008 4:28 PM >
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This is the one i was speaking of.



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Re: Abandonment at the Kent Station?
<Reply # 6 on 7/23/2008 4:56 AM >
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It does look abandoned but so does nucor steel. Often companies take horrible care of their factories. I'd come back on a monday and see if there are any cars in its parking lot. Perhaps you could call their phone number? It may be listed in the phone book. Just find its address.

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Re: Abandonment at the Kent Station?
<Reply # 7 on 7/24/2008 7:16 PM >
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Posted by TomUE
It does look abandoned but so does nucor steel. Often companies take horrible care of their factories. I'd come back on a monday and see if there are any cars in its parking lot. Perhaps you could call their phone number? It may be listed in the phone book. Just find its address.

-Tom


well, i ran in to doc, and knowing him this may be a complete fabrication just to mess with me, but he told me he used to go inside there.

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