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UER Forum > Archived US: Pacific Northwest > Eastern Washington (Viewed 932 times)
ldm0089 


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Eastern Washington
< on 1/24/2010 8:04 AM >
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Hey I'm new to posting on this site but I've been lurking on it for awhile. I'm in Eastern Washington and we don't have all that much as far as abandonments goes. So far anything I've though might be interesting has either been renovated or torn down all together. Last time i was in Seattle me and a few friends went and looked around the tunnels under UW and mapped it out for the most part but didn't get to go in due to lack of time. I do want to find something closer since my last successful outing was an old farm in Northern California. Anyway I am wondering if anyone who lives in the WA, ID, OR area wants to meet up and check some places out since I'm not having the best luck. Driving really isn't an issue, or if anyone wants to hint me in the right direction I would be pretty grateful.


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Re: Eastern Washington
<Reply # 1 on 1/24/2010 9:06 AM >
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hi! welcome! glad you stopped lurking and started posting the NW needs more in the way of active posters.

as for abandonments in E Wash, there may be quite a lot more than you realize. the rural type of abandonment is not uncommon, and you'll find a lot of fun spots around Spokane. there are some silos and the like out that way too.

i'm not out that way myself or i'd be more specific -- but perhaps others will weigh in on this.



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Re: Eastern Washington
<Reply # 2 on 1/25/2010 6:32 PM >
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I am more than willing to venture out with the fellow NW crew! Driving for me as well in not a problem, just a time and a place. I do work MON-FRI but i think we should all plan something in the very near future! Anyone else down..

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Re: Eastern Washington
<Reply # 3 on 1/26/2010 9:38 AM >
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Agreed time and place is the issue, i also work mon-fri but i have an almost infinitely flexible schedule. If we can plane something im up for it.

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Re: Eastern Washington
<Reply # 4 on 1/26/2010 4:16 PM >
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ldm, I'm pretty sure that's an old mine head since the surrounding area is cut into hard rock. I've passed that by several times but never had time to stop, you should go check out the Finley area along what used to be called Chemical Drive.

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Re: Eastern Washington
<Reply # 5 on 1/26/2010 10:53 PM >
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yeah it is, its just outside kennewick right alone the freeway but there really isnt a way in and apparently most of it has collapsed on the inside.

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Re: Eastern Washington
<Reply # 6 on 1/29/2010 7:36 PM >
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What about this?
http://microvoltra.../railroad/gnry.htm
Its smack in the middle of the state, and the old tunnel is 7.2 miles long!

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Re: Eastern Washington
<Reply # 7 on 1/30/2010 4:26 AM >
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I'm liking it, just found it on google earth. How far away are you from there?

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Re: Eastern Washington
<Reply # 8 on 1/30/2010 9:46 AM >
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Do you know anything about the hospital in colfax?

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Re: Eastern Washington
<Reply # 9 on 2/12/2010 7:11 AM >
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I know of a ton of good sites in E Washington, Im in Wenatchee myself, if you guys want more info drop me an email as Im rarely on UER anymore. My email address is my username minus the underscores a Gmail.com

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Re: Eastern Washington
<Reply # 10 on 2/22/2010 8:55 AM >
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Welcome! Check this out. In Kennewick, there's an old mill over by the tracks. It's on Clearwater by the McDonald's. Might be worth a look.

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Re: Eastern Washington
<Reply # 11 on 2/22/2010 10:21 PM >
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Anything in Eastern WA will have to be a weekend thing for sure. The weather is getting too nice for us to be "All Talk" i say we make the other UE locations jealous and have a bitchin' summer of UE in the PACNW!

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Re: Eastern Washington
<Reply # 12 on 2/23/2010 7:54 AM >
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Yeah the weather is definitely too nice not to go out. I've thought about that mill and its owned by general mills but as far as I know it is still in use. A couple weeks ago I did go down and check out the CGG grain elevator down by the cable bridge in Kennewick one night. It was pretty interesting and I'm planning on going back soon when it is a bit warmer at night.

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Re: Eastern Washington
<Reply # 13 on 2/24/2010 1:42 AM >
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Okay, I think I know the place you're talking about. Might be fun. I may have to look at it myself.

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Re: Eastern Washington
<Reply # 14 on 3/8/2010 4:15 AM >
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*soddenly stops lurking*

I live in kennewick aswell and its really slim pickings here, all the grain evaders are still in use. i have been to the mine head to, and i think you could repel in from the top,there is a nice big hole and spots to tie off ropes but besides that it would be hard to get in with out just riping off bored from the side of it and making a way in(i'm not really cool with doing that tho).

There is an old boat factory in north richland that was condemned for asbestos, i have been there a few times, never inside tho, they have it buttoned up tight, and never had the nerve to try picking the locks for more that a few seconds sence there is a rent a cop that drives around out there, the roof is a nice place to hangout if you are really bored tho.


I have found an old abandoned motel in the woods right before you enter into colombia park that i have been meaning to poke around in...but kennewick is kinda scary at night by yourself

If there is a meet i am in for just about anything, we really need to get something started on this side of the state, i have two more people that would be in to if something cool went down aswell.

lol your the one who choose to jack off to this old house with your tears as lube - Savannah
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Re: Eastern Washington
<Reply # 15 on 3/12/2010 8:31 PM >
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Okay we need to get this going, i think most of us can't really think of a good UE places to meet up at so lets start a little smaller, how about we meet at a restaurant, like applebees in richland, say next saturday night and do some planing and and work out some ideas.

lol your the one who choose to jack off to this old house with your tears as lube - Savannah
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Re: Eastern Washington
<Reply # 16 on 3/18/2010 7:18 PM >
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.....come on guys, anybody out there... would you rather meet at the missile base north of sprang?....SAY SOMETHING!

lol your the one who choose to jack off to this old house with your tears as lube - Savannah
ldm0089 


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Re: Eastern Washington
<Reply # 17 on 3/19/2010 6:35 AM >
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ha i've been busy with work lately so i haven't been on much. But yeah if anyone wants to meet in the tri cities just pm me and we'll figure something out. No applebees please haha. Maybe the uptown or something.


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Re: Eastern Washington
<Reply # 18 on 5/13/2010 7:32 PM >
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I went to Washington State University over the last year. They have a science hall that they are planning on demolishing on campus (troy hall). also they have extensive steam tunnels that me and a buddy had explored over the last semester. alot of the tunnel entrances are locked or in very conspicuous places, but if anyone would want the entrance points that i used i could give them up to anyone who wants them. also there are alot of abandoned grain elevators as well as an abandoned house a couple miles before heading into Colfax from the west.

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