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UER Forum > Journal Index > Urban Exploration Fredericton > LBR (Viewed 778 times)
LBR
entry by urbx506 
5/2/2013 3:09 AM


Getting into the LBR was a lot simpler than we thought. All it took was a crow bar and a good twenty minutes and we were in.
Along the back side of the building is a series of three or four windows. We picked the one with a loose screen and literally just ripped it off. Opening the window was a little trickier. The boys crow bared at the sides while I stood guard. After a few minutes they were able to get the window open a little bit and started to push it open. The window wouldn't go open all the way but it did open enough for one of the guys to climb through. There is a good 5 foot drop but a lot of storage down in there and he was able to drop down on something. ( I think it was a desk?) After a few minutes of wondering around in there he found a door that lead to part of the resident building. My friend and I were literally able to walk in through the building (unseen of course) and walk right into where the pool was.

This was definitely a good spot to hit up as our first time being urban explorers! The inside of the pool was pretty sweet but is now used for storage. still so cool though.

I've been doing a lot of research and have heard that the basement of the LBR connects to the UNB tunnel system. Tried to check it out but we couldn't get into the resident part of the building let alone the basement. It's rumored that there are vents all over campus that lead directly down into the tunnels. We've actually found 2 so far that are unlocked and 1 that is in a pretty discreet location. We plan to go down soon.


There will be pictures of the LBR to come.


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