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UER Forum > US: Pacific Southwest > Hot Works Factory [Sadly now demolished] (Viewed 320 times)
Ruins-the-Moment 


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Hot Works Factory [Sadly now demolished]
< on 4/27/2021 5:48 PM >
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Another place somewhat near me, sadly just recently got completely demolished. Was bringing over a coworker-friend to go show them it this last Friday and it's just rubble now.

And never got to go into the whole building - saw it when exploring somewhere else, decided to come back another time, and well, another time and about 80% of the place was gone - so if anything - a lesson to go for it when you can.













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Re: Hot Works Factory [Sadly now demolished]
< Reply # 1 on 4/27/2021 6:51 PM >
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Dang, you really caught this place on the tail end of its life.

BTW this place was USG, the former gypsum factory.




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< Reply # 2 on 4/27/2021 8:16 PM >
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Yeah, I just am sad I didn't go when I first saw it, because there was a bit more standing - like the bridge to the chute building was up.

When I'm not lazy I'll get the shot I took when I was like, nah it's getting dark and I should head home.

u__u forever regret




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Re: Hot Works Factory [Sadly now demolished]
< Reply # 3 on 4/28/2021 6:14 PM >
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Damn... this was one of the last cool industrial spots of the south bay. I knew it was a matter of time, but damn. Admittedly it was starting to get very trashed & vandalized, but I still wish I made one more trip. Funnily enough, next week I am moving to an apartment a couple miles away from here.




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< Reply # 4 on 4/29/2021 7:02 AM >
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Damn... this was one of the last cool industrial spots of the south bay. I knew it was a matter of time, but damn. Admittedly it was starting to get very trashed & vandalized, but I still wish I made one more trip. Funnily enough, next week I am moving to an apartment a couple miles away from here.


It's pretty local to me as well. I wish I just had gone in sooner, but yeah, lots of tagging - I enjoy actual art and such, not just writing your name or whatever - always thought that was silly.





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I like the shots of the tower!




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