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Infiltration Forums > Rookie Forum > How did you new folk find UER?(Viewed 46438 times)
Ricky_from_TV location:
Peterborough, Ontario
 
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Re: How did you new folk find UER?
<Reply # 60 on 3/8/2014 12:56 AM >
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Posted by Dalmaticus


Save Therrin!!!!


Yes.



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PorkyMcCaw location:
Western PA
 
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Re: How did you new folk find UER?
<Reply # 61 on 3/8/2014 3:40 AM >
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Posted by NotBatman
I think your Sarcasm Detector is malfunctioning. You might want to have someone look at that for you...


Guess it doesn't kick in until 10 AM. Really not a morning person haha



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Re: How did you new folk find UER?
<Reply # 62 on 3/8/2014 5:35 AM >
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Google local area abandon places this one is the best i have fond.



Dougo
Wrong account -- Look for other Doug
 
location:
Victoria, Australia
 
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Re: How did you new folk find UER?
<Reply # 63 on 3/19/2014 9:03 AM >
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Posted by sciatica


I swear I read somewhere that in the 80s Cave Clan members would leave behind cassettes in plastic bags with recordings on them deep in drains and out of the way places of abandonments to reach out to other explorers.
I think that's pretty cool but with the internet you really don't need to do things like that.


That's true, we did... well I did.
It was like casting fishing lines trying to get a bite. The standard of explorers that we came across through the message bags was higher than the standard that would send a "I want locations" email.

We got some great bites

In regards to them not being needed thanks to the net, I think most explorers would think finding a bag from a fellow explorer pretty cool... well better than nothing.

Leaving tracts under Paris is quite popular.


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Dagroid location:
Fort Collins, CO
 
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Re: How did you new folk find UER?
<Reply # 64 on 3/19/2014 4:22 PM >
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Found a blog detailing someone's exploration of a silo, and a subsequent search of "urban exploration colorado" led me to the UER. It was a pretty nice find



Elwood_Blues location:
Phoenix Az
 
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Re: How did you new folk find UER?
<Reply # 65 on 3/27/2014 1:14 AM >
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Greetings all..

I'm a photographer. While I was searching for 'abandoned buildings arizona' on Google for locations to shoot.. I came across your site.

Speaking of which.. I guess I should go over to the noob forum & introduce myself..



master private location:
Saskatchewan
 
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Re: How did you new folk find UER?
<Reply # 66 on 3/30/2014 5:49 AM >
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researching a known abandoned base near bye where I was working . found public post and used the photos to cement my trip . WELL WORTH IT!!!



SonnyNight21   |  | 
Re: How did you new folk find UER?
<Reply # 67 on 3/30/2014 6:28 PM >
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I just got into light painting and I wanted to find some abandoned spots in Atlanta so I googled the subject which led me to Creative Loafing which spoke about UER. Looking forward to the No Exit next weekend even if I have to shot hooky from work to make it.



satmx location:
Sherwood Park, AB
 
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Re: How did you new folk find UER?
<Reply # 68 on 4/3/2014 6:01 PM >
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Not exactly new here, but found the site through google as well. Searching most UE related topics seems bring up this site in the first few pages of the results



sciatica location:
Minneapolis' Northern Xurbs
 
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Re: How did you new folk find UER?
<Reply # 69 on 4/3/2014 6:18 PM >
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Posted by Dougo


That's true, we did... well I did.
It was like casting fishing lines trying to get a bite. The standard of explorers that we came across through the message bags was higher than the standard that would send a "I want locations" email.

We got some great bites

In regards to them not being needed thanks to the net, I think most explorers would think finding a bag from a fellow explorer pretty cool... well better than nothing.

Leaving tracts under Paris is quite popular.


I actually think this is REALLY cool! How does this work though? You could leave some contact info on the tape but if its found by a utility worker and turned in to the authorities, that's not good...



Dougo
Wrong account -- Look for other Doug
 
location:
Victoria, Australia
 
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Re: How did you new folk find UER?
<Reply # 70 on 4/3/2014 7:51 PM >
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Posted by sciatica


I actually think this is REALLY cool! How does this work though? You could leave some contact info on the tape but if its found by a utility worker and turned in to the authorities, that's not good...


They were different times in the 80s & 90s.

I also put them up far enough that people graffitying at the outlet or kids bonging on wouldn't find them but still in the main tunnel so it was more likely that an explorer would find them.

I only ever put them in drains and mines, not service, telecommunication, cable tunnels & the like.

Cheers



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TunnelRunner33 location:
Seattle
 
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Re: How did you new folk find UER?
<Reply # 71 on 4/10/2014 4:26 PM >
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I was bored at work one day, surfing the web, when I found an article that linked to the site Atlas Obscura. The article was about the network of tunnels under Los Angeles. Since I live in Seattle, this made me think about our own Underground. Doing a few Google searches on the Seattle Underground led me to a message board where someone posted a link to the UER Pacific Northwest message board. I have been hooked ever since.

I only regret that I didn't get interested in this stuff until a few years ago. It sounds like my original home state of Michigan is a virtual treasure trove of abandoned and obscure urban locations. Oh well, Seattle isn't too shabby either!



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beautiful_insanity location:
Hamilton,on
 
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Re: How did you new folk find UER?
<Reply # 72 on 7/2/2014 2:54 PM >
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I actually had no idea that urban exploration was a hobby. I had explored a few times myself then I came across an article online in which someone talked about their experiences. I decided to google it to find out more and came across this site.



mookster location:
Oxford, UK
 
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Re: How did you new folk find UER?
<Reply # 73 on 7/2/2014 5:22 PM >
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I knew of it for ages but never joined up until recently for some weird reason...I try and keep myself to only a few forums and a gap recently opened up so thought why not!



Light__ location:
Where ever I am is where I'm at.
 
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Re: How did you new folk find UER?
<Reply # 74 on 7/5/2014 2:40 AM >
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I was told about this site by someone I recently met. They were out exploring, I was doing volunteer work at the same place. I'm glad he told me about it!!



Damn the man, save the empire!
skrimace location:
Denver
 
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Re: How did you new folk find UER?
<Reply # 75 on 7/24/2014 11:27 AM >
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Interests collided while geeking out on talks raked from YT. I learned about this site from a very quick mention in an almost off-topic (but not really) talk that took place at a convention in Las Vegas.



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Re: How did you new folk find UER?
<Reply # 76 on 7/31/2014 2:23 AM >
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I saw a yahoo article about detroit ruins and started to search for places like that near me and I found this site and fell in love with urban exploring.
I saw a quote on a post when I first joined and I cant remember exactly how it went but it said something to the effect of "the best part about it is finding such beauty in a place where no beauty should be found."



spya location:
Australia
 
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Re: How did you new folk find UER?
<Reply # 77 on 8/1/2014 5:38 AM >
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Just looking for new places to explore, then I made my way around random dead urbex fourms and finally found this baby!



jb7821 location:
North of Boston,Ma.
 
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Re: How did you new folk find UER?
<Reply # 78 on 8/3/2014 2:34 PM >
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I liked going to a local ghost town and random buildings and decrepit homes and wander around for hours and decided to see if I could find other places and on my search came across this site and haven't looked back just wanting to go to more places



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Re: How did you new folk find UER?
<Reply # 79 on 8/3/2014 6:56 PM >
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I'm really into electronic music and as I was learning about Toronto's electronic music scene in the 90's I stumbled upon a infiltration post from a guy who experienced underground raves in factories and talked about various locations where raves were held. I did some snooping around that site and ended up finding this site.



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