Infiltration
THEORY
Ethics
Observations
 
PRACTICE
Abandoned Sites
Boats
Churches
Drains/Catacombs
Hotels/Hospitals
Transit Tunnels
Utility Tunnels
Various
 
RESOURCES
Exploration Timeline
Infilnews
Infilspeak Dictionary
Usufruct Blog
Worldwide Links
Infiltration Forums home | search | login | register

Reply
Page: < 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 > 
Infiltration Forums > Rookie Forum > How did you new folk find UER?(Viewed 46795 times)
Dead_Bird location:
Sonoma County
 
 |  | 
Re: How did you new folk find UER?
<Reply # 120 on 6/18/2015 12:33 AM >
Posted on Forum: UER ForumQuote
I've known about UER for years, but just haven't had the interest in joining.So far I'm pleased what this forum and DB has to offer.Quite an impressive community really.



Dead Bird
DJ Craig
Moderator
 
location:
Johnson City, TN
 
 |  |  | AIM Message | Facebook
Re: How did you new folk find UER?
<Reply # 121 on 6/18/2015 12:50 AM >
Posted on Forum: UER ForumQuote
Posted by Dead_Bird
I've known about UER for years, but just haven't had the interest in joining.So far I'm pleased what this forum and DB has to offer.Quite an impressive community really.


Yep, what we have here is indeed pretty spiffy! Welcome to UER!



"You have brains in your head. You have feet in your shoes. You can steer yourself any direction you choose. You're on your own. And you know what you know. And YOU are the one who'll decide where to go..." -Dr. Suess
Dead_Bird location:
Sonoma County
 
 |  | 
Re: How did you new folk find UER?
<Reply # 122 on 6/18/2015 5:44 PM >
Posted on Forum: UER ForumQuote
Posted by DJ Craig


Yep, what we have here is indeed pretty spiffy! Welcome to UER!


Thank You for the welcome.



Dead Bird
Kaysic location:
Las Vegas
 
 |  | 
Re: How did you new folk find UER?
<Reply # 123 on 6/21/2015 6:37 AM >
Posted on Forum: UER ForumQuote
Mine is probably one of the more innocent of any you'll find. There's a half-finished office complex near where I live (exploration in planning stage, it's tricky) that I was wondering about for a while - it was under construction when I left Colorado, it was still under construction when I came back two years ago, and it's still under construction now. I wanted to know what the deal was, so to Google I went:

"Abandoned office building construction + [address]."

Several dozen news articles and one very, very long wikiwalk later, I ended up finding a link to the (relatively few) UER database entries for Colorado. And here I am now.



If I put something witty here, maybe someone will love me.
Oakpunk location:
Boston, MA
 
 |  | 
Re: How did you new folk find UER?
<Reply # 124 on 7/3/2015 7:22 PM >
Posted on Forum: UER ForumQuote
I had just planned on going into my first exploration but I wanted as much information as possible. So I searched Urban Exploration into google and here I am.



Kirito location:
On a permanent photo shoot called life
 
 |  | 
Re: How did you new folk find UER?
<Reply # 125 on 7/16/2015 12:56 AM >
Posted on Forum: UER ForumQuote
Okay, long story short, I was bored in the local library with my laptop and began researching Camp 30 photos (looking for a picture of the Olympic sized pool.) This led me to Freaktography's website, this led me to jermalism's, which had me researching when I found photo's of my old house (we had rented it for a number of years during my teen years), and throughout I kept coming back to UER. Finally I took it as a sign to join, and here I am.



Link Start!
Brent_raymond location:
dallas
 
 |  | 
Re: How did you new folk find UER?
<Reply # 126 on 7/16/2015 4:30 AM >
Posted on Forum: UER ForumQuote
Used to love watching the ghost hunter shows but then realized i wasn't interested in ghost, i was just fascinated watching them explore abandoned buildings and such. haven't watched anything like that in a while and then stumbled upon some youtube videos of UE by the youtube "Exploringwithjosh" and was HOOKED. Quick google search and then i had to join! Glad i found it.



HI!
TwitchyPuppy location:
Québec
 
 |  | 
Re: How did you new folk find UER?
<Reply # 127 on 7/16/2015 1:02 PM >
Posted on Forum: UER ForumQuote
I found it through Google =)



~ Life is what you make it ~
sksam location:
SF Bay Area
 
 |  | 
Re: How did you new folk find UER?
<Reply # 128 on 9/6/2015 9:30 PM >
Posted on Forum: UER ForumQuote
Either a result from a google search filtering for abandoned areas or a link from reddit.com/r/urbanexploration



Peptic Ulcer location:
Katy, TX
 
 |  |  | Flickr
Re: How did you new folk find UER?
<Reply # 129 on 9/6/2015 9:36 PM >
Posted on Forum: UER ForumQuote
The beings from Seti Alpha 5 sent me a message directing me here. They wont shut up so I have to wear a hat made of aluminum foil to prevent their messages from entering my brain.



See More on Flickr!
https://www.flickr...tos/133983270@N06/
photochris   |  | 
Re: How did you new folk find UER?
<Reply # 130 on 9/12/2015 2:54 AM >
Posted on Forum: UER ForumQuote
Well I have always loved photography and loved abandoned places. So I decided one day to join the two and that's what brought me here. I am still fairly new to exploring have been doing it about 6 months now but just realized how big of an online community there is. So far I am loving everyone's pictures and getting to meet people that are like minded is awesome. I went to my first event last week and that will for sure not be my last. I look forward to meeting more people and finding new places.



Abandoned Apertures location:
Connecticut
 
 |  | 
Re: How did you new folk find UER?
<Reply # 131 on 9/28/2015 1:40 PM >
Posted on Forum: UER ForumQuote
Went exploring at belchertown state school and some fellow explorers mentioned it to me when i got home i looked it up and made this account



WhiskeyPapa   |  | 
Re: How did you new folk find UER?
<Reply # 132 on 9/28/2015 3:01 PM >
Posted on Forum: UER ForumQuote
I think I found it via google searches after a local site turned out to be dead. Hmm, the local site about abandonments was abandoned...they irony just hit me.



Arbiter343GS location:
Lawrenceville, Ga
 
 |  | 
Re: How did you new folk find UER?
<Reply # 133 on 10/9/2015 9:57 PM >
Posted on Forum: UER ForumQuote
I found out about this site like 5 years ago when I was doing a lot of research in finding GNAL in Dawsonville, because I was told by a friends girlfriend about it. Never got to go, still want to, if its even there.



"The Jambler"
Tarantula location:
Toronto
 
 |  | 
Re: How did you new folk find UER?
<Reply # 134 on 12/22/2015 7:42 AM >
Posted on Forum: UER ForumQuote
I was researching urban exploration in Toronto, and UER was one of the first sites I found.



Twigs of dead branches
Sing a mournful dirge, with a
Serenade of wind
Perce   |  | 
Re: How did you new folk find UER?
<Reply # 135 on 1/5/2016 11:58 AM >
Posted on Forum: UER ForumQuote
I googled urban exploration and your site was the first to pop up.



mobe   |  |  | 
Re: How did you new folk find UER?
<Reply # 136 on 1/5/2016 2:02 PM >
Posted on Forum: UER ForumQuote
I found it somehow when i did/do research for my canada trip later this year.



rachelmackayy location:
new york & georgia
 
 |  |  | flickr
Re: How did you new folk find UER?
<Reply # 137 on 1/15/2016 4:02 AM >
Posted on Forum: UER ForumQuote
bryan from the proper people on youtube sent me the link and told me to create an account to explore with people. they have a great urbex channel!



x rachel x
soap_is_dope location:
St. Louis/Boulder
 
 |  | 
Re: How did you new folk find UER?
<Reply # 138 on 1/15/2016 1:42 PM >
Posted on Forum: UER ForumQuote
I need more locations to fuel my drive for adventure! As I was trying to find more locations I came upon this website!



Popcorn Gang location:
Portugal
 
 |  | 
Re: How did you new folk find UER?
<Reply # 139 on 2/17/2016 8:49 AM >
Posted on Forum: UER ForumQuote
I'm reading "Access All Areas" and somehow ended up here. Glad I did.



Infiltration Forums > Rookie Forum > How did you new folk find UER?(Viewed 46795 times)
Page: < 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 > 
Reply

Add a poll to this thread



This thread is in a public category, and can't be made private.

Powered by AvBoard AvBoard version 1.5 alpha
Page Generated In: 78 ms