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<Reply # 1000 on 12/13/2017 10:24 AM >

This trailer wasnt too interesting on the inside, but the foggy morning made it excellent outside.




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<Reply # 1004 on 12/24/2017 11:56 PM >

Peering down the active bore of the Musconetcong Rail Tunnel in Bloomsbury, New Jersey. This very active freight train tunnel was constructed in 1928 to replace the original 1872 bore which now remains abandoned and flooded with water, located directly adjacent to the active tunnel. Kneeling down to capture the above photograph, a slow tremble began to permeate up through the ballast rock covering the ties, quickly vibrating up through my feet and legs. A light at the end of the tunnel appears to be growing closer and closer, approaching faster and faster. I move off to the far right side of the tunnel and push myself up against the smooth cement like a piece of cardboard smacked up against a fence during a windy day. The hum from the diesel engines gradually crescendos into a deafening roar emitting from the guts of three beastly locomotives coasting fast down the slick iron rails straight toward me. I duck my head and plug my ears with my fingers as the engines blast past like a dragon escaping from Hell. In tow, a seemingly endless tail of rail cars and tankers skip by at nauseating speeds, merely a blur to my eyes. Occasionally sparks flare up from under the wheel trucks illuminating the tunnel with flashes of orange. The near mile long line of rail cars screech and scream as they fly by one after another, after another, after another. Finally after minuets and minutes of listing to the crying cars whiz past within mere feet of my body, the last of the train cars darts past. A rush of air cool air immediately follows after, sucked in by the trains, nearly knocking me off my feet and onto the shiny iron rails. In the distance now, just a single red strobe light can be seen, flashing while growing more distant and distant and distant by the second. Tunnels are fun.




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post by tenstop   |  | 
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<Reply # 1005 on 12/25/2017 8:25 PM >

Empty lot behind an empty factory.




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post by Vacant NJ   |  | 
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Looking out from the comfort and safety of the woods, I can clearly see the outline of the otherwise unassuming, yet massive, warehouse structure appear from behind the last row of trees and shrubs obscuring me from obvious view. An active rail yard remains between me and the decaying warehouse, the distance spliced in half by a pair of shiny railroad tracks, the rails glistening like polished silver under the late afternoon Sunday sun. But all was quiet this weekend as the rail yard seemed to be closed, still I made it a point to close the distance between myself, the woods, and the shuttered building with a swift jog. The warehouse was lined with smashed out windows, and doors long since blasted open, so gaining entrance would be simple. Thus with one last look to the left and to the right, I shot out from the woods line on both feet, but merely temporarily as my left foot caught the first railroad track tripping me up as I slam face first into the ballast rock, tumbling and rolling over the outermost rail. "Great, a stealthy entrance perfectly executed", I chuckled to myself as I wiped the bloodied dirt and pebbles out from the fresh scratches and cuts all along my arms and legs. I hobbled quite obviously the rest of the distance to an open window and slumped my body through, entering into the abandoned warehouse wasteland, wondering what poisons could possibly enter my open wounds within here.




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post by Aran   |  | 
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<Reply # 1011 on 1/10/2018 2:48 AM >

Irony, in the remains of a burned out cold storage warehouse. It was so freshly burned that the air still smelled of smoke, and there was an an inch and a half of ice on the floor from where the firefighters put it out.



The window to the basement of an old barn, now completely collapsed. This window is the most intact part of the entire structure.










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<Reply # 1012 on 1/10/2018 10:07 PM >

It was slightly warmer today so I hit up my favorite spot. Went in hoping to get a sunset timelapse, left with frozen hands. Met some other urbexers in the process, though.














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Europe Dec 2017




























But a few as haven't had the time to do other places we visited but good trip


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