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post by thelastunicorn   |  | 
Windsor Textile Factory
< on 1/3/2016 4:10 PM >

A group of us checked this place out about five years ago and never got around to posting photos! I went back again a little over a year ago with my s/o but the entrance I'd previously used was sealed and we couldn't find another way in. I know it was put back on the market this past summer, has anyone heard anything more recent about what's happening with the place?

2011: http://imgur.com/a/Yfzy7

2014: http://imgur.com/a/KI4Ww


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post by nootz   |  | 
Re: Windsor Textile Factory
<Reply # 1 on 1/5/2016 9:12 PM >

It's got a constant watchful eye on it. Another member and myself had the cops called on us while inside taking pictures. We ended up getting a trespassing fine.
Best to stay away from Windsor Textiles now.


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post by thelastunicorn   |  | 
Re: Windsor Textile Factory
<Reply # 2 on 1/5/2016 9:59 PM >

Good to know, thanks!


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post by Raptor90   |  | 
Re: Windsor Textile Factory
<Reply # 3 on 1/15/2016 9:59 PM >

I was once parked on the side of the road besides that park near it one night geocaching when a guy was parked in front of my car in a truck and was waiting for me to come back to my vehicle, he asked if I was fishing or something, when I said no, he asked if I was one of the ones who broke into the building (Didn't know what he meant at first) until he said the textile building.

I reply with "uhhh no" (with a type of mind your own business tone in my voice) and then said to have a good night and drove off. It was kind of late but it looked like a black pickup truck. This was late summer 2014.



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post by nootz   |  | 
Re: Windsor Textile Factory
<Reply # 4 on 1/15/2016 10:14 PM >

Posted by Raptor90
I was once parked on the side of the road besides that park near it one night geocaching when a guy was parked in front of my car in a truck and was waiting for me to come back to my vehicle, he asked if I was fishing or something, when I said no, he asked if I was one of the ones who broke into the building (Didn't know what he meant at first) until he said the textile building.

I reply with "uhhh no" (with a type of mind your own business tone in my voice) and then said to have a good night and drove off. It was kind of late but it looked like a black pickup truck. This was late summer 2014.




If it's the truck I'm thinking of, it's a 2002-08 burgundy Dodge Ram 1500. The guy lives next door and keeps a constant eye on the place.


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post by thelastunicorn   |  | 
Re: Windsor Textile Factory
<Reply # 5 on 1/16/2016 11:53 PM >

Posted by nootz


If it's the truck I'm thinking of, it's a 2002-08 burgundy Dodge Ram 1500. The guy lives next door and keeps a constant eye on the place.


We must have gotten lucky when we were there. No sign of people, just a friendly dog!


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post by jsavoie   |  | 
Re: Windsor Textile Factory
<Reply # 6 on 1/19/2016 2:26 AM >

Wow great location!! Neighborhood sucks sometimes when we only want to take few pictures


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post by Whyshy    |  | 
Re: Windsor Textile Factory
<Reply # 7 on 9/4/2019 1:51 PM >

Posted by thelastunicorn
A group of us checked this place out about five years ago and never got around to posting photos! I went back again a little over a year ago with my s/o but the entrance I'd previously used was sealed and we couldn't find another way in. I know it was put back on the market this past summer, has anyone heard anything more recent about what's happening with the place?

2011: http://imgur.com/a/Yfzy7

2014: http://imgur.com/a/KI4Ww


man wish I was there in 2011 looks WAY better than it does now


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