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post by doggiewoggiez   |  | 
Anywhere in San Antonio?
< on 2/22/2021 11:46 PM >

Hey, I moved down to SA from Chicago about a year ago and haven't gotten a chance to do any urbex since then... I don't know anyone out here who does any, and I don't know any good places. Almost feels like there aren't any. Anybody know anywhere good? Anything I should know that'd be different from what I'm used to in Chicago?

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post by Trout na bout   |  | 
Re: Anywhere in San Antonio?
<Reply # 1 on 4/20/2021 2:15 PM >

San antonio has some great spots. Just keep your eyes open. Not to spill the beans on any locations. There is a fairly publicly known brewery thats closed down people like to frequent

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post by Mr.Santos   |  | 
Re: Anywhere in San Antonio?
<Reply # 2 on 10/14/2022 8:35 AM >

If you're into drains or creek bed infrastructure, there's plenty of dams and tunnels if you look around.

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post by /-/ooligan   |  | 
Re: Anywhere in San Antonio?
<Reply # 3 on 10/17/2022 10:37 PM >

Anyone willing to poke-around at San Antonio International Airport & investigate a building?

Probably a recently vacated federal or military operation with a hangar though it may still be in-use. It's not a super-secret squirrel site because the antennas on it's roof give-away the fact that it is/was US Gov't.

I'm just trying to figure out who the user was/is.

If anyone's game to investigate, please PM me.


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post by Gauge-   |  | 
Re: Anywhere in San Antonio?
<Reply # 4 on 5/2/2023 3:19 AM >

There are tons of spots in San Antonio. With a couple of hours spent researching in the right places, you can find quite a few well-known spots around San Antonio to start exploring around here.

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