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post by Urbex NC   |  | 
Abandoned Factory near SC Border
< on 11/10/2021 6:15 PM >

This is a huge abandoned Finishing Plant and Textile Mill in South Carolina. It is HUGE! Literally took me about 3 and a half hours to explore, (and I wasn't even taking my time). There is so much interesting stuff left behind, and it is my favorite abandoned factory I've ever explored. There is also a water treatment plant across the street from it that I can share photos of.
6D353B74-B178-4EBA-B981-D771320025C8 by Urbex North Carolina, on Flickr
Large, Barren parking lots, with massive truck doors and security booths.

E48A7566-4C47-4C64-AF73-E526BB293098 by Urbex North Carolina, on Flickr
An old eye wash station, must've been where they dyed the yarn

FB3FF7DB-CDA7-41D4-BCA7-A59BF207C520 by Urbex North Carolina, on Flickr
Office room, filled with old paperwork and files.


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post by Cfourexplore   |  | 
Re: Abandoned Factory near SC Border
<Reply # 1 on 11/11/2021 2:07 AM >

Ahh, this place...great fun, lots to see. I think I'd been there 2-3 hours on my first visit, too.
There's another equally big industrial complex not terribly far from this one; you could burn away a day there, too. Thanks for sharing, gotta love an industrial ghost town!


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post by Urbex NC   |  | 
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<Reply # 2 on 11/11/2021 3:42 AM >

Posted by Cfourexplore
Ahh, this place...great fun, lots to see. I think I'd been there 2-3 hours on my first visit, too.
There's another equally big industrial complex not terribly far from this one; you could burn away a day there, too. Thanks for sharing, gotta love an industrial ghost town!


You think you could private message me the name? I probably have that location, thanks for the support!


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post by Benched_it   |  | 
Re: Abandoned Factory near SC Border
<Reply # 3 on 1/4/2022 1:50 AM >

I hit that place many years ago and ran out of daylight. I said I would return the next week and finish it. Next week still hasn't gotten here....


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