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post by Aran   |  | 
Denver Phone Factory
< on 12/12/2022 7:33 AM >

Over the summer Cryptocartography, GarretStopMotion, and I stumbled on this cell phone factory while wandering around Denver. Very little information is available on it, and the interior is completely stripped out.

Funny story, on our way in we encountered a woman on a moped who opened a fire hydrant just to refill her water bottle and recognized us as urban explorers. The way we figured, neither of us were supposed to be doing what we were doing, so we slipped through a hole in the fence as she continued to mess with the hydrant.





Cryptocartography in front of a massive HVAC vent.









GarretStopMotion under a hole in the roof.



Cryptocartography photographing GarretStopMotion.



The view from the second level overlooking the main factory floor.



View of the Denver skyline from the rooftop





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post by Wowee   |  | 
Re: Denver Phone Factory
<Reply # 1 on 12/12/2022 3:31 PM >

Wow! I did not realize that there were still relatively large locations in Denver. These are quite great pictures.


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post by Kabes   |  | 
Re: Denver Phone Factory
<Reply # 2 on 12/12/2022 4:53 PM >

That is massive. The HVAC picture was pretty sick


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post by GrizzledSurvivor   |  | 
Re: Denver Phone Factory
<Reply # 3 on 12/16/2022 11:43 PM >

Went in there back in June. Very cool place, but under construction on and off so be cautious


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post by GrizzledSurvivor   |  | 
Re: Denver Phone Factory
<Reply # 4 on 12/16/2022 11:54 PM >

Grizzled Survivor - Abandoned Telecom Building
https://youtu.be/dm9-l8TnAHY


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post by Retro_Chick   |  | 
Re: Denver Phone Factory
<Reply # 5 on 12/25/2022 5:07 AM >

Wow! Epic location and great photos!


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post by Floodway   |  | 
Re: Denver Phone Factory
<Reply # 6 on 2/23/2023 8:38 PM >

What a cool spot! I see a lot of really neat locations in Denver, seems like I need to take a few days and drive up there to have a look around. Sadly here in the springs, abandonments get alarmed or demolished almost instantly. Pretty hard to get into anything other than drains down here.
I especially love the HVAC photo; beautiful pics and again, really nice spot!


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post by Arch-Image   |  | 
Re: Denver Phone Factory
<Reply # 7 on 3/19/2023 11:14 PM >

very cool, don't see many that big any more!


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