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post by Jeremys556   |  | 
An abandoned winery
< on 11/6/2023 5:00 AM >

Explored an abandoned winery this weekend, was pretty neat so here are some photos. If you recognize this place and plan on exploring it, be careful. Some floors are very unstable, especially in the main big building. We also had to take quite a weird route -- we tried to go the obvious way in only to see a car parked there with a guy that told us we couldn't go past the gate. There is also a red brick "mansion" kind of place next to all the abandoned buildings, but I think someone still takes care of it because there was a blue car parked outside of it with a woman inside for a couple hours... not sure why though. Overall neat spot though. I loved the look of the overgrown leaves on everything.

Overgrown leaves


A streak of sunlight


The "cabin"


Apocalypse house


[last edit 11/6/2023 5:11 AM by Jeremys556 - edited 1 times]

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post by Factor VIII   |  | 
Re: An abandoned winery
<Reply # 1 on 11/8/2023 8:20 AM >

very cool, looks like near Moreno valley if I had to guess.


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post by Jeremys556   |  | 
Re: An abandoned winery
<Reply # 2 on 11/8/2023 6:34 PM >

Posted by Factor VIII
very cool, looks like near Moreno valley if I had to guess.


40 min drive from MoVal! Close


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post by ghosthunter1234   |  | 
Re: An abandoned winery
<Reply # 3 on 11/8/2023 10:59 PM >

that looks like a sick spot


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post by leafloving4x4gal   |  | 
Re: An abandoned winery
<Reply # 4 on 11/9/2023 5:50 PM >

I really like the look of those leaves/vines all over too !!

Thanks for sharing


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post by Ruins-the-Moment   |  | 
Re: An abandoned winery
<Reply # 5 on 11/28/2023 8:57 AM >

Posted by leafloving4x4gal
I really like the look of those leaves/vines all over too !!

Thanks for sharing


Saaaame
I love when vegetation just takes over a building <3


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post by Ruins-the-Moment   |  | 
Re: An abandoned winery
<Reply # 6 on 11/28/2023 8:57 AM >

ack double post

[last edit 11/28/2023 8:57 AM by Ruins-the-Moment - edited 1 times]

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