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post by satmx   |  | 
Re: Edmonton, Alberta Canada UE Crew
<Reply # 420 on 9/19/2013 6:04 PM >

Pretty dead around here lately, anyone had a chance to explore anything recently?


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post by Sapper   |  | 
Re: Edmonton, Alberta Canada UE Crew
<Reply # 421 on 9/29/2013 8:14 AM >







Truck wouldn't start





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post by satmx   |  | 
Re: Edmonton, Alberta Canada UE Crew
<Reply # 422 on 9/30/2013 6:06 AM >

Looks good sapper! Always wanted to check that place out!


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post by Telephoneman   |  | 
Re: Edmonton, Alberta Canada UE Crew
<Reply # 423 on 10/25/2013 2:39 AM >

Sweet shots sapper! I love industrial sites, the boiler room of the Camsell had some wicked pressure gauges and all kinds of interesting instruments before it got plowed, but this place must have been valve heaven!


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post by FooFighter   |  | 
Re: Edmonton, Alberta Canada UE Crew
<Reply # 424 on 10/26/2013 6:39 AM >

Hey guys. I signed up for this site a while back but totally forgot about it until now.

I'm looking into shooting the Edmonton skyline from one of the condo buildings located on Saskatchewan drive and around the 104 st area. Does anyone have any experience getting rooftop access to one of these condo buildings? Or maybe you know someone who lives higher up with a north facing balcony?

Any help would be greatly appreciated, Thanks!


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post by Steed   |  | 
Re: Edmonton, Alberta Canada UE Crew
<Reply # 425 on 10/26/2013 7:59 AM >

Posted by FooFighter
Hey guys. I signed up for this site a while back but totally forgot about it until now.

I'm looking into shooting the Edmonton skyline from one of the condo buildings located on Saskatchewan drive and around the 104 st area. Does anyone have any experience getting rooftop access to one of these condo buildings? Or maybe you know someone who lives higher up with a north facing balcony?

Any help would be greatly appreciated, Thanks!


I got permission to visit the roof of Strathcona House once, when I lived in the building and had made myself known to the managers. I doubt access would be possible without their permission though.


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post by thegerm   |  | 
Re: Edmonton, Alberta Canada UE Crew
<Reply # 426 on 10/26/2013 5:23 PM >

Posted by FooFighter
Hey guys. I signed up for this site a while back but totally forgot about it until now.

I'm looking into shooting the Edmonton skyline from one of the condo buildings located on Saskatchewan drive and around the 104 st area. Does anyone have any experience getting rooftop access to one of these condo buildings? Or maybe you know someone who lives higher up with a north facing balcony?

Any help would be greatly appreciated, Thanks!


I did get onto The Waters Edge(102st) when it had scaffolding to climb up. It was quite fun sneaking past all the people watching tv and reading books.

http://www.flickr....72157630201759048/


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post by FooFighter   |  | 
Re: Edmonton, Alberta Canada UE Crew
<Reply # 427 on 10/28/2013 6:11 AM >

Posted by Steed


I got permission to visit the roof of Strathcona House once, when I lived in the building and had made myself known to the managers. I doubt access would be possible without their permission though.


On mobile right now, but what street is Strathcona House on? Do you still have connections with that manager?


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post by FooFighter   |  | 
Re: Edmonton, Alberta Canada UE Crew
<Reply # 428 on 10/28/2013 6:13 AM >

Posted by thegerm


I did get onto The Waters Edge(102st) when it had scaffolding to climb up. It was quite fun sneaking past all the people watching tv and reading books.

http://www.flickr....72157630201759048/


Actually posted a reply on your Flickr haha


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post by thegerm   |  | 
Re: Edmonton, Alberta Canada UE Crew
<Reply # 429 on 10/28/2013 3:37 PM >

Posted by FooFighter


Actually posted a reply on your Flickr haha


I do have a bit more, I also kept forgetting to post my pictures of the crane on Jasper ave. I added the crane and other pictures on my Flickr.


IMG_3102 by the germ, on Flickr


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post by Steed   |  | 
Re: Edmonton, Alberta Canada UE Crew
<Reply # 430 on 10/29/2013 8:10 PM >

Posted by FooFighter


On mobile right now, but what street is Strathcona House on? Do you still have connections with that manager?


Not for ten years. It was the highrise that's the first you see after crossing the Highlevel. It's on Saskatchewan Drive built over the old trolley tunnel. It's an old grey '60s building with loops along the top.


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post by Sapper   |  | 
Re: Edmonton, Alberta Canada UE Crew
<Reply # 431 on 1/12/2014 5:17 AM >

Due to the no-light conditions, I ended up half-assed light painting with a dinky headlamp.












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post by R426   |  | 
Re: Edmonton, Alberta Canada UE Crew
<Reply # 432 on 2/26/2014 7:19 PM >

Oh I miss you guys


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post by chronular   |  | 
Re: Edmonton, Alberta Canada UE Crew
<Reply # 433 on 3/15/2014 5:57 PM >

Has anyone ever been to the abandoned water treatment plant next to the Walterdale Bridge construction area? I went by there yesterday and although I didn't go in it looked quite interesting. According to some city docs it's been closed since 1981.


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post by thegerm   |  | 
Re: Edmonton, Alberta Canada UE Crew
<Reply # 434 on 3/15/2014 6:43 PM >

Posted by chronular
Has anyone ever been to the abandoned water treatment plant next to the Walterdale Bridge construction area? I went by there yesterday and although I didn't go in it looked quite interesting. According to some city docs it's been closed since 1981.


Security regularly patrols and there are few cameras too. The inside of the Rossdale treatment plant is also completely gutted and sealed up. Only ways in and out of the property are climbing the 15 foot fence. So you better be nimble to get away if caught. The place always has been heated out by taggers.



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post by satmx   |  | 
Re: Edmonton, Alberta Canada UE Crew
<Reply # 435 on 3/19/2014 5:47 AM >

Is anybody in town still interested in draining? I'd really like to give it a shot this year (obviously a little later in the year, once the snows been gone for a while). Has anybody been able to dig up some drainage maps for the city? I've spent a few hours on google but couldn't find anything.


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post by thegerm   |  | 
Re: Edmonton, Alberta Canada UE Crew
<Reply # 436 on 3/24/2014 5:30 AM >


IMG_5164 by the germ, on Flickr


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post by Juggz419   |  | 
Re: Edmonton, Alberta Canada UE Crew
<Reply # 437 on 3/24/2014 8:44 PM >

I've been in the rossdale pump house that's next to the bridge. And have also scouted the entire perimeter of the main building.

I wouldn't drain right now. Too sketchy


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post by chronular   |  | 
Re: Edmonton, Alberta Canada UE Crew
<Reply # 438 on 4/14/2014 3:14 AM >

Posted by satmx
Is anybody in town still interested in draining? I'd really like to give it a shot this year (obviously a little later in the year, once the snows been gone for a while). Has anybody been able to dig up some drainage maps for the city? I've spent a few hours on google but couldn't find anything.


I have a copy of a city drain map (not of the whole city, but most of it), as well as a personal map with the numbers for lots of outfalls. I can't speak for the friends of mine I usually drain with, but there's a number of places I'd like to explore further once the weather is nicer, and you are free to join me if you want.


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post by satmx   |  | 
Re: Edmonton, Alberta Canada UE Crew
<Reply # 439 on 4/14/2014 6:38 PM >

Posted by chronular


I have a copy of a city drain map (not of the whole city, but most of it), as well as a personal map with the numbers for lots of outfalls. I can't speak for the friends of mine I usually drain with, but there's a number of places I'd like to explore further once the weather is nicer, and you are free to join me if you want.


I may have the same set of maps, sent to me by another member, and theres a lot I would like to check out as well. If you send me a pm id be happy to join you some time


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