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post by niteratzclub   |  | 
Re: Winnipeg UE Part 2
<Reply # 1080 on 5/21/2017 8:09 PM >












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post by 1ajs   |  | 
Re: Winnipeg UE Part 2
<Reply # 1081 on 5/22/2017 1:04 PM >

Posted by niteratzclub
I know that wash basin in your second picture, without a doubt, Tyralus. Really cool.


some place not on my radar im guesing looks famil but i dont think its inside the city is it?


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post by niteratzclub   |  | 
Re: Winnipeg UE Part 2
<Reply # 1082 on 5/22/2017 3:55 PM >

Outside the city, if it's the place I'm thinking of.


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post by Tyralus   |  | 
Re: Winnipeg UE Part 2
<Reply # 1083 on 5/25/2017 1:21 PM >

It's a couple of hours outside the city, in the province though.


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post by niteratzclub   |  | 
Re: Winnipeg UE Part 2
<Reply # 1084 on 5/25/2017 8:16 PM >

It's a great place too. Lots of history, that's for sure. Can never forget though.


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post by 1ajs   |  | 
Re: Winnipeg UE Part 2
<Reply # 1085 on 5/26/2017 2:40 AM >

no clue has me curious now

anyhow was just up in lynn lake damn broke my heart to see how much its declined :'(





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post by Dolphin   |  | 
Re: Winnipeg UE Part 2
<Reply # 1086 on 6/22/2017 5:40 AM >

Coming through Winnipeg in a few weeks anything easily accessible for someone staying downtown (no car)?

Will look through this thread later.

Cheers.


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post by R426   |  | 
Re: Winnipeg UE Part 2
<Reply # 1087 on 7/1/2017 9:39 PM >

HAPPY 150TH CANADA DAY!!!




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post by niteratzclub   |  | 
Re: Winnipeg UE Part 2
<Reply # 1088 on 7/3/2017 2:29 AM >

Canada day was a gooder. Forks fireworks were pretty decent! Happy (day late) Canada Day!


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post by Transcona   |  | 
Re: Winnipeg UE Part 2
<Reply # 1089 on 7/16/2017 8:30 AM >

Hey,
I know that water basin as well.

Also went to Lynn Lake for my first time last spring and it was not a nice place. Good to hear it has not always been that way and hopefully they turn it around.

I wanted to share some recent photos from the tunnels of Elma, MB. It is not abandoned, although nobody has lived there in decades. A friend recently purchased it with the adjacent properties and they have a farmers market every friday now. In any case, here are three photos:
1. looking at the entrance to the tunnels,
2. looking west to where the tunnels branch to the north as well as the south after 6 metres.
3. Looking east to where the tunnels turn north after 10 metres, and
I can go on and on about this place so I will just leave it at that. Thanks.


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post by niteratzclub   |  | 
Re: Winnipeg UE Part 2
<Reply # 1090 on 7/26/2017 10:32 PM >

Super creepy, and a sick find Transcona! How wide were the tunnels?


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post by Transcona   |  | 
Re: Winnipeg UE Part 2
<Reply # 1091 on 8/7/2017 5:34 AM >

Tunnels are 1 metre wide by 1 metre tall from what can be seen in the photos.. Maybe a bit taller once the debris is removed, and you can see the tunnel opening up to the west.

Since posting the photos I borrowed a total station and surveyed a good portion of the property, and even made my way into the tunnels with some survey equipment. There are now 35 metres of confirmed tunnel and I would conservatively say at least another 80 metres of 'known but largely undiscovered' tunnel. Some sort of ground penetrating radar equipment will likely be needed to safely find all of the tunnels (and if you know how we can do that for $0 let me know please).

The mystery and the history is unreal. Many claimed Al Capone was there, but it is always: "I know so-and-so and they met him plenty of times at the pool hall in Elma"…. I am currently waiting on a first witness account from an interview to be done with a 95 year old woman who says she met Al Capone there several times over the years, so we will see, but I'm still not a believer in him ever being there yet.

There is historical designation on the properties, and if anyone is interested in a tour I would do that, but keep in mind it is a 45minute drive from PTH 15 (Dugald Road) and the perimeter. Here is a link to a recent article if anyone is interested…
http://www.whitemo...gs-to-come-in-elma

Cheers

O ya, there are tin cans hammered into the concrete all over the place inside the building. Like old soup cans that were cut and rolled out flat (see photo)
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post by niteratzclub   |  | 
Re: Winnipeg UE Part 2
<Reply # 1092 on 9/28/2017 10:45 PM >

Hate to be that guy to bring up the inevitable, but how was everyone's summer? Anyone get up to anything crazy? Any amazing finds?


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post by 1ajs   |  | 
Re: Winnipeg UE Part 2
<Reply # 1093 on 10/5/2017 4:41 AM >

interesting i just bought a place i explored this summer


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post by niteratzclub   |  | 
Re: Winnipeg UE Part 2
<Reply # 1094 on 10/8/2017 2:35 AM >

That's pretty sweet, land?


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post by 1ajs   |  | 
Re: Winnipeg UE Part 2
<Reply # 1095 on 10/9/2017 3:17 AM >

house in the north not in bad shape guna be sweet



hah who remembers these?






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post by asek137   |  | 
Re: Winnipeg UE Part 2
<Reply # 1096 on 11/8/2017 7:36 AM >

Hey!
Been exploring for years but never got around to posting anything on here. Over the past year I've gotten into the closed off portions of the misericordia, That old plant at the end of Higgins along with other spots.
I'd love to share some photos, however I'm having issues uploading off my phone (the image uploaded says the files are too large)

Any info on getting pics up?

Thanks
W


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post by 1ajs   |  | 
Re: Winnipeg UE Part 2
<Reply # 1097 on 11/13/2017 5:50 AM >

imageshack.us is a good image hosting site



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still setting in i bought some abanonded buildings


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post by R426   |  | 
Re: Winnipeg UE Part 2
<Reply # 1098 on 11/17/2017 4:16 AM >

It has begun. Tuxedo will look differently soon for us UERs...


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post by niteratzclub   |  | 
Re: Winnipeg UE Part 2
<Reply # 1099 on 11/18/2017 11:32 PM >

How so, R426?


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