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UER Forum > Archived US: South > A day visiting a South Louisiana Port. (Viewed 374 times)
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A day visiting a South Louisiana Port.
< on 7/21/2008 3:08 PM >
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This was one of our first explorations, but due to pure laziness I never got around to posting these photos. There was no real massive structures but it was real cool to be able to show and observe different aspects of Louisiana industry. Hope ya enjoy, Peace!

Some boats they had on land probably to clean the barnacles off.

I have no clue what this place was but it had what looks like the remains of some sort of conveyor system?

Come on lets hop in!

The inside

Let there be light


This was the room that looked like there use to be a system here to move things across the complex


Sam Fisher!

I would not want to get caught up in this device.


the inside of this lifeboat we found out there. Sorry for no pics of the outside but being the dum-dums that we are we forgot to snap the outside. For pics of what it looked like check out http://lh5.ggpht.c...338.JPG?imgmax=400


Go ahead I'll turn the other way!

There is a actual engine in this life boat. Thats pretty cool.


We also found this old trailer that was once used as a office

My buddy found his mothers lost bra, what a coincidence.


A crazy desk with letters all over it.

We also found this sugar cane house that was used as a little storage shed for a cane field.

This place was extremely old and destroyed by fire


I finally found that bike I lost 20 years ago.



Im going to step out on a limb here but I'm willing to bet this could possibly be the reason why this place burnt down.

This building was being used as hay storage.

Are you smirking at me?


I don't know what it is but this toilet seems to be following us?


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Re: A day visiting a South Louisiana Port.
<Reply # 1 on 7/21/2008 3:52 PM >
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Posted by jxl6654
Im going to step out on a limb here but I'm willing to bet this could possibly be the reason why this place burnt down.


Why? What is it? (I'm sure I'll go "oh, duh!" when you tell me)

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Re: A day visiting a South Louisiana Port.
<Reply # 2 on 7/21/2008 10:15 PM >
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Very nice! The 'Sam Fisher' picture looks like you're painted onto the side of that building... very cool.



Yea, lots of toilets! The life boat is pretty cool too.

Thanks for sharing

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Re: A day visiting a South Louisiana Port.
<Reply # 3 on 7/23/2008 3:35 AM >
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Nice job.

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Re: A day visiting a South Louisiana Port.
<Reply # 4 on 7/24/2008 10:06 PM >
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Nice find, and great shots. Those toilets seem to follow us all around..

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