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UER Forum > Archived US: South > Abandoned warehouse in Irving, TX (Viewed 334 times)
steevithak 


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Abandoned warehouse in Irving, TX
< on 10/3/2011 12:13 AM >
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Looks like the database doesn't have anything from Irving, TX yet other than one demolished building, so I thought I'd post some info on an easy one. There's an abandoned warehouse off Northwest Highway in Irving. It's visible from the road, there's easy parking, and no fence or anything, you can walk right up and explore. I don't think I can add this to the database myself since I'm a new member but maybe someone else can. There are more photos of it in my flickr stream and they all have geolocation data so you can get the exact location with sat views and everything.

http://www.flickr....7767880438/detail/


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Re: Abandoned warehouse in Irving, TX
<Reply # 1 on 10/3/2011 5:48 PM >
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Posted by steevithak
Looks like the database doesn't have anything from Irving, TX yet other than one demolished building, so I thought I'd post some info on an easy one. There's an abandoned warehouse off Northwest Highway in Irving. It's visible from the road, there's easy parking, and no fence or anything, you can walk right up and explore. I don't think I can add this to the database myself since I'm a new member but maybe someone else can. There are more photos of it in my flickr stream and they all have geolocation data so you can get the exact location with sat views and everything.

http://www.flickr....7767880438/detail/


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check your map its actually in Dallas not Irving http://www.uer.ca/...ow.asp?locid=23246

its appearance has changed greatly since then
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Re: Abandoned warehouse in Irving, TX
<Reply # 2 on 10/4/2011 12:50 AM >
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You're right. Looks like it's about 1500 feet past the Irving city limit. Thanks!

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Re: Abandoned warehouse in Irving, TX
<Reply # 3 on 10/4/2011 1:09 AM >
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hey steev! welcome to the site man. good to see you signed up! ive seen this place too - cool spot for the model shoots but for me there just isnt 'enough' there. im supposed to shoot my cousin's senior pics and might take them out here. hopefully we can have a developing party again soon!


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Re: Abandoned warehouse in Irving, TX
<Reply # 4 on 10/5/2011 5:45 AM >
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Posted by insulinguy
hey steev! welcome to the site man. good to see you signed up! ive seen this place too - cool spot for the model shoots but for me there just isnt 'enough' there. im supposed to shoot my cousin's senior pics and might take them out here. hopefully we can have a developing party again soon!



Howdy. Yes, definitely need to do another developing day. I'm shooting a couple of rolls of film this weekend. I'm also going to try to make it out to the DFW urbex meetup at Opening Bell this Saturday.

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