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< Reply # 40 on 6/7/2017 11:20 PM >
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Here are some pictures from last time i was around








Nothing special, just some ones i took on my phone and a few my friend took on his camera







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< Reply # 41 on 6/9/2017 10:59 PM >
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Aaaagh! These images are so biiig! If you could go in and shrink them, or ask a mod to do it, I'd really appreciate that. Also, you may want to keep the deets on how you get into places a little more vague when posting in public, or the mods again, might come in and modify your post.

Tell me though, when you went recently, who was running security there? I've heard mixed stories about it still being the old guy, or a team of younger peeps.




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< Reply # 42 on 6/11/2017 7:02 PM >
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Aaaagh! These images are so biiig! If you could go in and shrink them, or ask a mod to do it, I'd really appreciate that. Also, you may want to keep the deets on how you get into places a little more vague when posting in public, or the mods again, might come in and modify your post.


Both issues have been addressed.




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< Reply # 43 on 6/11/2017 7:44 PM >
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Both issues have been addressed.


If u dont mind me asking how did you resize the images. I haven't figured out the full posting system.




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< Reply # 44 on 6/11/2017 7:49 PM >
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We actually did hop onto the roof right above the "90% Fructose" pipes... but any POE in that area was also sealed off. I'm hoping we didn't just walk right past it. If you or anyone else goes back anytime soon, please let me know if you find an entrance I'd love to see this place before it falls to ruin


My last response got taken down for being to specific but i can assure you there are still numerous ways in, i can think of 3 or 4 rn. If you go just make sure you explore the whole roof and have a few hours to spare if you don't mind looking around.




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< Reply # 45 on 6/11/2017 7:51 PM >
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Aaaagh! These images are so biiig! If you could go in and shrink them, or ask a mod to do it, I'd really appreciate that. Also, you may want to keep the deets on how you get into places a little more vague when posting in public, or the mods again, might come in and modify your post.

Tell me though, when you went recently, who was running security there? I've heard mixed stories about it still being the old guy, or a team of younger peeps.


Ah my bad eh.

Anyway the last time i went was like 1 month ago and it was still the older black guy if thats what you mean.





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< Reply # 46 on 6/11/2017 11:18 PM >
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Huh, I went back in March and we were confronted by an old white guy who (as mentioned earlier in this thread) preached to us about how we were going to become deadbeats.

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My last response got taken down for being to specific but i can assure you there are still numerous ways in, i can think of 3 or 4 rn. If you go just make sure you explore the whole roof and have an hour to spare if you don't mind looking around.




From what I've gathered and from my experience, it does seem POE varies from trip-to-trip, and one POE say, I use, may not work when you go. It's certainly not a place to rush, whether to get inside, or when you are inside. It's a big place that takes a lot of consideration, so plan accordingly.



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Huh, I went back in March and we were confronted by an old white guy who (as mentioned earlier in this thread) preached to us about how we were going to become deadbeats.



From what I've gathered and from my experience, it does seem POE varies from trip-to-trip, and one POE say, I use, may not work when you go. It's certainly not a place to rush, whether to get inside, or when you are inside. It's a big place that takes a lot of consideration, so plan accordingly.


Could be the case, i might have just been lucky.

I've been 5 times and got in no problem each time. The first time i went in me and my friend where baked out of our minds and we still found an entrance no problem. It might take some time but i don't think its overly difficult.

If me or a friend are around there again we might open a few new POE's for you guys (check the easy ways in).





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< Reply # 48 on 8/16/2017 8:37 PM >
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Was in the area last night and me and a couple friends went in.

They seem to be doing work inside, i noticed a lift, some power tools and some weird wooden framing. They even cleaned up the notorious shit room.

http://imgur.com/a/wHv0l

It is also getting increasingly hard to get in, all of my old entrances where closed and we had to find a new way in. If anybody is interested in going i would recommend going asap.




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< Reply # 49 on 8/20/2017 6:34 PM >
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Was in the area last night and me and a couple friends went in.

They seem to be doing work inside, i noticed a lift, some power tools and some weird wooden framing. They even cleaned up the notorious shit room.

http://imgur.com/a/wHv0l

It is also getting increasingly hard to get in, all of my old entrances where closed and we had to find a new way in. If anybody is interested in going i would recommend going asap.




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Was wondering what the soil testing was about over by the terminal.


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FYI: The property is currently designated industrial, and the Province has opposed changing it to residential because of the Ontario Food Terminal across the highway. Basically, the food terminal, a vital operation, is being protected from further residential encroachment which could jeopardize its viability. (/UrbanPlanner)







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Here are some of my pics:
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6. Look at the door






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Untitled by Sean Galbraith, on Flickr




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https://farm5.staticflickr.com/4541/38639211352_8b4857f52a_c.jpgUntitled by Sean Galbraith, on Flickr


It's even more gone now.
Hopefully they will save/leave the water tower, or at least place it on top of what ever they're going to build...
kind of like how the added a "water tower"(yet its not
plumbed-in) to the lofts(at Eastern and Broadview)-to give it more of an "industrial feel".



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