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Turkey Weekend Adventures
< on 10/11/2017 5:31 AM >
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Pics from my adventures this weekend with Rusty Canadian and others.


Smokestack
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Too Late
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Death Row
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Herd
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DSC_0344
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Shadows and Waves
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Catwalk
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Vague Memories
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F A P
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Re: Turkey Weekend Adventures
< Reply # 1 on 10/11/2017 1:34 PM >
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Good stuff man but I am starting to think the only things in Toronto these days are this place and cookie!

I'd love to see some more fresh new spots from the city, there's always something if you know what to look for!


PS - I love your flickr feed, it reminds me of me when I first started. Keep up the great work



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< Reply # 2 on 10/11/2017 1:50 PM >
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Death Row is pretty neat but i have to agree with freak cookie land is popping up a lot lately.




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< Reply # 3 on 10/11/2017 6:53 PM >
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Sick shots, a couple different angles in there that I haven't seen before, took me a minute to realize where it was!

Posted by Freaktography
Good stuff man but I am starting to think the only things in Toronto these days are this place and cookie!

I'd love to see some more fresh new spots from the city, there's always something if you know what to look for!



Couldn't agree more, however I'm more familiar with the rooftopping scene. It's not like roofs are difficult to find (this statement is becoming a little outdated), yet the lack of exploration up there is outstanding.




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< Reply # 4 on 10/11/2017 7:33 PM >
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Does that panel really say FAP? That's hilarious.

Nice shots! Such a creepy looking place, super fantastic for halloween!




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< Reply # 5 on 10/11/2017 7:42 PM >
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Couldn't agree more, however I'm more familiar with the rooftopping scene. It's not like roofs are difficult to find (this statement is becoming a little outdated), yet the lack of exploration up there is outstanding.


If there is one thing I miss about working downtown it's rooftopping. A whole different type of exploring, a whole different vibe and adrenaline rush nothing like exploring abandoned places! I'm loving the stuff I'm seeing from the newest batch of rooftoppers, as well as the OG's that are still at it.

Anyway, back to the original post topic!




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< Reply # 6 on 10/11/2017 9:15 PM >
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Looking at them now, I didn't realise how much the second location looked like the slaughterhouse!

Even though it's not a particularly sensitive location anymore, my sentimental attachment to it kept me from posting more obvious images. Maybe these will look more familiar:


SWEAR
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Snack Bar
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< Reply # 7 on 10/14/2017 6:10 AM >
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Here's my share of the Adventure with Fleeting! ==== I Figured I'd post in this one instead of making another post...

So here's a small portion of my pictures starting with the Slaughter House:

Notice Please Keep Door Closed At All Times! by Rusty Canadian, on Flickr

Graffted Wall by Rusty Canadian, on Flickr

Too Quite by Rusty Canadian, on Flickr

Conveyor by Rusty Canadian, on Flickr

Bleeding Conveyor by Rusty Canadian, on Flickr

Yellow Jackets by Rusty Canadian, on Flickr

You Ready? by Rusty Canadian, on Flickr

We Kill In Peace by Rusty Canadian, on Flickr

Lots by Rusty Canadian, on Flickr


Following pics are from the Mirvish Village:

B A R B I E ' D by Rusty Canadian, on Flickr

Merry X-mas by Rusty Canadian, on Flickr

D I C K E N by Rusty Canadian, on Flickr

Neighbour by Rusty Canadian, on Flickr

Hipster Flies for Days by Rusty Canadian, on Flickr

>When he Leaves you Cute Messages <3 by Rusty Canadian, on Flickr

F U R B I E S by Rusty Canadian, on Flickr

Honest Ed's Sign by Rusty Canadian, on Flickr



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Oh nooooooooooo it's meeeeee




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Looking at them now, I didn't realise how much the second location looked like the slaughterhouse!

Even though it's not a particularly sensitive location anymore, my sentimental attachment to it kept me from posting more obvious images. Maybe these will look more familiar:

https://farm5.staticflickr.com/4460/37610361212_6973760821_c.jpg
SWEAR
by FleetsUrbEx, on Flickr

https://farm5.staticflickr.com/4443/37594017586_6e09831829_c.jpg
Snack Bar
by FleetsUrbEx, on Flickr


im a montrealer and even i know where this is!! lol




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< Reply # 10 on 10/18/2017 3:32 PM >
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Yes, it's very iconic, but I'm still very attached to it.

Despite all the vandalism on the outside, the insides of most buildings in that area have managed to stay pretty well intact. It's pretty awesome, but super sad at the same time because it's going to disappear.




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