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UER Forum > Rookie Forum > What's your guys opinion on a building in the heart of a city for a first urbexpedition? (Viewed 474 times)
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What's your guys opinion on a building in the heart of a city for a first urbexpedition?
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I'm new to the forum and interested in getting back into the scene. I've found a place that is unfortunately located in a pretty populated/trafficked area. I've identified a place to get through a fence, but theres no guarantee I'd make it into the building. I'd probably try it at a time with low traffic, but doing all this alone for my first time seems pretty daunting, as there can be a decent police presence in the area. Am I an idiot for thinking about trying this? I'm worried of fines, as there's really no way to explain my presence.




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< Reply # 1 on 12/6/2021 11:14 PM >
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I mean if you think you got a sure way in, consider going just before dawn? Get in while it's still dark, then wait a little bit for the sun to come up?




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Re: What's your guys opinion on a building in the heart of a city for a first urbexpedition?
< Reply # 2 on 12/7/2021 3:15 AM >
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Or save it for Christmas, where there'd probably be much less attention on the property.




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< Reply # 3 on 12/7/2021 7:32 PM >
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I'd definitely do it when there is less traffic and if you are sure you have a way in then go for it. I love pre-dawning locations as people are still asleep and it makes for great photos. Downside is that it is usually pretty cold during winter before dawn depending on where you are located. Best of luck.




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< Reply # 4 on 1/29/2022 10:20 PM >
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Probably too late and you've either gone or decided not to, but on the off-chance that you haven't and are still thinking about it, I'd suggest getting a workers vest or jacket. That approach has worked for me countless times. I'll be stressing on the inside but as long as I keep my calm on the outside and try and act like I'm supposed to be there, most people walking by wont even notice.
Also, if you bring a clipboard, for whatever reason when people see clipboards they just let you do anything. They're like the towels from the hitchhikers guide to the galaxy, a miracle item.




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Do it




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