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Flint Ink Abandoned
At its peak, Flint Ink (formerly California
Ink) was one of the biggest companies in Berkeley, producing almost every
imaginable type of ink. They developed the first magnetic inks for check
imprinting. These pictures are from 3 of the many buildings on site, which I'm
working on exploring.
All these pictures were taken with a Canon 20D.
This is about half of the building
And this is the other half.
Some tag. There was some pretty cool work here, not as much as I would have liked though
This tag was brand new, I'm going to try to go back with some medium format gear to get more photos of this room.
These doors lead into a charming room filled with water and mosquito eggs.
Freight elevator shaft.
In another one of the buildings.
Freight elevator controller.
Freight elevator (and machine room) on the roof.
Looking up through one of the huge holes where tanks used to sit
Another one of the holes.
Do you love milkshakes?
I DON'T GIVE OUT LOCATIONS. I DON'T KNOW IF THE BUILDINGS ARE FOR SALE. I DON'T KNOW IF THE BUILDINGS ARE STILL STANDING.
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