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Abandoned Wollen Mill located in Maine

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I'm getting tired of processing these, sorry if any look a bit rushed.


A cart full of gears near the main stairwell on the first floor. It's a good thing I like gears... otherwise I'd be pretty bummed by all these damned things.
 

The second floor is much cleaner than any of the others. The air's actually almost fresh, not much water damage either.

 

Looking back from the other end of this big room. My friend's shooting something near the window.

 

Yay, another delightfully safe open elevator shaft.

 

Looking up. Next stop, Ravenholm.

 

Big machines, still on the second floor.

 

More empty hallways.

 

I think that's the small office building on the other side there.

 

Poster found laying in a doorway, dated 1995.

 

Lots of florescent tubes and other custodial supplies up here above the machine shop.

 

Rafters above the first floor wood shop, accessed by a small hatch on the second floor.

 

Main hall on the third floor. Significant water damage can be seen in the ceiling.

 

Looks like part of a giant wool carding machine. It just wants hugs.

 

Huge rolls of woven wool, maybe carpets?

 

This reinforced cart path runs down most the length of the third floor.

 

Giant squishy bags of abandoned wool.

 

A barricade of upturned wool carts completely blocks this hallway.

 

Wheel on an overturned wool cart.

 

Fourth floor window.

 

Scary ladder to rooftop sprinkler-system water storage room.

 

Scattered yarn spools. The fourth floor was home to dozens of angry pigeons and had a great deal of floor rot. The filthy beasts were making me sneeze a lot and I was low on batteries by now, so I didn't spend much time on the fourth floor.
 

Ladder to rooftop. The hatch used to be padlocked, but it seems to have been smashed open.

 

View from roof towards the bridge and rapids. It was starting to get kinda dark and foggy outside by now.

 

Looking across the roof at the sprinkler room.

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