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Columbia Portland Cement factory
This is all you can really see from the road.
The whole complex is surrounded by a moat and a river, as if some sort of
One of the first buildings we saw, and some of the interior shots (basement,
Another site (uncertified) states that there was a strike here that resulted
in the shutdown of the plant. This was something that might be associated
The subbasements were located in this building-
In fact, there wasn't much else other than basement there, so we went on to
explore the floors of this building instead.
An office/archives on the second
More from the second floor, outside the office
The third floor was. . . .interesting to say the least. Those are rock-hard
stagilates and stagmigites you are looking at.
Piles of stuff on the third
After that pretty much lead up to the top of the elevators, but we did snap
a few shots.
Funky-ass tunnel at the very top of the building
Outside view of funky-ass tunnel on the roof
A few roof shots
The rickety gantry I was on for those shots
More awesome stalactites
Some more stuff I shot while getting the hell out
Neither of us have any idea what this is, we would love someone to tell us
what these giant things are for! They are about 30-40 feet tall.
one of the entrances to the towers
I'm not sure what the hell this is, but it looks so damn cool
Bye, columbia portland. . . .
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