North Charleston School of the Arts

Posted in Urban Exploration on January 29th, 2011 by Rookie

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Checking out the auction at the soon to be demolished school for the arts.

Chippewa Lake in the Snow…

Posted in Uncategorized on January 21st, 2011 by Rookie

These are, of course, some additional old pictures I thought I’d post in the spirit of the cold snowy weather up north.

These were taken on a trip I took completely on a whim. I was driving near the area and popped in to see the park. It had just started snowing, so I went in to see how it would look in the snow. It was one of my favorite trips because it was just so peaceful and calm like it always seems to be when the snow first starts to fall.

There were some cool views I had never really been able to see before due to the overgrowth. The snow sort of highlighted some cool things I had never noticed, like path ways and whatnot. Over all it was a great experience for my mind and a terrible one for my feet that managed to get wet shortly after entering and nearly fall off shortly before leaving. It was all worth it though in the end. I loved this location and now that its basically gone, I have nothing but these pictures, memories, and my amputated feet to remember it by.

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Grimms Bridge Tunnel

Posted in Uncategorized on January 21st, 2011 by Rookie

This is some old material that I posted in the dying days of the old site, but I’m going to pick up where I left off, so here it is again…

I managed to hit up the old grimms bridge tunnel before moving away from Ohio. The tunnel was part of the Pittsburgh Coal Company’s line. It is in the ballpark area of Fredrick Town, but to pinpoint it, you’d need to find Grimms Bridge Rd and walk the former rail line. The tracks have been lifted, but there is no mistaking where they once layed. This may be private property now, so be respectful.

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