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Date:

02/25/2003

Name:

Zooey

Location:

Columbus, Ohio

Homepage:

http://www.solcore.net

Comments:

Great site, guys! Keep up the adventures!

 

 

 

Date:

02/23/2003

Name:

jahjah

Location:

germany

Homepage:

None

Comments:

1. this is interesting ......cooool!!! 2.my english is verry bad...so i cant say more...sorry....keep da fire burning

 

 

 

Date:

02/22/2003

Name:

tick

Location:

SW VA

Homepage:

http://www.vtunderground.com

Comments:

Beautiful page, guys. Absolutely amazing. It makes me want to move to Minneapolis, there isn't a tenth as much crazy cool undergorund stuff around here.

 

 

 

Date:

02/22/2003

Name:

Wireman131

Location:

Kalamazoo Michigan

Homepage:

http://home.att.net/~wireman-131/

Comments:

Great site

 

 

 

Date:

02/19/2003

Name:

DeeLuv

Location:

mil-town

Homepage:

None

Comments:

Awesome pictures. I heard about this site from a friend. We tried to get into the pilsbury tunnels this past weekend but the door was welded shut. I hope I'll get to go in there someday. hooray for action squad in bringing a quality online experience of urbanistic adventure

 

 

 

Date:

02/13/2003

Name:

dan micholychak

Location:

upstate ny

Homepage:

None

Comments:

i must say i am jealous. i would love to partake on the journeys that you have. my buddy kevin and i are very much into what you do. i only wish i such places you have explored were closer to where i live. rock on and happy hunting.

-dan-

 

 

 

Date:

02/12/2003

Name:

Tom Kuzelka

Location:

Omaha, Nebraska

Homepage:

None

Comments:

Enjoyed the trip through the old Hamm's Brewery. I wish I was there to enjoy it with you. If you ever go again, I would be more than happy to join you.

 

 

 

Date:

02/11/2003

Name:

Orange

Location:

St Louis

Homepage:

None

Comments:

It's pretty cool that you guys do that. Most people I know don't have any guts to do that sort of thing. It's also cool that you sing That Dog songs on your trips.

 

 

 

Date:

02/05/2003

Name:

:)

Location:

erase this later

Homepage:

http://www.fuckyou.com

Comments:

Dude, the site looks awesome! I still think you should design Web sites professionally. How to put this on your resume...

 

 

 

Date:

01/30/2003

Name:

j skylaser

Location:

None

Homepage:

None

Comments:

amazing

 

 

 

Date:

01/26/2003

Name:

Deadman

Location:

SW 'burbs

Homepage:

None

Comments:

I almost forgot! Muppy Skum, NICE ASS!

 

 

 

Date:

01/26/2003

Name:

Deadman

Location:

SW 'burbs

Homepage:

None

Comments:

Hey, love the site... you guys can explore my attic if you want (its been abandoned for like 13 years... you might even find x-mass lights or something.) While youre at it the female members can explore my bedroom... ratfink, muppyskum, foxzilla, skully, (I prbably got some names wrong) theres a party in my bed and youre all invited!

 

 

 

Date:

01/24/2003

Name:

Gix

Location:

None

Homepage:

None

Comments:

Heh. Inane goofiness is always enjoyed.


First thought at the new mission (Bridge to Dimension Zed):
"Zed's dead, baby." - Butch, Pulp Fiction.

 

 

 

Date:

01/22/2003

Name:

Skuzz

Location:

Twin Cities

Homepage:

None

Comments:

Fucking awsome site, probably best urban exploration site next to those dudes who have parties in the catacombs in Paris and sit on altars of human skeletons and shit, and.. and.. and.. those one guys who, um, like, went into the abondoned nuclear missle silo and give virtual tours on the net and stuff!

 

 

 

Date:

01/19/2003

Name:

crazyhorse

Location:

rushcity

Homepage:

None

Comments:

you ever went to duluth looking for some action?
If any one out there has any tips on duluth let me know i have a few of my own If you wana trade info.

 

 

 

Date:

01/19/2003

Name:

mr.smith

Location:

None

Homepage:

None

Comments:

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Date:

01/17/2003

Name:

lori godby

Location:

ohio

Homepage:

None

Comments:

i explore some myself - i am looking for anyone who may have any info on a place in either charleston or huntington w. va. it was called the "mai moore castle" was there in mid 60's but did not get any pictures - the place burned in the 80's. was on a cliff overlooking the ohio river - was built early 1800's. it was practically unaccessable - basement, ground floor, second floor and lookout tower on the roof. was there twice - i moved away in 1967 and received a newspaper clipping regarding the fire from a friend who had went there with me. i can't find the clipping because i put it somewhere "safe" so i wouldn't loose it!!!! i never knew the name of the place until i received the news article. anyone out there who knows about this???

 

 

 

Date:

01/17/2003

Name:

lori godby

Location:

mcconnelsville ohio

Homepage:

None

Comments:

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Date:

01/16/2003

Name:

Katie

Location:

St. Paul, MN

Homepage:

None

Comments:

Awesome stuff! I went to some of the Wabasha Street Caves for the first time and I guess that piqued my interest and sent me searching online. I can't believe all the pictures you guys took...

 

 

 

Date:

01/16/2003

Name:

Zomar

Location:

None

Homepage:

None

Comments:

As a guy who is gonna be eligible for AARP membership in 3 1/2 more years, let me just say it's great to know there are still people out there who don't know what "No Trespassing" means.

My storm sewer explorations took place in Appleton WI in the late 1960's; at the time it was a town of about 50,000. The sewers extended for miles under the city... standard equipment included a chunk of cardboard (to keep the vertebrae bumps on your back from being worn raw on concrete pipe) and a dental mirror (for use as a periscope at street manholes... very useful for determining your coordinates).

After High School, I ended up working second shift in a shipyard. Lunch hour was after sundown, so I'd wolf down my lunch and go exploring... the new ships under construction, the older ones in for winter work, and the derelicts that every shipyard seems to accumulate. In 1978, the shipyard built an 18 story Gantry Crane (looks like a big sawhorse) to aid in construction; I went up and explored while everyone else was playing Sheephead and drinking coffee at lunch.

A couple years later, I ended up in the engineering department of another shipyard, building Tuna Seiners for the Pacific and Patrol Missileships for the Royal Saudi Navy. Ah, more boats. More old wrecks. And some of the best convoluted buildings I've ever seen... that was 20 years ago.

Hey, thanks for bringing back a lot of good memories!

 

 

 

Date:

01/11/2003

Name:

Blinky

Location:

Minneapolis & Duluth

Homepage:

None

Comments:

Loved your site, very informative, with lots of detailed information on buildings I've seen everywhere around Minneapolis (I'm from South Mpls). Anyways, I'd love to get in contact with someone from your group, if nothing else then to just exchange information or some tips. Cap_N_Hector@yahoo.com

 

 

 

Date:

01/10/2003

Name:

midnight club

Location:

eagan

Homepage:

None

Comments:

where arte the blaine ave. crouch tunnels??? My friends and I are completely stumped! I know there parrelel to it but wheres the entrance. Did they fill it up?

 

 

 

Date:

01/10/2003

Name:

Olaf Anderson

Location:

Greenville N.C.

Homepage:

None

Comments:

Very interesting site, lets correspond!

 

 

 

Date:

01/09/2003

Name:

Shayne

Location:

None

Homepage:

None

Comments:

Cool stuff guys and girls......Tell me, is Ratfink married? Cause she's cute.....

 

 

 

Date:

01/08/2003

Name:

L

Location:

None

Homepage:

None

Comments:

Anyone know how to remove a standard manhole cover with household tools? ie crowbars, etc

And also how to put them back in properly?

 

 

 

Date:

01/07/2003

Name:

cerebral

Location:

mpls

Homepage:

None

Comments:

re: the message 6 below me.
I remember a skateboarder movie from 10 or 15 years ago where kids were skating in a round concrete pipe that must have been 15 or 20 feet in diameter. Somebody had a bubba truck and drove into it. There was like a 45 degree elbow pointing up in it and they drove up it until their tires would only spin. Anybody know what that movie was?

Oh, did I miss how to buy these burned cds? Is that even legal?

 

 

 

Date:

01/07/2003

Name:

MiLLsY

Location:

Sydney, Australia

Homepage:

http://www.urbex.org

Comments:

Very cool site man, with a great theme of the red & black borders. Loved the photo's, & continue the work! I know your still very active and the mag article recently was very good on you guys, cya round one day!

 

 

 

Date:

01/07/2003

Name:

Steph

Location:

North Cakolaki!

Homepage:

http://hometown.aol.com/lilypadleaper3/

Comments:

Joe sent my ass here...and ya know what? I still think the A-Team could kick your ass! Thats good though...I would love to have my ass kicked by the A-team...would be an honor.
I really dig your site. It's like warm lumpy gravy over steamy mashed potatoes. It gives me a warm and fuzzy feeling inside. It brings me back to when I was 15 and making out with boys in drainage ditch pipes. Those were the good ol' days. Keep up the good work...it looks like a blast!
Lata,
S.S.W.

 

 

 

Date:

01/06/2003

Name:

psy

Location:

Mpls Mn

Homepage:

http://www.the907.org

Comments:

hey,

this is to the guy below me.

Most of the bell caps are nothing but a 10x10(no really sure on size) hole. It's like the green cross boxes you see on the street for cross connects and what not, also called an access point, but underground...

If you have more questions just shoot me a line.

 

 

 

Date:

01/06/2003

Name:

Shokan

Location:

Brantford, Ontario, Canada

Homepage:

None

Comments:

Hello all. Got a question maybe some of you tunnel rats can answer. All around my city are manhole covers with the Bell Telephone symbol. Obviously, they have something to do with the phone system, but I'm wondering if these are extensive systems, or just local access points. Anyone been down something like this? Please lemme know.

 

 

 

Date:

01/06/2003

Name:

midnight club

Location:

None

Homepage:

None

Comments:

Yea weve been there since spring of 2001 at the gopher munitions. On your site you say building B has not been compromised. Well its changed over the summer of 2002 our club got in there. We found old x ray machine stuff the U must have stored. We didnt take anything because tresspassing is enough. We just we curious and looked in there. Other then that the ulands kicks ass i know that place like the back of my hand now. You guys did good down there. Quality site!

 

 

 

Date:

01/05/2003

Name:

ecsslo

Location:

NY NY

Homepage:

None

Comments:

I always ask this of people who seem to be of this ilk- there's a movie called 'Cherry 2000' where Melanie Griffith's Mustang gets lowered into this really cool dam-architecture-type tunnel thing. I saw a show on the Discovery channel that gave the correct term for what it is, but it slips my mind. Do any of you clowns know where that is? I mean it doesn't look in the film like it's in your neck of the woods, it seems more like a So Cal desert or Nevada-ish dammed-up-river-structure thing. But seeing what your interests are, you folks strike me as the type that upon seeing the location in the movie would not even wait for the film to finish before mustering the enthusiasm to find out where it is and what it's called with the prospect of someday climbing down into the thing. As for myself, I'm the type that finds great interest in such things only while they are on the screen, and then again when I stumble across sites like your's or
whatever that reminds me of it. So, fess up if you know; or better yet, go there and climb down into it and make it one of your little adventures with pictures and all.... I think I just remembered it might be called a 'diversion tunnel', from that Discovery ch. show about the building of Hoover Dam that they show over and over.

 

 

 

Date:

12/30/2002

Name:

Dark Angel

Location:

Miami FL.

Homepage:

None

Comments:

Great job, and great site.
I also like exporing the forbiden and forgoten.
If your ever in the Miami area, look me up, Ill give you a tour of our ruins.

 

 

 

Date:

12/25/2002

Name:

Evilfoe

Location:

N.C.

Homepage:

http://www.angelfire.lycos.com/nc3/evilfoe

Comments:

You have the most well designed and engaging stories and pictures of all the urban sites that I have recently started exploring. Near my city is an old school that I would like to explore with a friend.

 

 

 

Date:

12/24/2002

Name:

squirrel

Location:

northfield

Homepage:

None

Comments:

Hey you guys have a great site here! I just discovered it yesterday while working hard in the office... I have been to a few of the same places you guys like to frequent, but it looks like you have a few years more exploration in the cities than I do. Keep up the good work, maybe we'll bump into eachother sometime...

 

 

 

Date:

12/16/2002

Name:

Krazy

Location:

St. Paul

Homepage:

http://www.geocities.com/basement_freaks_ue/

Comments:

Max! What happened to you guys?? It's been forever without an update. I'm hoping you didn't get arrested for something. Hey folks, the Basement Freaks Urban Exploration site is up. click the link above to check it out. sign the guestbook please!

 

 

 

Date:

12/15/2002

Name:

JZ

Location:

Minneapolis

Homepage:

None

Comments:

cool site. student at the U, liked those maps

 

 

 

Date:

12/15/2002

Name:

Decivicon

Location:

Pine city Mn

Homepage:

None

Comments:

Hello, I just found your website when I was looking around for info on the cambrige mental hospital site. I along with several of my team mates{similar to your action squad but with monitary gain in mind,although we also enjoy the thrill of adventure,dont think us to be your every day vandals we just have a certain intrest in providing hard to obtain antiques to ebay costumers}recently went to the site and found the large metal double doors in the basment,thanks to your info we will forgo trying to forceably gain entry but go through grate you mentioned.
thanx for the info we'll keep in touch
your website is well organized and has some very good pics
your friends in adventure
Decivicon,Contraceptacon.

 

 

 

Date:

12/13/2002

Name:

kurt berge

Location:

miami

Homepage:

None

Comments:

great web site/ reminded me of the days when I use to go caving/ nothing like adventure/ It's cool to rediscover the past which has been hidden/ you guys should get a
Discovery Channel TV Program

 

 

 

Date:

12/13/2002

Name:

cory

Location:

st paul

Homepage:

None

Comments:

hey i need to find how to get in the wabasha bridge tunnels i work a block away from them and spend my lunch hour dayily scouring the river near the bridge looking for an enterance will some one give me a hint ive only tried so far on the side of the river at&t is on cause thats where i work scould i try the shepard road side... by the museam i was thinking about this stair way i saw...but it lead no where there is one spot on shepard ive looked and im to the point where im gonna go get my climbing equipment and scale the wall by the jail where there is a visiable entrance on the wall.

 

 

 

Date:

12/13/2002

Name:

s

Location:

mpls

Homepage:

None

Comments:

You boys are seXXXy sewer rats! Really. More pictures!

 

 

 

Date:

12/11/2002

Name:

Dakiel

Location:

RI

Homepage:

http://www.Insanebunkers.com

Comments:

Cool Site if your ever in RI look us up.

 

 

 

Date:

12/10/2002

Name:

Mutiny(c/c)

Location:

Sydney,Australia

Homepage:

None

Comments:

Cool sight,makes me keen to do shit-keep up the good work

 

 

 

Date:

12/02/2002

Name:

cerebral

Location:

mpls

Homepage:

None

Comments:

Anybody got any elevator surfing stories? I found one good (fiction?) one with a google search... It's something I wouldn't do, nor recommend to any real friends, but I'd like to hear/read other stories about it.

 

 

 

Date:

11/30/2002

Name:

big c

Location:

st paul

Homepage:

http://none

Comments:

hey max when your talking about that 3 level brewery cave system where you had to climb a stack of crap to get to the second level is it in a pretty easy spot to find for instance farther down the road from the lillydale caves cause i believe me and my friends visit that cave regularly we call it the ohhhhhh...im not gona say cause what we call it uses the name of the street its on and that would spoil the search for others on the site.e mail me about that one cause if its not i got a cool place to check out.and my other question is have you extensively explored the brick yard in lillydale theres a few caves in there 1 is pretty cool the others are so small there not eaven worth it but at the end there is a cave with a bat grate we cant seem to break into and there are no dnr signs or any thing do you know of this cave?lately weve been thinking of using a car jack to spread two bars apart far enuf for one of us to get in so we can use a bolt cutter to break the locks we cant get enuf leverage to snap the locks from the outside.hope to hear from you.

 

 

 

Date:

11/22/2002

Name:

Max

Location:

None

Homepage:

None

Comments:

response to Mike -

Check out our section on the West Bank Tailrace Tunnels ... I think you'll find it familiar!

http://www.actionsquad.org/westtail.html

-Max

 

 

 

Date:

11/22/2002

Name:

mike byrne

Location:

st. paul

Homepage:

None

Comments:

great page here. went to the gold medal flour caves last nite. fashioned a boat (that carried 4 guys) out of foam and rode it through an undergroud river. u guys should check it out.

 

 

 

Date:

11/20/2002

Name:

Fosta

Location:

Boston, formally MPLS

Homepage:

http://ice.prohosting.com/2minfilm/

Comments:

I've always really enjoyed your site, and love the narrations, sitting on the edge of my seat, reading at a feverish pace to find out if you guys will make it out of the methane alive. I just want to say keep up the great work! Saddly there's nothing like Action Squad boston chapter, or at least not online- there are some very neat ruins and tunnels here too, but nothing will ever be the same as asending a helix with freezing cold water rushing over my feet.

Keep up the great work, and go check out the sand stone caves just above the St. Paul Util. tunnels, downtown.
Peace

 

 

 

Date:

11/19/2002

Name:

Jason Giecek

Location:

None

Homepage:

http://www.thedumasbrothel.com

Comments:

interesting site and a lot of cool pics

 

 

 

Date:

11/14/2002

Name:

Jesse Mason

Location:

St. Paul

Homepage:

None

Comments:

Awesome page guys, just checked out east bank tunnels last night.

 

 

 

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