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Date:

03/31/2010

Name:

Sean

Location:

UK

Homepage:

http://www.makemoneyopportunities.ws

Comments:

So, basically you do all those things we used to do as teengers when we were indestructable and going to live forever?
FANTASTIC!!
I'm 38 years old and thinking I might just have a mid-life crisis - your pics look great.

 

 

 

Date:

03/27/2010

Name:

Steve

Location:

East West

Homepage:

http://www.stonecold.com

Comments:

Awesome Site!

 

 

 

Date:

03/25/2010

Name:

terry

Location:

Australia

Homepage:

None

Comments:

If i get to Minneapolis I will look you guys up!!

 

 

 

Date:

03/23/2010

Name:

nick robbins

Location:

australia

Homepage:

None

Comments:

Nice site!

 

 

 

Date:

03/17/2010

Name:

Robert Kline

Location:

Orlando, FL

Homepage:

None

Comments:

NO COMMENTS ENTERED

 

 

 

Date:

03/09/2010

Name:

Lucas

Location:

Saint Paul

Homepage:

None

Comments:

I would suggest the exploration of the Lowerton train depot, on the outskirts of lowerton in saint paul. It its next to a present waste storage facility but is a cool building to explore. Also there is the former saint paul power plant on Randolph and shedpard road.

 

 

 

Date:

03/08/2010

Name:

Tinman

Location:

Mpls

Homepage:

None

Comments:

When are you guys going to put some new missions on here???

 

 

 

Date:

02/23/2010

Name:

Austin

Location:

Minneapolis

Homepage:

http://www.nintendoeverything.com

Comments:

Hey, just stopping in to say how awesome you guys are! This is the sort of thing I'd love to get into, but don't have the time or resources right now! Definitely keep all of us posted on your adventures.

 

 

 

Date:

02/21/2010

Name:

Greg

Location:

Rice, Mn

Homepage:

None

Comments:

Awesome pictures and videos.. Thanks

 

 

 

Date:

02/17/2010

Name:

Moe

Location:

Ratisbona, Bavaria

Homepage:

None

Comments:

I´m yearning for an update.
...and I´m also yearning for a chance to punch that plagiator in his ugly mug.

 

 

 

Date:

02/16/2010

Name:

Charlie Fishr

Location:

Fort Myers FL

Homepage:

None

Comments:

Thanks for the sad Lincoln Hotel story. Our family lived next door to the Lincoln at 321 W. 2 Street in the 1940's in a house long since razed.

 

 

 

Date:

02/15/2010

Name:

greg blaude

Location:

None

Homepage:

None

Comments:

Man, I just wish that i lived in Minneapolis. It must be living the indiana jones life! just wish something INTERESTING would happen around here.....

 

 

 

Date:

02/03/2010

Name:

Bernsy

Location:

None

Homepage:

None

Comments:

Wow, Your site reminds me of growing up in South Minneapolis, Exploring grain elevators, Spelunking the Powderhorn Park & Lake of the Ilse's sewer tunnels. You guys do the Basset Creek tunnel? Nice work, Bernsy

 

 

 

Date:

02/03/2010

Name:

carl

Location:

coon lake

Homepage:

None

Comments:

and to think i only explored the pigs eye pete caves on shepard road in the late 80's

 

 

 

Date:

01/27/2010

Name:

Big D

Location:

Braham

Homepage:

http://yahoo.com

Comments:

Way cool, are you taking new members?

 

 

 

Date:

01/20/2010

Name:

Jason

Location:

TC, MN

Homepage:

None

Comments:

Awesome sight! Makes me want to get into urban exploring.

I was noticing on the old map of the TCRT map that there is a tunnel on Selby Ave before it dips down and turns into 4th street. On a new map these 2 are divided by I35E and Selby ends before hitting the side of the freeway. Wonder if this tunnel still exists in some form? From the look of it the tunnel would either be just before the freeway or just under it. Nothing big I know but just something I noticed.

Hope to see some updates and maybe go on an outing sometime!

 

 

 

Date:

01/19/2010

Name:

Bill

Location:

Minnesota

Homepage:

None

Comments:

I was so happy I found your site! I was intrigued by the pictures taken at the Cambridge State Hospital. Do you have anymore pictures other than the ones already listed on your site? I live near the old State Hospital, and recently they have demolished most of the buildings. I also was wondering if you could tell me about the tunnels under each of them that supposedly interconnected. I have ventured into them when I was younger, and to tell the truth they were very spooky. If you have any more pictures or any experiences that happened in these buildings please shoot me an e-mail. Or, if you have room for another team member I'd like to go on some adventures.

Best Regards,
Bill

 

 

 

Date:

01/12/2010

Name:

Chris

Location:

La Crosse, WI

Homepage:

None

Comments:

Really cool stuff. Nice work.

 

 

 

Date:

01/10/2010

Name:

Markus

Location:

Delaware

Homepage:

http://google.com

Comments:

Hello everybody, I love this site!

 

 

 

Date:

01/04/2010

Name:

Zdenek CARDA

Location:

None

Homepage:

None

Comments:

I am gigolo and self proclaimed artist. And more - grandson of gen. Bohous Carda, top chief of Czechoslovak Police during Velvet Revolution in Czechia in 1989. If you want to know more, write or call me to (+420)606 190 344.

 

 

 

Date:

01/04/2010

Name:

Duke

Location:

Minneapolis

Homepage:

None

Comments:

In regards to the Phalen Creek tunnel, I used to visit it regularly when I was a kid. On Sunday afternoons, my father always took his six children to different city parks to play, and every three or four weeks, we'd go to Indian Mounds Park on top of the river bluffs. When it was time to leave, my father would ask us what route we wanted to take back home, and we'd always yell the same answer, "Let's go through the Hole, through the Hole." He would then drive down into Swede Hollow and move slowly along a road that ran right next to Phalen Creek. The creek was only partially enclosed at that time (mid-1960s), and every few hundred yards, there would be an opening in the wall on our right, where we could see the creek flowing by. Then the creek would disappear from view inside the next section of tunnel. After a mile or so of this, with maybe six or seven openings to "Ooh" and Aah" about, the road came up out of Swede Hollow near the Rayette plant just east of downtown St. Paul. In summer, Phalen Creek could be a pretty stinky place, but I loved going there as a kid.

 

 

 

Date:

12/28/2009

Name:

urbexkeith

Location:

englewood colorado

Homepage:

http://www.uer.ca

Comments:

yeah i urbexed it urbexed it hard!

 

 

 

Date:

12/26/2009

Name:

Jason

Location:

Maine

Homepage:

http://www.umn.edu

Comments:

Those East Bank images brought back fond memories of exploring into the St. Paul Campus steam tunnels from 1993 to 1997. Those tunnels also had giant roaches and were hot year around. Sometimes I'd have to feel my way through a tunnel in the dark between buildings before reaching a light switch and really send the roaches scurrying away by surprise. It's kind of addictive and I even went alone several times. There are lots of ways in: culverts (the cul-de-sac behind Baily Hall), 3 janitor's closets in the Student Center, over the library basement wall, and by entering several hallway doors throughout campus. My dorm mates and I always had a blast exploring, even despite all the asbestos warning signs and even getting lost a few times. I never got the chance to explore the East Bank tunnels though. Those electric cars would have been fun!

 

 

 

Date:

12/10/2009

Name:

Chad Weaver

Location:

Omaha

Homepage:

None

Comments:

I'm not even sure now why the hell I ended up at your website. Whatever it was, I'm damn interested in what I see here. I'd love to get into some of the places you do as I am most definitely interested for much the same reasons as you and your crew. I think that in the end I might be a bit too afraid of the MAN though. I will have to read on as I've only touched on a few of the adventures. Good luck and thanks for sharing your experience with us less brave folk.

 

 

 

Date:

12/10/2009

Name:

Fred

Location:

Canada

Homepage:

None

Comments:

Great site! Keep up the good work :)

 

 

 

Date:

12/08/2009

Name:

shelly

Location:

minessota

Homepage:

http://www.sagekillers.com

Comments:

love it

 

 

 

Date:

12/08/2009

Name:

Anthony Rippel

Location:

anoka/mpls

Homepage:

None

Comments:

The missions you guys go on sound like a blast!! Me and a few buddys have been to a few of the places on your site and i would love to check out all the other places i didnt even know exsisted. Thank you for putting this site together and and sharing all your experiances with us.

 

 

 

Date:

11/30/2009

Name:

Syd

Location:

Here

Homepage:

http://wacots.org

Comments:

People like that Brick guy that try to become famous or wealthy from exploring are the same idiots that make me hate all of this.

 

 

 

Date:

11/22/2009

Name:

Nick

Location:

Janesville, WI

Homepage:

http://www.datazealot.com

Comments:

This site rocks! I used to do a lot of this when I was younger and I was surprised to find some guys dedicated themselves to it. Keep it up.

 

 

 

Date:

11/02/2009

Name:

thecleaner

Location:

London UK

Homepage:

None

Comments:

awesome stuff - have spent an enjoyable couple of days perusing the whole lot - excellent! the Greg Brick affair is very interesting - seems like he owes you a Big Apology! A Big Up from London and Max Respect.

 

 

 

Date:

10/28/2009

Name:

Dan

Location:

Mpls

Homepage:

None

Comments:

Love the site can't wait for an update...

 

 

 

Date:

10/27/2009

Name:

David

Location:

ustralia

Homepage:

http://www.dotnahveone.com

Comments:

Like it alot....

 

 

 

Date:

10/23/2009

Name:

Johan Josef Baptista of Wchinitz and Tettau

Location:

liechtenstein

Homepage:

None

Comments:

You guys have nuts for entering in those places!! you are completely mad!! great pictures!!!!!!

 

 

 

Date:

10/20/2009

Name:

Manton

Location:

minneapolis

Homepage:

http://leovader.com

Comments:

Hey, you guys are doing some good work. Keep it up. Also, have you ever been to the Purina factory on Hiawatha? Pretty cool stuff over there. Me and my friends do this kind of stuff all the time.

 

 

 

Date:

10/20/2009

Name:

Mir

Location:

Colorado

Homepage:

None

Comments:

You guys are my heros.

 

 

 

Date:

10/14/2009

Name:

Bob Brick

Location:

None

Homepage:

None

Comments:

Greg Brick can shove that book up his ass and set fire to it.

 

 

 

Date:

10/09/2009

Name:

Chaz L.

Location:

Minneapolis

Homepage:

None

Comments:

This site is totally awesome! i came across some tunnels down in des moines but by what i see here, Minneapolis is just completely covered with tunnels, abandoned building and secret passage ways and locations. awesome dude. just awesome.

 

 

 

Date:

09/28/2009

Name:

Lulzbot

Location:

Germany

Homepage:

http://google.com

Comments:

Fuck Greg Brick!

 

 

 

Date:

09/26/2009

Name:

Justin Bohnert

Location:

Private

Homepage:

None

Comments:

This site is the best

 

 

 

Date:

09/25/2009

Name:

Brian Schurman

Location:

Apple Valley, MN

Homepage:

None

Comments:

Hey, like what your doing looks like fun. Was just woundering if anyone has been to the old ammunition plant down in Rosemount area?

 

 

 

Date:

09/23/2009

Name:

The Toad

Location:

kauai

Homepage:

None

Comments:

Good trips, good pics, good stuff. Thanks

 

 

 

Date:

09/16/2009

Name:

Cydnie

Location:

UK

Homepage:

None

Comments:

Great site :)

 

 

 

Date:

09/10/2009

Name:

ThatguyinMN

Location:

Blaine, MN

Homepage:

None

Comments:

Hey, just got my eyes opened to a whole new world. Started with a bike ride down river road, then hey whats that tunnel over there. Which led to an internet search and the discovery of this page, then WOW. Awesome stuff. If I ever get into the arden hills armory or the anoka hospital I'll send you a pic, until then I'll be jealously looking at your page

 

 

 

Date:

09/09/2009

Name:

DrDark

Location:

None

Homepage:

None

Comments:

You Fuckers ROCK!

 

 

 

Date:

09/03/2009

Name:

Sigrid Arnott

Location:

mpls

Homepage:

None

Comments:

Thanks for ripping off the sanitation article and giving me credit. Still has a turgid, academic tone but i'm glad someone actually read it. City Hall in Minneapolis used to have maps of all the sewers available. . . Too bad I got stuck in a culvert once and developed claustrophobia.

 

 

 

Date:

08/15/2009

Name:

erin

Location:

lafayette&indianapolis, IN

Homepage:

None

Comments:

id love to get with you guys for some adventures. also whoever is the photographer is amazing.
myspace/eri_bear.com
oX- erin

 

 

 

Date:

08/13/2009

Name:

Joe

Location:

Florida now :(

Homepage:

http://www.spellkitsforbelievers.com

Comments:

Moved away a few years ago. When I get back to visit in a few weeks, I am giving it a try!

 

 

 

Date:

08/09/2009

Name:

Paul

Location:

Hell City, Hell

Homepage:

http://www.uea.ca

Comments:

Just checking the Ford Plant mission...I was really happy to see my car in one of the archive photos from the 50s sitting on the assembly line. Very cool!

 

 

 

Date:

08/04/2009

Name:

LORD

Location:

UER

Homepage:

None

Comments:

awesome tour of the Ford palnt

if I am in the area I will stop in a and demand a tour ;D

 

 

 

Date:

07/24/2009

Name:

Justin Bohnert

Location:

None

Homepage:

None

Comments:

I was here

 

 

 

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