Burn Out – exploring basics 101

Published on: February 2nd, 2012 | Last updated: July 6, 2012 Written by:

Sometimes when you see broken windows, it might not just be neglect. Here we see your typical one story NYC light industry building – on it’s interior is completely gutted. Fire ravaged this place awhile back and left absolutely nothing of value to explore inside.

Of note is the “RO” sign on spray payed high up on the front of the building. This marking is left to warn other first responders that the building’s Roof is Open. The X box also indicates it is unoccupied.

I was surprised to find the shell of this building still exists today. usually places like this in NYC are bulldozed immediately and sold off so someone can build a high rise or shitbox Fedders Special on the lot.

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