Explored Locations

Abandoned 18th street subway station

By: Control , Posted on August 11, 2014


Along a very busy, dark and dirty 4 track subway line lays this secluded way station for reprobates.
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Tomb of the Unnamed + Repent Tunnel

By: Control , Posted on June 16, 2014

The end of this tunnel was once filled with the ashes of many unnamed victims. Ashes of those who met a horrid death that I watched with my own eyes and could smell and taste for days beyond. You don't forget something like that, ever.
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The Mary Murray

By: Control , Posted on May 6, 2014


Here are some words you don't want to hear someone yelling at you on a Sunday morning at 9AM: "Hey! You were down in the marina! Stay right there I'm calling the police".

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The RKO Keith

By: Control , Posted on April 21, 2014


The RKO Keith is one of NYC's most infamous abandoned buildings.

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Coffee Bean Castle

By: Control , Posted on April 15, 2014


We've been spoiling you all lately with posts full of deep location research and explicit details, so it's time for a post that leaves everything to the imagination.
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New York Dock

By: Control , Posted on April 8, 2014


Red Hook contained one of NYC's tallest abandoned industrial buildings, with one of the best graffiti galleries and a rooftop view unparalleled in awesomeness. Today, it is being converted into apartments.
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Abandoned 1925 vintage Staten Island Rapid Transit car 353 – 2003.

By: Control , Posted on April 2, 2014


In 2003 me and Rebel SC came across this very long abandoned Staten Island Rapid Transit car.
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Q Cars

By: Control , Posted on April 1, 2014


In 2001, I came across a set of 3 old wooden subway cars parked in Sunset Park, across the street from the old Davidson Pipe storage facility (which today is a Costco store). As luck would have it, they were parked in a small former SBK yard with no fence. These were the last wooden subway cars in use within the NYC subway system.
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5 Pointz Explored

By: Control , Posted on March 25, 2014

5 pointz. It's more than just a name of a building in Long Island City. It is an idea, a symbol, and unfortunately, soon to be nothing but a memory. As explorers, it was our sworn duty to explore and document its interiors before it was gone. As an L.I.C. native with a lifetime love of graffiti, there was no way in hell I would be stopped. Before I get into our unabated hours of adventure in 5 pointz, let me drop the history for anyone that doesn't know.
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Certified Concrete, L.I.C.

By: Control , Posted on March 20, 2014

Certified Concrete owned a ready mix plant in LIC, 'Under the Kosciuszko Bridge' according to the NY Times.
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