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Alaska has much more to offer urban explorers than one might think. Abandoned mines, military bases, industrial areas, drains, and even college steam tunnels can all be found in this state. This website presents a few such places, and documents various expeditions and discoveries that have been made. Click on the large headers of each section for general info and pictures of each venue, or go straight to the location of your choice by clicking on the appropriate small link.
Anyone can explore the great outdoors, but sometimes it's fun to infiltrate artificial structures and see what few others do.
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Summit missile base
Point missile base
Bay missile base (collect all 3!)
Palmer Satanist Tunnels
Hatcher's Pass Mines
Cape Spencer Lighthouse
Whittier: strange land beyond the tunnel.
Anton Anderson Tunnel walk
Portage ghost town and rail yard
Cordova & CRNWRR
Kennicot Copper Mines
McCarthy/Kennecot Road Trip
Hatchers Pass mines
Youthful UE influences
Out of State Explorations
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Site News: descriptions of latest
It's 2010, where's my damn flying car? At least we found an abandoned mountaintop suburb where time stands still.
As of 11/2009 we are in fact still alive, we just suck at updating.
6/6/06 or something like that.
Grad School in Minneapolis
A whole seperate section full of midwestern UE.
Added all these pages from a recent vacation:
New Mexico 2005
San Francisco Bunkers
Santa Cruz Tunnels
Also fixed the Chicago page to link to all three sub-pages instead of just two.
Added the Cleary Hill Mine
Added the dissapointing and not-very-exciting TVRR swamp hike
Added a bunch of stuff:
Windy Bridge, new Treadwell photos, and the Hellshaft.
Added the Hi-Yu mine (No I don't know who named it that).
Added the rusty remnants of the glacier power plant and tunnel.
Added an update from a while back, the boat graveyard in Juneau
Added a whole lot more out-of-state stuff, after returning from a two week vacation in the midwest which included
Office Products Expo 1994 in Toronto. I also visited the Twin Cities and Chicago.