A&P Abandoned Factory - Raynham, MA

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  1. GMACK24

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    Abandoned Factory - Raynham, MA
    Not much there. Just an Old Abandoned Factory . . .
    Maybe next week or the week after I can take a peak inside during the day.
    Please let me know what you think.
    Greg
    Raynham, MA USA
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    When I saw this pic, I was like ohhhh, thats an Olympus camera because of the horrible quality.....

    ......and I was right :mamoru:
     
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    tons of noise, looks like there's potential for some interesting pictures, just not these.
     
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    looks like someone has a lot of hot pixels
     
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    i know where that is
     
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    I agree quality is not great.
    These were taken at night NO flash.
    I did use my tripod but it was hard with the DIRT driveway.
    Anyhow I do plan on returning during the Day for better pictures.
    Thanks for the comments.
    I really do appreciate any feedback good or bad ;-)
     
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    You aren't doing a very good job of UE. :hsugh:
     
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    Frank N. Beans I hate BMW's OT Supporter

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    LOUD NOISES

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  9. GMACK24

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    holy shit



    A couple of old sighting areas you might want to explore from 138 seeing as how you are familiar with that road are 1) directly across from the Raynham Dog track, there is a truck terminal. You cant miss it. Alot of trailers are visible from 138. Behind all the trailers, you can make out an old abandon building. It is the old cement plant and there supposedly was a bigfoot sighting along the dirt road heading out to it years ago. With the truck terminal there now, I seriously doubt there is any activity but exploring the abandon building will probably test your nerve. A corspe was found in that building a few years back that was pretty gruesomly cut up. They think somebody just dumped it there that came off the highway. A John Doe if I remember correctly... never solved.
     

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