Welcome back to Blogmas, friends!
Today we’re going to be abandoning the Christmas spirit, just for today, to take a peek back at a mill I have already explored and presented to you all through a post! The mill we’re going to be revisiting is The Pendleton Oil Mill! We’re taking a look back at this mill specifically because just recently almost all of the buildings have fallen down on themselves, and I’ve also managed to get into some of the buildings! I’m not going to be giving you much information in this post since I’ve already given you a rundown in the last post LINKED HERE, so we’ll just get straight to the pictures and I’ll throw in some bits I have to say every once in a while!
Strap yourself in for this ride! There are TONS of pictures you’re about to be viewing.
Let’s get to exploring!
***All photos above this come from the main brick building of the mill. We found out a little extra bits about this building like the fact that it was home to Fibertech Corporation after the mill had closed down.***
***The 6 photos above come out of the office of the mill where EVERYTHING has been left. It’s just like you walked back into time when you went in this building***
***Quick little note: The photos from here down are in the actual brick building of the mill, mentioned in the first few photos. I found out after the mill it had actually turned into a fiberglass manufacturer that took part in building some really huge structure throughout the buy modafinil with bitcoin additional info WORLD!***
***Somehow some of the electricity and lights were still working***
***We had plans to go up to the second floor but as you can see right after the top of the stairs and to the left the whole upper floor was starting to fall in on itself.***
Well friends, that’s all I have for today! I’d like to give a shoutout to Landon and Caleb for taking on this exploration with me! Like always please obey No Trespassing signs, and if you ever do go into any abandoned places PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE NEVER DEFACE THE PROPERTY. You’re walking into history, don’t ruin it!
I’d love to hear if you’ve been here before, have any stories of the place, or if you know anybody who used to work here! Let me know all the details you have down below!!!
Make sure to check back tomorrow for another Blogmas post, there are tons of exciting holiday posts to come!!