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Urban Exploring Websites:

A former member
Post #: 26
I recently stumbled across this site:

It's not urban exploration as such, but it has some interesting places around San Diego that I'm sure most San Diegan's don't know about, and it has maps to show where they are. For example:

Miramar Mounds National Landmark, north of 52 between 805 and 163.

Pala Pegmatite District

I'm sure it's worth checking out some of this stuff.
A former member
Post #: 3
I found this urban explorer video inspirational­

We could do something just as interesting....hummmm
A former member
Post #: 1
Check this page out.­

has a bunch of urbex stuff with some pretty kickass write-ups and photos.­­­­

user 9259301
Santee, CA
Post #: 27
A former member
Post #: 2
A former member
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Dan C.
Group Organizer
San Diego, CA
Post #: 2,599
Thanks Dave for bringing Atlas Obscura to my attention!
Oceanside, CA
Post #: 14
I used to read the paper version of the Infiltration zine back in the late 1990s. The original author has since passed away in 2005 but the site is still up and full of interesting information: http://www.infiltrati...­

Some of it might be a bit sketchy for some people as it addresses how to "interpret" various warning signs for instance.

Ethics Pages:

There is an interview with Ben Hines that specifically talks about the tunnels at UCSD and UCLA; it's from over 15 years ago but still interesting:
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