Abandoned Nashville factory

With the urban sprawl and gentrification in Nashville, abandoned buildings and even industrial areas where I might find what I’m looking for, are in short supply. I really have to keep my eye pealed for these locations and if I do find them, I must act fast. It often takes exploring outlying areas and keeping my feelers out when traveling anywhere. It becomes a sixth sense. I found this abandoned Nashville factory¬† After first walking the back side of the factory along the train tracks, I saw it was all fenced in and overgrown. So I went back to a possible access point. Part of the fence by the street side had a big enough gap to get access to the grounds, so in I went.

abandoned Nashville factory

Abandoned Nashville factory

Abandoned Nashville factory

abandoned building

abandoned building

abandoned warehouse

abandoned warehouse

This tucked in back area with debris and brush, despite the Winter season was the pot of gold. Complete with the cold air and musty smell that is indicative of abandoned buildings. I was loving the vibe, and this part was away from all civilization. Or so I thought!

industrial

abandoned tennessee

boiler

abandoned building

abandoned building

Everything looked great up until the end when I had captured my fill. I saw lights burning inside through a window. Ok, it’s time to go and shoot another day. By then I had what I needed. So that makes that place abandoned-ish? Or it just looked abandoned from the back and side. I was fooled at first, but I hope you enjoyed this ish abandoned Nashville factory, lol.

old factory

 

 

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