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Defrosting a Frozen Building (10 pics)

Pics | 22 Jan, 2013 | Views: 10700 |  +27   |  

After nine decades of cold storage and lack of proper maintenance, the whole interior of this Chicago building was full of cave-like stalagmites and stalactites.

Looks like an ordinary building.

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This is how it looks from inside



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№1 Author: Jericho (22 Jan 2013 02:57) Total user comments: 318


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How is this even possible in Chicago?
№2 Author: MathIsHard (22 Jan 2013 03:04) Total user comments: 1342


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who was paying the electric bill? 51
№3 Author: Grunt Callahan (22 Jan 2013 04:03) Total user comments: 1777


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Shut off the electricity, wait until summer and let nature take its course.
№4 Author: unclebimbo (22 Jan 2013 04:20) Total user comments: 105


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I believe it, I went to bootcamp and A school in Chicago... Coldest place Ive ever been, but Im from Texas so its probably not saying much
№5 Author: joffenbaker (22 Jan 2013 04:27) Total user comments: 4915


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I lived there too. One day the wind stopped blowing and everyone fell down..ha ha but seriously, they (back when it was acceptable) stored furs, food and expensive perishables there.
№6 Author: adzhoe (22 Jan 2013 07:50) Total user comments: 13449


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That's a lotta ice
№7 Author: deepacidcow (22 Jan 2013 10:15) Total user comments: 1257


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That is the reason why people live in streets 13
№8 Author: salsapopo (22 Jan 2013 16:44) Total user comments: 12713


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woooow
№9 Author: robn1 (22 Jan 2013 17:33) Total user comments: 694


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Nice 01 04 12
№10 Author: No1 (22 Jan 2013 18:32) Total user comments: 908


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It's beautiful
№11 Author: Lu (22 Jan 2013 19:23) Total user comments: 13402


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Overnight stop for Santa?
№12 Author: big doc (22 Jan 2013 21:12) Total user comments: 116


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Cool!
№13 Author: johnny Reynoso (23 Jan 2013 22:32) Total user comments: 3712


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ice ice ice 07 07

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№14 Author: Jericho (24 Jan 2013 16:58) Total user comments: 318


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Found an explanation - building was on fire, after putting out the fire the water froze.
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