Richmond, Virginia UrbEx

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I recently revisited Richmond, Virginia to shoot an office space on behalf of one of my clients, the Mohawk Group.

You may remember my last visit to Richmond included tripping through the old Interbake Cookie Factory. Good thing too, because as the economy recovers, a flood of these dilapidated buildings that have been sitting abandoned for years on end are now being renovated or replaced. After many years on hold, Interbake is being converted to a mixed-use development. So anyone familiar with my blog pretty much knows my M.O. is to move on and find more urban or rural locations before they gets gentrified.

Don’t get me wrong, I did have WORK to do in Virginia…

…but got to fit in a bit of play beforehand. I can’t resist stuff like this. As you can tell from the first image, these pictures were captured at the old Fulton Gas Works plant.


All Ye Who Tresspass (2013)


Grindin’ (2013)


Out of the Office (2013)

I also discovered another unused manufacturing building, let’s say in a five-mile radius of Gas Works. Can’t tell you where it is, but if you can figure it out on your own, kudos. 🙂

Took a sidetrip to investigate Danville, Virginia on the way back to North Carolina. Interesting place, most of the abandoned places and cool signage have been demolished over the last several years, but there’s an huge facility I’m attempting to contact the building owners to gain access to. Relatively sleepy, depressed town but there’s been some tobacco complexes-turned-to-condos along the riverfront.

‘Til next time!

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2 Comments on “Richmond, Virginia UrbEx”

  1. hey man these photos are awesome! i also really enjoyed your interbake factory photos and i’m definitely gonna try to find that warehouse!!!

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