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Alcan Packaging
The Troll Building

Once again, this day started out without even thinking about this location - a location that all but one in our group didn't even know existed. But after we got skunked on the first attempt, and found a not-so-abandoned property on the second, it was suggested that we check on the status of a building that we suspected was demolished. It wasn't.

Location attributes for Alcan Packaging
Location   Toronto, Ontario
Built :: Closed   Unknown :: Unknown
Status   Abandoned
Difficulty   ★ ★ ★ ☆ ☆ ☆ ☆
Hazards Risk   ★ ☆ ☆ ☆ ☆
Security Risk   ★ ☆ ☆ ☆ ☆
AUE Rating   ★ ★ ☆ ☆ ☆

After sauntering through an open gate like we belonged (which we certainly did), the six of us made our way up to a loading door which was open a tad. I peeked in, saw the interior of the building, and pronounced that we were in. Then the Troll Building struck.

I was the second, and last explorer in through the loading door, as we quickly discovered it to be a dead-end. The door between the loading area and the rest of the building was blocked by large concrete blocks, with enough space to peek around and see inside. Defeated, we climbed back out and continued the hunt.

We tried an open window. Same result; room blocked by concrete blocks. We tried another open door; a dead end. Finally, we stumbled across a door that someone had taken... something to the doorknob on (we found the doorknob several feet away), and after a good hip check, it opened... to another room with concrete blocks. But this time, there was enough room to work around the blocks, and we were finally in, after being defeated three times.

Was it worth the effort? Not really, as the building was mostly empty, save for lots of graffiti. It doesn't have much searchable history either... the only thing I could locate was a police report from January 2007 documenting a break & enter around that time, where the thieves made off with copper pipe and wiring.

But it at least nipped the urge to explore for another weekend.

 
 
Trololo - April 2012
   
 
 
 
 
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