The abandoned plant in St-Hubert
When the plants have no name

When the plants have no name

When the plants have no name

Heating the military complex

Saint-Hubert (Quebec), Canada

Update (2013-08-23) : Many thanks to those who sent me some information about this place. So, it seems like this building was used to heat other buildings of the military complex who is now abandoned.

It is rather unusual that I can not find any info about a abandoned place . Even when it is a place with many graffiti. Not that these are clear indications about the name and utility of the factory, but with the quantity of graffiti, it means that this place is deserted for a long time already.

Located in Saint-Hubert in the industrial area along the airport, the place is empty. There are a few trinkets here and there, but apart from an old airplane's carcass outside suggesting that the activities of the place were related to aviation, there is no indication of the purpose of plant.

By referring to the pictures found here and there on the Internet, I would estimate his desertion to about ten years. With a marked deterioration since 2008.

If someone out there has information about this place, do not hesitate to contact us. We would be pleased to be able to better idea about the story of this industrial location of Saint-Hubert.

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