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    "Must see" Massive underground Japanese System



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    holy crap! that's so uber! inspires a lot of cool ideas!

    thanks dude!

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    Anybody know what this is for?

    Nuclear warhead facility?

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    Wow thanks for the Link Francis!

    the Mines of Morria 2004!


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    I love the bio photos of the crew. Looks like something for a movie : http://www.g-cans.jp/fighter/index.html

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    Holy shit!
    That's exactly the kind of industrial stuff i always look for for my references.
    Thank you so much for sharing.

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    Cool stuff. I've always been a fan of big scale engineering.

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    Those thumbnails looked cg.... but it's all real!!!

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    Wow! Thanks for the link.

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    Amazing...

    I'm gonna save every pic to my HD....unbelievable...

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    omg.. it's like a real life quake level

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    This post got me thinking and I rembered about this site http://www.abandoned-places.com

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    Update - here are some more good ones

    http://pingmag.jp/2006/07/24/japan-u...d-photography/

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    damn, we need a "ressurecting a dead post" emote


    but wow, thanks j, that's freakin rad

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    Yeah, thanks for the bump. I'd forgotten to bookmark this the first time around.

    I could just stare at ONE of these photos for the entire day. But, then, there are DOZENS! They're so gorgeous and some are very Silent Hill. I can see a lot of Japanese game developers taking tours of these places for their inspiration.

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    Really inspiring photos, specially since I'm in need of some level design influences... thanks for the link jfrances!
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    I was gonna say I posted this a while back but..2004?! Damn. I'm beat.
    Great update.

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    Are'nt these for storm flood controlling? It looks incredible.
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    And here are some more from an underground Russian site

    http://russos.livejournal.com/210363.html

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    the japanese will build mechs that transform into airplanes one day...

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    Wow, that is amazing, i can't believe its real. I guess im gonna have to though.

    Unbelievable!

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    stick a few stalagtite-esque sky scrapers in and youve got yourself a scene from evangelion awesome stuff.

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    like a damn computer game O_O
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