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[danny_darkness]
 Hows it goin. I'm new to this and looking for some really good info. I live in the south east San Bernardino county area, and I'm in need of some locations to have a series of photo shoots. I mainly want warehouses or suburban locations. To be more specific I'm doing zombie shoots and need places with a good amount of running area for some chases. I'd greatly appreciate some help!
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From: (Anonymous)
2010-08-24 08:25 pm (UTC)

warehouse, you say?

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if you take the 210 east, it will curve south - exit 5th street and continue east. You will eventually cross 2 narrow bridges. Shortly after the 2nd bridge, there will be a turn out on your right side - park there. Walk up the little hill and onto the paved pathway. Walk along the wall until there is a dirt trail leading off to the left. Take THAT trail up to a fence that you may or may not have to *bypass*. Inside this fence is one huge main path. if you walk down it you will find numerous small buildings peppered along the sides. One in particular is a large drywall warehouse - it's about 5-10 minutes walk on your left. I have done many explorations and a few photo shoots there. I recommend going during the day first to pick a place to use and memorize your way around. I'll check back on this posting to see how you fared - for obvious reasons, I won't leave my contact info...
From: (Anonymous)
2010-09-03 10:16 pm (UTC)

Re: warehouse, you say?

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do you have any links to your photos of that place? sounds really interesting
From: (Anonymous)
2010-09-08 07:26 pm (UTC)

Re: warehouse, you say?

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34.076242,-117.11155

Type that into google maps - it is the main warehouse I talked about, Hotel California. Zoom out a bit and you can see the other small buildings scattered about. I can't post any of my personal pictures for identity protection purposes.
From: misssyren
2010-12-11 07:05 pm (UTC)

Re: warehouse, you say?

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Anymore street names you can give? If you go east off the freeway the street is Greenspot and I followed that on a map & there are no bridges and it goes into a neighborhood eventually.

If you can give a cross street for bridge number 2 that would help. Or maybe a link to a google map?
From: sinisterphoto
2010-10-17 02:47 pm (UTC)

Warehouse

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PLanning on heading out there is there anything i should be careful with? Homeless people, guard dogs, armed guards?
From: (Anonymous)
2010-11-01 10:53 am (UTC)

Re: Warehouse

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I have been harassed once in that very building by a guard. But that was some years ago. You should be fine though.
From: (Anonymous)
2010-11-01 10:55 am (UTC)

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Also that guard let us go. If You feel any better about that.
From: (Anonymous)
2010-11-20 07:13 pm (UTC)

Warehouse location

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What city is this in? I googled Hotel California and numerous locations popped up.
From: (Anonymous)
2010-12-14 09:12 pm (UTC)

Hotel California

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that is just the nickname my friends and I have given it - you won't find it that way on Google! If you're follow Greenspot Road on Google maps, it will turn a hard left into Florida. Florida then turns a hard right into Garnet, where you will find the second bridge.

34.074565,-117.099602

Type that into Google - it is where I usually park. Then follow the directions I gave above to find the buildings!

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