20 Acres of Abandoned New Jersey Property World Famous Horseshoe Curve, 2 months ago   18:30

Amyy Sativa
For those of you that have shown great interest in the abandoned places me and Neighborly find and explore during our free time, I made sure to bring along my video camera.

This property is a little over 20 acres and is located in Northern New Jersey. It is owned by the State.

Comments 20 Comments

Amyy Sativa
For those asking for the location of this property, unfortunately I cannot give that information out. Sorry!
C.S. Enterprises
You missed two big handfuls of chunks of silver and 7-800 bucks worth of recyclable metals.
gabriella drexler
Would you be willing to share this address? Thanks for the video!!
What trail is that ?
graciela umpierre
Would you share the address?
Cecilia Houston
Very nicely done :) Hope you make more.
Al Vasquez
hello please send to me that address
Bruce Paterson
sad legacy for a family-probably a foreclosed property
Shannon Rae
Like the start of a horror movie
Dominic Hester
the medicine cabinet is where they kept petty cash
John Perrone
Had to laugh when he opens the pizza box!
The hardwood floors are worth salvaging. I hope someone gets them before they get destroyed completely.
where is this i wanna smoke and go explore
sandra osheasandra01
it was a nice house at one time. but it was nice to see it was not all torn up. the handles on the cabinets.looks like my old home. i also like the out side of it.
Robert Gibson
whats the address I would like to see what the state wants for it...
Ruth Pullis
nice place
Watch out for snakes.
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World Famous Horseshoe Curve, 20 Acres of Abandoned New Jersey Property 2 months ago   00:00

Started streaming on June 20, 2017

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Horseshoe Curve is the three-track (formerly four-track) railroad curve on the Norfolk Southern Railway's (NS) Pittsburgh Line, the former Pennsylvania Railroad (PRR) mainline, between Pittsburgh and Philadelphia. Approximately 50 freight trains travel the Curve each day.

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