Photos: Five Incredible (and Demolished) Colorado Urban Explorer Sites

More photos below.
More photos below.

Last year, we showcased demolished Colorado urban explorer sites as featured on the website uer.ca. But that post barely scratched the surface of photos and information about dearly departed local landmarks captured just ahead of the wrecking ball. We've assembled pics and uer.ca text from five more places: a graffiti-tastic water tank in Morrison, Englewood's Cinderella Twin Drive-In, Loveland's Cloverleaf Kennel Club, a Brighton location known as "The Orphanage," and the old Crossroads Mall in Boulder. Check them out below.

See also: Photos: Five Demolished Colorado Urban Explorer Sites

Morrison Water Tank

Photos: Five Incredible (and Demolished) Colorado Urban Explorer Sites

Note: Photos by Kari Johnson

Address Near 10359 W. Nassau Ave. Morrison, Colorado United States Owner: Lakehurst Water & Sanitation District

Photos: Five Incredible (and Demolished) Colorado Urban Explorer Sites

Type: Building Status: Demolished Accessibility: It's too late! Recommendation:forget it

Photos: Five Incredible (and Demolished) Colorado Urban Explorer Sites

Last update: 2010

Photos: Five Incredible (and Demolished) Colorado Urban Explorer Sites
Photos: Five Incredible (and Demolished) Colorado Urban Explorer Sites

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