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This Abandoned Factory is a Street Artist’s Dream Come True

As I was researching old creepy, abandoned buildings that remain standing in Connecticut, I discovered the Abandoned Aerosol Techniques Factory in Milford thanks to the website abandonedwonders.com and the video work of the Graffiti Wanderer on YouTube.

According to abandonedwonders.com, this massive aerosol factory was built in the ’60s and produced everything having to do with aerosol products and plastic bottles. The facility is a sprawling 176,000 square feet that closed down in the mid-1990s and was then abandoned.

The difference between this building that was left to rot and other massive structures is this abandoned aerosol factory became a living museum for some of the best graffiti artists in the tri-state area.

CT’s Abandoned Aerosol Factory is a Graffiti Artist’s Dream Come True

Remembering Summers Gone By on Candlewood Lake:

Inside the Charming Russian Village in the Woods of Southbury

Every Tuesday you can hear “The Place You Live” on the Ethan and Lou Show featuring Mike Allen. Mike takes a deep dive into one local story each week and this week it was all about a Russian village in Connecticut. This week we learned that Southbury, CT is the home of a tiny Russian Village designed by some of Russia’s most well respected writers.

 

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