Carrabelle Water Plant
Explore the abandoned Carrabelle Water Plant with this 360-degree panoramic virtual tour of the city property. There are nine (9) 360-degree panoramic views that you can view and explore around the abandoned location in Florida’s Forgotten Coast. In the virtual tour, you can see inside the water plant, the tanks in the back of the property and the water tower as well. Do you like urban exploring? Here is a map with tons of GPS locations for you to get out and explore.
About the abandoned Water Treatment Plant
Located in Franklin County, Florida, the old Carrabelle Water Treatment Plant served the small city of Carrabelle for many years. Records show the building was constructed in 1982 and that the property is still owned by the city. The city of Carrabelle, has since built a new water plant that can serve the population growth over the past years. If you like industrial buildings, check out this post about the South Fremantle Power Station in Australia. There is also the abandoned Wicked Willie’s Restaurant right down the road from the water plant. View this location on Google Maps. You can also check out our top abandoned places in Florida page.
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