The following set
of links is not a definitive collection of exploration links. Many other
sites offer this, particularly the Urban
Exploration Ring. These are just links we enjoy or find useful;
some have a connection to exploration, others do not. We will try to
keep the links updated regularly, and continue to add new stuff. If
you find a dead link, let us know!
This ring contains sites focusing on the art of urban exploration: touring
storm drains, abandoned buildings, rooftops, transit tunnels, college
steam tunnels and other off-limits locations.
TO SNEAK AROUND
around can be more than cheap thrills. It's a useful skill for journalists,
photographers, street artists, activists, survivalists, travelers, urban
commandos, trespassers, and adventurers. Here's how to do it,
according to some guy.
Nude photos with abandoned industrial scenes as backdrops (click on
"Galerie"). Those of you who witnessed the Action Squad Nude
gallery will find this familiar, if inferior.
Mp3s of a bunch of weird old 1950's songs about various aspects of science.
Especially fun if you have any background in the philosophy or history
local punk band that wears skull makeup and only plays songs about skulls
that kill people. Gotta love that!
An awesome resource for locals; stop by next time you are in Saint Paul.
This is where Action Squad gets most of our historical information and
photographs. The website has a ton of info available.
SITE TO STORY: THE UPPER MISSISSIPPI'S BURIED PAST
A pioneering research site that will guide you through an exploration
of the Upper Mississippi's buried past in Minnesota. Filled with remarkable
scientific data and intriguing stories about the people and times of
The Annals of Improbable Research (AIR) is a humor magazine about science,
medicine, and technology. About a third of what they publish is genuine
research, about a third is concocted, and about a third of their readers
cannot tell the difference.
Why on earth are we linking to a giant corporate site? Because recently
Mapquest added a feature: satellite photographs of the location you
map! We used to use Terraserver, but these photos are in color and we
like them better.
TOUR OF MINNEAPOLIS
Good pictures from all over the city.