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Mark
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Mark

This was built as the Pan-American Refining Company dating back to about 1910. The brick building was the office. I have seen early photos of it when it was a pretty large complex. The processing portion of the plant was about where to 21st St. bridge is today.

Cutenell jabateh
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Cutenell jabateh

Hello, my name is cj, I really like tree he near despite this location is abandon. But I’m looking for a unquie and different outlook to have my first restuarant if you don’t mind contacting me so, my bussiness partner n I can have a tour around and talk about the pricing if you are the owner or have answers on who own the place.
Please shoot me a text by email I really appreciate it.

Jenni
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Jenni

This place is awesome, i wonder if there’s anywhere i could get ahold of someone to get permission. It looks (according to maps) like it’s right behind a baker hughes property.

Fred
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Fred

This location can be found at 21st and Waco, and is on property owned by Baker-Hughes. Some safety concerns, the fence is topped with old barbed wire, and the building next door to the property does have cameras. Cars do go by, even in the evening. There is also quite a bit of poison ivy and oak on the property, along with some surprise spiders (surpriders?)

Ceili
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Ceili

Could anyone tell how to get there?

Matt
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Matt

No way

Elizabeth Ruyle
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Elizabeth Ruyle

Fiend-
I've been here before so I already know where it is, and I was wondering if you got permission to go on the site. I want to continue going here, but I'm worried about getting in trouble for trespassing. Any suggestions?
Could you possibly email me back about this? Thanks!
elizabeth.ruyle@yahoo.com

tavcomm
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tavcomm

I think I may have found it, use Google earth and enter long and lat of 35 57'50.82"N and 95 51'49.17"W from the looks of the image on Google earth there are pads from where there was once structures.

Don Stewart
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Don Stewart

Hi- Sorry to be off point. Have been in Colorado since '79 but lived in the last house on Utica at Tulsa for six years. The land was all open in those days and I understand it is all developed now. But in that area we called "The Bend" we encountered some very scarey stuff that has stayed with me for 30 years. East of S. Utica, east of where they put in a highschool called Robinson I think there was an abandoned estate, red brick geogian house. One of the scariest places I've ever been. I suppose it's gone.… Read more »

josh
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josh

Never heard of it, where was it? I'd love to check it out. What did you see there?

kb
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kb

It was on my great grandfathers hog farm. The main house is still there and on the national register of historic homes. There is nothing left of any of the out buildings or other farm structures the POW's were kept in. You can not tell it was even a farm anymore. You can go to the Bixby Library and learn about it in their historical archives.

Greeneyedbosoxlover
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Greeneyedbosoxlover

KB, would love a family name associated w/the pig farm so I can do more research. I have been there and this was a lot more than a minor pig farm from the looks of it…why was it abandoned? The land must be worth $ sitting in industrial Tulsa so close to the river and the tracks…

Fiend
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Fiend

kb is talking about the pow camp in Broken Arrow, not these buildings over in west Tulsa 😉

nix
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nix

does anyone know where this place is i'd love to go.

Sam Higgins
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Sam Higgins

It's at 21st and Union. West side of the Arkansas River. Take the roads like your going to Chandler park but take a right at 21st. There's a hole in the fence. Enter at your own risk. Best to do it on a Saturday or Sunday when there isn't anyone around. It's really creepy…

chad
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chad

hey liz me and a few of my buddys really wanna go there and would like to know exact locatation of this place you can email me if you would like cwasson231@gmail.com thankyou

Fiend
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Fiend

Hey Liz, you should join the forum, maybe make a post or something about that place. Or send me a PM with some more details 😉

Hannah
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Hannah

I’ve been here before! It’s beautiful

BIlly
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BIlly

I was wondering where about in West Tulsa this place was. I would love to take some picture of it.

bryan renfro
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bryan renfro

i was wondering if you know of or have pictures of a abandoned ww2 pow camp in broken arrow, ok -Just north of the Arkansas River and south of a neighborhood there is an old military installation that has been shut off for years. Supposedly it used to hold Nazi POWs from WWII.

Fiend
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Fiend

I have searched for it in the past and came up empty handed. From the info I have and small amount of exploring I have done in that area, the location should be in between 141st and 131st and in between garnett and mingo. I am not 100% sure on the location, but it should be in that area, especially since it fits the description. But I have no idea how old that info is, which will make it hard to find since there have been many new neighborhoods built down there in the past decade or so. There are… Read more »

Liz
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Liz

I have been there once before, but I am taking my friend that recently moved to Tulsa there soon. It is small and doesn’t strike you as a military installation, but it is the only place in the area that matches that description. It is owned by the city and is locked down. High fences and locked gates surround the complex. I will take photos next time I am out there and post them here. Good luck out there. Stay safe and out of trouble. If you’d like more info, let me know and I’d be happy to help

Fiend
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Fiend

I'm going to be going back and taking some more pictures of this place here soon…

AbandonedOK Team
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AbandonedOK Team

These are my favorite kinds places. Ones that people have forgotten, but nature hasn't. I love all the greenery. Nice work!

Scott
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can you tell me who owns this building? Did you get permission to get in or was the "door left open"? I am just curious to see it for myself. get back to me and let me know.

nonconmat
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Ever figure out what the place was for? I visited on a trip to Tulsa (I no longer live there) and couldn't figure it out.

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