If you haven’t seen Part 1 yet, I’d suggest checking that out first. It’ll give you a little background on the location.
The first floor of the Bunge Grain Elevator. The first couple floors are dark because they’re boarded and welded up pretty well.
The large broken windows make for great lighting inside during the day. It’s very easy to see and watch where you walk once you get up through the dark stairs.
Someone was sleeping here at some point. This mattress must have gotten here when the building was wide open, with only a chain link fence around it. From what I’ve heard, it used to be much easier to get inside.
The man lift that took the life of a night watchman in 1937, a year after opening the Bunge Grain Elevator.
You’ll probably notice the bird poop in this one. This place is somewhat of a dream home for pigeons.
And finally, the view of downtown Minneapolis from the top of the building. This would be an awesome place to take night shots of the city, but going up those stairs and ladders to get to the top wouldn’t be fun in the dark.