Ontario Abandoned Places

Documenting Canada's Abandoned Structures


Ontario : Scarborough
Location #2332

Location Owner:vitalfilms
Creation Date: 1/28/2011
Last Updated: 1/28/2011

The G.E.C.O. complex was built in 1940 and 1941 during world war 2. With over 170 buildings and over 5 kilometers of tunnels, "General Engineering Company of Ontario" {G.E.C.O.} assembled and filled munitions such as fuses, primers, tubes, gaines, tracers, igniters and chemical explosives. At their peak production they had over 5,300 employees working here. The tunnels were built with concrete {7ft high and 10ft wide} to protect the G.E.C.O. employees from weather and possible air raids and explosions. The last few remaining buildings have been recently demolished, the tunnels filled in with debris from the demo's, and new buildings are being built over top the old tunnels.

More information can be found in the autobiography book, "Corky, Peggy and the Goldfinch".

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Status: Abandoned | Category: Commercial

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Province: Ontario

12/11/2019 5:03:25 PM

is there any other way

11/1/2019 4:27:27 PM

2 years and still searching one day one day lol

vitalfilms says:
3/18/2012 7:00:26 PM

Active shops all around - you will be seen during the day.

SuperSonic says:
5/1/2011 7:29:02 PM

so...you can't get into it anymore?

spydrgyrl says:
1/29/2011 6:01:32 PM

So sad! :(

vitalfilms says:
1/28/2011 7:24:53 PM

ahah lol yeah sure did. It's actually a cat. Still got it's whiskers.

clay70 says:
1/28/2011 7:15:53 PM

ahhh poor doggie got trapped down there and starved..

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On 2/3/2013 2:45:07 PM user gandalfthegrey created gallery : GECO