<p>Anyone have any info on stuff about steam tunneling (going through the underground tunnels at UCLA)? Anyone know any specific entrances (not just the building, but the exact location by the building)? My friend is wondering about this.</p>

<p>Just for the record, don't come up with a million posts saying something like "it's illegal; you'll get expelled". Because we know that.</p>

<p>UCLA</a> Steam Tunnels</p>

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<p>One of my favorite topics. Go to the photos on the link.</p>

<p>UCLA</a> STEAM TUNNELS- Been There, Done That! | Facebook</p>

<p>What's the punishment if you get caught when you're no longer a student?</p>

<p>Sounds dangerous. Has anyone ever been electrocuted?</p>

<p>A commonly used one is Moore. Around the area of the side entrance (same area as outside kerkhoff), theres a big pit next to the building with a ladder to get in (you'll have to go behind the bushes). Climb down and theres a mesh fence. It's usually torn, so just go through and you're in the tunnels.</p>

<p>love the tunnels, won't give away my secrets though!</p>

<p>@ThisCouldBeHeavn- technically, you can get arrested. Although a good amount of the maintenance workers don't care too much if you're down there.</p>

<p>@SentimentGX4- not really sure. I've never heard stories about electrocution, so you would probably have to literally be playing with the wires and trying to change them or something to shock yourself.</p>

<p>@arklogic- yea, I know about the one in Moore. We tried that the other day (we went to the side of the building, behind the bushes, down the ladder into the pit, through the mesh fence, and into a machine operations room). But once we got to that machinery room, we were kinda stuck (there was supposed to be another ladder we climb up to go into the tunnel, but it wasn't there), so we were basically in the room without anywhere to go. Disappointing.</p>

<p>There's no ladder. You have to climb.</p>