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Report - Banana Culvert - St. Helens - July 10

Discussion in 'UK Draining Forum' started by Bigjobs, Jul 12, 2010.

  1. Bigjobs

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    Banana Brook.

    I've called it that, because it's banana shaped.

    Visited with Skydiver.

    It's further downstream from the plug http://www.28dayslater.co.uk/forums/showthread.php?t=31973&highlight=plug

    This isn't that long, 100 foot tops, probably a lot less, but I've been walking along this stream since I was a nipper, and I've always wanted to know what was in there, never had the guts, then when I had the guts, it was too close to care about. :(

    The more I got into this lark, the more I thought there would be a drain outflow halfway along, but I was wrong. It looks like it was built purely for looks. There's no need for it at all that I can see.

    Anyway, on with the pics.

    Entry
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    Just in
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    Further - Note the cracks in the roof
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    And out
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    Looking Back
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