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Report - Brindle Service Reservoir, Chorley - April 2014

Discussion in 'UK Draining Forum' started by paulpowers, Apr 28, 2014.

  1. paulpowers

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    Last time I visited here I didn't have a tripod and ended up not being able to get any decent shots so as I was sat on the M6 going no with the turn off less than a mile away I decided to break up the trip up

    There isn't any history knocking about but since the other reservoir down the road was demolished this is now the last remaining victorian service reservoir in Lancashire, there are not many of these brick vaulted reservoirs left in the country with most that are left being in or around Landan.


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  2. JuJu

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    nice pics :)
     
  3. Lenston

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    Some stunners there mate, looks a good place
     
  4. The Wombat

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    That looks really good :thumb
     
  5. Snake Oil

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    liking this very muchly, and a handy big hole in the side to save torch batteries too :)
     
  6. Camera Shy

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    An odd one this being where it is, does it actually belong to the bloke who's garden it's in ?
     
  7. paulpowers

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    There was a digger outside it on my last visit but it was in the garden this time
     
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    The natural light coming in makes it look beautiful. You've captured it really well, PP.
     
  9. TheVicar

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    Some nice shots there!

    Chorley always reminds me of Peter Kay's Phoenix Nights with the catchphrase "Coming in your ears" :eek:
     
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    Cracking stuff :thumb the 2nd and 3rd shot do it for me
     
  11. Lavino

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    Good stuff there paul really good angles you got there well in mate ..
     
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