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Report - Chaddeston Culvert Derby - November 2012

Discussion in 'UK Draining Forum' started by DarkSplank, Nov 18, 2012.

  1. DarkSplank

    DarkSplank Derping Around.
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    I've seen this inviting outfall on google maps for the best part of 8 months now and i have finally decided to do it. I thought i'd be the first but i am not, but still this is an interesting culvert and not far from home. Sorry once again for the poor light quality in the picture's. I will be investing in a new torch soon.

    I don't know much about this other than it's the Chaddeston culvert, i explored the final cuverted section that leads into the Derwent River.

    Looking out from the outfall.
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    Looking in the outfall:
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    Interesting side bits, i thought they would make it easier to walk along the culvert than splashing in the water but they slowly raised up and walking became crouching =/

    Looking back toward the outfall
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    The only interesting bit of this section of culvert, a box section and steps.
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    (Obligatory light painting)
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    I got a bit 'arty' here.
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    From the box section the culvert turned to a corrugated iron affair complete with bolts sticking up from the floor, pain and falling ensued...
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    The people that made the culvert had some mad idea's!
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    More iron corrugatedness
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    And finally, the infall of this section
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    All in all this was a good mooch, nothing too long or back breaking, we headed out to the nearby Burger King for a burger and weird looks, which were free.
     

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