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Report - Donington on Bain Tunnel (Night shots)

Discussion in 'Underground Sites' started by Squirrell 911, Dec 6, 2007.

  1. Squirrell 911

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    Tonight madmax and I went to Donington on Bain tunnel which has featured on here in daylight. http://www.28dayslater.co.uk/forums/showthread.php?t=11308&highlight=donington
    After trudging around in the pitch black we started to head towards the car thinking that we wouldnt find it then we saw the embankment and went down to find the tunnel entrance.
    We, however did bring our tripods :p and took some interior shots, some good some not so :mad:

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    Who leaves a gate down there?.

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    Drain cover.
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    Madmax's pictures will be on here soon.
     

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  2. MADMAX

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    Yes guys, but there dark and then there's dark, and it was dark :D

    In the original daylight thread that Squirrell attached above, you can just see the other end of the tunnel in one pic.

    It's getting on half a mile long at a guess.

    A quick look on google for some decent history proved a little fruitless, but the line was running through Donington on Bain in the late 1800's by the sounds of it.

    The tunnel is in pretty reasonable nick considering. It's a bit leaky in places but that's to be expected.

    Here's a few of my pics

    The east entrance
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    The Gate
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    Calcium deposits on the walls
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    Squirrell does some light painting
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