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Report - East Norton Tunnel Culvert, Leicestershire - August '13

Discussion in 'UK Draining Forum' started by KM_Punk, Aug 20, 2013.

  1. KM_Punk

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    We had just finished doing some light painting in East Norton Tunnel, The Wombat said he remembers a culvert close to the tunnel. We headed southbound and discovered some sort of shaft. It had no top and steps stick out of, fair game to me.

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    I jumped in to do a scout to see if it was worth the effort. Half down I realized that it was a squeeze for me never mind Wombat.
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    On my way out I got wedged stuck at the bottom, I looked up and Wombat wasn't there. I called him 4 times before his head poked over the edge. Nice little explore, must go downstream to the portal in the future.

    Cheers for looking​
     

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