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Report - Forgotten Culverts, Seaham, Co.Durham, May 2012

Discussion in 'UK Draining Forum' started by Renrutt, Jun 1, 2012.

  1. Renrutt

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    Forgotten Culverts, Seaham, Co.Durham, May 2012



    This was my first venture underground with a camera, so no laughing.
    Pictures were taken over 2 visits and I must say those from the second are much, much better than the first, so progress was definitely made :)

    Big thanks to goan for showing me around and credits for a couple of the pictures.


    I think it was 4 different sections of the river that we explored dotted around Seaham, with the final section leaving us planning our next move.




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    Now this was our final stop and access to this one was a little bit more tricky. I'm not sure it's ever been explored before but If you have, please, shout up.



    It starts off a newish , boring, concrete section

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    Opening out into a short, fully grated, open air section.

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    We ventured up the pipe a short way to a small chamber with manhole access but the pipe was only getting smaller and we couldn't see the end when shining the torch up, so we turned back.

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    This was a far as we got before being thwarted by the falls
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    Watch this space....

    Thanks for looking :thumb
     
    #1 Renrutt, Jun 1, 2012
    Last edited: Jun 1, 2012

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