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Report - Frogger (CSO), Tameside - July 2013.

Discussion in 'UK Draining Forum' started by Ojay, Jul 15, 2013.

  1. Ojay

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    Frogger (CSO), Tameside


    Usually it's refreshing to go in drains, the green tranquil waters of the sewer, the fresh breeze, just the tonic for an afternoon stroll to escape the the soaring temperatures.. Right ?

    However not here, the place was a stinker, the tranquil waters replaced with a nasty brown ocean of :turd

    Not a murmur from the 4 gas so off we went

    Surprisingly there were a fair few frogs bathing inside here and the amount of logs that had surfaced down the trunk reminded me of that 80's Konami classic 'Frogger'


    Above ground the usual lid array was closely guarded by a gaggle of angry looking Canadian Geese (not to be fucked with) we tried to bribe them with a tuna pasta pot

    Despite being Dolphin friendly they weren't having any of it :eek:

    Ninjaboy decided to 'distract' them, which made matters worse, there was more shit flying at this point than down below in the trunk!


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    Screening chamber

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    2m interceptor

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    Primary overflow weir

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    Located ahead of the 7ft overflow, this secondary overflow chamber

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    Lastly a 7ft RCP runs about 50m to the river below

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    Thanks for looking :thumb
     

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