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Report - Moonwalker Drain - Birmingham 31/01/09

Discussion in 'UK Draining Forum' started by TheVicar, Feb 1, 2009.

  1. TheVicar

    TheVicar Loyal to the Drain
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    I briefly visited Moonwalker a few weeks ago but ran out of time and just took a few pics which I've included here. This time, I went back and did the whole thing. Moonwalker is huge and is the most slippery bastard I've ever explored - you get more friction on ice or a polished floor than this!

    To be honest, I found it slightly disappointing as you can slog on for ages without coming across any features apart from occasional breaks of daylight once in a while. The only features are basically within a couple of hundred metres from either end with a mile or more of boredom in between. Having said that, the features it does have are great. :)

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  2. stranton

    stranton subterranean explorer
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    thats beautiful, haven't notice recent threads on here?
     
  3. WildBoyz

    WildBoyz Is this the future?
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  4. TheVicar

    TheVicar Loyal to the Drain
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    Cheers!

    I can't believe it was well over 7 years ago when I took these pics.
    Don't think this one gets many visitors tbh. It's well worth a visit though :)
     
  5. Snake Oil

    Snake Oil go in drains
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    a nice bit of brick there, that first junction looks fun for racing shopping trolleys down :D
     
  6. paulpowers

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    Loads of tasty stuff under Birmingham but sadly no one is posting drain reports at the moment
     
  7. Eight-Seven

    Eight-Seven This is not a good idea. Let's do it.
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    Brilliant shots . Been planning on getting into drains lately (figuratively and literally) is this moonwalk one still doable? (I would assume so?)
     
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  8. siologen

    siologen I Go Where The Drains Are
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    The doability of drains rarely changes. Moonwalker is a nice easy walk-in.
     
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