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Report - Robinshood Bay Culvert, Yorkshire, April 2014

Discussion in 'UK Draining Forum' started by Keitei, Apr 23, 2014.

  1. Keitei

    Keitei Tomb Raider
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    Nice little river this - Robins-hoods Bay Culvert also known as the River Esk is a river in North Yorkshire that empties into the North Sea at Whitby after a course of around 28 miles (45 km) through the valley of Eskdale, named after the river itself.
    Headed through in trainers as it was a spontaneous venture :thumb

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  2. Leeds(Ex)plorer

    Leeds(Ex)plorer 28DL Regular User
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    wowzers the colours in there are awesome!!

    Fancy a bit of this myself
     
  3. jazzywheelz

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    That's fantastic Keïteï. Love it!
    Been through it a few times when I was a kid. I used to love hearing the local stories about smugglers using the tunnel.
    Btw, I think it's actually called 'Kings Beck'. The Esk is a much larger river a few miles up the coast at Whitby ;)
     
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    Lovely bit of stone work :D
     
  5. Keitei

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    Yeah I was amazed how the colours turn out too, tis a nice little wander too if you've got a spare ten mins :)
     
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    A very well photographed and lit spontaneous venture, Keïteï; nice one! :thumb
     
  7. Keitei

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    Cheers jazzy :) yeah a few local kids followed me in too
    I wasn't 100%which river it was so you're probably right :p
    Thought I'd taken a shot of the flow out onto the beach but didn't:/
     
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    It looks really nice Keïteï. Love the colours - especially the second shot :)
     
  9. The Kwan

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    Nice to see your pictures, it looks like a nice little mooch, that gnome in the first shot is just asking to be kidnapped and taken on holiday :)
     
  10. Snake Oil

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    that certainly is a colourful drain (in a good way instead of something covered in turdage :D )
     
  11. krissigalores

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    Wow the colours in there are awesome!
    I don't usually care for drains & stuff but this has definitely peaked my interest!
     
  12. Altair

    Altair Poking holes since '84
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    looks good, lovely colours to the brickwork and crystal clear water by the look of it.
     
  13. Camera Shy

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    Damn nice that, colours in the brickwork are sweet, great set of photos.
     
  14. Bunk3r

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    It is a nice little culvert. Ive taken my kids up this one a couple of times now, infact last time I took a friends kids too so had 5 kids with me, ha teach em young. good to see it photographed properly I only ever took one pic.
     
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    Lovely looking thing this, win :thumb
     
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