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Report - Slop Pail - October '11

Discussion in 'UK Draining Forum' started by Moose, Oct 20, 2011.

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  1. Moose

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    Finally

    Spent what feels like forever looking for this place, we've spent 3 full days dedicated to finding it, and without Ojay we'd have never found it, cheers man :D

    Smurf's Hollow consists of 2 culverts. One way leads out to the Elton Brook outfall, while the other leads to the Walshaw brook outfall. This tunnel was massive, and contained a mix of interesting features.

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    Brickwork
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    There was another one of these parallel on the other wall, i think they're for putting a dam in or something

    Im not sure where this lead, maybe it's where the smurfs come from :rolleyes:
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    Construction Shaft
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    Buildup of something on a pipe
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    How deep we were
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    Bucket Shots :D
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    Which way to go first?
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    Never got past here, it was too low :D
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    thanks for looking
     

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