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Report - South Witham to Wymondham Culvert Run - Jan '14

Discussion in 'UK Draining Forum' started by KM_Punk, Jan 19, 2014.

  1. KM_Punk

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    As it was my birthday recently, me and The Wombat decided to celebrate by ticking off a few culverts after failing to jump into a mine.:banghead We did three culverts-South Witham Culvert, Broke-Back-Mongoose Culvert and Wymondham Behemoth Culvert.All are on the Great Northern/Midland Mainline Branch connection. Although small, it was great to get back in a culvert for the first time in 4 months.

    South Witham Culvert

    Nice easy one to start the day, although i nearly made my sterile on a fence. Short but looks like the recent rain has washed up a load of rocks blocking the entrance.

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    Broke-Back-Mongoose Culvert

    Another short one. Must of been about 4/5 foot tall if that and with me being 5'11 it was a little uncomfortable, Name explained.
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    Wymondham Behemoth Culvert

    Not sure if this is a bridge or culvert, technically, as there 6 foot of earth on top it is a culvert. It is a twin culvert, one water and one fram traffic with a road bridge close by.

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    Cheers for looking:thumb

     

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