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Report - Squeezebox, Leeds - August 2012.

Discussion in 'UK Draining Forum' started by jST, Aug 5, 2012.

  1. jST

    jST LLS.
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    After moving house earlier this year, I caught a whiff of "that drayne smell" whilst strolling towards the local hostellerie to sample their ales. Further investigation revealed a small watercourse named the Bagley Beck which ran underneath the road, entering and exiting a series of very small culverts before discharging into the River Aire at Rodley.

    Further up the Beck towards Farsley, deep in uncharted undergrowth, there is a grated entrance to what has been named "Squeezebox"

    Have visited on three occasions, once alone and in wellies, reaching a deep bit and having to turn back. The second visit, SammyDW, Clough, GeoVW and I were washed out when the ingress of SW from a heavy rainstorm outside sent us cartwheeling out after a massive surge almost knocked us off our feet...

    Anyway, MJS, Clough and I once again took the squeeze past the grate to be presented with a lengthy rectangular concrete box section which goes on for some way.


    Then reaching what is guessed to be a CSO outlet (pictured right - no we didn't go up there, turdz are against LLS drain policy) with the stoopiest of stoopingtons to the left.


    MJS reclines on a ledge in the short, deep section.


    Following on to this brick arched part.



    Couple of twists and turns.



    Leading to this RCP


    And to this stone / concrete convergence where our journey ended due to general back pain.


    Backfuckjunction - Clough.


    Cheers for looking. ​

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