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Report - Supercharger A & B, Manchester - August 2016

Discussion in 'UK Draining Forum' started by M0AKO, Aug 16, 2016.

  1. M0AKO

    M0AKO 28DL Full Member
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    Supercharger A and Supercharger B are culverted sections of the Gore Brook, separated by a short unculverted section and a railway bridge. Entering at the infall of Supercharger A takes us through a brick tunnel approximately 10' in diameter.

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    After about 200 metres there is a concrete section at which a small drain connects to the brook.

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    The outfall of Supercharger A is a short distance downstream, where the brook continues under a railway bridge.

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    We now enter the concrete infall of Supercharger B.

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    After a short walk through here the tunnel becomes brick before a waterfall, from which point the tunnel reverts to the same style as that of Supercharger A.

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    The tunnel continues on for some distance without change. An interceptor pipe crosses overhead at one point with a small CSO chamber and processing room on the right. The tunnel continues on and eventually widens out a short distance before the outfall, where there is a connecting tunnel on the right. This takes us to a large, concrete CSO chamber.

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    From here I made my way to the outfall and into the park.

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  2. Nickindroy

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    Nice one, I love the bits of pallet wood, that hold up the infall to B. Someone from UU might see this and sort it out, although I doubt it. :thumb
     
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