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Report - Byker Culvert, Newcastle, 14/11/07

Discussion in 'UK Draining Forum' started by R-Mutt, Nov 17, 2007.

  1. R-Mutt

    R-Mutt Guest

    Seen a few reports on this place but thought I would share the images from my recent visit. Was on a solo mission so it was a bit mad. Used my petzl to illuminate the shots. Good place for a bit of underground exploring, it goes on for quite a distance. The water runs underneath a platform which splits the upper and lower part of the culvert.

    The entry point










    Lots of these holes cut in the floor under which the Ouseburn stream runs.


    The end of the culvert with ghost painted on the wall (The graffiti is concentrated at either ends of the culvert). The square hole in the wall leads to a small room with the ladder to the manhole inside.


    The ladder leading to the manhole. (The manhole was quite hard to open from the inside and initially I thought was locked)


    Where the manhole comes out



    Going back soon with a few friends who want to see it, anyone fancy it and a few beers locally after?

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