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Report - Entry Level (Sewer), Bury - September 2011.

Discussion in 'UK Draining Forum' started by Ojay, Sep 12, 2011.

  1. Ojay

    Ojay Admin
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    Entry Level (Sewer), Bury


    Stuck for ideas and despite the recent weather, I decided to finally check on some leads I had been researching earlier this year whilst laid up

    I had done a fair bit of walking above ground to locate liddage over the past few months, it was just a matter of taking a closer look..

    Arriving in Bury on probably one of the worst days possible, thats right it was pissing down, not ideal for draining :D

    A good few hours of fail were spent before I finally found what I was looking for - Loud Noises

    Now soaking wet, I struggled with a grid for a good 10 mins before it finally budged!

    (Apologies for the shit handheld pics, this was done during flooding in confined spaces)

    When it rains :p:

    Upstream - I located this lid in rather a high profile area, about 12ft down was this reasonable sized piss pot


    The sewer was at capacity due to the amount of rain in the past 24 hours :eek:

    Looking Left the fresh was forced through this 600mm hole


    Hitting the wall with some force was propelled down a small vortex to the storm overflow below


    Realising actually climbing further down the ladder was a no go, I decided to follow it further downstream

    This is where the footwork had previously come in, I'd spent a while locating this lid


    A break in the human traffic and I was down..


    The noise was incredible as I climbed down the ladder.. Below a 2.1M Trunk Sewer

    (Looking Left)


    (Looking Right)


    The flow was insane, NO WAY was I stepping my good foot into that shit :rolleyes:

    Further Downstream, I located this lid in the arse end of know-where


    Once down the picture speaks for itself really, the way on was a definate no go, rain or no rain


    I do have a good idea where this goes, so WILL be back :popcorn
    #1 Ojay, Sep 12, 2011
    Last edited: May 22, 2012

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