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Report - Flood Brook Culvert (return visit) - Runcorn - April 2013 -

Discussion in 'UK Draining Forum' started by georgie, Apr 30, 2013.

  1. georgie

    georgie He Never Even Got There
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    info taken from Gones blog (hope you dont mind mate)

    originally done by droid,gone,pacef8 and sui

    Flood brook runs from the Halton Lea Shopping Centre, down the hill and devides the two Beechwood estates.There is the old brick lined archway that looks as though it has been in place for many years and a corrugated concreted section which I would have been built in 1969 when most of the estate was built.

    The brook runs through the two sections and opens up between the railway line and the slip road for the M56 westbound. It then disapears under the motorway. This runs for about 60 metres and reappears out at the roundabout for the motorway.

    ive been going here a lot lately mainly to practice light-painting and different techniques with an slr i purchased some time ago,id never really taken it underground before so this was the perfect place to practice,id been here before back in 2010 with kevsy21 and tcci....nice and chilled (although last time i visited it was lashing it down and flowing really fast)

    visited with tcci,mr b and the mule....




    backlit with a led floodlight and lined the tunnel with tealight candles


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