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Report - Preston Brook Culvert/M56 Drain - Runcorn - June 2011 -

Discussion in 'UK Draining Forum' started by georgie, Jul 14, 2011.

  1. georgie

    georgie He Never Even Got There
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    recent information regarding me and kevsy21's previous explore of preston book http://www.28dayslater.co.uk/forums/showthread.php?t=53828 took me back here to see what lied further upstream.

    explored solo

    after following the brook for a while i was met with a 2 way tunnel system,with the right leading under the bridgewater canal, and the left bending off with a rushing water echoing from inside.
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    i decided to take the right side first under the canal
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    leading me out below a huge concrete wall
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    the brook then flowed under railway tracks
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    stopping for a people pic
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    next was 2 large tunnels which went under the M56 motorway
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    the left side was the one that had the most water flowing through it
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    end of the line, i wasnt sure if it went any further underground the path ahead was overgrown with various shrubbery so i called it a day and decided to walk down the other tunnel and go check out the left side of the original tunnel entrance
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    the other side was a bit dryer until you got to the end
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    this is the left side of where i first started out when i took the right side
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    there was a rush of water which got me excited, a stair chamber maybe?...nahh after a short stoop it was just a pipe pissing water down from above...and a dead end
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    which led into some inspection chamber
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    it aint much i know but every hole is a goal

    thanks to mickey78 for the recent info regarding this brook​
     

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