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Report - 36DD - Stockbridge, June 2014

paulpowers

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#1
I tried this a couple of days ago when it was lightly raining but the water level was a good 3 foot higher.

The Little Don River also known as The Porter, is a tributary of the River Don in South Yorkshire, England. Arising on the Langsett Moors in the northern Peak District, the Little Don River feeds the Langsett and Underbank Reservoirs. It runs through the town of Stocksbridge before joining the River Don.

The culvert runs under the Tata steel works
where there is a concrete floor the going is easy but at parts it's an ankle breaker, I also had company for a stretch in the shape of Barry the rat who was walking along the cables and watching what I was doing :D


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Muttley

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Good work, surprised this doesn't attract more interest.

What's happening up top these days?
 

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