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Report - Aye Aye Cap'n, Bolton - August 2013

concreteJungle

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This little culvert outfalls to the Croal in Bolton, it's a bit of a mashup of stone, brick and iron work. I went for a look with Snake Oil and ViralEye.

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We stooped down the older first section until the pipe turned into 5ft RCP, spurred on by the roar of water we eventually came across a small cascade.

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Around the corner we saw stone again, here a junction feds in a small brick box section. Snake Oil followed it up for some way only to report it disappearing off into the distance. The pipe on the right shrank to a 3ft RCP, this changed to a tiny stone floored spraycreted arch which I followed up for a bit, only to give up as it too stretched off with no end in sight.


I'm pretty sure it opens up again at some point, but after a solid afternoon in small culverts we were happy to call it a day.
 

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