Report - Big Humpty - Manchester - April 2012

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Camera Shy

Old enough to know better
Regular User
Nov 14, 2011
A quick visit here to another culverted section of the River Medlock, built in the Victorian era of brick and stone, this is a short but sweet little place, what it lacks in length it makes up for in girth ! it has a nice shape and some character to it.

It kind of looks like in inside of a snakes belly, not that i know what that looks like but you will see what i mean from the pics......

The outfall


Towards the outfall



Looking towards the infall



From the mouth of the infall


The infall itself

All in all a nice little visit, wadered up, in/out in half an hour.
Worth checking out if your passing.

Cheers for looking :thumb