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Report - Big Humpty Re-visited, Manchester - April 2010

Ojay

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BIG HUMPTY - Re-visited By Ojay.

After having already explored this culvert back in March, I decided to go back during the daytime and get a few more shots.

Big Humpty is a culverted section of the River Medlock, a combination of Stone and Brick with construction over 100 years ago.


From the Infall to the Outfall it's a relatively short mooch around 200-300 yards, it's also quite a slippy bugger!


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Thanks for Looking :thumb
 
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