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Report - Blood Creek, Stoke on Trent - March 2015


paulpowers

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The area known as Cockster Brook is a wild park bordered by Longton South, Blurton, and the A50.

The Brook itself is now culverted under the A50 where it eventually reaches a processor and the slide.

The culvert starts out with an 8foot corrugated metal pipe and gains a reinforcement ledge at each side around 300m in and then becomes RCP.

It's slippery as fook and I almost went over about a dozen times, it's all fun and games

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Ojay

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The 2nd to last is the sewer that runs overhead, the last pic is the watercourse which continues upstream of the slide, the bit to the right of it is a screened CSO which serves the sewer

*NOTE slide first discovered by Little Mick :D
 

Oxygen Thief

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Little Mick LOL, sounds like an unfortunate Stokey chav
 

raisinwing

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The small side a while before the big'un can be a bit problematic when there's a decent flow coming through. :eek:

I'm eager to get a bit further up but still not managed to find anything that isn't miniscule further upstream.
 

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