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Report - Bradley Brook Culvert, Standish - October 2014

Snake Oil

go in drains
Regular User
#1
Bradley Brook Culvert, Standish

Explored with ViralEye and Kenni

The second drain of the day (report to follow on the first) brought us into Standish near Wigan and was a quick 'plan B' after seeing how st00py our original target was. The entrance looked nice and tall, but within round 50' in the head height halfed with a rotting rusty steel roof which resulted in a major stoop for the next 50' ish. Once through this section a small chamber allowed us a stretch before choosing between two RCP side by side pipes that had what looked like bat boxes(???) attached to the sides for a further 100'. This led to the final chamber before the infall with two iron sewer pipes running across the width. Not a massively long culvert, but better than nothing!

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Morrisey

28DL Regular User
Regular User
#2
There are a couple more interesting little culverts within 10 mins of this that are worth looking at, plus a bonus virgin one that has yet to be explored. let me know if you're interested and i'll give you the details.
 

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