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Report - Bunker Storm Drain, Warrington - Jan 2010

Ojay

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#1
Visited with Gone, Rookie and Jim Gillette,

Bunker drain, just outside Warrington is one of the best examples of a modern storm drain, approx 3.5 miles of RCP of varying heights, with a multitude of access points including chambers/stairs very impressive to say the least, and no less back breaking in parts. Another few trips are required on this one its massive and I know looking at other threads we have only just scratched the surface so far.

Here are just a few of the pictures I took, would highly recommend this to anyone, and I would be greatfull for any other recommendations of similar drains.:)

Thanks for looking:thumb

Interceptor.jpg


Manhole.jpg


Infall.jpg


Graffitti.jpg


RCP.jpg


StreamRcp2.jpg


Stream_Overflow.jpg


Downstream.jpg


Downstream2.jpg


Steps.jpg


Steps2.jpg


Steps3.jpg


SpaceHopper.jpg

Space Hopper!!

Chamber.jpg


Split.jpg


Junction.jpg


Moi.jpg


Me.jpg
 
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Oldskool

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looks cool down there dude wouldnt mind lighting it up myself not really into drains thou but i can see potential in this site for some interesting shots
 

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