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Report - Bunker, Warrington - June 2017

Mr Spiderpig

28DL Member
28DL Member
#1
Afternoon.....

Thought I'd post up a visit to Bunker from a couple of weeks ago... Admittedly it left me on crutches for a few weeks however was back down there today.......

Anyway... The reason for post is more a query to see if anyone has a map of the system or where the ends of it are.....Ideally the Swirl Chamber & where the tunnels after the big Staircase end up! We went through a fair few of them backbreaking tunnels and decided to turn back....

We tried to get a GPS or Phone signal at various manhole covers along the way to try and work out our position however had no joy...

Obviously a PM with a map or location of the other ends would be better than in public :)

Anyway.... Photos on my phone camera... No fancy effects... Just walking in the dark...

http://imgur.com/a/8gNai

Enjoy
 

pastybarm

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28DL Full Member
#4
I agree, be nice to see the pics in the thread. The H & S pet peeve side of me has a question for the OP, in that photo of the manhole with no ladder and the no ladder sign, I have looked closely and cannot see a grate or anything beneath it to prevent a unfortunate would be explorer or workman from going a over t down into whatever lies beneath. Presumably the manhole is very secure at the top, if not, it seems a bit foolhardy of UU to leave it unsecured, given liability lawsuits and no win, no fee chaser adverts you see on the telly. Anyone know if there are any measures to prevent access? Cheers, pb
 

pastybarm

28DL Full Member
28DL Full Member
#6
thanks for the reply paul, that clears it up. Must be a big one and scally proof then, knowing the north west:-)
 

pastybarm

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28DL Full Member
#12
Sounds like this serenity person forgot the first rule of Drain Club to me! Explorers ratting on explorers....a crock of s***e!!!!
 

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