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Report - Buxton Culvert 2 - Sept 2011



paulpowers

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Starting on Lightwood road the entry was easy into the culvert and straight away it was different to all the other culverts in the area.
The roof started with poured cement and steal beams but ahead I could see a brick arch

The brick section lasted for about 100 foot and gave way for a rough rock construction that was stoopy and knee deep


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Getting out there were two small stoopy box culverts then an arched bridge into the park

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If your ever in the area check it out, it's only a twenty minute walk but has some interesting features :thumb
 

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