Report - Byker Culvert, Newcastle-upon-Tyne - July 2013

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Aug 30, 2011
Stoke on Trent
Visited with JasperB, Nic81 and The Stig

Concrete culvert constructed between 1907-1911 carrying the Ouseburn underneath the suburb of Heaton. Runs for a total length of 2150 ft and built at a cost of £23,000. The south end lies underneath Ouseburn Viaduct, some of which has been paved over and is used for horse riding.
Huge thanks to these guys for taking us there, it was a lot of fun and always good to get the waders back on (massively not needed here!). Load of poops to walk through, how can you say no!










Thanks for looking :thumb
Likes: Goirad

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