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Report - Doctor's Culvert, Breedon On The Hill, Leicestershire - April 15'

Miss Mayhem

28DL Full Member
28DL Full Member
#1
This was a good explore with The Shepshed Diamond Back.
It was not a very big culvert or structurally sound but very nice all the same,
and a good little find : )

History

I could not find history about this culvert so apologies , but we think its Ramsley Brooke that flows
through the culvert.

The culvert itself is situated on Doctors Lane so that's what determined the name,
it starts off as a wide concrete culvert and then converts into a drain with a lot of cracks in it.
There was a second part to it at the end where it opened up and lead into another
drain but we could see the end of it and wasn't very far so we didn't proceed.

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Thanks for looking : )
 

Miss Mayhem

28DL Full Member
28DL Full Member
#3
That RCP is failing the test of time, the brick drains fair much better than some of this concrete shyte

Good effort and pics though, keep 'em coming :thumb
I agree and the brick work in culverts and the colour of them are a lot more beautiful than concrete,
thanks I defiantly prefer draining :D
 

Punk

Irregular Member
Regular User
#4
Good effort, good to hear you kept your wellies in this one ;) Cheers for sharing
 

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