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Report - Fleet CSO and Storm Relief, London Dec 16 / Feb 18


more tall than ginger tho.....
Regular User
Yeah get on it Mintyjimbob!

We did the middle section late afternoon/ early evening Siologen and it wasn't too bad, well we stayed on our feet! Know what yer mean though, everyone putting washing machines on and flushing toilets. Gotta watch out for chucking out time as well. A variety of smells then! Yup done the storm relief now, certainly won't be going back. Nice long spiral stairs though upstream.


Loyal to the Drain
Regular User
Great stuff, I enjoyed that report and set of photos! :thumb
It was good to get that long middle section done in one afternoon.
I just need to get that upper section done if I can bear the stoop under the canal.


more tall than ginger tho.....
Regular User
Thanks mate, yeah and it was a long afternoon. Was well chuffed and surprised that you can walk its entire length with no dangerously deep, fast or long stoopy sections. I might mission it up them stairs near where we began one day and catch up with yer on the upstream bit


28DL Full Member
28DL Full Member
Awesome photos, I have to say that place looks and sounds terrifying, I would hate to be down there and get washed away by a flap opening up or something... :eek:

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