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Report - Gorton falls, Manchester - Feb 08

concreteJungle

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This Culvert takes the Gore brook round and over Gorton Reservoir.

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We started at the upstream end and went a bit further upstream. There were some new looking sections from recent building works.

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Going downstream:

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Sidepipe:
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First Sign of foliage:
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Another sidepipe:
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The forest thickens:
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Frog! Was nice to see something other than root surviving down there
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You could hear the fall's roar echoing from quite some way away:
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Side pipe joining at the bottom of the falls,
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We turned round at this point as took so long wandering down, but will return to see the larger falls downstream. Was a really nice culvert with lovely brickwork, especially at the confluences. Good if your ever up for a wander in the jungle!
 

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