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Report - Gripper drain - Manchester - June 15


foul-mouthed oaf
28DL Full Member
Gripper Drain - Manchester

Well, after a period of inactivity due to a glass back and lazy arse,
I thought I'd take it back to where it all began with my first whiff of fresh 'Gripper drain'

It's a short but sweet affair, clean a whistle and with a few nice little features


The once gated outfall, with the distinctive gripper walkways on either side




can't whack a nice afternoon stroll through an arachnid infested hole in the ground



brick into concrete box section and as with most manc drains, a bit of spraycrete for effect


and with the grated infall..were done, hardly awe inspiring but still a nice wander :thumb


28" Member
Regular User
Used to love going through there as a kid.
'Witch's Tunnel' it used to be known as then.
Looks like it has been cleaned up a fair bit recently.

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