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General - Irwell Bury report 30 aug 2015

colin johnston

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#1
Whilst looking for a lost 1 year old white cat, decided to look at irwell river in bury, next to RRG/Ford junction.
Went upstream and discovered a tributary leading off under a old mill i think.
Went to other side downstream, seems under road junction access only part way due to design maybe
saw 3ft outflow next to weir as well
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FreshFingers

Choose life, choose tunnels
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#4
Found this whilst looking for a cat ay, curiosity got the better of you? Hope the cat didn't get curious too, we know what happens then.

( Hope cat was found :thumb )
 

colin johnston

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#9
tried to get into bridge from downstream this evening but lots of metal fences blocked way, pics towards bridge going upstream and small tiny outflow pipe from industrial area
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upstream was a little more interesting nr to new fire station found leftovers of cotton mill and bricked up outflow and rivermap of history of local area
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Bolts

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#10
At the moment you're just walking along a river mate, it's a good way of finding things but it's hardly worth a report.
Try getting down one of the outfalls you've seen
 

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