Web
Analytics
Report - - Moonwalker Drain - Birmingham 31/01/09 | UK Draining Forum | 28DaysLater.co.uk

Report - Moonwalker Drain - Birmingham 31/01/09



TheVicar

Loyal to the Drain
Regular User
#1
I briefly visited Moonwalker a few weeks ago but ran out of time and just took a few pics which I've included here. This time, I went back and did the whole thing. Moonwalker is huge and is the most slippery bastard I've ever explored - you get more friction on ice or a polished floor than this!

To be honest, I found it slightly disappointing as you can slog on for ages without coming across any features apart from occasional breaks of daylight once in a while. The only features are basically within a couple of hundred metres from either end with a mile or more of boredom in between. Having said that, the features it does have are great. :)

IMG_4522.jpg


IMG_4521.jpg


IMG_4520.jpg


IMG_4519.jpg


IMG_4517.jpg


IMG_4516.jpg


IMG_4646.jpg


IMG_4651.jpg


IMG_4647.jpg


IMG_4649.jpg


IMG_4650.jpg


IMG_4654.jpg


IMG_4658.jpg


IMG_4660.jpg


IMG_4661.jpg


IMG_4669.jpg
 

Attachments

TheVicar

Loyal to the Drain
Regular User
#4
Cheers!

I can't believe it was well over 7 years ago when I took these pics.
Don't think this one gets many visitors tbh. It's well worth a visit though :)
 

Eight-Seven

This is not a good idea. Let's do it.
28DL Full Member
#7
Brilliant shots . Been planning on getting into drains lately (figuratively and literally) is this moonwalk one still doable? (I would assume so?)
 

Punk

Irregular Member
Regular User
#9
Loads of tasty stuff under Birmingham but sadly no one is posting drain reports at the moment
One person is, and they're epic :p

Brilliant shots . Been planning on getting into drains lately (figuratively and literally) is this moonwalk one still doable? (I would assume so?)
Like siologen said, access rarely changes. Drains are quite easy to find, look on a map for a brook or river. Follow it until you come across a gap in the blue line, go down and check it out :thumb