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Report - Noose's Spate, Rochdale - April 15

concreteJungle

28DL Regular User
Regular User
#1
A small watercourse near Rochdale flows in an easterly direction into the River Spodden. A stone dressed outfall leads to a vaguely circular tunnel around 4ft and later opens up to brick arch around 5ft tall. I managed to get around 150m before a downpour from a shaft above removed my desire to continue.

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There's potentially more to be seen with a way of getting past without getting absolutely soaked.
 

The Lone Ranger

Safety is paramount!
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#11
Very nice, you can't beat a good stoop every now and then. Great pics too :thumb