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Report - Ouseburn Culvert Newcastle 2/6/07



xm657

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Thanks to the NE members I finanally found where this was, just about 50 yards from the pub I often have lunch in but I never realised.

Ouseburn culvert is basically a covered river through a bit of steep valley reclaimed by infilling. It was also used as a WW2 air raid shelter. The tunnel is so large water never fills it up so a second story concrete floor was added to the top half of the tunnel which is what can be explored now.

Here's some pictures from inside.

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There are random holes in the floor to catch out the unwary, only a small drop but into a small sewer than runs along site the surface water drain beneath the upper floor.

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Pure shite!
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Vintage Pepsi - best before date was 1993
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Some chav has clearly nicked his sisters Dora the Explorer torch - or is that Dora the Urban Explorer?

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Re: Ouseburn Culvert Newcastle Report 2/6/07

Here's my contributions to this visit:

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