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Report - Preston Brook Drain - Runcorn - sep 2010

georgie

He Never Even Got There
28DL Full Member
#1
spotted this a while ago whilst out on my bike and decided to return and check it out further with kevsy21

im no drain expert and to be honest its my first one so im guessing its some sort of storm drain for the brook?

the first time i explored it the water levels was quite low but after recent heavy rains it had risen quite a lot
seems to be split up into 3 sections the first being the main big bit then it goes into a sort of concrete box structure then gets carried under the railway through a tunnel and then onto wherever..

explored with kevsy21

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grill at the other end
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leaving that section it goes through this?
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then onto a tunnel under the railway
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the last bit we came to
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