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Report - RCP, River Kent, Kendal, October 2011

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Grim up Norf
Regular User
#1
This was my second underground explore, first with a camera though..

Unfortunately i dont have any information on this pipe other than i think it maybe some kind of overflow/storm drain that feeds into the river. Usually there is just a trickle of water flowing from the outfall, however after heavy rains it fills up quick!

Pretty featureless all in all, we got a couple of hundred metres into it at which point it becomes a smaller RCP and by the looks of it goes on and on and on and my back was fooked from trecking this far in bent over double.
I may venture back in here on a skateboard if i ever manage to find out where it goes but for now these are the pics i got..

Outfall (the last 10 or so metres of the outfall follow the slope of the embankment and its pretty steep)-

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Looking up-

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Here is the outfall from inside the pipe, to give you an idea of how much fall is on the last section-

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On the way in-

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My fellow explorer-

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Formations under a lid-

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This is as far as we got, its a backbreaker and this bit was way too small (gorillapod shadow)-

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The way back-

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And out-

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Cheers for looking :D
 

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