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Report - Repeat0r (Drain), September 2011.


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Repeat0r (Drain)

At just under 5ft this unassuming RCP pokes out from underneath a low bridge/footpath

Again it was one of those recces I had just never bothered to take a closer look at until now..

The river flows through this culverted section stretching from the outfall which snakes underground for approx half a mile before reaching a grilled infall

Along the way several manholes, a catchment pit an interesting junction with stairs, another junction upstream with a 2ft connecting surface drain and a long section of CMP before reaching the infall

But before you get to see all that stuff it's a long slog through a stoopy, repetitive concrete pipe!



Barely a 5ft RCP which connects the various features before leading to the infall


Mid Junction - Here a lesser stream joins the river


Upper Junction - Here a 2ft connecting drain, with an adjoining section of CMP


CMP - This was around 200 yards long before reaching the infall




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