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Report - Supercharger B Re-visited - April 2011.

Ojay

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Supercharger 'B' - Re-Visited

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Following on from Part A on Woodburners recent trip to Mancfester is Supercharger 'B'

Constructed circa 1909, the drain is one of the longest culverted stretches of the Gore Brook

I originally paid this place a visit with Thompski a year or so ago


We entered the Outfall in a nearby park after a short mooch up the Brook

A large brick archway which can be seen in the construction pic above and present day below

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Once inside, it gives way to a larger brick section, the first real feature is a sewer overflow, and the smell of fresh that greets you!

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Naturally we crawled through the shite filled concrete slot and stooped up the even smaller RCP to sniff some shit - Woodburner made me do it :rolleyes:

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I don't remember bothering with this the last time, so after a short st00p we found ourselves in a small CSO

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I climbed over briefly to watch the turds swim by

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We didn't hang around long, a couple of shots and back out into the main culvert which continues upstream in a sizeable brick pipe

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Woodburner insisted on floating up a tea light, so up went the ISO and out came the shutter release as the lonely light illuminated the place

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After an age of splashing about, the tunnel veared left before straightening up, ahead a sewer crossed above a larger chamber with another sewer overflow to the left

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Up the 4ft RCP we stooped again, reaching a small inspection chamber before traversing across and up some rungs into the screening chamber above

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The processor spanned the sewer, I climbed over Roland Rat, who incidentally was dead for a closer look

This place stunk, no joke the upstream end was just filling as another sewer poured it's goodies in, my eyes started to sting, time to GTFO!

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Woodburner fooked off sharpish as I packed my gear away LOL, it was a welcome to return back to the main culvert again...

More splashing about and I could hear the weir in the distance, we were close to the end now, another 5 minutes and we arrived at the falls, close to the Infall

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After climbing up the brick chamber gives way to a rather cool trapezoid like concrete box section which curves round and leads out to the Infall

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