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Report - The Processor, Manchester - February 2013.

Ojay

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The Processor, Manchester

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It's easy to forget that siologen discovered this place nearly a decade ago in the rain whilst "drinking Vimto 'n eating Monster Munch"

For me it's been over 3 years since I last bothered with the place..



Seems we weren't the only locals who had shown a recent interest in this place, that's right our good pikey friends have been in and rinsed the place of everything bolted down

..Including a failed attempt on one of the screening machines which had to be seen to be believed :eek:

Anyway the Moston Brook is culverted along and under much of the Vale today via a 3m RBP, with a good chunk of the downstream section buried within a large RCP

Here a few more pics as I doubt I will be going back here again...


3m RBP

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RCP section beneath Moston Vale

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CSO 1

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Inspection Chamber

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Moar RBP

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Brick vs Concrete

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Here the Moss Brook enters the culvert ahead of the 2nd CSO

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Upstream Moss Brook, located below trunk

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Entering the 2nd screening chamber the 'processor' was hanging over the overflow chamber,
unbelievable as the pikeys have tried to have this away!


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Infall - 3.5m Brick Arch

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Back @ the Outfall

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Shouts to viraleye, Stopford_lad, Tom Sherman, Marsden1002 for heading down to the vale for a poke about :thumbs
 

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