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Report - The Upper Bourne - 18/02/07

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Visited here with fellow Subsurfacer S4B.

Unfortunately the water was about 2" deeper than when we recce'd it, so the upper reaches had to be left for another day when the water is lower or when I get some thigh waders. I'll be back there soon to cover the rest.

Still getting to grips with the S5600 so be gentle!

Edwardian brick arch - looking towards the outfall

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The strange concrete buttressed section (rebuilt c. 1997 I believe)

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Looking back the other way in the buttressed section

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The original victorian arch section

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s4b looking on

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Yours truely, overexposed and out of focus heading for the exit :rolleyes:

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Getting in is easier than getting out thanks to gravity

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