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Report - Worsely brook Culvert - May 2012

Camera Shy

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I can't find any reports on here for this but i'm sure it has been explored by CJ, and probs Ojay that i know of, i can't find a name for it so it's simply Worseley brook culvert unless some knows otherwise.

A short but interesting culvert, which suited me as i didn't have too much time on my hands.

The Worsley Brook flows under the Bridgwater Canal through this short culvert. The brook's flow is also diverted by a dam into another small culvert.

From the outfall, the brook travels through this large brick arch.

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2 blocked smaller tunnels are seen on the right, these may have been something to do with the canal at one time.

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Next we arrive at this arched entrance which is square once inside.

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Looking back

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Forward

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Change from square brick to arch at this junction

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Old Penstock manually operated from above ground

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Here the ceiling is low, and the water lever a bit too high to continue

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Cheers for looking :thumb
 
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