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Report - Tully Brook culvert, Worcestershire - 27/01/08

Discussion in 'UK Draining Forum' started by bubblehead, Jan 27, 2008.

  1. bubblehead

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    I was told about this place by a friend at work in the week so thought i would take the opprtunity to take a look. Originally the culvert was built to redirect the brook under the railways tracks and was then later extended during the development of a nearby trading estate.

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    looking back towards entrance.
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    On moving down the original brick lined passage i could hear lots of water falling, as i moved further in it became obvious what the source was
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    After the waterfall the structure changed to a RCP which then became more winding.
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    Finally it came out at the back of the estate
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