A comedy boat trip, putrid slippery mud and shoals of crazed fish lay below the stairs.
Finding this place took a long time, entry required an ingenious combination of talents, and the reward was one of the most interesting and varied tunnels I’ve ever seen with countless straw stalactites and a treacle coloured floor.
Half a mile into the Frome culvert we passed a mud beach on which a gigantic otter lay. The creature led us all the way down to the Stonegate screen.
All that matters is you Go In Big Drains…
An afternoon splashing around under Bristol, from the grimness of the Northern Foul Water Interceptor to the expansive Frome culverts.
Taunton has an underworld – who’d have thought it! The newly-christened Law and Order culvert (owing to the pillars of the establishment under which it passess) is only short, but packs in several different features along it’s length. A first … Continue reading
…above the stilling basin. Big ups to Eotech.
The New Cut, from inside the Dreadnought.
sayeth the Orbz.. Agent Nut venturing somewhat unwillingly down Rednought, Brisitol.
A trip along the Markeaton Interceptor storm drain, dubbed “Captain Birds Eye’s Flo Selecta” by the original explorers. It had been a long time since I last explored a Derby drain (1984 to be exact!).
Dreadnought, aka the Malago stormwater interceptor. Spungletrumpet heading up towards the sewage overflow. More…