Enough time had passed since the Slightly Cross Tunnel trips with memories of roof collapses, unstable walls and wader-sucking gloop. The second tunnel section of the long-forgotten Taunton Chard canal had to be investigated. Styru and I supped a pint in … Continue reading
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
The Wiltshire location that never stops giving. We were supposed to be going draining when a last minute phone call provided a much better distraction. The first shall be last to see this one, judging by subsequent events.
A last minute field trip with a cast of many. Thanks to Big T for this one.
One of the highlights of an excellent little Cornish tin mine that is accessible at various points in a sea cliff.
Delight at the discovery of a pretty unique slice of industrial archeology was muted after my tripod pitched forward and smashed my favourite lens.
A small and inconsequential detail from the Horror Labs, Belgium, followed by the winners in perverse order…
Behind the Red Door was a whole new world of giant fans, strip lights and electric buggies. As one door closed another opened and a further eight visits was to reveal all; slowly and deliciously we gorged on the “sublime … Continue reading
…above the stilling basin. Big ups to Eotech.
Early morning over the capital, and for a short while, we were the highest two people in Europe. The sunrise viewing plan, as suggested by my super-enthusiastic companion seemed a little ambitious at the time, and once I’d recovered from … Continue reading