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River lostock culverts, junction 26 bamber bridge/preston, july 31st 2013
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    Default River lostock culverts, junction 26 bamber bridge/preston, july 31st 2013

    While my me & my brother was working in the area, i got off so i could go and check these few diffrent river culverts out that i spotted a while back.
    They are not the best of culverts that i have seen over the years, but anything beats working

    They are just off station road in bamber bridge/preston and the run under the ring roads junction 26.

    I didnt have my waders or wellies so i thought fuck it, i will go in wearing a pair of old pumps that was in the van and my pants rolled up.

    I found 3 diffrent sets of culverts, im not sure if there is more ov them

    In some of my pics you will see planks of wood in the culvert, they was put there for the badgers to get from 1 side to the other




    I cant find any info on the culverts sorry

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    Like i said the wood in the pic below is for the wildlife to get to the other side







    Thanks for looking
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    Default Re: River lostock culverts, junction 26 bamber bridge/preston, july 31st 2013

    good shuot mate, nice little culvert.

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    Default Re: River lostock culverts, junction 26 bamber bridge/preston, july 31st 2013

    Not bad at all! Fell in that river once
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    Default Re: River lostock culverts, junction 26 bamber bridge/preston, july 31st 2013

    I fell in a culvert once, snapped my elbow off. I shuoted out in pain. True story.

    fuck a culvert in pumps youll get pooy ankles. CSOs flow into those all day long


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    Default Re: River lostock culverts, junction 26 bamber bridge/preston, july 31st 2013

    Quote Originally Posted by Clough View Post
    I fell in a culvert once, snapped my elbow off. I shuoted out in pain. True story.

    fuck a culvert in pumps youll get pooy ankles. CSOs flow into those all day long
    had nothing else with me just my other work shoes, so i just went for it
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