|Size/Type||4500x2500mm RCB, 3600x2400mm RCB, 2400mm RCP, and smaller|
|Features||Large RCB, 4 juction rooms, weir, cement wall, racoons, crayfish|
AOTU Members present for exploration:|
Umbra & Ignavus
Friends of AOTU present: None
Photographs by: Ignavus & Umbra
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From the outfall, the RCB takes a sharp left and runs roughly 250m under the road before hitting the first junction. A slightly smaller RCB carries Cooksville Creek from further upstream, while the RCP drains stormwater from the area to the west. Following the meandering RCB upstream, we hit a second junction room with a small weir of no particular use. Here begins the RCP section, which continues upstream to a 3rd junction room. The RCP veers to the left and we encounter a concrete wall on one side of the RCP (encasing a sewage line?) Past the wall, we end up at our final junction room with a sealed pipe, covered grate, plunge pool, and a crayfish named Carl.
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