LocationToronto, ON
Size/Type3 3000mm RCPs
Drain TypeCreekwater
Length600m
FeaturesInteresting outfall, caged infall
AOTU Rating
Discovered ByNormal Molly and Kowalski 
First Documented
Exploration
Normal Molly and Kowalski 
Notes
AOTU Members present for exploration:
Latest Trip: Ignavus
Older Trips: Umbra & Phaedrus
Friends of AOTU present: none

Photographs by: Umbra & Ignavus

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Not a very exciting drain, the 3 Tenors is a featureless triple 3000 RCP that simply runs under the Bayview extension and dumps part of Yellow Creek into the Don River. The infall has a spectacular cage (show above) to prevent debris from entering, and the outfall has a great view of the Prince Edward Viaduct (aka Bloor Street Viaduct) where you can watch the subway zip by (and the loud roar of the subway echo's through out the drains length).
Latest Trip


Old Trips [rocking pre-digital pics!]
AOTU :: Drains :: Don River :: The Three Tenors
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