|Location||Toronto, ON |
|Size/Type||2250mm RCP, 2000 OCP, 3000mm CMP |
|Drain Type||Creekwater/Stormwater |
|Features||Massive outfall grate, oval pipes, junction rooms |
|Discovered By||Angles of the Underground |
|Angles of the Underground |
AOTU Members present for exploration:|
Umbra, Rico, Ignavus
Friends of AOTU present: none
Photographs by: Ignavus
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Draining directly into Lake Ontario, Blue Goose zig-zags its way under the neighbourhood of old Mimico. Running for roughly 2KM before it turns into a back-breaker, this particular drain has some interesting shape changes, slides, and junctions. Under lakesore road is a squashed 3000mm CMP, which then transitions to RCP and winds its way past its namesake: The Blue Goose Tavern. The drain continues to change shape and size until a size to small for us to proceed (somewhere under Islington Ave).
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