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Thread: West Park Service Tunnels - Feb 2010

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    Quote Originally Posted by mookster View Post
    weren't prepared in the slightest equipment-wise as it was a last-minute decision to do the tunnels, although we only spent a short time down there....so if I die in 30 years time I'll know what caused it the majority of the pipework is still fine down there but there are some seriously disturbed patches
    I am sure you will be OK Mooks, people with short term exposure rarely experience problems.
    I feel sorry for the poor bastards who worked down there back in the day!
    The dampness down there helps, and most of the particles are probably just normal dust. (hopefully!)
    You will live to a ripe old age don't worry. :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by professor frink View Post
    I am sure you will be OK Mooks, people with short term exposure rarely experience problems.
    I feel sorry for the poor bastards who worked down there back in the day!
    The dampness down there helps, and most of the particles are probably just normal dust. (hopefully!)
    You will live to a ripe old age don't worry. :)
    yeah I pity the people who spent their days down there its a horrible environment, damp, dark, claustrophobic...not nice at all
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