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    Went to have a look at the last mile and a half of the Evington brook where it culverts under Leicester last winter. Its not all underground but still quite good!

    Quite a few mobile phones, keys, change and needles about in the water

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    Love it.
    I saw, and now I want to go. :p
    Are there any longer sections underground in Leics then?
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    Default Evington Brook Culverts, Leicester


    i used to paly down three when i was a kid wow not changed at all

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    Quote Originally Posted by UrbanX View Post
    Love it.
    I saw, and now I want to go. :p
    Are there any longer sections underground in Leics then?
    Not that i know of, i may be wrong though as i dont normally do culverts/drains
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