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UER Forum > Canada: Alberta / BC > Under the Garden City: Victoria B.C. secret tunnels. (Viewed 1353676 times)
A. Lien 


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< Reply # 3700 on 4/28/2015 6:07 AM >
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Interesting octagon downtown. There's some hollow spots below the parking near the Junk Store. Odd mix of stuff in the area. The Mexican Restaurant; looks like they had a fire, now gutted and renos started.

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Yes, time for discussion, since there's been so little on this thread

If you read the lines, then read between them, lot's of clues. One example of a real tunnel: The Empress smoke show... Yep, Sum Bin Doun. Well, I heard his bro has...


very wise words from one of the greats....took your advise and think we maybe onto something substantial yet a little less talked about, if your still around the garden city, I would love to buy you a beer sometime.




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< Reply # 3702 on 4/30/2015 1:14 AM >
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Is that right by the johnson street bridge?




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Is that right by the johnson street bridge?


Yea I don't think it's the spot we looked at...that looks closer to the whale wall...I looked in again driving by and it looked like they were tunneling under the road.....maybe for new drainage or sewer?




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Yea I don't think it's the spot we looked at...that looks closer to the whale wall...I looked in again driving by and it looked like they were tunneling under the road.....maybe for new drainage or sewer?


Oh weird. we will have to take another look i guess. That kind of looks like its a giant footing of some sort.



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Oh weird. we will have to take another look i guess. That kind of looks like its a giant footing of some sort.


Was thinking they are building a entrance to a drain looks like a manhole with a ladder coming out?...would support my earlier theory of why they were tunneling under the road?.....I could be completely wrong though hard to tell size by the picture.




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very wise words from one of the greats....took your advise and think we maybe onto something substantial yet a little less talked about, if your still around the garden city, I would love to buy you a beer sometime.


Hey, thanks Brandon, would be cool. Others in the group were bolder than I, and better at research; but something worked. We all contributed. Imo, UE is really about the passion we feel as individuals. Then when a group has the same interest, things can get amazing.

We were lucky, K K brought it all together, then we hit the streets on many levels. Okay, pardon old guy rant. Cool you and others are keeping the spirit going. I'm always looking at abandoned houses, (often getting in; cheap thrill) and holes in the ground etc. An odd sickness O.o. Wouldn't ever want to be healed, lol.





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Was thinking they are building a entrance to a drain looks like a manhole with a ladder coming out?...would support my earlier theory of why they were tunneling under the road?.....I could be completely wrong though hard to tell size by the picture.


(J-VIC) You know I can't give the exact location, but have a burrito, and you might be in a Lucky area. Walking or on a bike you'll see way more than in the car.

It looks like a ladder leading into a hole. Reason is because it's a ladder leading into an octabong shaped whole. Cheers

Clue word of the day is: 'caisson'




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My sister is Charlotte Light and Dark. Who am I?

Farewell and thank you... "I was doing something that I thought could have some impact someday. In many ways, it's really these photographs that kept me going creatively." Dennis Hopper
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(J-VIC) You know I can't give the exact location, but have a burrito, and you might be in a Lucky area. Walking or on a bike you'll see way more than in the car.

It looks like a ladder leading into a hole. Reason is because it's a ladder leading into an octabong shaped whole. Cheers

Clue word of the day is: 'caisson'




haha ya my bad. Ive just been keeping an eye on the construction around there and they dug a fairly deep and wide hole. Didnt see anything interesting in it. But was curious what that big of a hole was for.

But now i know hahaha thanks man.



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Me and brandon250 went out last night on the hunt for something we think we are getting closer and closer to. Here is a few pics from our adventure.

This is probably the deepest hole we have found yet
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Another random drain we found
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Wasn't that the one in Ross bay?




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Wasn't that the one in Ross bay?


Nope not ross bay, this guys a fair bit deeper then ross bay!




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Hey, thanks Brandon, would be cool. Others in the group were bolder than I, and better at research; but something worked. We all contributed. Imo, UE is really about the passion we feel as individuals. Then when a group has the same interest, things can get amazing.

We were lucky, K K brought it all together, then we hit the streets on many levels. Okay, pardon old guy rant. Cool you and others are keeping the spirit going. I'm always looking at abandoned houses, (often getting in; cheap thrill) and holes in the ground etc. An odd sickness O.o. Wouldn't ever want to be healed, lol.




That's what it's all about team work....more heads together the better imo....as long as everyone is on the same page haha.

I'm with you on the sickness it's almost an addiction every time I see a whole in the ground or abandoned building I'm all over it haha, I just wish I was into this a couple years ago when the gcg crew was in full effect!




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Not at all, lol. You guys are finding amazing stuff. Man, the vertical ladder drain in #3 is tight. Wonder what's down there. Always be air aware! [BE AWAIR] A place in town rents detectors. PM if interested in details. I think they've come way down in price though. Ninja Klutz bought one, then sold I think.





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haha ya my bad. Ive just been keeping an eye on the construction around there and they dug a fairly deep and wide hole. Didnt see anything interesting in it. But was curious what that big of a hole was for.

But now i know hahaha thanks man.






My sister is Charlotte Light and Dark. Who am I?

Farewell and thank you... "I was doing something that I thought could have some impact someday. In many ways, it's really these photographs that kept me going creatively." Dennis Hopper
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I think you can get these really cheap detectors for about 50$ a pop, where each one detects a certain gas. Downside is they only last a couple years. I can't think of the name right now, but Luigi could probably tell you.




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I think you can get these really cheap detectors for about 50$ a pop, where each one detects a certain gas. Downside is they only last a couple years. I can't think of the name right now, but Luigi could probably tell you.


Or your could ask Peterman where he got his.

On a side note, I can't believe this thread is 10 years old, and still kicks.




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Or your could ask Peterman where he got his.

On a side note, I can't believe this thread is 10 years old, and still kicks.



Ya i was also surprised to see that it is still going. I am pretty new around here, but trying to keep it going.

We are on a massive hunt for the bedrock tunnels haha. Feel like we are getting closer. So many hours of research. I love it!




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Not at all, lol. You guys are finding amazing stuff. Man, the vertical ladder drain in #3 is tight. Wonder what's down there. Always be air aware! [BE AWAIR] A place in town rents detectors. PM if interested in details. I think they've come way down in price though. Ninja Klutz bought one, then sold I think


Thanks man we are trying! Ya we are playing it super safe. Only looking for now. Once we find what we are looking for we will look into the detectors. We have always been the type to research a spot as much as possible before entering.

We should definitely get together some time to talk tunnels and what not though.




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Anyone know anything about portable air monitoring devices for confined spaces? Anyone know the best model/brand to buy? Don't want to pay too much, but want something I know will work.

While I'm on the topic anyone have any safety tips/bad experiences to learn from?
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Posted by A. Lien
Not at all, lol. You guys are finding amazing stuff. Man, the vertical ladder drain in #3 is tight. Wonder what's down there. Always be air aware! [BE AWAIR] A place in town rents detectors. PM if interested in details. I think they've come way down in price though. Ninja Klutz bought one, then sold I think.


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I think you can get these really cheap detectors for about 50$ a pop, where each one detects a certain gas. Downside is they only last a couple years. I can't think of the name right now, but Luigi could probably tell you.


Posted by KublaKhan
Or your could ask Peterman where he got his.

On a side note, I can't believe this thread is 10 years old, and still kicks.




Yeah, I got three Honeywell BW Clip 2 Year Single Gas Detectors CO2/H2S/O2.

I ordered my monitors off of gassniffer.com "sale price" of $99.00 plus taxes and duties, I think in the end I still got a better deal than from a local dealer, that being said if I were to do it again I may try harder to find a local dealer to go through. The advantage of these monitors other than the price, is a monkey could operate it, there is no need for calibration/calibration gas, no need for charging the battery, you have a high level and low level alarm it displays the percentages when the alarm is sounding, you have a visual LED, vibrating, and audible alarm. Although according to gassniffer.com most in industry don't with the disposable monitors, you do have the ability to bump test it with calibration gas.

Definitely recommend the Honeywell BW clip single monitors and Honeywell in general.

Had the low level O2 alarm go off a couple times now.

Would be interested to know what Peterman invested in, I may want to upgrade in the future, or if anyone else has input on air monitoring devices I would be interested.

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Good to know, thanks for the advise think I'm definitely going to invest in some!





Yeah, I got three Honeywell BW Clip 2 Year Single Gas Detectors CO2/H2S/O2.

I ordered mine monitors off of gassniffer.com "sale price" of $99.00 plus taxes and duties, I think in the end I still got a better deal than from a local dealer, that being said if I were to do it again I may try harder to find a local dealer to go through. The advantage of these monitors other than the price, is a monkey could operate it, there is no need for calibration/calibration gas, no need for charging the battery, you have a high level and low level alarm it displays the percentages when the alarm is sounding, you have a visual LED, vibrating, and audible alarm. Although according to gassniffer.com most in industry don't with the disposable monitors, you do have the ability to bump test it with calibration gas.


Definitely recommend the Honeywell BW clip single monitors and Honeywell in general.

Had the low level O2 alarm go off a couple times now.

Would be interested to know what Peterman invested in, I may want to upgrade in the future, or if anyone else has input on air monitoring devices I would be interested.

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