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Infiltration Forums > World > Hall of Giants(Viewed 1461 times)
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Hall of Giants
< on 5/27/2014 10:47 PM >
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This is a stunning culvert considering it just runs under a field

I had a look at the infall first but that was a complete no go so I walked down to the 12x18ft brick outfall.

Pretty much straight away the depth of the water fluctuates between a couple of inches and waist deep from one step to the next, combine that with how slippy all the rocks are and it's a recipe for disaster, quite a few times I thought I was going swimming but managed to stay upright.

On with the pics

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Re: Hall of Giants
<Reply # 1 on 5/28/2014 11:01 PM >
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Very nice, especially #6.



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Re: Hall of Giants
<Reply # 2 on 6/13/2015 10:31 PM >
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Re: Hall of Giants
<Reply # 3 on 6/14/2015 12:23 AM >
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Wow great pictures!

Is this tidal? (i.e. does the water go down in low tide?)

And what's the story behind picture 4? It looks like a side pipe that has been partially filled in?

In pictures 6 and 7, is there a natural waterfall at the outfall? That looks beautiful!




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