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Re: bay area drains!
<Reply # 80 on 7/15/2014 5:18 PM >
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Nothing new to contribute but when I first came across this thread months ago I was impressed with all the storm drains and tunnels being explored! Glad I got to explore a bunch that were posted in here

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nonconmat location:
in yr tunnelz
 
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Re: bay area drains!
<Reply # 81 on 7/19/2014 2:32 AM >
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Posted by pgathriller
fun wackiness


This extravagance was all set up for one night, and most of it was responsibly torn down and taken out in subsequent nights. I hear it was a hell of a party! Just happened to be down there the night after, when they were cleaning up and some of the glowsticks were still glowin'.

Without question the best drain I've been in around here, ease of access considered. If anybody wants to visit it PM me, I know it pretty well. The swing pictured is still there, and we can get pho after crawling out our exit lid!



giffomancer location:
Santa Cruz
 
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Re: bay area drains!
<Reply # 82 on 8/1/2014 4:18 PM >
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Awesome pictures! I really like 3. Drains always seem so cool! I'm with tunnelbug on this one too. I've never been in a drain tunnel, but if all of them are like this one, then my next goal is to find one




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Evilbunny location:
San Leandro,Ca
 
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Re: bay area drains!
<Reply # 83 on 8/2/2014 2:03 AM >
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Went drain boarding in the dark to explore my new city we were maybe half a mile on our way back some homeless guy sticks his head in must of heard us and just starts shouting doodledooodledoodle and then crawls into the drain next to ours. shady as fuck in the ghetto







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Clostridium location:
SF Bay Area
 
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Re: bay area drains!
<Reply # 84 on 8/2/2014 3:21 AM >
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Pretty short tunnel system that Evilbunny and I poked around with a bit back.


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The ghetto's not that bad honestly. I've only gotten robbed once.



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San Leandro,Ca
 
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Re: bay area drains!
<Reply # 85 on 8/2/2014 10:47 AM >
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Posted by Clostridium
Pretty short tunnel system that Evilbunny and I poked around with a bit back.


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The ghetto's not that bad honestly. I've only gotten robbed once.
Shit now the government has proof I guess it's tin foil time.
Can't really talk about the ghetto the worst I have been to is fruitvale.



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Re: bay area drains!
<Reply # 86 on 8/3/2014 5:46 AM >
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After seeing all of the cool tunnels, I felt inspired to find one to explore myself. I found a local drainage tunnel. Me and some of my friends went down it for about ten minutes before finding a homeless man and a couple of dead birds. It was pretty creepy! Here are some pictures that I took. Sorry about the poor quality. I took the pictures on my phone.

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5. We found a bike with a flat tire about three quarters of the way down.


6. We started seeing more and more dead birds as we got closer to the homeless dude.






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romainpp location:
I'm in your area
 
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Re: bay area drains!
<Reply # 87 on 9/8/2014 6:18 PM >
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I don't think anybody posted photos of this one before. It's located in Peninsula and is very recent (built in 2002). Nothing really amazing compared to the other ones in this thread (nonconmat agrees with me), almost no graffitis, but it's still large enough to walk inside, and it's a good photo opportunity.


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giffomancer location:
Santa Cruz
 
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Re: bay area drains!
<Reply # 88 on 9/8/2014 9:01 PM >
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Posted by romainpp
I don't think anybody posted photos of this one before. It's located in Peninsula and is very recent (built in 2002). Nothing really amazing compared to the other ones in this thread (nonconmat agrees with me), almost no graffitis, but it's still large enough to walk inside, and it's a good photo opportunity.

https://farm4.staticflickr.com/3848/15177794841_67b1be0115_c.jpg
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Woah! It's so clean! I wish more tunnels looked like that.



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Evilbunny location:
San Leandro,Ca
 
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Re: bay area drains!
<Reply # 89 on 9/9/2014 2:33 AM >
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Posted by romainpp
I don't think anybody posted photos of this one before. It's located in Peninsula and is very recent (built in 2002). Nothing really amazing compared to the other ones in this thread (nonconmat agrees with me), almost no graffitis, but it's still large enough to walk inside, and it's a good photo opportunity.

https://farm4.staticflickr.com/3848/15177794841_67b1be0115_c.jpg
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Looks pretty great. Be interested in showing me around?




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always_exploring   |  | 
Re: bay area drains!
<Reply # 90 on 9/11/2014 4:45 PM >
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Posted by romainpp
I don't think anybody posted photos of this one before. It's located in Peninsula and is very recent (built in 2002). Nothing really amazing compared to the other ones in this thread (nonconmat agrees with me), almost no graffitis, but it's still large enough to walk inside, and it's a good photo opportunity.



nice find! I've never been in a drain that looked quite like that



always_exploring   |  | 
Re: bay area drains!
<Reply # 91 on 10/13/2014 9:45 PM >
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Finally found this one yesterday! It's nicknamed the spirit drain and for good reason too, I swear I kept hearing voices of other people down there but we were there for a couple hours and it was def just us...


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Re: bay area drains!
<Reply # 92 on 10/27/2014 8:15 PM >
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I can't believe I missed that drain before, it's possibly the closest from where I live but I didn't expect it to be so big. It's all concrete like the rest of them but it has a very nice acoustic, and I enjoyed the art gallery inside.




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superphoenix location:
New York City
 
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Re: bay area drains!
<Reply # 93 on 12/4/2014 5:25 AM >
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You guys have some seriously amazing drains. Like, damn.



pgathriller location:
San Mateo, Ca
 
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Re: bay area drains!
<Reply # 94 on 12/4/2014 6:59 PM >
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Posted by romainpp

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I've seen a few unfinished graffiti pieces in that tunnel, looking like a few people left that tunnel in a hurry...



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Re: bay area drains!
<Reply # 95 on 12/4/2014 7:31 PM >
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Posted by pgathriller


I've seen a few unfinished graffiti pieces in that tunnel, looking like a few people left that tunnel in a hurry...


Interesting, this looked like a calm tunnel to me. I even encountered a 6-people choir enjoying the lovely drain acoustic on a Monday evening, they didn't look like they were in a hurry

Maybe graffers just ran out of paint?



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Re: bay area drains!
<Reply # 96 on 12/5/2014 8:29 AM >
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This is really exciting!! I love the storm drains



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Nor-Cal
 
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Re: bay area drains!
<Reply # 97 on 12/5/2014 4:49 PM >
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Re: bay area drains!
<Reply # 98 on 12/6/2014 8:36 AM >
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Posted by TRUE


Thanks for sharing TRUE. I was back there no so long ago and was pleased to see some new interesting art had returned. It was a shame when the buffer came through a while back and cleaned up the place. That "Bondage & Torture" one by an artist called Baer is pretty amazing if you really look at it. I have it as my computer wallpaper at work. So far nobody has complained about it inappropriate.



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Re: bay area drains!
<Reply # 99 on 12/6/2014 9:29 AM >
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So beautiful the art. I love this I must go after seeing this! I wonder what it looks like right now with the storm going on.



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