Drains

Drain List

10th Feburary 2002

This section of the website is intended to give you a ‘virtual tour’ through most of UA City and Urbana's drains. It is not intended to encourage you to explore drains, but rather to show you what is down there so you can discover drains from the safety of your very own computer (or maybe a friend’s computer, or even the computer at uni or the local library).

The practice of exploring drains is risky, dangerous and can lead to injury and even death if you don’t know what you are doing. Thus I strongly discourage you from entering any drain. Note that in the City drain exploration is illegal.

Drain Reports - A drain report lists features in the drains

Ratings: Excellent!, Very good, Good, Average, Bad, Really bad.
Note: maps in drain guides generally do not show small curves and twists in tunnels.

10 Bucks Worth
130 Steps
172 Steps
5 Mile Creek
50th
72nd
Absalom
Abyss
Albert Park
Alien's
Anzac
Bad
Banger's
Batcave
Batcave Extension
Batcave 2
Beachside
Big Ear's
Blade's
Blue
Bob's
Bumpkinland
BURP
Burbon
Bypass
Camo's
Chameleon
Chickenpox
CIT
City
City College
City View
Clan Tomb
Coffin
Cobra's
 
Cougar's
Critts
Dight's Falls
Donaldson Creek

Dougo's Tomb
Donny
Dungeon

Dungeon South
Dwellers
Encenio Drains
Exit
Fall
Fart
Flat
Firefly's
Foch'n Beaver
Fortress
Foxhole
Flooded
Gets Bigger
Ghost Train
Glass Creek

Gobbledox
GOD
Great Stairway
Gross
Guy Fawkes
Happy Land
Herks Pillars
Holy Foot
Hexadus
Labyrinth
Lakeside
Lurgy
Macka's
Mad Max
Mega Stairway
Marz
Mawson's Creek
Maze
Mini Maze
Mitchell
Moonee Ponds
MSI - Autobahn
Mummy
Nazi
NH Pillars

N High
Nuclear
Pollouted
Pumproom
Queynbean
Rambo
Rockytop
Sandown Park 1
Scout Killer
Secret Squirrels
Showgrounds
Sick Puppys
Sin city
Skylight
Slide
Sloth's Tomb

Teaser
Trubbal
Trinitys
Turbine
Underpass
Underworld, in brief
Urbana Drains
Veggie
Others

Also the Deathstar Pit of Hell and Noahs Ark

And the sewer works

Drain Driving

Explanation of Symbols

The drain maps have been included to show where photographs have been taken. Some of the maps contain deliberate inaccuracies to prevent them from being used for navigation. At least one drain is entirely fictitious, also to prevent the maps from being used for navigation.

Indicates a problem that may be present in this drain that you should be aware of. By it's own means that the problem is not major and/or not always present but something to watch out for.
Indicates a major life threatening problem that you should be particularly aware of. Normally combined with warning symbol above.
Indicates that the drain may be subject to more than ankle deep water in the entrance or may be tidal

Map colors

Map colour Explanation
Open creek, river, lake or sea
Round concrete pipe
Square or rectangular concrete pipe
Mummy / Coffin type tunnel
Red brick arch
Red brick tunnel / pipe
Large concrete arch
Bluestone

 

Expo Reports - An Expo report, reports on an exploration trip in drains. It's more about what we did and saw than what's down there.

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