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post by Artemis   |  | 
Re: Vancouver Island Draining
<Reply # 60 on 2/25/2016 10:37 PM >

Posted by TacDical
I feel like Duncan may have a walkable or backbreaker at the least storm drain, very recently put in


Ohhh???? Tac, you are gangster old school. Love to see pics soon ;)


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post by Mystics   |  | 
Re: Vancouver Island Draining
<Reply # 61 on 3/27/2016 3:19 AM >

Probably hundreds of photos of this location already but here are a few of my selections to bump this thread. If the Hall Of Wonders is a fair representation of Garden City sanitary sewers then I look forward to further exploration.
















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post by htp123   |  | 
Re: Vancouver Island Draining
<Reply # 62 on 3/27/2016 3:31 AM >

Welcome! Glad to see this get a bump.

That's no sanitary sewer, but we do have explorable sanitary sewers.

Also, someone has been writing over the evolution graf recently. I know that's the nature of things, but please don't.


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post by IronDavyFlint   |  | 
Re: Vancouver Island Draining
<Reply # 63 on 3/27/2016 4:32 AM >

Your Mom's Hall of Wonders! Arizona Ice Tea! Acid! Vancouver Drains! what more could I ask for!? too bad I don't live on the west coast no mo


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post by Artemis   |  | 
Re: Vancouver Island Draining
<Reply # 64 on 4/2/2016 4:39 AM >

Posted by htp123
Welcome! Glad to see this get a bump.

That's no sanitary sewer, but we do have explorable sanitary sewers.

Also, someone has been writing over the evolution graf recently. I know that's the nature of things, but please don't.


Yeah, last time Hack, and I were down there ( a month ago ) we noticed the same issues. You would think something of this skill level of art would be respected and left alone, There are plenty of open clean spots to hit up!

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post by reduxzero   |  | 
Re: Vancouver Island Draining
<Reply # 65 on 5/24/2016 3:59 AM >

Back on the Island. Wanted to check this one out since last winter, it did not disappoint. 98 years old.




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post by htp123   |  | 
Re: Vancouver Island Draining
<Reply # 66 on 5/24/2016 5:42 AM >

Damn~ Nice find.

Despite having "rain forest", I didn't think we had anything this big.

Any hints on length? Does it keep going at that height?


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post by reduxzero   |  | 
Re: Vancouver Island Draining
<Reply # 67 on 5/26/2016 12:00 AM >

No, it's only a super culvert, maybe 100m long. But nifty.


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post by HackTheRipper   |  | 
Re: Vancouver Island Draining
<Reply # 68 on 5/26/2016 3:44 AM >

Wasn't this the one on the lower end of the Bowker System? It's a pretty cool tunnel.


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post by brandon250   |  | 
Re: Vancouver Island Draining
<Reply # 69 on 5/26/2016 5:00 AM >

Posted by HackTheRipper
Wasn't this the one on the lower end of the Bowker System? It's a pretty cool tunnel.


I don't think there is anything that big on the south island? Definitely not bowker though.


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post by Artemis   |  | 
Re: Vancouver Island Draining
<Reply # 70 on 7/16/2016 2:00 PM >

Yeah, definitely not Bowker.. Such A beautiful Tunnel though!


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post by htp123   |  | 
Re: Vancouver Island Draining
<Reply # 71 on 7/24/2016 7:31 PM >

Let's keep going with big culverts.

T-rex trap:


Also I love rock:




Strange hatch in this one, no idea what was/is for:




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post by reduxzero   |  | 
Re: Vancouver Island Draining
<Reply # 72 on 7/27/2016 5:04 AM >

Oh ho, nifty. Like that first one, huge concrete!


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post by htp123   |  | 
Re: Vancouver Island Draining
<Reply # 73 on 8/17/2016 2:33 AM >

Been wanting to take this shot for a while, but the timing is a bit tricky.

I love the colours in that place.



Also, bioluminescent eels!




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post by Shazam   |  | 
Re: Vancouver Island Draining
<Reply # 74 on 8/19/2016 3:40 AM >

Sweet pics, you've probably taken the best pics on this and the garden city thread.


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post by htp123   |  | 
Re: Vancouver Island Draining
<Reply # 75 on 8/19/2016 4:16 AM >

Posted by Shazam
Sweet pics, you've probably taken the best pics on this and the garden city thread.


Thank you!

I suspect if it seems like that though, it's only because the other guys are holding back on their good stuff or didn't have modern cameras at the time.

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post by htp123   |  | 
Re: Vancouver Island Draining
<Reply # 76 on 9/17/2016 4:56 PM >

Another victim of Saanich's War on Wood.



(Before: http://www.uer.ca/...rrpage=3&pp#post42)

They also disconnected the sewage line that was running along the ceiling, and it now just vomits shit:





Some interesting aesthetics though.




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post by TunnelSnakesRULE   |  | 
Re: Vancouver Island Draining
<Reply # 77 on 10/29/2016 11:35 PM >

Hi UER! I discovered this site awhile back while trying to track down Victoria's elusive tunnels. My friend and I were able to find the "Hall of Wonders" thanks to the garden city thread and since then have tracked down several exciting storm drains around town. Can't wait to find more!
Without further ado, here's a couple of shots from our recent expedition to the Douglas Darkie:










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post by htp123   |  | 
Re: Vancouver Island Draining
<Reply # 78 on 10/30/2016 4:40 PM >

Did you relight the old candles in there or bring your own?

Welcome and stay dry!


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post by Luigi   |  | 
Re: Vancouver Island Draining
<Reply # 79 on 2/7/2017 5:29 AM >

http://www.pwtrenc...ictoria-sewer.html


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