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UER Forum > Archived Rookie Forum > Manhole's and Guessing Whats Underneath (Viewed 1800 times)
Curious_George 


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Re: Manhole's and Guessing Whats Underneath
<Reply # 20 on 6/23/2011 8:23 AM >
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Generally I don't bother opening up any manholes near curb grates as they usually only provide access to the pipe leading from the grate. Manholes in the middle of fields are generally a good bet and as a number of people have mentioned, so is looking at maps, both topographical and hydrological.

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Re: Manhole's and Guessing Whats Underneath
<Reply # 21 on 6/27/2011 8:41 PM >
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If I find an inflow that is perhaps.... 20 feet high? Does that mean the whole tunnel is that high? Seems a bit absurd. There's not very high flow. Possibly tidal halfway through, though. I'll likely pop a manhole in a linear grass lot further down, easier access...

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