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Default Optimus Prime, Manchester - July 2012 - 29-07-2012, 07:54

Optimus Prime

I got bored so decided to go for a drive after work and ended up in Manchester centre and going for a wander down Prime

The sewer outfalls were pouring out clouds of mist that was attracting thousands of flies that swarmed my torches so the headlamp was out of the question.

And finally the ancient cattle bridge

Cheers for looking
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Default 29-07-2012, 13:50

nice, theres some views I've not seen from here before Is the dry bit a side tunnel?
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Default 29-07-2012, 19:40

My cattle bridge lol

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Default 30-07-2012, 06:02

Originally Posted by Snake Oil View Post
Is the dry bit a side tunnel?
The dry bit is on the left hand side of the river bank, before the infall.

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Default 30-07-2012, 19:48

yeah I always wondered if they went anywhere

they don't
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