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Explored with two non-members

 

Over the last year also, myself and a few drainers in Leicester have been scanning all the towns and cities in the midlands for new drains. After a few failed nights in various cities, we headed down to Milton Keynes. What we found down there is far beyond anything Leicester has to offer.

Not much to say about the place, simple storm drainage. But with some impressive inflows and a sump at the end. There is an issue with O2, I would strongly recommend taking a 4gas with you, should you jump down this one. The O2 levels went down to 19.8%, and that had dropped by 5% in 10 minutes with just two of us there.

 

Now for the pics

 

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Nice stuff km m8ty . Some good shots there . Love the pic 8 shot. Like the pit offa star wars lol good stuff 

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