|Size/Type||2000mm RCP, A-shape 1800, 1900mm Horseshoe|
|Features||Stone tunnel under Yonge Street, four storage chambers|
|Discovered By||A fellow named Mike|
AOTU Members present for exploration:|
Umbra, Rico, & Ignavus
Friends of AOTU present: none
Photographs by: Umbra & Ignavus
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Named after the BeltLine Railroad which originally followed portions of Yellow Creek though this part of town, this drain has many interesting features within it's winding path. A stone archway is left under Yonge St, multiple changes in pipe types from A-shaped to horseshoe and back, overflow chambers (two of them), and four large storage tanks (football field size in length) sit side-by-each connected by overflow windows. At times this drain is a killer as you hunch over to make your way to the Merorial Park tanks, but it's definitely worth all the lower back pain!
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