LocationToronto, ON
Size/Type3200mm x 3200mm RCB, 2200mm RCP & smaller
Drain TypeCreekwater [Duncan Creek]
FeaturesShape changes, side pipe with grates (HWY 404), Oil pipeline
AOTU Rating
Discovered BySiologen
First Documented
AOTU Members present for exploration:
Umbra, Rico, & Ignavus
Friends of AOTU present: Inventor77

Photographs by: Umbra & Ignavus

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Another find/visit during Siologen's whirl-wind tour of Toronto Drains, this nice sized RCB carries Duncan Creek from the depths of suburbia towards the Don River. This creek is unique in that it flows from south to north to drain into another tributary, and eventually into the Don. The drain itself, although decent in size, is rather featureless. A side pipe which helps drain HWY 404 has many grates to let in natural light (reminiscent of Humberwood), and an oil pipeline that cuts through the RCB midway. Last but not least is a shape change from RCB to RCP (which turns into an endless bore thereafter).
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AOTU :: Drains :: Don River :: Duncan's Got Wood
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