LocationToronto, ON
Size/Type2500mm RCP
Drain TypeStormwater
FeaturesDrop-shaft, plunge pool
AOTU Rating
Discovered ByAngels of the Underground
First Documented
Angels of the Underground
AOTU Members present for exploration:
Ignavus & Rico

Friends of AOTU present for exploration: None

Photographs by: Ignavus & Rico

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Draining its contents into the Humber River with some interesting graffiti around the outfall (hence the name), this drain really only has one feature; a rather large 4 storey chamber with plunge pool. There is a large elevation change between the outfall and normal stormwater drains in the surrounding area, thus the feature. Within the chamber itself are two RCPs (1500mm?) and one CMP dumping their contents into the pool below, and the sound is deafening! The RCPs follow local roads in the area and were not explored any further.
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