Goliath Chamber : Guilford Avenue Junction Chamber

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Jones Falls Conduit - Goliath Chamber



Approximately 750-800 meters, deep inside this sewer, lies the century old chamber. Known as the Goliath Chamber, it is the Junction Chamber that converges the 2 conduits into 1. The ceiling of the sewer increases in height furthermore. Its the largest chamber in the entire subterranean system. It is simply massive. If the explorer plans on shooting any sort of video footage, then an extensive and proper lighting setup would be needed. Its that big. A century old jewel, buried deep under the city, with its citizens completely unaware of its existence beneath their feet.

Jones Falls Conduit Goliath Chamber North

Looking north from inside the Goliath Chamber, towards the end of Penn Station’s Chasm Halls

Jones Falls Conduit System
Jones Falls River Infall Stage
JFX Intake/Infall Tunnels
JFX Triple Barrel Junction Chamber
JFX Diversion Tunnels
Guilford Avenue Junction Chamber
Old Guilford Avenue Diversion Tunnel
The Original JF Conduits Proper


Many of the environments & areas presented on this website are hazardous, and were only entered on the basis of extensive training, experience and planning. Do not try to access these sites / tunnels / storm sewers , they should not be trifled with.   The intent of these pages are to provide historical documentation.  An explorer already risked their life, so that you can explore virtually from home… so stay safe, and stay away! Consider this neither a disclaimer, nor a recommendation.

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