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Exploration Journal: Gwynn’s Run Storm Sewer Interceptor

In Urban Exploration - Drains/Sewers by Ronnie K0 Comments

The writers discovery of Gwynns Falls Run Storm Sewer Interceptor Drain was a mix of casual topographical and historical research.  Assessing the topographical features, its existence as a sizable tunnel was one that just “made sense”. Not only, the initial reconnaissance trip was one that was just such a huge success. Safe and inconspicuous parking was stumbled upon next to …

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M.J.MM Storm Sewer

In Urban Exploration - Drains/Sewers by Ronnie K

Drains McMechen respectively, including Mosher and John. Was relieved by Druid Hill/ North Avenue Intercepter. It varies in size from an arched culvert 12 feet wide and 15 feet high to a circle 4 feet 6 inches in diameter. Drains out the Rutters Run Lateral. An old, forgotten, buried yet ever present stream. Extensive system with 2 significant junction chambers. …