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Goliath Chamber : Guilford Avenue Junction Chamber

In Urban Exploration - Drains/Sewers by Ronnie K0 Comments

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, …

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Jonesy’s Nares : JFX Intake/Infall Tunnels

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The intake tunnels are of the modern rectangular barrel conduits like shape. They are approximately 4.5-5.5 meters (15-18ft) high and 5.5-6.0 meters (18-20ft) wide. These tunnels were constructed in the late 1950’s. There were constructed to encaspulate the river further more, to make way for the Jones Falls Expressway (JFX) / Interstate 83 which is immediately overhead. The dry weather …

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The Mouth : Jones Falls Infall Stage

In Urban Exploration - Drains/Sewers by Ronnie K

“The Jones Falls below North Avenue enters closed conveyance and flows to Harbor. During periods of extreme flooding, ponding occurs at the upper end of the conduits and water flows overland down city streets to the harbor across the proposed rail alignment. ” – Baltimore Northeast Corridor Alternative Transit Improvements Volume II This is the point prior to the Jones Falls …