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Gaskin Level Lead Tunnel (United Kingdom)

The level drains in to the west bank of the River Derwent, slightly downstream (south) of the footbridge at Brunswood. The level is blocked under the road.

On my visit, the only thing fitting the description was a square drain, which maybe a modified entrance as part of the river works and retaining wall structure.

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Last updated March 2nd 2014 by LeeW
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Last updated March 2nd 2014 by LeeW

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Gaskin Level Lead Tunnel belongs to the Derbyshire region.

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