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Safe places for activities in the dark? (not dogging obvs ;) )

Discussion in 'Sports and Activities' started by Zylo, Nov 9, 2020.

  1. tek-monkey

    tek-monkey wanna see my snake?

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    I seem to remember turning round on this run at puddles under a bridge? Obviously a lot depends on the weather the last few days though.

    https://www.strava.com/activities/4374853775
     
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  2. Zylo

    Zylo Well-Known Forumite

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    Bridge is fine, It's where there's a gate that goes onto the field at the side, and a little walkway gate, it's hard to explain

    Don't think it's far from the farm/gnosall at all, wouldn't like to run through that mind you walking was bad enough so you'll have to try and see ; )
     
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  4. Zylo

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    Looks about right, that could be mystery solved haha, you can also see the 1st bit i'm on about if you go a bit backwards, next to building again

    it's all good fun until you go through there and have to walk back through town looking like you've been in a mudbath

    I'll go again soon and i'll take a photo of what I mean, not that it's that much of a big problem! just been playing on my mind trying to remember exactly where it was, but that looks as close to it as i've seen!
     
  5. Withnail

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    If the rain has been real bad, the entire section from the M6 bridge toward Stafford is calf/ankle-deep in water for at least 300m.
     
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    That's something to look forward too, I wonder if the actual railway use to flood?
     
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    Titfield

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