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Dreadnaught Storm Drain, Bristol

Built in 1974 the ‘dreadnaught’ storm drain runs from Bishopsworth through to an outfall on the diverted stream of the river Avon in Bedminster. The drain runs almost parallel with the Souther foul water interceptor.

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4 comments

  1. Places like this are always lost in the echos of history

  2. Well it seems 75%/25% in spell it with an A. Not sure I’m that bothered if I’m honest 😀

  3. Should be spelt DREADNOUGHT, it is also known as the The Malago Storm Water Interceptor.

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