East Bay Tunnel

East Bay Tunnel

We found the point-of-entry for this dark damp tunnel on a previous adventure and decided we needed to do it one day. After psyching ourselves up for what doom may lay in this underground tunnel, we proceeded in. This was my first adventure in an underground tunnel, and once down there it was oddly calming. It’s a weird feeling to be looking up through a storm grate and see cars above you [See article thumbnail]. Important note: though many people cannot tell the difference, this is not a sewer. At least, not in the sanitary-system sense. These don’t carry waste water from toilets or buildings, they carry fresh storm water so streets don’t flood. Still, the water isn’t “clean” but it’s about as safe as a puddle on a street during a rainy day, for what it’s worth.

October 21, 2013 at 9:41 am | Graffiti Yards, Urban Ex

 

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