M, Winnham Drive looking north, where the
pipeline crosses the south coast railway line. This side of the railway
line, in the centre of the
photo, is a rough cast white marker post (see inset) with the word 'CULVERT'
inscribed on it. There is no sign of anything else on or around the railway track.
There used to be two large circular metal covers at this location and
twice a year a man used to come to the site, lift the covers, climb down
the shaft, walk through the shaft and appear on the other side of the
railway. This access was concreted in when the pipeline was
Contributor: Gary Smith - April 2007