Saturday, June 9, 2012

Under Niagra

"Behind the raging horseshoe falls of Niagara there lies a secret like no other, a century old redbrick tunnel painstakingly laid. There is no recorded tally of its human cost but in 1906 it would be the biggest tunnel of its type in the world. The entry cost is a dangerous rappel through the bowels of a decrepit powerstation into this supervillain stronghold behind the crashing waterfall."

From here.

The link goes to an urban exploration site where three guys braved this site. It's quite a read, and that's quite some feat of engineering for being built in 1906. Worth a read.

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