If you have been to Manchester then you almost certainly stood above secret underground spaces. Manchester is covered in hidden tunnels, ruins and huge open spaces 30 to 80ft below modern street level. Today we are literally dropping down a manhole to our first underground space..... The Victorian arches!
It really is an underground city down there and we will explore it all!!!!
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Just had a quick read up on the Manchester Victorian Arches...turns out there’s a bit more to it...
“Interestingly, the now-abandoned Victoria Arches were themselves built on top of an even older street. Its remains were covered over during an 1833 improvement scheme; yet another lost subterranean reminder of Manchester’s Victorian past”
Back down ya go boys! Ha ha! Nice work!
Hi fellers. As mancs, I'm guessing you know all about the GUARDIAN underground telecommunications network that was constructed under Manchester in the late fifties/early sixties? If not, it's well worth looking into. Start with Google image and go from there.
TIEM LINE 9:54 AREA WAS FOR FOOD STORAGE. VARIOUS AREAS HAD THEM. THE TOILES WERE IN DIFFERENT PLACES BECAUSE THE PEOPLE LIVED IN THE VARIOUS AREAS UNDERGROUND NEAR THEIR HOME MORE OR LESS THE DISTANCE. ALSO THERE ARE AREAS IF NOT BLOCKES OFF THAT WERE USED AS HOSPITALS TO CARE FOR THE SICK AND WOUNDED. TO KEEP THE PEPLE PROTECTED, THE ARCH NUMBERS WERE TO IDENTIFY THE STREET UP ABOVE SO THAT THE PEOPLE WOULD KNOW HOW FAR THEY ARE AND WHERE THEY WERE TO AVOID GETTING LOST ALSO, THE ENEMY CAN GET LOST BECAUSE THEY EVEN WITH MAPS DID NOT KNOW AND UNDERSTAND THE STREET NAMES THAT HAD THEIR ORIGINAL NAMES BUT ARCH WAS MORE USED SO THE ENEMY WOULD GET LOST AND NOT KNOW WHERE THEY WERE. IF I AM CORRECT, THOSES UNDERGROUND TUNNELS GO DOWN DEEPER THAN WHAT WE KNOW AND SEE BECAUSE SUPPLIES WERE STORED AND AREAS OF PROTECTION. 18:58 SHOWS AREAS BLOCKED OFF., THOSE WOULD BE WHERE THE ENEMY WOULD BE BLOCKED FROM THE OUTSIDE. "NEON" SIGNS TO SHOW TO GO TO UPPER LEVES AND THE AREA THEY WERE IN. THIS IS REALY AWESOME.
DURING WW1 AND 2, THE PEOPLE NEEDED TO HIDE, SO THE BOTTOM STREETS OF THE CITY WERE LIVABLE AT THAT TIME. THAT IS WHERE MANY HAVE SURVIVED. THEY HAD EVERYTHING DOWN THERE FROM FOOD SUPPLIES TO MEDICAL SUPPLIES. IF IT WERE NOT FOR THE PEOPLE HIDING UNDER THE STREET, THEY ALL WOULD HAVE BEEN DEAD. CHECK OUR THE HISTORY OF WW 1 AND 2 BUT HOW LIFE WAS. I MUST ADD THAT THE PEOPLE HAD TO LIVE DOWN THERE AS IF THEY WERE IN THEIR OWN HOMES. THOSE TIMES WERE VERY SAD.
Those dangling things aren't lime or limestone (that requires magma).
What those things are Speleothem calcium carbonate from the water. Remember water is a solvent and is capable of dissolving quite a lot elements hense it's biochemistry.
Big thumbs up. It would have been something to see during the 1940s. It looked like a processing center there at the windows. It would have been stocked with supplies and military personnel during the war. People would live there as well as come in during Bombing raids at various entry points. Before the war it could have been a market at one point in time.
18:00 looks like a carbon on the walls outside the 'dead end' then those 'little doors' are openings to shovel coal through for the fire ? above the arch with the burnt carbon smoke was another opening that never got explored.
22:25 it's 3 Ammeters (Electric Amperage Meters) edit: and an amp meter at the bottom :P
28:44 Ghost glove!! ;]
Great taped documentry on manchester. History before its gone im going to subscribe. To guys exploring this you should go to city hall to get insite on such things as original street levels an connected tunnels it will be on old maps toget a clue. Take clear fairly thick plastic same as maps found researchi g create layers of eras of begining of known researched date constructed to now.if they ask why for any reason. Its a college project on the history and development of manchester to present to course instructor. That way less suspicians. Like to see you guys do some on old subways lost of victorian era and before
That's a cool find & all but dude i'd be worried about air quality down there..
A friend and his son were exploring natural made caves near my property, & stumbled upon/into old mine works..I'm guessing the mine had cut into the cave system at some point during mining operation??? The wife/mother found where they'd gone in and called mine safety dept,.. their bodies were found 75ft inside, they had apparently came in contact with 'black damp'-dead air and they suffocated,.. died on the spot!!! So be careful fellas & thx for sharing your experience.
Readabout mudflood 1860's our hidden history is that during this time a worldwide flood happened and buried everything its the reason why so many building have windows at pathway level the ground used to be much lower our history is a lie, most buildings in london have these windows at pavement level, dont believe the story we are taughts as its wrong on so many levels
i find this interesting but some of the brick work looks new and there are some things like the wheel barrel and green pipe by it which appear to be recent. when u say that it would have been street level i dont think manchester has risen several feet in 70yrs
The lemonade can is post EU and post decimalisation because its contents are measured in ml as well as fluid ounces. At a guess, due to the printed batch numbers I'd say it was from the mid to late 80s.
I never knew about these tunnnels, it's so strange to think I was walking through the centre of Manchester yesterday, probably walking right above these tunnels.
Stuff like this makes me wonder, what would happen if the streets above collapsed, the truth would come out..
4:09 I live in carlisle and i remember eds diner in the lanes dont know why it got shut down looked like a nice little place but it could have been because of the prices to rent the shop the lanes charge quite alot kfc got sick of the rent price and closed down a few weeks ago
Hey guys mark here from the UK there are a few abandoned building really close to where I live I just don't have the required recording equipment to go check these places out ok so firstly there is a full abandoned village in Adel that's really cool to check there are also a few more buildings of the canal and mostly I would love to explore with you guys for real
В России в различных городках кушать подземные городка, точно с такими же арками и выложены таким же кирпичем. Те , кто занимался исследованием нелегальных городов погибали таинственным образом. Их находили мёртвыми. Правительство наложило запрещение на проникновение вовнутрь таких городов. От народа скрывают тот факт, что по всей России и не лишь по России, однако и по всей земле кушать такие городка. Также весьма немало имеющихся городов, которые засыпаны илом на 3-5 этажей. То кушать ранее была какая-то трагедия и всё засыпало. От людей скрывают, что это были за подземные городка.
Learning how to draw cartoon animals from the farm is not such a difficult task! Weve grown up surrounded by them! Farm animals are everywhere: In blockbuster movies, childs books, greeting cards. their shapes and images are printed in our minds!
In this section, I will show you how to determine what are the physical uniqueness of each animal and how to work with them. Then, you can practice drawing each cartoon character using basic shapes.
You will have the opportunity to make nice illustrations, practice sketching and cartooning using short easy lessons and complete your creation using a drawing software to create vector art if you want to! Cartoon drawing is really fun once you get into it!
Dont be afraid to try until you get it right. This method is really simple, but requires practice and observation. So, sit back and relax. Learn how to draw animals from the farm and start your journey on a good note!
Lets try s few basic characters to get started! :)
A cute turkey to begin with.
In this first tutorial, you can learn how to draw a fun turkey mostly made from small rectangles and large circular shapes. The posture of the character is really interesting. Not only is it easier to draw than a front version, but its also easier to add some perspective (as we can see with the legs). The fact that we just need to draw one wing is also interesting.
Most of these cartoon animals are not filled with complex textures or digital effects. In this case, the subject is filled with plain colors and only a few basic details (inside the tail) were added.
A nice turtle also from a side view.