Waterfall, Erddig Estate, Wrexham, Wales, UK
Posted by: Groundspeak Premium Member Ddraig Ddu
N 53° 01.711 W 003° 00.515
30U E 499424 N 5875442
Quick Description: A manmade hole that works as a waterfall to capture water for a Hydralic Ram in use from 1822 to 1926.
Location: North Wales, United Kingdom
Date Posted: 7/4/2011 6:04:48 AM
Waymark Code: WMBYBB
Views: 4

Long Description:
A manmade hole that works as a waterfall to capture water for a Hydralic Ram in use from 1822 to 1926.
The drop is 2.5 meters and the water is free to pool around it and fall on all sides. The pump is no longer in use but this water fall is a remnant of the old machine.
As it is circular in shape it is hard to give a true width, so I have entered an approximate circumference as 20ft in the width section.
Fees: 0.00 (listed in local currency)

Flow dates: From: 1/1/2011 To: 12/31/2011

Type / features of structure: Other, please specify in description

Estimated height in feet: 8

Estimated height in meters: 2.00

Estimated width in feet: 20

Estimated width in meters: 5

River/stream/lake/reservoir: the River Clyw

Location of the waterfall: Not listed

Coordinates of parking: Not Listed

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