From what I had heard of this I was expecting an abandoned tunnel that you could
walk through. In actual fact the part that used to be the entrance has been covered
up with a wooden cover and was still full of water. There is room to squeeze down
into the tunnel on the side of the cover but if you had to get out quick (ie: water
starts coming down the tunnel) it wouldn't be that great. If you walk on top
of the aquaduct towards Windsor Lake about 100 ft up the path there is a
large square cement block that covers another entrance. Another 100 ft or so
up the trail there is another entrance that is only covered by a rusty sheet
of metal with rocks on it. The aquaduct carries water from Windsor Lake
to god knows where. Hopefully this isn't the actual water that the city uses
for drinking water because the aquaduct doesn't look like the cleanest thing.
Hopefully this summer there will be a dry enough time to actually get in the
aquaduct and explore with drowning. While leaving the aquaduct I noticed a pipe
sticking out of the ground across the road from where we parked. There is a
metal hatch going down into what I assume is the control room for the lights
that are along this road. Why else would it be out in the middle of nowhere?
The is no lock on the hatch and can easily be opened. Do to that fact we were
on a major road i didn't try getting in. Maybe next time.