The Beck Valley culvert flows east of Nottingham city center down into the River trent.
A couple of large shafts linked by tunnels to the Eccles Sewage Works then onto an outfall at the Manchester Ship Canal. The system will intercept spills that used to end up in the Salt Eye Brook for storage and treatment or screening and dumping in the larger river.
In the hills above Dovestone Reservoir this culvert was built to divert the water of the Greenfield brook.
An overflow on the D Interceptor to the River Medlock, it's penstock was brand new technology at the time which helped keep river water out of the sewers.
Solicitor is a culvert of the Eaves brook that flows through Preston. It's around 900m long and joins with the Savick Book straight after the outfall.
A double box concrete culvert carrying the Salteye Brook around 340m under a motorway with a CSO in the middle.
The Holcombe Brook drops underground in a couple of culverts, the first of which is around 280m long and features several waterfalls and cascades.