Echo Falls takes the Royds Brook underground through a new build housing estate. The brook also flows the same route above ground too.
The Works is the giant brick overflow for the Moston brook, packed full of features and easy to access it's become a right of passage for many Manchester drainers.
The Buckden Brook travels underground in a small stone culvert for it's final section before it flows into the River Irwell.
The Dearden Brook dips underground at Rosebank in a 90m long culvert to pass underneath a lake.
The Cross Bank Brook flows in a couple of stone culverts either side of the Top Mill site.
Known locally as The Plunge, the Dearden Brook travels from the hills above Edenfield down a picturesque little valley with waterfalls and cascades with a couple of short culverts.
A look for the tunnels of Wet Earth Colliery near Ringley, a site that started the extraction of coal from the Irwell Valley Fault in 1740. One of the reasons this site was important was the involvement of James Brindley.