Tag: sewers

I can’t believe he goes down here without a mask. If you remember, I posted another similar video from Steve Duncan earlier in 2012.

Steven Duncan, my all-time favorite famous urban explorer gives a talk at TEDxPhoenixville about why he loves going into sewers and tunnels. At first it was “recreational trespassing”, but over time he’s become obsessed with finding out how city infrastructure works and is hidden underground. I can totally relate to this feeling of underground curiosity. […]

Steve Duncan of Undercity video fame is featured here in this never-before-posted video of him gaining illegal access to underground sewer drains and tunnels on the outskirts of NYC. As always, his stories are wildly fascinating!

Another good video from the Undercity series about the underground sewers built in Bushwick which were dug out originally to transfer wastewater in the 1880s directly into the East River.