Pipes Only

Mackin Stations
Milage on Fence Posts
Description
pipe type
pipe size inches
Comments
135.17gas pipeline crossingstl16high pressure gas pipeline crossing the trail - supplies the waterfront
135.19pipemtl smo54Pipe Open - Very big pipe that carries the stream under the trail - needs rocks around end of pipe as dirt on sides pipe has eroded
135.27173+30136.28pipe/fencepla smo18Pipe Open
135.35169+20136.85pipe/fencemtl rib18Pipe Open
135.40167+00136.90pipe/fencepla smo12Pipe open - need to dig out basin in front of pipe
135.43163+60pipe/no fencemtl rib10Pipe fully buried
135.49162+40136.99pipe/fencepla smo15Pipe Open - need to dig out basin in front of pipe
135.56158+25137.05pipe/fencepla smo18Pipe Open - diagonal pipe - basin needs dug out in front of pipe
135.72150+00137.21pipe/fencepla smo12Pipe Open - basin needs dug out in front of pipe
135.74148+90137.24pipe/fencepla smo18Pipe Open - pipe has been dug out, will need to return and remove more slide. Slide material is up against hillside and will be washed into pipe with heavy rainfall.
Has two gasline posts in the drainage ditch.
River side of hill appears to have a bench about 40 feet down, may be okay to dump fill.
7/4 dig to about 1 foot below trail elevation on west side.
7/6 dug to about two feet below trail elevation on east side, found the pipe.
7/11 dug one foot below bottom of pipe to allow for from steep sides
7/16 cleared swale on side of gasline pilings away from pipe
This is one of most significant basins that needs to be dug out between pipe and hillside. High Priority Drainage Area.
135.91140+44137.40pipe/fencepla smo12Pipe Open - Basin needs work
135.98136+07137.49pipe/fencepla smo15Double pipes, side by side. Largest new trail pipe open - looks bent down in middle of pipe. Older small metal pipe buried deeper under trail
136.00134+91137.51pipe/fence - Waterfallstl rib24Partially open - Basin needs work. Debris inmiddle of pipe. Pipe needs flushed.
136.06131+49137.59pipe/fencepla smo21Pipe Open - Basin needs work
136.13127+40pipe stl smo10Pipe Open - bends left
136.18124+57137.70pipe/fencemtl rib8Old metal pipe - appears open as far as we can see. RR end of pipe is bent down almost 90 degrees blocking view through pipe from hillside end. Basin OK - deeper than pipe.
136.25121+53pipe/fencepla smo12Pipe Open - Large rock in front of pipe. Narrow small basin - needs work.
136.35116+12137.80pipe/fencepla smo12Pipe Open - little debris in pipe. Narrow steep hillside - probably requires backhoe.
136.40113+25137.93pipe/fencemtl rib9Old metal pipe. basin needs work. Cannot find RR end of pipe - apparently buried on RR hillside. Some debris in pipe - can see far into pipe with some light at end of drain. Pipe needs Flushed.
136.42112+64137.93pipe/fencemtl rib18Dirt in bottom half of drain pipe from end to end - little light at end of tunnel. Basin needs work. Pipe needs Flushed.
136.47110+01137.94pipe/fencevertical steel with slotsMystery Drain - two pipes on RR hillside, 6" and 9" in diameter and about 12 feet apart. On hillside drain area there is an upright large pipe with slits on the side. Bottom of pipe is full of dirt. Does this pipe lead to drain pipe - it is in middle of apparent basin. There also is a eroded hole going down into basin - water may be going into this hole and some how going into a drain pipe. High Priority Drain System. CAUTION: FOUND 16 INCH GAS LINE CLOSE TO FENCE - NOT UNDER TRAIL BUT IN DRAINAGE HOLE CLOSE TO FENCE ABOUT TWO TO THREE FEET DEEP.
136.54106+07138.03pipe/fencepla rib12Pipe Open - dam has been built in basin keeping most of slide material out of drain pipe. Corregated pipe with some debris in pipe. Pipe needs Flushed.
136.60102+65pipe/fencepla smo18Pipe open. Occasional debris getsinto pipe opening. Easy to remove by hand. Could use fillacross trail to make mowing level.