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Manhole Cover Gallery

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Choose from 11 pictures in our Manhole Cover collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Houston, Texas manhole cover
Houston, Texas manhole cover
Danita Delimont

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Rain covered manhole cover in Missoula, Montana
Rain covered manhole cover in Missoula, Montana
Danita Delimont

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Manhole cover and walkway, paved with ceramic parts, Selb, Upper Franconia, Bavaria, Germany
Manhole cover and walkway, paved with ceramic parts, Selb, Upper Franconia, Bavaria, Germany
Fine Art Storehouse

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Sewermen going below, London, c1903 (1903)
Sewermen going below, London, c1903 (1903)
Heritage Images

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Manhole cover in Chicago
Manhole cover in Chicago
Science Photo Library

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Manhole cover in St Louis
Manhole cover in St Louis
Science Photo Library

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Manhole cover
Manhole cover
Science Photo Library

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Raw sewage
Raw sewage
Science Photo Library

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Song Thrush - bashing a snail to break shell - on manhole cover
Song Thrush - bashing a snail to break shell - on manhole cover
Ardea Wildlife Pets Environment

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Song Thrush - on a manhole cover - with snail in beak
Song Thrush - on a manhole cover - with snail in beak
Ardea Wildlife Pets Environment

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Statue of Cumil, the man at work in a hole, Bratislava, Slovakia, Europe
Statue of Cumil, the man at work in a hole, Bratislava, Slovakia, Europe
WorldInPrint

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Raw sewage Featured Image

Raw sewage

Raw sewage overflowing from an access cover (manhole) for a public sewer, in Oxfordshire, UK. The sewage is flowing down a footpath to reach a chalk stream (not seen). This pollution is a threat to the ecology of the stream, being toxic to the fish, waterfowl and other wildlife and plants. Such overflows have to be reported to the UK Environment Agency. This overflow was caused by tree roots that broke into the sewer pipe further downstream. Urban expansion has led to problems with the maintenance of old sewer pipes and drainage systems

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