Is that pipe supposed to be wallowing in water? Is that end supposed to be in the water? What about the obvious erosion? Remember Sabal Trail is only burying its 36-inch pipe 36-inches deep most places. Erosion could expose it and make it even more likely to corrode.
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Tallokas Road n. of GA 122 30.9862648, -83.6529083
Red pipe half submerged, CR 146 30.9873115, -83.6536045
Movie: Tallokas Rd, CR 146 (111M) 30.9869130, -83.6539070
Wire on half-submerged red pipe, CR 146 30.9873211, -83.6535793
End of pipe in water, CR 146, towards Tallokas Road 30.9873162, -83.6535762
Closeup, red pipe end in water, CR 146 towards Tallokas Road, 30.9871061, -83.6534710
Movie: 5347 GA 122, (49M) 30.9818231, -83.6499029
Tallokas Rd s. of GA 122 30.9818231, -83.6499029
Movie: w. Tallokas Road s. GA 122 (25M) 30.9844940, -83.6524860