This is basically the second part of manhole covers found in Hamamatsu City!
This a big city, actually the largest in area in Japan, so one can expect a mind-bogling variety of them, and I haven’t visited all the villages and towns merged into Hamamatsu City yet!
Fire hydrant found south of the JR Station. Probably one of the very first decorated manhole covers in the City!
Another old fire hydrant cover found just in front of the Fire Station!
The same as above!
Water access but related to the gas company?
Spent water flow regulating manhole cover. Note the Hamamatsu City symbol in the center!
Sewer manhole Cover.
Similar as above but with holes if the “circles” and no extra mention of the sewerage!
A far older rain water manhole cover fabricated by Kaneso Foundry!
A water access manhole cover by Hinode Foundry!
Another ancient sewer manhole cover type!
A private sewer manhole cover!
A modern type trying hard to blend in the its environment!
A traffic lights machinery access manhole cover!
A very large unmarked, probably sewer. manhole cover!
Another different modern sewer manhole cover type!
Similar to above but for rain waters!
The same as above but the blending with its environment is off!
A large double valve pit!
A small electricity control access manhole cover!
Unusual gas valve pit!
Water valve pit!
A very old sewer manhole cover!
A different valve pit!
An old gas company pressurized water access valve pit!
Another old valve pit!
Another gas valve pit!
A private valve pit?
An old medium size valve pit!
Another old valve pit type!
Large Chubu Electric Company manhole cover!
A large municipal manhole cover!
An ancient fire Hydrant manhole cover!
Another large fire hydrant manhole cover type!
A tiny valve pit!
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