There is a story that the Bank of England once had a sewer directly under its bullion vault. A sewer worker discovered an opening into the vault, but stole nothing — and was rewarded for his honesty. A film called “The Day They Robbed the Bank of England” was loosely based on the existence of the sewer entrance.
Accessed at http://www.bankofengland.co.uk/education/museum/walkthrough/stories3.htm, 9-10-2007. If site is offline, see here.
Kevin Enfinger, P.E., ADS Environmental Services, Huntsville, Alabama; “Sewer Sociology: The Days of Our (Sewer) Lives,” 2006. From the website of ADS Environmental Services.
Details the use of hydrographs in sewer monitoring and the record they make of non-sewerage events like the 9/11 terrorist attacks. (425 kb)
Jon C. Schladweiler, Historian, Arizona Water & Pollution Control Association, “Cloacina: Goddess of the Sewers,” 2006.
1872 Rules for Teachers … List of Rules for teachers to follow in frontier days in Wisconsin.