These lockers were offered for a small fee in order to change and store extras before going to the Hezekiah's Tunnel

These lockers were offered for a small fee in order to change and store extras before going to the Hezekiah's Tunnel

Stairs going down from the City of David to the Hezekiah's Tunnel also known as Siloam Tunnel

Stairs going down from the City of David to the Hezekiah's Tunnel also known as Siloam Tunnel

A sign pointing towards the direction of the Hezekiah's Tunnel where Warren's Shaft is accessible for visitors

A sign pointing towards the direction of the Hezekiah's Tunnel where Warren's Shaft is accessible for visitors

This display shows the depth of water inside the tunnel and a ticket checker is sitting on LHS

This display shows the depth of water inside the tunnel and a ticket checker is sitting on LHS

A sign for visitors to follow the main tunnel - this tunnel was dug around 701BC during the reign of King Hezekiah

A sign for visitors to follow the main tunnel - this tunnel was dug around 701BC during the reign of King Hezekiah

This area had few items on display which have been recovered from this site

This area had few items on display which have been recovered from this site

These winding stairs brought me to the lower end of the path to the Warren's Shaft

These winding stairs brought me to the lower end of the path to the Warren's Shaft

These photos show the excavation taking place in the Siloam Tunnel and pool area

These photos show the excavation taking place in the Siloam Tunnel and pool area

Here photos show shome of the objects found during the excavation process

Here photos show shome of the objects found during the excavation process

The British explorer Captain Charles Warren, who first rediscovered this tunnel in 1867

The British explorer Captain Charles Warren, who first rediscovered this tunnel in 1867

Steep stairs descend visiters to the bottom of the tunnel

Steep stairs descend visiters to the bottom of the tunnel

Lights hidden inside an old jar (copy) beside the tunnel wall

Lights hidden inside an old jar (copy) beside the tunnel wall

Last flight of the stairs to the bottom of the tunnel - I was getting worried that I had to climb it back later on

Last flight of the stairs to the bottom of the tunnel - I was getting worried that I had to climb it back later on

Few more steps and mouth of the tunnel can be seen here

Few more steps and mouth of the tunnel can be seen here

A sign at the entrance shows direction of the two tunnels

A sign at the entrance shows direction of the two tunnels

A small gate gives access to the tunnel - water is rushing from the right into this tunnel

A small gate gives access to the tunnel - water is rushing from the right into this tunnel

A sign at the entrance shows direction of the two tunnels

A sign at the entrance shows direction of the two tunnels

Entry door seen from inside the tunnel, water was flowing fast and I lost my one of the show but it got stuck under other foot - lucky me

Entry door seen from inside the tunnel, water was flowing fast and I lost my one of the show but it got stuck under other foot - lucky me

First glimpse of the tunnel and water flowing inside it

First glimpse of the tunnel and water flowing inside it

This tunnel was built to protect Jerusalemís water source, the Gihon Spring, from the invading Assyrians

This tunnel was built to protect Jerusalemís water source, the Gihon Spring, from the invading Assyrians

This crystal clear and cold water is coming from the Gihon Spring in the Kidron valley was the main source of water for the Pool of Siloam in the City of David

This crystal clear and cold water is coming from the Gihon Spring in the Kidron valley was the main source of water for the Pool of Siloam in the City of David

Myself trying to pose for photo - I couldn't stand upright due to height restriction

Myself trying to pose for photo - I couldn't stand upright due to height restriction

Some parts of the tunnel were wide in some area I was unable to look back even with my rucksack (camera bag)

Some parts of the tunnel were wide in some area I was unable to look back even with my rucksack (camera bag)

Zaighum Abbas Ranjha - Hezekiah's Tunnel, Jerusalem

Zaighum Abbas Ranjha - Hezekiah's Tunnel, Jerusalem

Narrow part of the tunnel follows a bend

Narrow part of the tunnel follows a bend

This curving tunnel is 533 m in length and it gets water from the Gihon Spring which erupts from 636m height

This curving tunnel is 533 m in length and it gets water from the Gihon Spring which erupts from 636m height

Vey close to the exit - here tunnel has more height and its airy

Vey close to the exit - here tunnel has more height and its airy

Steps which bring out of the tunnel to the surface

Steps which bring out of the tunnel to the surface

Here are  remains in this pool from the Byzantine church built by Empress Eudocia.  This is the pool that has long been visited as the pool of Jesus' miracle

Here are remains in this pool from the Byzantine church built by Empress Eudocia. This is the pool that has long been visited as the pool of Jesus' miracle

Here were three person on duty to stop people entering from this side because one couldn't pass inside but they left for prayer

Here were three person on duty to stop people entering from this side because one couldn't pass inside but they left for prayer

Stairs leading out of the tunnel to the ground floor

Stairs leading out of the tunnel to the ground floor

This signs shows that the Silwan Pool is under the supervision of Islamic Vakf

This signs shows that the Silwan Pool is under the supervision of Islamic Vakf

This pipe brings stones from the on going excavation on site

This pipe brings stones from the on going excavation on site

Scattered stones and broken columns in the area of the Lower Pool of Siloam

Scattered stones and broken columns in the area of the Lower Pool of Siloam

An artist's impression how Pool of Siloam had looked like in the past

An artist's impression how Pool of Siloam had looked like in the past

Activity around the Pool of Siloam

Activity around the Pool of Siloam

This photo shows how daily life looked in Jerusalem in the past

This photo shows how daily life looked in Jerusalem in the past

These steps brought visitors to a small tunnel where audio visual display was being shown

These steps brought visitors to a small tunnel where audio visual display was being shown

This photo shows the location of the pool in Jerusalem

This photo shows the location of the pool in Jerusalem

It is believed that at this location Jesus sent

It is believed that at this location Jesus sent "a man blind from birth" in order to complete the healing

A canopy over the Pool of Siloam

A canopy over the Pool of Siloam

The Pool of Siloam from the Second Temple was destroyed and covered after the capture of Jerusalem by the Romans in the year 70AD

The Pool of Siloam from the Second Temple was destroyed and covered after the capture of Jerusalem by the Romans in the year 70AD