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Report - Bargrennan ROC Post - Ayr Group - 10-05-2009

Discussion in 'ROC Posts' started by MacMan, May 10, 2009.

  1. MacMan

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    This post is located near the A714, between Barrhill and Newton Stewart. I was expecting it to be locked on Battleships as stated in the Subbrit report but upon inspecting the post I noticed that the hasps have been cut through and the post is locked on the T bar. Down the hatch I went and discovered that the post is very stripped, with only the cupboard, desk, group map, mattresses, chemical bog and some Ordnance Survey maps remaining. This post is absolutely immaculate - with a quick clean up it would be in mint condition! It just looks like the post has always been well cared for and it is very dry inside, with only a little water in the sump. Would be a prime post for a restoration...

    On with the pics:

    Surface - The top of the vent at the hatch had fallen off (probably rubbed by cattle) so we put it back on again.
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    Some loose poly tiles but otherwise perfect.
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    Give the table a wipe and it will be good as new.
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    A little water in sump. Pump in excellent condition and still operable.
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    The vent cover at the top of the shaft still slides open and shut smoothly.
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    #1 MacMan, May 10, 2009
    Last edited: May 11, 2009

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