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Report - Brinscall ROC Post - Lancashire Group - 04/01/2009

Discussion in 'ROC Posts' started by AndrewB, Jan 23, 2009.

  1. AndrewB

    AndrewB 28DL Regular User
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    Closed: 1991. Located in a fenced off area on a field just off the road.

    Solo visit to this one. I didn't really have high hopes, but thought i will have a look as it hasn't been reported here yet. Subbrit reported that it was locked but could be opened with a large screwdriver, However when i reached the hatch i saw the welds :(. Going by the pictures on subbrit the surface features have taken a servere beating since 2000. Finally the post had a strangely thick FSM tube which i haven't seen before.

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  2. KingElvis

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    Nobody missed anything, it's burned out and minging. Here you go :thumb

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