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Report - Drewsteignton ROC Post - Devon Group - May 2011

Discussion in 'ROC Posts' started by Storm_Force, May 21, 2011.

  1. Storm_Force

    Storm_Force Bunker hunting
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    Jun 27, 2010
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    The post is LOCKED

    Open 1960 closed 1991

    The owner of this post obviously takes great care of it. It was so bizarre to see such a well maintained compound, which is in the middle of a very large field. This must be one of the best kept compunds around!

    No access underground, even the gate to the compound is padlocked. This was a master post all of the guying points for the aerial are clearly visible.

    Subrits reports from 2003 show the underground to be in pretty good nick http://www.subbrit.org.uk/rsg/roc/db/988399666.010001.html wonder if the owner has restored it down below?

    On the way to the compound


    The compound




    UPDATE JUNE 2011

    Spoke with the post owner and arranged a visit, turns out he only lives a few miles from me.
    He purchased the post in 2004 from a commucations company via an estate agent after it failed to sell on ebay.
    The underground is as it was left apart from a few bits and peices he has taken down there, several itmes remain including the BPI baffles.

    He cuts the grass every few weeks during the summer, had a nice chat and I explained more about the roc. The FSM plate on the surface was loose and was missing the securing rod luckily found it in a corner of the post so its now nice and secure.

    Open sesame

    Monitoring room





    BPI baffle and top hat removal key

    Toilet room

    The sump, completely dry

    Final shot as we leave

    The owner of this post has a plaque with his contact details at the post, if you wish to visit please contact him and I am sure he will happy to arrange a visit. Please note the post and compound are securely locked.
    #1 Storm_Force, May 21, 2011
    Last edited: Jan 16, 2013

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