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Report - Mullard Observatory - Lord's Bridge - Cambridgeshire - October 2011

Discussion in 'Other Sites' started by Icecoldkitten, Sep 30, 2013.

  1. Icecoldkitten

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    Hi, a little while ago we went for an explore of this fantastic open air site ! If you fancy a stroll one evening, it really is worth it. The site is really quite vast, with lots of rabbits, pheasants. Although derelict, the main dishes are still upright, a bit rusty.

    One-Mile Telescope - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    There is one building with electronic kit in it - it was locked and we did not enter, but some fascinating stuff still in there
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    Horizontal low level dish - a bit like a swimming pool !
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    The main dishes - inactive
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    Big dish
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    A Wonderful place to watch the sun go down
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    Just like telegraph poles going off into the distance !
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    #1 Icecoldkitten, Sep 30, 2013
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