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Report - Winterton ROC - Norfolk - March 2014

Discussion in 'ROC Posts' started by Seferix, Mar 4, 2014.

  1. Seferix

    Seferix 28DL Full Member
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    Hey everyone. I had a little trip around the coast and visited Winterton ROC to get some nice pictures as it was a warm sunny day. I have visited the site before when the hatch was missing and the post was filled to the top with sand but now someone has put a concrete seal to stop entry.

    The post was built in October 1963 and closed in October 1968 and there is a lot of damage to the surface features.

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    Above: The ROC Post seen from the dunes nearby.

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    Above: This post had a perimeter fence all the way around.

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    Above: Part of the perimeter fence and the main entrance behind.

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    Above: All that remains of the Orlit.

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    Above: The Orlit and the post behind.

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    Above: There were signs of a brick structure just to the north east (about 50yards) which is believed to be from WW2 although I cannot work out what it was.

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    Above: The new concrete top to the main entrance.

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    Above: There were also signs of another structure of some kind to the south. I think this is where the Orlit used to be before someone moved the remaining walls.

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    That's all folks! Real shame you cant get in it but I'm going to see if any other local ones are open. I love a good ROC Post! :)

    SeferixTR
     

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