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Report - ATE Swynnerton (Coldmeece, Staffordshire) - AKA ROF Number 2

Discussion in 'Military Sites' started by StigMonster, Jul 5, 2007.

  1. StigMonster

    StigMonster Guest

    Hi, my first post - please be gentle.

    In Spring I went to ATE Swynenrton, Coldmeece, Staffordshire, in June 2007

    It was during the War a Filling Station for the Royal Ordnance Factory, having around 20.000 people at it's height of production.

    see: http://www.subbrit.org.uk/sb-sites/sites/s/swynnerton_royal_ordnance_filling_factory/index.shtml for further details.

    There are around 6 Magazines in the camp, No. 3 Magazine was refurbished in 1962 as a Civil Defence Group Control and refitted agan in 1988 as RGHQ 9.1. Also there is a magazine converted into accommodation.

    Enterance to a sealed RGHQ
    30M outdoor range - you shoot onto the CQBT building - scary!!
    Accommodation Magazine
    Out in the Training Area
    Busty Betty Cafe
    One of the Workshops
    UN compound
    Gate & Coke Machine

    Please note ATE Swynnerton is Active, I'll try get into buildings next time i'm there.

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