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Report - Drumnadrochit ROC Post - Inverness Group - 28/06/08

Discussion in 'ROC Posts' started by zimbob, Jun 29, 2008.

  1. zimbob

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    Visited this with Bryag the other night, it's in an elevated position overlooking the new High School.

    Good thing we visited at night, wouldn't do to be caught lurking by a school with cameras :eek::D

    Sadly, it's locked on battleships, we tried the T-bar mechanism, smooth as anything, the cover for the mechanism was the easest to open yet.

    We're going to try and find the owner, see if he/she is amenable to allowing us access....

    A couple of pics of the outside, I was using too low an ISO, apologies for the graininess :eek:

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    If we get in I'll update this....

    Another one of the list if nothing else :)​
     

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    Re: Drumnadrochit ROC Post - Inverness Group - REPORT - 28/06/08


    After finding the farmer who had the 'battleship' keys (and a T-bar key of his own) we returned.

    The keys :thumb

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    First impressions:

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    Plenty of goodies :)

    Including bunks (not seen many in a '91 closure)

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    Teletalk:

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    Plenty of good reading:

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    Loads of these:

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    Body-splint:

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    Made by 'Bofors' :crazy

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    Training manuals, old and new:

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    And....

    Glitto, old and new :):)

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    Ah, bless :eek:

    Pump was seized:

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    Not strictly true....

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    They could do with doing it again.....

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    Post map:

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    'Kilner' Jar:

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    Interesting choice of rations... mustard after the toilet paper, dab it on perhaps... :eek:

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    Plenty of spares of all sorts:

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    Up the hatch (as always....:rolleyes: )

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    An absolute peach of a post, unsurprising really as no-one other than the farmer has been in here since closure, not even the eponymous Mr Catford and friends :p:D

    Lastly, a wee shot of a rather nice, if completely neglected, wee mausoleum in the field nearby:

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