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Report - Talybont on Usk ROC Post - Breconshire Group - Oct '09

Discussion in 'ROC Posts' started by mrjonesybop, Oct 26, 2009.

  1. mrjonesybop

    mrjonesybop Professional Crackhead
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    This Post is LOCKED.

    Beautiful location, but locked on a T-bar.
    A '68 closure, so I didn't expect much - But the exterior is surprisingly good. Only the ventilation Louvres are missing.
    Sub-Brit reports this post as flooded, but it's hatch has been closed, refurbed and locked since their last visit in 2000.

    Sadly, I was unable to FSM cam this one - as I was only passing through with a walking group.

    The Post, with stunning Talybont village in the background
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    Entrance Shaft
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    FSM Pipe
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    Vent Shaft
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    Nearby Aircraft Post
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    Inside
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    Instrument Mounting
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  2. KingElvis

    KingElvis 28DL Full Member
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    Not locked on the tbar mate, just very hard to lift the lid. You didn't miss anything as the post is flooded by about 4ft of evil smelling water :thumb

    1968 Closure

    Subbrit link is HERE

    Just off a minor road alongside a public footpath. The hatch is very hard to lift and the monitoring room is flooded by about 4ft of evil smelling water. The room looks completely stripped.

    Outside is an aircraft post with the main instrument stand still present. Nic views as always from this part of the world.

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