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Report - Tavistock ROC Post - Devon - Aug 09'

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

  1. mrjonesybop

    mrjonesybop Professional Crackhead
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    Aug 17, 2009
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    Visited with Icutyou.

    This ROC Post has been CAPPED.

    The Tavistock ROC Post was opened in February 1962 and only saw 6 1/2 years of service, closing in October 1968.

    Found this one on Sub-Brit, which stated it had been visited by them in 2002. When they visited, all surface features had been demolished and the entrance had been capped with concrete fence posts.
    They gained entry and ascertained that the entrance shaft was packed with rubble up to about a foot from the roof of the monitoring room, and that it was also flooded to this level.

    The entrance looks like it has been left untouched since Sub-Brit visited, with moss and grass almost covering the concrete posts that cap the entrance shaft.

    The remaining surface features

    The capped shaft

    A concrete cap covering the FSM mount and Ventilation Shaft


    The view from the Post

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