Report - Brassington ROC Post, Longcliffe - Derbyshire

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Nov 24, 2008
Brassington ROC Post, Longcliffe, Derbyshire - March 2010

Visited by Ojay, Diehardlove & Fazy_Uk.


Whilst in the area I asked D.H.L if there were local ROC posts, as I haven't experienced one yet. Within minutes we arrived here at Longcliffe where there is the usual underground ROC post, but also a second WW2 brick post further uphill, which having tried to find some history on it turns out that it's one of only 2 surviving examples left in the country.

Naturally we took a look at both of them.

The underground post has had it's hatch damaged, and also was slightly flooded at the entrance and quite trashed inside, however a number of items were still reasonably intact:

Bunkbeds, Toilet, paperwork, desk, chair, cannisters, partial telecoms etc..




'32 Post'


Used to pump waste to the surface




Into the Command Room


Inside the Command Room, complete with Bunkbeds & Telecoms


Battery maintenance


Peace through NATO


WW2 brick post, complete with aircraft observation






View from the top, looking out over Brassington ROC Post


Thanks for looking :thumbs​


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