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Report - Burscough ROC Post, Lancashire - April 2016

M0AKO

28DL Full Member
28DL Full Member
#1
The post is located in a large square compound, on the edge of a former Royal Navy airfield.

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The hatch is detached and missing.

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The monitoring room is in fair condition, however there is some minor flooding due to the hatch being off.

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The monitoring room door has been taken down and is on the floor.

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Light switch.

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TeleTalk line connections.

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Coaxial cable with N-Type connector. Master posts were fitted with VHF radios to serve as a back-up, should the TeleTalk system fail in the event of a nuclear explosion.

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The chemical toilet remains in place.

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ladybrade

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#4
Awesome report! Been meaning to visit here for some time as its only 10 mins down the road.
 

CureForPain

Definitely not a Cylon
28DL Full Member
#5
Great report - it's a shame it's stripped but combined with a mooch around the airfield it's a pleasant way to spend an afternoon! The hatch was still there about a year ago (and it was covered in trippy multicoloured disco snails), though it was bend out of line and semi-jammed. I wonder who owns this?
 

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