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Report - Castle Bytham ROC - Lincolnshire- 29/1/08



My first report. And was quite exited as it is the first ROC post I have been down. It was quite easy to spot, though this would be different once the bushes ect get foliage.


On opening the hatch (which had no lock of any description) I found it a little difficult to negotiate the shaft in the bulky coat I had worn.




First on the left was the toilet


The post was in very poor condition, though apart from an old bike frame, a few wooden boxes and a couple of tins, it wasn't that untidy.


The beds were in good condition for their age I suppose.


One thing I did notice was this small outlet pictured below, which was situated slightly to the field side between the hatch and air vent, presumably a gas connection of some sort. (Edited; I now know this is the 'Blast pipe')


On the whole a very interesting visit, the first of many:)
The lessons learnt on this first trip were;

Don't wear a massive coat!!

Always check the pictures on your camera's viewer before clearing off home, as by then its too late to do anything about the camera strap in view except try to colour it out:mad:

I'm now off to plan tomorrows outing:thumb



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