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Report - Fairlight ROC - East Sussex - August 2017

Grom

Recovering Fisheye-aholic
Regular User
#1
Was staying nearby on Holiday so thought it would be rude not too. To be honest I assumed it would be locked with a big fence around it, but it was open and access was easy peasy.

The Explore

Visited one evening just as the light was beginning to dim. Its positioned right next to the coast guard cottages and almost under neither the radar dish.

Its actually not in too bad condition, but i'm sure it's seen better days. There was a very old photo of the post in use, so I assume it was once opened for a public open day.

There are a few dead rabbits down here that must have fallen and got stuck.


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the126

Reckless & irresponsible
28DL Full Member
#4
There used to be an old bt phone in there and some other bits and bobs that look like theyve gone :-(
Glad its still accessible though, unlike its big brother under the next field......
 

Grom

Recovering Fisheye-aholic
Regular User
#5
Ah yes, the old ROTOR is long gone now. Gonna take more than a shovel to open that one up again.
 

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