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Report - Kings Langley ROC Post - Hertfordshire Group - 29-10-07

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One of a couple of of sites I visited today.

No change from the Subbrit report from 2001 which reports the shaft filled with rubble.

http://www.subbrit.org.uk/cgi-bin/w...pagenum=1&cgifunction=Search&cgifunction=form

The hatch is off and lying on the ground - the fact that the grass has not grown over it yet would indicate that this has occurred within the last few months or so I would have thought, either that or it's been off for ages but resting on top and whoever removed it last couldn't be bothered to put it back. Right next to a footpath and about 200 yards from a layby on the A41 so I would imagine this one gets a fair bit of passing interest...and vandalism. Judging by the Subbrit pic it wasn't great inside, and I doubt if it would be any better now.

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View from the A41 Bridge

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Vent shaft being hidden by brambles.

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FSM pipe still visible.

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Nice retro streetlight I passed on the way back to the car!
 

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