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General - New Zero Station find?

simaving

28DL Full Member
28DL Full Member
#1
After a years extensive searching I believe I've found a previously unknown zero station just outside Pickering N.Yorks,it seems to tick all the required boxes and even though it's half caved in it looks like a typical home guard zero station to me,I'm not going overboard with history/location etc in case I've stumbled
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across something totaly sh*te
If any members can confirm this is what I think it is I will investigate it properly ; ) cheers simon
 

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simaving

28DL Full Member
28DL Full Member
#4
Thanks mate,after looking at that link/site I know 110 percent this is a zero station,identical internally to one pictured on that site,I'm gonna re visit site to take proper pics and maybe do a bit of digging as I think half the hide is currently still awaiting discovery ....
 

Ordnance

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#5
Basically Operational Bases and 'Zero' Radio Stations were similar in construction with the addition of electricity generators for radio equipment with the provision for an external aerial often hidden in a tree nearby. Sometime the addition of an extra brick divider is an extra indicator.

Radio Stations were manned by the Royal Signals with mainly Female ATS Operators and would be unknown to the Auxiliary Units, and the two were rarely if ever found close to each other.

Good luck with your investigations, and please report back with your results.
 

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