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Report - Pakefield ROC Post June 2016


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Headed up here about a month ago, and visited again last week too, looks to be falling steadily into a worse state, with the sea soon to claim it.

1. The first of two half-sunken identical bunkers, very overgrown outside with a lot of trees etc. covering most of the entrances, however I managed to squeeze in.
2. The interior of aforementioned bunker, not much to see really it was mainly covered in various items of rubbish, and the smell was terrible too, overall not much in there.
3 and 4. The ladder down to the old ROC observation post. Quite hard to find due to a lot of thorn bushes and the like, but managed to find a way over to it. Hatch completely gone, ladder has a few rungs missing and doesn't feel too sturdy, however I went down to have a look. Not too sure what's happened but there is now no way into the observation post, as the ground seems to have been filled up almost to the top of the door so you cannot enter.
5, 6 and 7. Interior of quite a large bunker on the top of the cliff, just south of the ladder. The door still remains on there, some metal shutters remain too, however the inside is completely stripped and there is hardly anything to see. Someone has also kindly defecated on the floor, so there is a horrific smell to go with it.

Overall it was an interesting place to visit, thinking of the history of the place, but if you're going there to find things intact you'll be disappointed.

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