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Report - Sowerby Bridge ROC Post - Yorkshire - July 2015



degenerate

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#1
Date opened: May 1962
Date closed: September 1991

The post is in a secure compound with metal railings with barbed wire all round the top. Before being secured it must have been open as there was some vandalism inside.


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UrBaN2k14

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#4
Although it's a little messy, that's a good post with a lot of original items. Even the beds which is unusual for a '91 closure. Nice one!
 

The Crew of the Nautilus

When I was a kid.... No wait, I still do that !
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#5
Paid a very recent visit here but failed to get in as the lid was wedged tightly shut, no lock on it but a big 3/4" diameter bolt in place of the lock.
 

degenerate

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#6
Paid a very recent visit here but failed to get in as the lid was wedged tightly shut, no lock on it but a big 3/4" diameter bolt in place of the lock.
you need a torlift plug extractor
 

degenerate

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#8
A big metal bar seemed more appropriate !
It looks like the lock has been replaced with the bolt, tried wedging and lifting under one edge but wasn't budging......... what's a "torlift" thingy then ?
Thanks for the reply by the way.
I'm not an expert on roc posts but a torlift is the key to open the hatch, and from what i gather some (like this one) have security plugs in them that need to be 'extracted' before you use the key to open it. Don't quote me on it though ;)
 

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