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Report - Stoer ROC Post- Sutherland Group 28/02/08

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History:Opened May 1960, Closed September 1991

Third stop on my 320 mile round trip. Another failure. The proximity to the beach means that salty air has seized the T-bar cover. I was unable to move it using conventional methods. I could have went back to the car and got a bigger tool for the job, but this post is very overlooked, and I thought it would look bad if I approached this with a crowbar.

History:Opened May 1960, Closed September 1991

The sand has shifted and parts of the observation room are being uncovered. I would expect this will be pretty exposed over the next couple of years.

Can you tell where it is yet?
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Buried dome indicates this was a master post. No evidence of guying points visible
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That tantalising hatch with it's seized cover:mad:
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A return visit suitably tooled up is definitely required.:p
 

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