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Report - Sutton Basset ROC & Cottage Mar 19



Bikin Glynn

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#1
Had a look in here with my lad & kind permission from the guy who is keeping an eye on this post while the landowner is away, & what a lovely one it is to.
Hes unsure what the owners intent is with the post, but its just about the best "un-restored" post Iv seen.
There is a small building next to it, but not sure what its purpose was & a lovely little cottage just next to it but that was not the sort of place I was willing to hang about in in these winds!




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Bikin Glynn

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28DL Full Member
#3
That's a cocker mate. And bonus mini-derp too!
Yes mate if u ever want to see a decent one it’s worth a look. Seemed a lot lighter & homelike than others Iv been in too, with the wind howling above us I could of stayed in there all day lol
 

HughieD

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#4
Yes mate if u ever want to see a decent one it’s worth a look. Seemed a lot lighter & homelike than others Iv been in too, with the wind howling above us I could of stayed in there all day lol
Ha ha....hunker down from the storm in the bunker..
 

Airfix

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#5
The small brick building next to the post is a aircraft observation position which originally had access to the roof via exterior steps where the observation equipment would be sited and used. The ground floor room was used as a office and sleeping quarters.
 

Bikin Glynn

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#6
The small brick building next to the post is a aircraft observation position which originally had access to the roof via exterior steps where the observation equipment would be sited and used. The ground floor room was used as a office and sleeping quarters.
Excellent thanks never know that but often wondered how they would “observe” from under ground
 

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