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Report - Toddington ROC Post - Bedfordshire Group - 29-10-07

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Third stop on my short tour today, another demolished post but the tantalising suggestion of former access via a 'broken gate in the hedge' as per Subbrit's page :

http://www.subbrit.org.uk/cgi-bin/w...pagenum=1&cgifunction=Search&cgifunction=form

They were right though! Somewhat further down the lane than suggested (more like 200 yards or more) I found the two gateposts in the hedge, with flaking blue paint on them and a short section of fencing. The point is also marked by the fact that the ditch at the side of the lane has a short section of piping at the point where the path into the ROC compound would have been. Although it is not very clear in the pictures I hope they give some idea.

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Fencepost can be seen in the centre of the picture.

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One of the sections of fencing can be seen in the hedge in the centre.

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From a distance, an almost imperceptable dip in the field can be seen - approximately on the horizon of the picture above - where the post may have been situated - it is unclear from Subbrit whether the post was completely demolished or just the surface features were cleared away.
 

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