|OS Grid Reference||TA18272491|
|Date opened||June 1962|
|Date closed||October 1968|
|Location||150 yards South West from a sharp bend in an un-named minor road and 50 yards West of trig. station.|
|Description||LOCKED All surface features remain intact with some blue paint remaining on the louvres. The concrete step up to the shaft is detached from the apron which is breaking up. Two telegraph poles remain, one amongst the trees by the road and a second 50 yards from the post. The hatch is open. Internally the post has been completely stripped, including the doors, all that remains are the BPI baffle plates. There is evidence of a fire. The post was known locally as PAULL but it was never officially re-named. The post is on farm land owned by a Sub Brit member, it has been partially restored and is now securely locked.|
|There is an aircraft post nearby consisting or railings at ground level.
|Date of Visit||3.7.1999|