Royal Observer Corps
Record added 26/4/2001
OS Grid Reference TG34330827
County Norfolk
Date opened June 1961
Date closed September 1991
Location In a large square compound in the middle of an arable field at the end of a line of telegraph poles along an access track 200 yards east of High Noon Farm.
Description LOCKED All surface features remain intact with the access shaft set close to ground level. A metal dome on the ventilation shaft indicates thgis was a master post. The hatch is locked. Internally the following artifacts remain: table, shelf, cupboard, BPI mount, battery box, aerial air pipe, copper earth straps, coax cable for radio, Jerry can, some papers, fuse box, saucepan, plastic bowl, light, fire blanket in its box, broom, dustpan/brush. There is a new chemical toilet still in its plastic bag. The post is due to be sold in 2003.
A small square area nearby surrounded by railings was for aircraft observation.

Date of Visit 25.7.1998 & 3.4.2003
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