|OS Grid Reference||SC29156917|
|County||Isle of Man|
|Date opened||October 1968|
|Date closed||September 1991|
|Location||On a low mound in a square compound in the north east corner of a field close to the top of 'The Brough', overlooking Ronaldsway Airport.|
|Description||LOCKED All surface features remain intact with some flaking of the green paint. The hatch is detached but is held in place with a steel bar. The owners are intending to weld the hatch in place. Internally much remains in place although the post appears to have been used as a 'den' by local children. Remaining artefacts include: twin bunks with mattresses, two bed ends, table, shelf (both detached), cupboard, two folding canvas chairs, rack of wooden shelves, two short shelves above the table, a long shelf on the opposite wall, BPI mount (detached), BT junction boxes and wiring, WB1401 carrier receiver and a noticeboard. There are also two loudspeakers and two sleeping bags but the children may have left these.|
|Several domestic buildings from RAF Ronaldsway stand in a field nearby and alongside the path to the post are a number of magazines, some surrounded by earth banks. These were probably the bomb store for RAF Ronaldsway.
|Date of Visit||11.4.2003|