At the end of a line of telegraph poles in an ‘L’ shaped compound set into the hillside in the corner of a grassed field. North east from the end of a track leading to a farmhouse.
LOCKED All surface features are intact with some flaking of the black paint. One of the ventilation louvers is mounted upside down. A metal dome on the ventilation shaft and three guying points indicates this was a master post.
A brick built aircraft post stands close to the telegraph pole. Its door is locked but the wooden instrument table is visible as is a bed frame, battery box and paraffin heater. It is approximately 7’ X 5’ with a sloping corrugated metal sheet over the small 2’ X 5’ crew room. There is a junction box on the nearby telegraph pole and part of the removable wood/tin roof covering the open section lies on the ground nearby. A small wood and asbestos toilet hut stands just outside the compound.
Opened in 1961 and closed in 1991.