At the end of a line of telegraph poles in an overgrown rectangular compound 15 yards south of an un-named minor road.
OPEN There are concrete steps for access on both sides of an earth bank alongside the road. All surface features remain intact with some flaking of the grey/green. A metal dome and aerial bracket on the ventilation shaft indicates this was a master post. The hatch is open but is very rusty. Internally the post has been trashed and is covered in graffiti. The cupboard doors have been pulled off, the table & shelf are detached, as is a rack of small shelves and a sloping table. Other items include the BPI mount (detached), coax, wiring, rack of Dexion shelves and a sign, which says ‘Danger unexploded maroon’ The post is strewn with rubbish, and there is a little water on the floor at the bottom of the shaft.
A section of concrete block wall from the aircraft post stands alongside.
Opened in 1962 and closed in 1991.