in a rectangular compound at the end of a line of telegraph poles, in a cleared are of woodland on the South side of a farm track. 100 yards East from an un-named minor road.
LOCKED All surface features remain intact. The post has been painted grey externally and the access shaft is covered in camouflage netting. Other items, including more netting, relating to an unknown pseudo-military use, lie around the compound. The hatch is locked. January 2016 - still locked
An aircraft observation post consisting of a grassed area surrounded by grey painted railings stands in the north east corner of the compound. A few yards to the south of the aircraft post a second ‘bunker’ has been constructed, with a raised grassed mound with two ventilation pipes on top visible. This was apparently constructed by ROC members during operational days as an exercise in shelter building. It was later used as a secondary store but was very damp. It was constructed without official authorisation although HQ did know about it and turned a blind eyes so long as it didn’t breach the main post structure.
Opened in 1961 and closed in 1991.