In a large rectangular overgrown compound on the brow of a hill on the east side of a field boundary 200 yards south-east from Myrton Crescent. It is believed that the Observers made their way to the post via Myrton Crescent as the fences between there and the post all have access styles of the type seen at ROC locations.
LOCKED The post was closed in the 1968 reorganisation but by 1987 it had been recommissioned to replace Garlieston. All surface features remain intact with the brown/green paint flaking badly. The post is unusually tall with a high step. The FSM pipe is nearly double its usual height with the top and section of shaft fixed on top of a standard length FSM pipe. The wooden ventilation louvers are rotting and the hatch is very rusty but still locked. The concrete apron of the access shaft has suffered very badly from soil erosion and is hardly supported in places. Due to this it is beginning to crack. The ventilation shaft, attached to the access shaft has a bad crack in it, presumably due to the same problem.
Opened in 1961 and closed in 1968, reopened before 1987 and finally closed in 1991.