In an irregularly shaped compound just north of trig. Station on the east side of an un-named minor road.
OPEN All surface features remain intact with some green paint remaining. The louvres on the ventilation shaft are missing. There is a 30 foot aerial mast fixed to the FSM pipe with a 7 element beam aerial on top of it. The hatch is open. Internally the posted is flooded to a depth of two inches. Only the cupboard remains from ROC days. The post appears to be used as a store with several items of old radio equipment (some ex-army). The aerial mast above comes down the FSM pipe and is resting on the floor.
A small concrete building that may once have been an Orlit A stands in one corner of the compound. Its height has been increased with one coarse of breezeblocks with a locked door at one end and a new roof. It is pained orange but some original green paint is visible beneath this. There is a modern prefabricated building within the compound with several radio masts attached to it. The building is locked. An amateur radio club probably owns the site.
Opened in 1960 and closed in 1968.