On a small area of high rough ground 50 yards west of the A701
LOCKED All surface features remain intact with the green paint in good condition. There is some damage to the top of the access shaft which has a double step. There are no padlocks but the hatch appears to be locked internally and will probably open with a Scottish T Bar key. One ventilation louvre is hanging off. There is some evidence of soil erosion under the access shaft apron, but it has caused little damage. The hatch is open but can be opened with a Scottish ‘T’ bar key. Internally the post is damp with a little water at the bottom of the access shaft. There is a raised wooden floor in the monitoring room. Much remains in place including the table, shelf, cupboard, twin bunks, single bed (dismantles), 2 chairs, cluster map, cloud posters (cut and placed in a book) indicating this was a ROCMET post, BPI mount, BT junction boxes and wiring, 2 racks of wooden shelves, tool board, four 1" OS maps (on wall), battery box, utensils, saucepan, kettle, mirror, 2 blankets, papers, broom, crowbar and the visitors book.
An Orlit A stands on top of a low hill nearby. It retains some wiring and its instrument mounting. Sections of the roof cover are lying inside and on the ground nearby.
Opened in 1959 and closed in 1991.