View Full Version : Castelton ROC Post - (Yorkshire Group) - October 2009

25-12-2009, 09:19 PM
Yayy. This was my first ROC Post, and was slightly dissapointed. I's had high hopes after seeing this one on Sub-Brit, but obviously a few years of chavvy kids has gotten the better of it. The hatch has gone and been dumped in the bottom. Thus paving stones being ont he top which are VERY heavy when your by yourself!!! The bottom of the ladders is strew with debris. The toilet is smashed however a few things remain on the shelf in the toilet. In the main room there is not a lot left and the floor has about 4" ow water, so i didnt venture right in. Whod have thought somewhere so peaceful and idylic could have done something to this post!
The fence around it also remains :)


Compound: Pristine Condition
Paint: Mild Flaking
Hatch: Detatched, Large Slabs Over The Top Of Hatch
Sump: Not Working
Toilet: Trashed (but still there) Also Toilet Has A Shelf With A Few Cleaning Bits & Bobs
Monitoring Room: 4" Of Water, Graffiti. Stripped & Trashed

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Surface features still in situ'.

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Looking down

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Toilet. Bit of a dodgy shot actually. I thought i taken another portrait but obv not :mad:

Sign on the door.

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Main Room

Jack :)

Oh and i can report that Rosedale ROC is welded :)

25-12-2009, 10:01 PM
Thats pretty trashed:(.
luckily some survive better than that though a few are restored or in the process of that [a few custodians of various roc posts are members on here] :

Heres mine when equipped, i strip it out when not in use because of what happens to them: