Royal Observer Corps Posts
The Royal Observer Corps' main task was identifying hostile aircraft until the 50's, the start of the Cold War. The increasing threat of nuclear attack promoted the House of Commons to announce that the ROC was to be chosen for the new role of reporting nuclear blasts and monitoring fall-out, this lead to the job of building 1,563 underground monitoring posts across the country.
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List Of ROC Posts
September 02, 2016
A former ROC post, complete with a small toilet room and a main room which still has metal bunk beds with sheets. The bunker has suffered some damage but still worth a look.
January 09, 2012
On top of a hill over looking the Severn off of Hallen Road to the East, North of the M5.
September 27, 2010
Little Sodbury ROC can be found in a field near New Tyning Lane and the junctions of Horton Hill, just off of the A46.
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