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Thread: RAF Dry Tree Chain Home Radar Station (Pic Heavy)

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    That's a really nice find, Alf, especially as it's a fairly unknown site. Great when that happens.
    I'm chuffed to see the close-up of the tower base...you may have just answered a question about the remains of one near to me, which I wasn't sure was radar-related or not.
    Cheers. :)

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    Nice to see someone has finally posted this up! It's a nice little site isn't it Fred? Did you manage the fire dump at Predannack too?

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    Top notch report that what a place to go round, full of interest. :)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Badoosh View Post
    Nice to see someone has finally posted this up! It's a nice little site isn't it Fred? Did you manage the fire dump at Predannack too?
    Yes BD it was a nice find as I had no idea it was there. :)

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    Def one for the list.... The times I have driven past those big dishes.....:)

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    Good explore and pics.
    Just to pick up on something you said in the info it appears adders are on the increase, a wildlife friend tells me theres been a bit boost to numbers this year (don't know why) so keep a watch out when exploring.

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