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    Went on 24th April and couldn't gain access, visited again this Saturday 29th April 2016, what an amazing place.... shame you cant get to the lower levels yet due to flooding but hoping in the summer it dries up a bit and we can get to the lower levels.
    Gorgeous views and the atmosphere is amazing.... a 3/4 mile round walk to and from this old fort but well worth it if you ask me.



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    Quote Originally Posted by oldscrote View Post
    That was a great explore!

    It doesnt ever really dry out in the summer. A bit more of the parade ground becomes uncovered but thats about it

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