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    Default ROC Post Buckinghamshire


    So here goes... When we arrived at this ROC post we saw the hatch had been left open, so we were not hopeful that there would be anything left worth seeing. However, we were pleasantly surprised to see it wasn't in terrible condition -compared to some we've seen on the internet!

    The photos aren't the best as we only had our phones.

















    Last edited by Urbex Fam; 29th Mar 17 at 17:13.

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    I've nosed around posts in worse nick, I didn't spot any Glitto in your pics it could have bin in the toilet though, Nice One Thanks
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    No Glitto I'm afraid, the toilet was full of rubbish unfortunately!

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    A worthy explore Id say, I could still spend a few hours in there lol
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