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Thread: Lyndon Green PR1 Protected Repeater Station, Feb 2018

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    Yeah it was a shame its so stripped out but certainly worth a quick look even for the history behind it. I suspect it could be very easily turned into something. I think the water might be a concern though if it flooded again. But as it has been said. Its clearly had water pumped out.


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    [QUOTE=Angelus;351209 But as it has been said. Its clearly had water pumped out.[/QUOTE]

    The water table in this area is very variable, which evidently caused problems in the early days. I suspect that the dryness photographed is down to a lowered water table in the area, unless there are deep drainage works in the immediate vicinity.

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