This well-preserved ROC post is one of hundreds still dotted about the country. There were originally 1,563 of these concrete structures built 6 feet underground between 1956 and 1965. Most have now been demolished, filled in or blocked off. Of those that remain, few are in as good condition as Broad Chalk.
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Broad Chalke ROC post is unique as it still had many original features, original tiling and even documents and a magazine dating back to the 80s. The cupboard, table, shelf, battery box, cables, dustpan, sheers, fire blanket box and glass-doored wall cabinet all remain intact and in place. This particular ROC post was closed in 1991.
Last Updated on 10 May 2022 by Michael