This page will be updated as more posts are visited, latest additions: Brixham, Devon. Pictures are arranged alphabetically by county.
ROC Posts are mostly privately owned and should not be entered without the permission of the owners, some are located on common land, but they are unlikely to be open. Look out for open days of restored posts!
For a plan of a typical post, click here, below is a photo tour of a Post.
Here are some photos of the standard items:
Teletalk Machine -----FSM Pipe Cover, and GZI
Bomb Power Indicator ---------ROC Journal
Rainham, Essex Group
Barham, Kent Group
Bethersden, Kent Group
Blean, Kent Group
Brookland, Kent Group
The very overgrown hatch
Cranbrook, Kent Group
Dymchurch, Kent Group
This post opened in 1962 and closed in 1991. It is located in a compound off the main road, near a caravan park.
Edenbridge, Kent Group
Eythorne, Kent Group
Folkestone No.2 Post, Kent Group
This post is located at the edge of a field, it opened in 1961 and closed in 1991. The compound is overgrown with bramble and the post vandalised. A WW2 aircraft observation post is located next to the bunker.
Good surface features
Swingate (Dover), Kent Group
This post is located next to a path through a sheep field at Swingate, it is currently locked. It opened in 1962 and closed in 1968.
Tenterden, Kent Group
Hogs Back, Surrey Group
Possible entrance within the secure compound?
Cuckfield, Sussex Group
Fairlight, Sussex Group
Horsham, Sussex Group
Lewes, Sussex Group
Newhaven, Sussex Group
This post has been demolished, but has been reconstructed at Newhaven Fort.
Robertsbridge, Sussex Group