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TP7500 - Drumalbin
16th May 2013 09:18 by jonglew
Standard Leica transmitter, tripod mounted on the ground inside a met office enclosure. Friendly farmer allowed us to drive up to the compound. Large gap under the fence allowed easy access into the compound. Bonus flush bracket on the farm building spotted also.
18th Apr 2012 12:29 by SlainteJimmy
Fab to find a Stephenson Screen in the enclosure, I avoided the field with the Bull on heat (servicing his Lady Cows) and my brother spotted the FlushBracket on the Farmhouse below... WTG Bro' :-)
Drumalbin ..another classic Leica\'shroom.
4th Jun 2011 12:50 by descarte1
Leica mushroom dome on ground-mounted tripod. Situated in the Met Office enclosure with other instruments of science! Not much else you can say really. Accidentally parked beside a NPFB I hadn't known about at the farm which I was inordinately pleased about!
22nd Jul 2009 10:08 by sky high boys
Had to be done, I like shiney things :-)
21st Feb 2009 14:59 by agentmancuso
Easy access along track. Nice tripod, if you like that sort of thing.
31st Jan 2009 12:00 by Late starter
This looks like a brand new active station. I have never seen the usual mushroom dome (Leica SR530) looking so bright and shiny. It was situated in a weather station enclosure, which was exceptionally well maintained, with neatly mown grass even in January!
31st Jan 2009 12:00 by Bergfuehrer
Lanarkshire. We parked alongside a flush bracket at Drumalbin Farm and walked up the track to the weather station enclosure on the hill. This active station is in immaculate condition and, interestingly, is the first active station I have seen that stands on its own tripod on the ground.