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TP7750 - Shrewsbury
14th May 2013 10:20 by Dusty
Very heavy rain falling so picture is very poor. Easy to see from main gates.
5th May 2013 14:35 by arranc
seen on roof of low building from locked second gate
10th Mar 2013 09:03 by peregrinus
ted's route, gap in cypress hedge. If outer gates were open, from inner gate it would be straight ahead, on front left corner of office building.
Yep it's a Leica Viewed thru STW fence
12th Jan 2012 13:04 by longmyndhiker
Saw from the Sewage Works gate. Thanks for the pointers Sheepsocks & Ted
26th Dec 2011 12:15 by sheepsocks
On a Sewage Farm, invisible down a curving drive beyond gate with 3 rows of razor wire. Mind you, on a working day it may well be possible to get to it. Did try getting a peek from a local housing estate, but no joy.
23rd Dec 2011 12:15 by ted
Approached from SE across pasture. Over wooden fence at NW end of field where the line along the back of the houses converges with the boundary fence of Monkmoor sewage works. Then a dead-end track with evergreens screening the works from the surrounding area. The active station can be seen through the branches. Its on the N angle of a single-storey building and appears to be the usual Leica dome on a metal pole. Miserable wet day.