News: In June 1557 Edmund Allin, his wife and five others were burnt at the stake, where Drakes pub now stands in Fairmeadow, Maidstone, for refusing to accept Catholicism.
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carolmapley

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Re: Cranbrook ROC Post
« Reply #2 on: May 30, 2011, 22:02:48 »
Cranbrook post used to be across the road from the local Home Office radio maintanance depot who used to look after all the police and home defence radio systems in Kent and East Sussex. I suspect they looked after their local post as they kept supplying us with duff dipoles which would only work in one direction instead of being omnidirectional. Funnily enough the only post we could talk to was Cranbrook who had to feed all our info to group at Maidstone for us.

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« Reply #1 on: November 02, 2009, 16:38:13 »
This one is located next to the side of a road, but within the fence of a industrial site.  It's locked with an big, old padlock which didn't look like it had been opened in years.  The surface features are in good condition, interior unknown.


 

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