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  1. The Radio station was a transmission faclity built in 1926 used to transmit telegraph messages to the Commonwealth as part of the Imperial Wireless chain, it was owned by the Post Office. During World War II many of the transmitters were used by the Armed Forces. The station stopped transmitting in 2004, the 1926 building 'A 'has since been taken over by BT as a document storage facility whilst this site, building 'B' built in the 50's was last used as a customer service centre for MM O2 airwave. I'm not sure when they moved out but it must have been after 2007 as there are signs reflecting the smoking ban. The place has taken a severe beating from the pikey, it’s pretty much trashed everywhere and the basement is completely flooded. A very relaxed explore, I didn't see anyone else the whole time I was there.
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