Monday, July 20, 2009
More of Marple's heritage was destroyed this week, when a WWII command post was flattened by contractors preparing a work site ready for next years repair of Dan Bank.
The work site will probably be there for 12 - 18 months. The command post has been there for 60 years.
An unusual construction, with two rooms each with a metal arched roof.
The arched riveted steel roofs were the last thing to be seen of what was probably a unique relic in the borough.