Telephone Repeater Station, Newbold-on-Stour, Warwickshire

Description of this historic site

A post World War two telephone repeater station; possibly part of the Secure Communications Network.

Notes about this historic site

1 Telephone Repeater Station at Newbold-on-Stour at the juntion of Mill Lane and A3400. The Warwickshire Industrial Archaeology Society conducted a site visit of the telephone repeater station in November 2008 followed by a des- based assessment of the building. This assessment noted that the building was build in the late 1940s however the precise date is not known, the building itself is of an high quality build using local stone for ornamentation which is noted as unusual of a utility building of this period. There is some lack of details about this building and it is speculated that this station formed apart of the Secure Communications Network which could account for the above normal build quality and lack of paper details.

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