Te blast wall around this Variable Elevation Beam (VEB) hut at RAF Folly can clearly be seen in this aerial view.
Several buildings survive in the area around Lower Folly (SM 863193) which was the site of the four transmitter masts, now removed. Tese include a single storey latrine, two three-room transmitter blocks and a stand-by set house, all in fair condition, together with a derelict general purpose hut. Other surviving buildings include a derelict pumphouse at Trevane (SM 860200) and an earth-covered sub-station at Welsh Road, Nolton Haven (SM 860190).
Some traces remain of the domestic site at Roch Gate, although much new building has taken place in the area during the past half century.
Nolton Haven in the 1950s. Note the masts of RAF Folly on the skyline and the anti-invasion obstacles at the entrance to the beach.