Musselwick: On a headland above the beach can be seen the remains of a bombing range quadrant post and range direction arrow.
‘Temporary Brick Construction’ Water Pumphouse served RAF Talbenny - Orland Kilns, St Bride’s
Fopson Farm (SM798 094): Between Fopson Farm and Winterton can be seen a number of concrete huts. T is was the WW2 wireless receiving station for Dale Airfi eld.
Fragmentary remains of timber 70ft self supporting VHF Radio Toer - Fopston Marloes
Ripperston Cross (SM819 111): T e large brick building near the crossroads, still showing traces of camoufl age paint, is one of the best preserved WW2 ‘Happidromes’ in Britain. T is was a Ground Control Intercept radar station, and the ‘Happidrome’ was the operations block where the radar operators and controllers worked to track down and intercept night-raiding enemy aircraft. T e building which housed the stand-by generator is also still standing. A building near the farm to the south of the crossroads was once part of a High Frequency Direction Finding station, HFDF being a navigation system for aircraft.