Ottery St Mary Suboutstation

Putts Corner, near Ottery St Mary, Devon
Call sign
Golding 1A
Special Duties Personnel
Role Name Posted from Until
Operator Mr Henry John Smith Unknown 20 Jun 1944
Station description

The Station was in the attic of the Hare and Hounds public house at Putts Corner. The attic covered the extent of the original building.
The Hare and Hounds is quite an isolated public house between the villages of Ottery St Mary and Sidbury. It is situated directly on a crossroads on the A375 called Putts Corner. This is an isolated but strategic crossroads on the A375 leading from the seaside town of Sidmouth to the more inland town of Honiton.
There are very few houses or farm houses close by but it is assumed that nobody would take much notice of frequent visitors.

Station accessibility
The OB site is publicly accessible
Station Status
Location not known
Caption & credit
The Hare and Hounds Public House
Caption & credit
The Hare and Hounds Public House on Putts Corner
Map Location

Ottery St Mary Suboutstation


Arthur Gabbitas
Kelly's Directories.
Article by Chris Saunders
Robert Neale of Ottery St Mary Heritage Society.