United Kingdom Titterstone Clee Hill - Radar Stations

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Matt Holland

About this spot
Titterstone Clee Hill, often mistaken for Clee hill and is one of the two Clee Hill's in the Shropshire Area of Natural Beauty. Titterstone Clee hill is home to, two weather radars on the summit. Below the hill is a large quarry which offers fantastic opportunities to explore and walk about the old buildings.

Look for the giant Golf Ball like objects at the top.
The larger Radar is for Air Traffic control, the smaller of the two is a weather radar run by the Met Office.

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Matt Holland

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