The four large masts standing 600ft tall – glowing with safety lights on the top as a warning to all low-flying aircraft – are all that’s left of HMS Inskip, which used to be known as HMS Nightjar.
Our archive photos provide a rare glimpse inside the site, which was operated by the Royal Navy until 2003. It housed an airfield of the Fleet Air Arm and later became a military high frequency radio transmitting station.
It also spent some time as a training centre for Sea Cadets.
Our pictures show HMS Inskip back in its heyday of the 1970s.