The place never really changed that much over the years did it? It was just like that in 1970.
No doubt myself and others can add to the list. For me it was the photographs in Nelson hall, the CMG, the pig farm etc.
The front gates are now also listed. They are one of the few examples of pusser ironwork dating from the reign of Edward VIII. The signal/Martello Tower is also preserved. In 2002 the Signal School was falling apart (the floor was unsafe to walk on really), the GMC was ankle deep in guano (persuaded the security guy to show us round it) and there were still some of the old chart tables in his office. The boy in the duck suit still runs through the padlocked doors of the swimming pool and you can hear him panting and him doubling on the tarmac - though it may have been my friend trying to wind me up! :???: :evil:
One of my relatives in Plymouth was there in the 20s - one of only two things he couldn't discuss: his time in the G Spot and his time in a Japanese POW camp.
I thought the revealling bit was 'Nutty, nutty, nutty... on naked skin!' Own up Nutty, you were Ken's JI weren't you.. please explain what you were doing on his naked skin and why you felt like wire wool? Not severe acne I hope!