Seems to have been used post WWII, especially during Korean War. Location from a mapsite; certainly was around Castle Peak area
construction started 1949: By this time Mao was getting close to the New Territories (NT) border. An advance party was sent into the hills and told to start building a camp to be known as Far East Farm.http://www.royal-signals.org.uk/of_interest/Signals%20Service.php72nd Regiment Royal Artillery was based there in 1952 and at Gun Club Barracks
Here's its location as described in this 1950 document:
Thanks to Tymon Mellor for pinpointing the location:
I've updated the marker's location above.
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