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A book, written by Keith Stevens and Peter Whittaker, about trigpointing walks in the Peaks.
A book, written by Keith Stevens, about trigpointing walks in the Dales.
An e-book, written by John Davies, about the Primary Re-triangulation in Wales.
A book, written by a long standing T:UK member, about trigpoint walks in the Peak District.
Profile for mickandshane
|Email address:||mick dot milner at edmund-nuttall dot co dot uk|
|Personal details:||We started trigging in 1994 when it seemed a good way of combining walks in the south of England at the weekend with weeks holidays in the hillier parts of England and Wales. We have photos of all the trigs we've visited but our camera of choice is a Voigtlander 110, (I don't think there were digitals in 1994), and to put these on the website would be a lengthy process - taking them out of the album, scanning them etc. We might do it some day.
From an early stage we decided to concentrate on England and Wales, and to try and visit the higher trigs - something we've achieved pretty well, although we'll have to give Kielder Forest a bit more attention. We have bagged the border trigs in the Cheviots where they lie on the watershed, although some of these are technically in Scotland.
Foot and mouth stopped us in our tracks (literally!) in February 2001 and what with a career change and other commitments we didn't get back into it properly until late 2003 - when we discovered this wonderful website. Long may it continue! |
|Total of 3023 trigpoints logged:|
|By current use|
|NCE Adjustment||50|| |
|By historic use|
|13th order - GPS||11|
|Buried Block||1|| |
|Unreachable but visible||2|