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TP1065 - Barskiven Hill
23rd Aug 2011 11:15 by sky high boys
23rd Apr 2011 13:45 by andyc
Still there and looking well looked after by householder at no 52.
16th Jun 2010 17:01 by SlainteJimmy
Happy Days Chaps... the lil feller not only survived, but is now better cared-for than ever before... all sights remain underground and still rough around the edges while residing in the neatly trimmed back garden of #52 Hillman Crescent... Cracking Result!! :D
Barskiven Hill ..better than ever! :D
18th May 2009 20:37 by descarte1
Still there! In a garden now on the boundary line between the older houses behind (seen in other photographs) and the newer ones in a cul-de-sac. The houses at the end of the cul-de-sac are not quite finished yet. Got near via a garden two along but the fence was a bit thorough and couldn't get closer than about 10m! The pillar has had the back garden fence built around it so just possible the little fella might survive as a garden ornament! No views, oddly enough.
Barskiven Hill 18May2009 Barskiven Hill pillar 18th May 2009. Seems to have had the garden fence built around it so it might just survive the development
12th Mar 2008 18:05 by SlainteJimmy
Last chance to see Folks... this poor wee fella will be either buried or be in some new homeowners backyard in a few months, courtesy of Linwoods new Meadowbrook Housing development. Accessed from the SouthEast through a gap in the fence after working hours. Top cracked, cap missing and sights below ground level. ...Good Luck liltte feller!
Barskiven Hill ..under development... Good Luck little fella !
29th Oct 2007 00:35 by Rhayader_wanderer
Should have been couldn't reach it. May still be there but the whole of the area behind the houses is fenced off as the new housebuilding gathers pace.
13th Jan 2007 12:31 by agentmancuso
Waste ground to west is currently being landscaped - new housing estate would be my guess. An old lady objected to my parking outside her house (on the public road, first left after the Linwood roundabout), saying it was 'private property'. I told her where to go.
25th Dec 2005 12:00 by peregrinus
no cap or plug, top crazed with fine cracks, at edge of waste ground in brambles overlooking garden of house
Montaged by Jon Rouse ©peregrinus
27th Jan 2005 12:00 by iainmac
Top is suffering. Revisited to photograph.
26th Oct 2003 12:00 by iainmac
Overgrown area at back of houses
8th Aug 1990 11:42 by Clochandighter
Behind a rear fence, but easy to access. First visit 7/09/1989, revisited 8/09/1990. Spider retained original OS centre plug back then. I see from IRMs pic that the OS plug thief has since visited.
7th Aug 1989 13:09 by Clochandighter
First visit. To record FB number. The pillar was completed in August 1946 costing £6.9s.6d. In 1947 this marker was computed for triangulation as teriary station NS77/T145 in the Glasgow secondary block. The flush bracket was levelled for height in 1968. This trig point was last maintained by the OS in October 1971. .