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TP1124 - Bee Low
10th Sep 2012 15:17 by Griefmiester
Drove along past the Donkey Sanctuary big hole in the grownd! no pillar no hill!
5th Jul 2012 18:48 by PeteBoggs
That is one big quarry!
21st Jun 2011 16:30 by Ron Plasma
Do I need help? I just visited the site of a Trig Point on a MOUNTAIN that no longer exists! Strangely tricky navigation on a clockwise route from Sparrowpits. (Spar Row, kids!) But, yes, lovely pub. JC once told me there are any number of jammed pot-holers sealed up around there. Any truth?
12th Jun 2011 10:40 by pajames
Like others do not normally bother with the ones that are definitely missing but as was in area thought may as well log. Visited site on walk from Dove Holes to Edale in what turned out to be lovely Derbyshire rain
28th Mar 2011 14:30 by Terry L
I don't normally bother with these, but en route from Bradwell Moor to Dove Holes. Most definitely missing & most definitely private - "danger, keep out" signs all round. Bee Low quarry is part of larger Dove Holes quarry, worked by Cemex.
22nd Mar 2011 11:30 by mrs moo cow
Missing - visited for completness
1st Sep 2010 16:29 by chambers53
24th Jul 2010 10:00 by AndyKeen
8th Sep 2007 09:15 by Glaslyn
Huge quarry ,no sign of pillar.
3rd Feb 2007 11:00 by asbown
impressive quarry if you like that sort of thing, had a walk round edge to get as close as possible to where trigpoint once stood.
11th Nov 2006 13:50 by ted
Approached the present high point of Bee Low via diverted footpath on W side. Top down views; hard to imagine the original land surface.
25th Oct 2006 01:48 by Deego
Walked over in the rain to check a Trigpoint that went missing before I was born :o) I was not shocked that I didnt find it, just a very impressive hole in a active quarry
24th Jan 2006 11:30 by Keith Stevens
Went round the back of the quarry. Pillar position now 50 metres out into space, off the edge in my photo
21st Jun 2003 15:00 by The Peak Plodders
Bee Low is now part of Dove Holes, and Smalldale quaries. I walked around the quarry pit edge for a bit to be sure that where there once was a trig point, there is now a very large hole! Impressive stone work though.
24th Nov 2002 12:00 by peregrinus
GONE: not on OSLR or 1963 1 Tourist, TP @ 09247914 inside mapped extent of quarry, mapped summit @ 093793 may be also gone: Built 01/09/47 dest 01/04/66 (OS). OS advise S4227 : this is (now) Jodrell Bank.