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TP1620 - Brick Kiln Farm
25th May 2012 10:15 by Lathama
In arable field with reasonably easy access, not far off Chichester bypass. Original plug with slightly-indented letters. No paint. Sightholes below soil level. Moderate agriculatural views.
1st Oct 2011 11:30 by Trigpoint100
Bought a piece of sculpture whilst walking the New Lipchis Way earlier this week, so had to return to Chichester to collect it and logged this trig en route. Accessed through a maize tunnel and absolutely no views, but vgc with metal cap in place.
11th Sep 2011 11:23 by qmaster
Hidden behind 7' high maize crop
23rd Apr 2011 11:12 by THE CYCLIST
11th Dec 2010 11:20 by bluebeard
1st Feb 2009 12:29 by hussyhill
Found this one in the snow, walked across field, visible from the road.
Our Spot ©hussyhill
26th Jul 2008 11:15 by PHMB
Parked at nearby layby on Runcton road. Located in field at end of tree/hedge line. Pillar has no sign of any paint. Retains plug, shallow indented lettering.
3rd Dec 2007 17:20 by Pyoung1s
30th Jul 2006 12:00 by peregrinus
vgc, metal cap shallow letters. N end of S-N hedge, edge of maize crop, no view.
26th Mar 2006 16:15 by mickandshane
Easy access across muddy field inhabited by hundreds of swans. Plug with indented lettering.
8th Nov 2005 12:22 by Griefmiester
Located at edge of field, about 200 meters from the road. Pillar is in good condition.
12th Jul 2004 16:15 by chas
In a bush but reasonably accessible across a field.
21st May 2003 15:00 by Wood Smoke
20th Dec 2001 12:04 by Sapper
In the middle of a field that had recently been muck spread when I walked round it!