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TP2124 - Charlton Hill
5th Aug 2012 14:40 by yukin61
25th Jul 2012 12:24 by TheGreatScandini
25th Jul 2012 12:23 by Sven
Bit of a drive by. Climb over a gate at the far end of the field after the white house and head in a SW direction. The pillar is not on pink sandstone but some classic Uriconian rhyolite. Similar to that in the cutting on the new route of the A5 which did for a trig point in that position. Good view indeed to The Wrekin.
2nd Mar 2012 13:52 by longmyndhiker
Friendly couple in the white house adjacent said it would be no problem with the landowner. Use gate just N of said white house. Lovely spot.
18th Mar 2011 16:00 by heavyhorses
You dont think of any high ground between The Wrekin and Shrewsbury so this one is a nice little surprise.
18th Sep 2010 12:00 by RichardL
14th Nov 2008 13:00 by ocean soul
Easy trig-100 yards inside field with great views across to Wrekin
19th Oct 2008 11:45 by THE CYCLIST
3rd Feb 2007 14:11 by Deego
The gate was open and people were around waiting for the hunt to pass near the trig. People standing near the trig were suprised that we were there for the TP. We watched the hunt pass by, its the first one I have seen... (with SSMP)#453
3rd Feb 2007 14:11 by scooby scrappy and mp
Seen when out with Deego
25th Jun 2005 10:50 by Glaslyn
Good views of the Wrekin ,access easy hop over roadside fence,found gate after!
14th Mar 2005 16:48 by Keith Stevens
On a nice little outcrop of red sandstone rocks in an otherwise grassy landscape, with lambs all around. Good condition. Private
2nd Mar 2005 16:35 by Rhayader_wanderer
Good views parked up by the entrance to the masts without obstructing access then out and back and home. Ted has better similar photos than me for this
19th Feb 2005 16:15 by Father Ted
Happened to catch the attention of someone in the farmyard who gave me permission to climb up and see this very attractive trig with a good view of the Wrekin.
29th Jan 2005 11:50 by Lathama
A glorious spot, with views to the Wrekin, Wales and The Lawley/Long Mynd. On top of an outcrop of pink rock, as fasgadh says. Concrete plug replacement. Quite a lot of white paint, especially on S face. All sightholes open. Much lichen growing on it. No sheep today but gate into field open so access easy. A pity about the two adjacent mobile phone masts........
28th Nov 2004 12:00 by peregrinus
vgc, flat resin plug, rocky outcrop in pasture
montaged by JWR ©peregrinus
18th Jul 2004 16:18 by Phil Clayton
Good view of the Wrekin. Trig stands on top of a rocky outcrop in a field of sheep.
22nd Nov 2003 12:20 by fasgadh
Celebrating England's World Cup Win Interesting one, on an outcrop of pink Uriconian rock. Pillar in good condition, but with a rough surface plastic plug. Not much in the way of a view as it was foggy.. On the way to traditional humiliation at Shrewsbury....
23rd Feb 1983 00:00 by RogerTempleman
White pillar on Precambrian outcrop surrounded by rough pasture. Good views of the Wrekin.