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A book, written by Keith Stevens and Peter Whittaker, about trigpointing walks in the Peaks.
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A book, written by a long standing T:UK member, about trigpoint walks in the Peak District.
TP2185 - Citron Seat
20th Apr 2013 13:05 by PeteBoggs
Pleasant walk up from Trough Heads following wall
20th Oct 2012 12:15 by ArthurH
Public Bridleway disappears in heather across grouse moor though very obvious along top of ridge
15th Sep 2012 10:39 by coinea
15th Sep 2012 10:38 by Clochandighter
Pillar in good condition. Spider centre plugged with shooth brown plaster. Flush bracket faces ESE, ~103°. Vented through NW sight hole. Memorial plaque to farmer on NE face. 360° open outlook.
S4477 - Citron Seat & GRP
9th Sep 2012 14:11 by dmacbrew
4th Aug 2012 00:00 by caroleengel
16th May 2012 11:00 by manonabike
Walked up from Sleightholme Farm, (parking by permission is available). Surprisingly dry underfoot after the deluge of the last month. Good views all round.
17th Jun 2010 14:24 by peebs
Great views-E to Middlesborough and N to Teesdale
24th Apr 2010 14:10 by sheepsocks
Sunny day, huge views acoss the moors, far enough from the A66 dual carriageway for it not to be heard or seen.
10th Oct 2009 12:55 by NogintheNog
23rd May 2009 11:50 by ted
Plug replaced. Sombre moorland interrupted by the A66.
21st Jul 2008 15:09 by senrabyar
4th Jun 2006 13:45 by Shacklesborough
This trig was special by having a small plaque affixed to commemorate a local farmer, Lewis Guy. Pillar in good condition. Nice views east and north.
19th Jul 2003 12:00 by peregrinus
vgc; resin plug; plaque to Guy Emley 1911-1982 who farmed and loved this land
8th Mar 2002 15:26 by jimmy
there is a memorial plaque fixed on the trig which reads "In Memory of LEWIS GUY Esq. Of Gilmonby 1910-1988 who loved and farmed this land"
6th Mar 1999 00:00 by mickandshane