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TP0258 - Mileoak Farm
3rd Apr 2013 17:56 by Lodgebarn
Just passing by. I think I was on the easiest side to park, across from the trig.
19th Oct 2012 11:25 by Ham Shady
18th Oct 2012 09:30 by asbown
28th Apr 2012 15:50 by dal
29th Apr 2011 11:50 by bluebeard
15th Mar 2011 14:03 by trig-man
26th Feb 2011 15:15 by cassandy
In good condition, if a little ivy clad!
The Trig ©cassandy
11th Aug 2010 13:56 by Arnand
Parked inconsiderately on grass verge next to this as it looked like a quiet road (its not). Found gap in fence for a quick photo of trig. Somebody left a horseshoe propped up on it, obviously for good luck getting back to your car without getting abused by drivers you have cheesed off. Trig in good condition with OS plaque present but cap missing with ivy growing out of top
Mileoak lucky horseshoe ©Arnand
19th May 2009 17:12 by Griefmiester
Easy roadside location - pillar good condition.
26th Sep 2008 11:40 by THE CYCLIST
12th Mar 2008 17:30 by mitsiman
Right next to the road, on field side of hedge.
13th Jan 2008 11:20 by Pyoung1s
21st Jun 2007 16:20 by Brisey
I wasted a lot of time searching the wood on the south side of the road and had to return to the car to programme my GPS, which put me right. So would the map, if I'd looked.
16th Dec 2006 16:55 by Glaslyn
Easy to finish the day,parking opposite briefly.Now for the 3 hour drive home!
18th Nov 2006 14:15 by Father Ted
Parked in a field entrance about 250 meters to the west and walked back along field edge - very muddy! Walked back along the road kicking all the mud off!
28th Sep 2006 09:22 by Rhayader_wanderer
Had to settle for a slow drive by en route to a meeting in nearby Abthorpe
14th Jun 2006 21:20 by KandG
Blimey! This is a busy place tonight, just missed Lathama by just under an hour. We took the decision to walk along the edge of the field, rather than along the road, and found the trig in the field -and rather too far to be seen from the road through the hedge.
14th Jun 2006 20:35 by Lathama
Very ivy'd up! In a hedge by the side of the road but easily accessible round the edge of the wheat field. Some white paint. No plug. Sightholes below vegetation level. I must admit that I didn't see the anti-vandal plaque on it but it was very much covered in ivy, so I probably just missed it. Lovely views NW/N/NE over the agricultural land.
23rd Apr 2005 12:40 by mickandshane
At the side of the road. GPS plaque. Plug missing.
22nd Apr 2005 14:30 by milvus-milvus
Passed this many times. Finally stopped.
16th Jan 2005 07:55 by Bridgeman
Located north side of road behind hedge. Park at gap in hedge and the trig point is only 5 metres to the west. Visited before dawn so pictures are a bit dark.
9th Jan 2005 12:30 by MCL
Easy access from road. Behind hedge a few yards from gap.
7th Dec 2003 13:30 by scafell3210
In hedge at road side (can park within 2 metres of it) not far far from our regular haunts of Towcester Leisure Centre and occasionally MacDonalds. Central plate on mount missing - found plastic ring nearby, almost fitted would this be it ?
3rd Nov 2002 12:00 by peregrinus
just inside field by entrance, VGC, plastic plug, GPS, pleasant views