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TP2759 - Delph Farm
15th Jun 2013 16:46 by catman
As stated.next to road.Pendlehill was just too early for "Red Arrows" air display in valley for Cononley Gala.Panoramic views.
15th Jun 2013 15:51 by pendlelill
next to road a few yds from farm buildings. no gates near road ask at farm
trig location nr farm buildings ©pendlelill
12th May 2013 17:20 by tommo
parked roadside, pillar in field so did a quick trespass over the wall to get to it , views not great due to poor weather , pillar in good condition
21st Sep 2012 14:37 by Glaslyn
Easy find adjacent to road.
13th Mar 2012 16:25 by THE CYCLIST
28th Oct 2011 12:40 by blackboot29
Went through gate near cattery after asking permission,no problems. Could have climbed wall but looked unstable and would probably be seen
3rd Sep 2011 00:00 by Rupertal
22nd Aug 2011 20:29 by starky
18th Jun 2011 13:38 by Paulus66
Photographed this one from the roadside. I couldn't be bothered trying to climb over the tricky and probably unstable wall and a bit too close to the cattery/stables. Trig has obviously been painted in the not too distant past.
26th Mar 2011 14:14 by 1.1
LOOKED AT PILLER FROM ROADSIDE.
20th Feb 2011 17:00 by peregrinus
vgc, metal cap, shallow letters. Revisited for a closer look. Some attentive sheep, otherwise all quiet.
9th Jan 2011 14:50 by MickandKim
Jumped over low wall for quick trip Easy access if you don`t get caught
14th Dec 2010 10:40 by painterman61
Asked nice lady at cattery ,acsess through gate.Trig in vgc original plug painted white but now fading.
7th Oct 2010 16:39 by jamiekeighley
Nice sunny evening walk from Crosshills. Jumped wall but luckily no one around. In full view of farm.
8th Sep 2010 20:44 by Triggers
Easily accessible from road, if you're prepared to jump over the wall
Delph Farm ©Triggers
28th Jul 2010 00:00 by caroleengel
12th Jun 2010 12:00 by Rachel-C
19th Apr 2010 12:55 by PeteBoggs
About to hop over wall when farmer drove past so chickened out
20th Feb 2010 13:30 by wanderer
12th Mar 2009 20:20 by claymoreking
Lovely cool and dark evening - jumped over the wall (naughty but I was very careful) and ran.
8th Sep 2008 11:25 by wrose
Pillar easily visible from road but would have needed a seeable wall climb to access it. I therefore went to the cattery and asked permission which was readily given - although the young lady gave me quite a funny look when I explained my reason (are we that strange?). So all that was needed was access through two gates through a paddock with inquisitive horses and out into the field with the pillar. Pillar in good condition retaining quite a bit of faded white paint. A good view point. Original plug with indented lettering.
18th Apr 2008 15:02 by agentmancuso
No need to climb wall - go in cattery track to E, over gate, across field, and over another gate to get into the right field. Painted white.
22nd Oct 2007 00:19 by Rhayader_wanderer
12th Apr 2007 12:04 by bonatti
Lovely day, out on MTB. Asked @ farm - no problem, saves aggro. Looks like some wall jumper has collapsed part of wall adjacent to road.
2nd Feb 2007 11:55 by Theo D Lite
no 2 today. Did not want to tackle two frisky horses.
12th Nov 2006 12:35 by itschopper
Doing the rounds of the local trigs. Farmer was out and about so stayed away.
All alone. ©itschopper
11th Dec 2005 12:30 by MAC.HAWK
For wall jumpers, tresspassers and sad trig baggers (oops, that includes ME!). Sat in a small field directly adjacent the farm. Look at John's log first then consider going east along the road for about 100 yards to find a spot that's the field corner and where the wall is lower and easier to climb over - a quick dash to the trig will hopefully go unnoticed. First visited around the same time last year, weather much better today with a good view to the west. Revisited 25/02/2007.
21st Aug 2005 12:00 by peregrinus
vgc, just inside pasture nr farmhse, FB facing road & just readable with binocs; pleasant views
1st Jan 2005 13:20 by mickandshane
A bit trespassy. Pillar has been painted white recently. Plug with indented lettering.
19th Dec 2004 21:10 by SUE-C
12th Dec 2004 12:56 by John Riley
This is a nice trig and is easily seen from the road but the wall is high and tricky. I got over at the junction of the road and the track to Smoulden Farm where there are some steps. I don't know if it matters but this is just inside West Yorkshire.
Delph Farm Close up looking NE to Delph Farm.
27th May 2004 12:00 by iainmac
24th Apr 2004 12:00 by Seasider
41/42 for the day. Just the other side of the wall to the road.
8th Feb 2004 20:20 by stonestreaker
slightly private- waited for a foggy day before i jumped the wall!
24th Jan 2004 17:00 by ted
Bagged in near-darkness. Bonus FB (no trig) OSBM 985 at Farnhill bridge on the Leeds and Liverpool canal.
21st Jan 2004 10:48 by manonabike
31st May 2003 21:39 by The Hungry Caterpillars
Views all round spoilt by powerlines.
3rd Feb 2002 12:00 by peregrinus
just inside pasture nr farmhse; pleasant views
16th Sep 1989 13:58 by Clochandighter
Visited to record FB number. The pillar was completed 23rd March 1949 costing £13.14s.10d. In 1951 this marker was computed for triangulation as tertiary station SD96/T9 in the Skipton secondary block. Flush bracket S5306 was levelled for height in 1962. This trig point was last maintained by the OS in July 1986. Climbed a wall to bag this one. My first ever trig in Grid Square SE.