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TP0277 - Luppitt Common
31st May 2013 15:40 by rob godrer coed
Very overgrown in hedge, FB well buried in bank.
15th Apr 2012 07:05 by Cipollini
Parked in entrance to farm drive to NE, then walked back down road. TP not visible from road and only found by jump into field. Set into gorsey bank, top corner badly chipped, plastic cylinder for plug, old OS plaque, with FB buried too deep into E face in bank to be able to see number despite attempt at excavation. An unloved TP.
14th Jan 2012 14:01 by GoldenHaystack
Top corner damage and plug replaced by a plastic disc. Set quite low in the hedge on field side. GH.
Luppitt Common ©GoldenHaystack
1st Nov 2010 13:35 by Dusty
Dug out flush bracket but still dificult to read and photograph due to gorse.
30th Dec 2007 13:30 by bluebeard
tp hidden behind only bit of gorse on this bit of hedge
29th Dec 2007 16:50 by mitsiman
Very well hidden in the gorse bank. Initially had to go on the field side to find it (It was getting dark !) although it can be seen from the road. As mentioned, top has been damaged by hedge cutter.
28th Oct 2007 16:20 by AndyG
3 of 4.Initially I couldn't see this one until I got on top of the bank.Chunk missing due to hedge flail.Flush bracket buried and well protected by gorse so was unable to expose it.
14th Aug 2007 10:00 by rena1970
Top of this one looks as if it has been caught by a hedge trimmer. Is pretty buried in the undergrowth and we were unable to get the number off the flush bracket due to it being half buried.
11th Aug 2007 10:00 by wheelybarrow
Looks like the top has been caught by a hedge trimmer. Unable to get flush bracket number as is half buried.
6th Aug 2006 12:00 by peregrinus
plastic cap, top of trig chipped presumably by hedge trimmer. In hedge W side of road. FB E face, needed digging out.
18th Apr 2006 13:44 by Glaslyn
Roadside,the flush is half buried and had nothing with me to dig it out.Going for slighly damaged as the hedge trimmer has done its usual job on the top .(see photo)
3rd Jun 2004 12:00 by iainmac
Dug out fb but gorse bush prevented seeing it so hope photos reveal the number. (Will update on uploading photos)
9th Apr 2004 14:00 by maurice
Partly buried in a Devon bank/hedge - could only just see the top of the flush bracket - a good spade would be require to reveal the number
19th Apr 1997 00:00 by mickandshane
Plug with indented lettering.
31st Jul 1982 00:00 by RogerTempleman
Off-white pillar in hedge bank, with FB buried. OS records suggest it is S3744.