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TP2872 - Duckworth Hill
20th Apr 2013 16:58 by pendlelill
20th Mar 2013 00:00 by caroleengel
17th Mar 2013 16:00 by timdoggart
Bit waterlogged and unremarkable
Trig moat Trig point©timdoggart
1st Jul 2012 11:26 by Sandgrownun
Another wet,boggy field, suppose it is summer! Pillar in good nick,1 sight hole open,tarmac plug and has its own moat! Not bad views either.
3rd Aug 2011 15:04 by tigger4242
Easy to see from the road
20th May 2011 20:40 by Border Peat
Park at gate into field past sheep to trig S4612©Border Peat
18th May 2011 18:30 by BLACKCATWHITEFEET
17th May 2011 18:30 by chocolate_chops
21st Mar 2011 15:22 by blackboot29
Short walk from roadside. centre of field on large stone base
4th Mar 2011 13:00 by tg1
Easily visible in a very wet field. Easy access from footpath.
3rd Mar 2011 11:21 by wrose
Easily accessible and highly visible. Just of footpath in open field. I parked in the gateway to the west where the path starts. Ground very wet today. Pillar in good condition. Some reasonably good views from the pillar.
12th Feb 2011 00:00 by happycyclist
1st Feb 2011 19:30 by michael a frost
dark breezy evening - headtorch - part of run to ossy moors from stop & rest inn , darwen.
20th Jan 2011 00:00 by Applepye
Another lonely spot, quick march across the field to this one.
5th Dec 2010 13:40 by painterman61
In middle of farmers field ground frozen hard, trig in good nick,with plastic plug.
15th Jun 2010 15:30 by Keith Stevens
Spoke to the farmer - told him what the pillar is. He promised to look after it and not plogh it up. Apparently, I was the first tripointer to ask permission. Good condition, good view to Pendle
5th Jun 2010 00:00 by MickandKim
On FP, Stile next to gate, lane narrow parking possible if tight to hedge Field is always wet and boggy even in a drought Distant views of Pendle Hill
1st May 2010 09:23 by THE CYCLIST
22nd Mar 2010 07:25 by bluebeard
28th Jan 2010 14:59 by peebs
Mud and sheep in field
23rd Jan 2010 13:35 by ocean soul
In very muddy field close to road.No views today as misty.
19th Jan 2010 12:00 by wanderer
7th Nov 2009 09:56 by Triggers
done as part of a day colecting 10 trigs in 5 hours around Blackburn. Field very boggy
duckworth Hill Pete ©Triggers
7th Nov 2009 09:41 by PeteBoggs
Part of round of trigs with T'Riggers
6th Sep 2009 16:45 by weekender
Run from Rishton to Ramsbottom via Stanhill (TP6158), Duckworth Hill (TP2872), Rushy Hill (TP5777), Hog Lowe Pike (TP3963), Bull Hill (TP1762)
14th Jun 2009 17:03 by Aye Jimmy
Bog? Wellies?? This trig obviously suffers from a bad press!
13th Apr 2009 11:00 by Kelsborrow Wayfinders
Field was still boggy even though the weather hasn't been so bad over the last few days. Take wellingtons.
8th Oct 2008 00:00 by Rupertal
9th Jun 2008 18:30 by BILLY COO
21st May 2008 18:30 by Trig391
Trig in good condition.
Duckworth Hill. ©Trig391
12th Feb 2008 16:00 by Lathama
Easy access just over a gate and by a public path. In the centre of an extremely muddy sheep pasture! Ashphalt plug replacement. West sight-hole open, others closed. Base exposed about 12" allround and the pillar is sitting in a huge pool of deep mud and slurry - approach with caution or your car will stink for the rest of the day! Lovely N/NE views, moderate S views.
17th Jun 2007 10:16 by Historian
14th Jun 2007 15:40 by Rhayader_wanderer
access from the footpath to the SW
1st Mar 2007 14:26 by lonesome_cowboy_burt
Climbed the stile from the west and within 10 metres the liquid mud was over my boots. Viewed from there through bins.
18th Nov 2006 18:20 by itschopper
Getting around the local trigs. In the middle of a very boggy field. Wellies required, or even waders. I do like the asphalt plug.
14th May 2006 18:40 by m0sgb
stopped at side of road,,, but never went in to the field,, as could not find the footpath ,, and could not see the farmer who lives close by
23rd Apr 2006 19:46 by HamsterCaster
Semi-bag, will return when field is less sodden.
31st Mar 2006 18:45 by dal
I wholeheartedly endorse earlier comments on the state of the field. After heavy rain there was standing water, and walking boots were not sufficient to keep my legs clean and dry! Trig in good condition.
27th Nov 2005 12:00 by peregrinus
vgc, asphalt cap, damp pasture, limited view
Montaged by Jon Rouse ©peregrinus
9th Jul 2005 15:25 by ted
Tarmac plug. In a recently mown meadow. Nothing special.
24th Apr 2005 18:40 by Pyoung1s
18th Feb 2005 12:00 by iainmac
23rd Oct 2004 14:00 by bonatti
Easy access from road. Extensive views - on a fine day. Pillar usually stood in a puddle. Pasture around prone to being waterlogged. Wellies advisable in damp weather.
Pillar S4612 ©bonatti
21st Jul 2004 14:48 by fasgadh
Again cattle moated. This time it took nimble feet to get at the concrete. An old marker post near by. Concrete plug and cattle in the field.
10th May 2004 13:49 by The Hungry Caterpillars
In the middle of a field -limited views.
29th Apr 2004 12:00 by Seasider
8/15 for the day. Just a regular trig.
28th Mar 2004 14:00 by mickandshane
Repairs made to bottom of pillar. Concrete plug.
13th Mar 2004 23:06 by stonestreaker
field adjacent to road- easy
24th Apr 1982 00:00 by RogerTempleman
Pillar in pasture: quick run across field while men in farm opposite were looking the other way.