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TP0305 - Pit Plantation
20th Jun 2012 14:05 by The White Family
---(2012-06-20, 14:05:00)--- SU 38512 81321 S5730 Logged while visiting a nearby geocache. Good views on a sunny day.
12th May 2012 15:28 by longmyndhiker
2nd in long diversion. Thankful to find in easy position at corner of rape field with good views and simple walk back to Ridgeway.
25th Aug 2011 14:22 by blackboot29
Parked close by at the end of dead end track.Easy to spot
24th Jul 2011 09:25 by weekender
10th Sep 2010 12:00 by The QCs
Lovely clear views today. Parked close by.
11th May 2010 17:39 by Griefmiester
Easily located as just into field 30m from road - Pillar good condition - farmland views
14th Aug 2009 13:49 by THE CYCLIST
First visit of the day out on my 50th birthday!
4th Jul 2009 09:15 by Father Ted
First trig point of a long day. With the geocaching site down because of a fire in the building which houses the server it was an opportunity to concentrate on trigpointing once again. Drove virtually up to the trig point along the lane.
26th Sep 2008 10:35 by bluebeard
13th Jun 2008 21:00 by Pyoung1s
8th Feb 2008 08:55 by Lydford Locators
Very easy find and good views, what more can we say!
11th Aug 2007 12:00 by iainmac
24th Dec 2006 12:15 by Glaslyn
Easty bag,park within 30ft.
11th Oct 2006 13:00 by martin
Trig bagged with my dear wife whilst staying in Lambourn on my 60th birthday.Very wet day.Easy to find. Trig is in good condition.
26th Mar 2006 08:20 by macroderma
Great views to the south Easy access, resin plug
14th Jan 2006 17:35 by lackofluke
Only difficulty getting to this one from TP2976 was a puncture I picked up somewhere near South Fawley. Found some strange winch/clamp thing (similar to those used on vehicle recovery trucks) abandoned on top of the trig. The only problem getting back to my car (at White Horse Hill car park) was a second puncture. Whilst I was prepared for the first, the second one left me up the proverbial creek sans paddle. I wandered into Fawley to phone my housemate and let her know I'd be late back, abandoned my bike by the hedge and then had to walk the remaining 13km back to the White Horse Hill car park, with only the moon to light the way.
16th Dec 2005 11:30 by Rhayader_wanderer
20m off the road on a corner. Biggest delay was getting caugh behind the bin van (Friday is recycle and rubbish day in this area)
19th Nov 2005 12:24 by PhilRichards
Good Views. It was a foggy day on the roads - but quite clear up on the downs.
22nd Oct 2005 14:25 by dal
Easy access. Good view point.
19th Jun 2005 14:00 by ianbland
28th Apr 2005 18:00 by rad
After terrible cycle from Letcombe (Ridgeway tracks this time of year are wet and muddy, still) good to get to this place with a lovely view across to the back of The White Horse (Uffington). Of course the local village, Fawley, was used by Thomas Hardy in Jude the Obscure, Jude Fawley, as a farm worker who wanted to study at Oxford. As the naff will have it, pretty village.
15th Jan 2005 12:30 by birders
No problems finding this one - a car tick!
16th Sep 2004 12:00 by peregrinus
vgc, brown flat resin plug, field edge just s of bend in road
Montaged by JWR ©peregrinus
27th Jun 2004 15:15 by jochta
Lovely views especially to the south. Very easy to find at the end of a lane leading up from Fawley village. Very pleasant spot for a walk. Pillar is in good condition, spider intact but has plastic plug.
8th Feb 1997 00:00 by mickandshane
Plug with indented lettering.
9th Nov 1980 00:00 by RogerTempleman
Plain pillar by track (off right-angled bend in minor road west of Fawley) along side of ploughed field which served as a good spot for a picnic.
S5730 and \'CYRil\' ©RogerTempleman