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TP0340 - Hemsworthy Gate
6th Jun 2012 12:00 by Pharisee
Having just come down from Rippon Tor, this was an easy bonus trig. Using a previous finderís photograph, it was easy to identify the location. It needed some re-excavating but it was quickly found.
20th Feb 2011 10:25 by arranc
no views - fog
17th Feb 2011 14:00 by Dusty
9th Apr 2010 15:15 by Erme Harrier
9th Apr 2010 15:15 by Dart More
Of a little more significance to me than Erme Harrier - my 200th log since starting 18 months ago. I suppose I could have chosen a more auspicious one !
11th May 2008 14:20 by The Hamian Explorers
This is my first ever surface block and passive station visited. It would be nice to know how these are actually still used. The surface block was a very easy find, it is on the grass verge close to where there is a cattle grid after the road branches off.
3rd May 2008 16:01 by Andrew hunt
Easy find, to finish a fantastic day on the bike including 6 trigpoints
6th Oct 2007 15:41 by Glaslyn
Easy find in a great location ,been away from this area for about 15 years and dont know why!
26th May 2007 15:15 by Rhayader_wanderer
visible rivet on close cropped grass easy find without a sketch
3rd Sep 2006 17:23 by Grimspound & Jem
Excellent spot - been walking here since the 70's and didnt know this was here!
2nd Aug 2005 12:00 by iainmac
A cow had, with perfect precision, dropped a cowpat right on top of it.
14th Jul 2004 10:04 by The Hungry Caterpillars
Lots of tors.In grass verge near cattle grid.
28th Sep 2003 13:04 by hollowing
Luckily this SB had recently been uncovered. Easy location off a major (for Dartmoor) road junction. Much better views from the nearby Rippon Tor (TP5689).