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TP3574 - Hallington
5th Nov 2012 15:15 by Chris9870
Easy roadside trig. Next to what looks like a wartime pill box.
19th Feb 2012 12:25 by ocean soul
Easy roadside trig ...
4th Feb 2011 11:09 by wrose
Joint visit with Carole. Roadside pillar so easily accessible. Everything in good order.
4th Feb 2011 00:00 by caroleengel
14th Sep 2009 10:05 by asbown
in hedge on roadside
13th Mar 2009 13:30 by Bourne
Easy Trig near the road
Trig and the Road ©Bourne
28th Jul 2007 14:58 by THE CYCLIST
26th Jul 2006 15:04 by fishteers
Found whilst out for the day with Little Fish Trigpointing and Geocaching found by Little Fish
25th Jul 2006 18:00 by Father Ted
Its hard to believe that the pic I took and Brisey's is of the same pillar! Mine is all greenery with a trig hidden somewhere in it!
5th May 2006 17:05 by Trigpoint Bears
Wires appear to have gone now..
16th Jan 2005 12:22 by Brisey
Wires are tied to the securing rings on the top of the pillar. These can also be seen in ianmac's picture. The concrete block may be a water tank because of some seepage from a crack and what appears to be an overflow pipe at the top of the west side. Grid reference to 10 metres only.
4th Dec 2004 12:22 by gelonest
29th May 2004 12:00 by iainmac
17th Feb 2004 15:30 by Fleetwind
Another drive-by trig, but this one has by its side a concrete block around 3 metres cubed, with no obvious purpose whatsoever! The location is very peaceful and remote.
30th Nov 2003 12:00 by peregrinus
vgc; metal cap shallow letters; behind gappy hedge S side of rd, extensive view6 (prev vis 2/2/02)