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TP3613 - Hardies Hill
8th Jan 2011 14:36 by Border Peat
Failed to get up to the stables due to snow and ice parked in housing estate road and walked. track passed stables deserted due to weather great.
19th Mar 2010 13:10 by bluebeard
3rd Mar 2009 17:30 by ocean soul
Walked from road through busy stable yard then up ROW past copious curious horses.Good views over Hawick.
28th Jan 2009 13:35 by Late starter
Parked a short distance away and walked up to trig through a stable yard. Great views all around. Plug intact with raised lettering. Small nibble off corner of pillar.
28th Jan 2009 13:35 by Bergfuehrer
Roxburghshire. Good views over Hawick and the surrounding countryside. Plug with raised lettering.
10th Jun 2008 15:15 by PHMB
Situated on SE outskirts of Hawick, Itook track from NE through stables and paddocks to the cattle pasture field. Good views. Retains some white paint and plug (large heavy raised lettering).
28th Aug 2004 17:21 by Clochandighter
Open grazing top. Pillar in good order. Spider has an OS centre plug with raised lettering, narrow medium sized font - a replacement. Flush bracket on ENE face of pillar. Front and back sighting holes open, others plugged. Views to Drinkstone Hill, Gala Law, Muirfield, Eildon Mid Hill, Black Hill NT72, Minto Hill, Greatmoor Hill, Penchrise Pen, Skelfhill Pen. Revisited and photographed 28/08/2004, GRP.
4th Mar 2004 12:00 by peregrinus
vgc, metal cap raised wide raised letters; pasture at hilltop
1st Mar 2004 12:00 by iainmac
12th Sep 2003 12:00 by Isosceles
Good views over Hawick to the Eildon Hills
1st Jul 1990 11:59 by Clochandighter
First visit. To record FB number. The pillar was completed 7th August 1953 costing £13.17s.0d. In 1957 this marker was computed for triangulation as tertiary station NT72/T42 in the Jedburgh secondary block. Flush bracket S7567 was levelled for height in 1958. This trig point was last maintained by the OS in October 1986.