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TP4023 - Horsenden Hill
14th May 2011 05:32 by Pyoung1s
31st Oct 2010 15:26 by g4wsb
21st Sep 2010 20:52 by captain gore-tex
Nice spot, bit tricky to get to.
Well Hidden ©captain gore-tex
31st Jul 2010 12:49 by THE CYCLIST
3rd Aug 2009 09:50 by bluebeard
16th Dec 2008 13:10 by Glaslyn
Tried to walk in from Tetsworth but didnt have map so dipped out and trid from the east. Pillar in hedge. Still misty so limited views.
28th Mar 2007 17:10 by Rhayader_wanderer
As mickandshane for the same reasons except I got the bike out to save a bit of time
25th Feb 2006 12:00 by mickandshane
We parked at Tetsworth and followed the lane. We followed the north side of the hedge and then crossed over and doubled back to the trig (north side seemed a bit less open). Fb facing south. Plug with deeply indented lettering.
24th Dec 2005 10:20 by PhilRichards
I viewed the trig from the field to the north because the field to the south was full of sheep.
3rd Dec 2005 17:20 by lackofluke
As others have said, in the south side of the hedge, behind a fence.
Flush bracket This was the only photo worth uploading since it was dark when I visited.
5th Nov 2005 14:15 by dal
Access from Tetsworth. As others have commented, lane surprisingly muddy. Trig in hedge, but easily visible and accessible from the south side. Vgc.
20th Feb 2005 13:45 by AndyG
After a muddy trek up a bridleway from Tetsworth I found this one between two fields.Initially I took the north side of the hedge with nothing in view but found the trig in the middle of the hedge.Of course the FB was on the south side so I had retrace my steps and go down the south side of the hedge.The trig is in good condition with a white painted arrow facing south and some other marks on the top.I suspect that it will be completely hidden when the hedge grows in summer.There are excellent views in all directions.This is a particularly interesting one for me as my local trig is also Horsenden Hill (Ealing).
26th Feb 2004 12:00 by peregrinus
vgc, metal cap deep letters, in S edge of hedge, FB facing S - Access:from tk, thru gate into field, follow S side of hedge, parked nr start of Tetsworth end of lane but wd be closer from N end
4th Apr 1982 00:00 by RogerTempleman
Off-white pillar beside pillar-height hedge at edge of field.