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TP4063 - Hungry Hill
14th Jun 2012 18:49 by Griefmiester
I parked in Sandy Hill Road to the south west and took a quick walk over to the original site and the current location, pillar lying on its side devoid of any brasswork, covered in moss - still at least it has survived. interesting area, views over ranges. 163m.
29th Dec 2011 14:15 by Trigpoint100
Another pair of FB numbers (S5548 and S5549), but less surprising this time as the trigs are (or were) only 1km apart. From Bricksbury Hill via the (painted over but visible) FB on Tesco Express (formerly Castle Inn, FB S9482) and lunch in the Ball and Wicket to find this toppled at same site as previously noted. Good views north from the adjacent summit but south overgrown by trees.
10th Jul 2011 12:50 by MickandKim
10th May 2011 21:32 by Team Harrison
24th Feb 2011 14:01 by dpeberdy
5th Aug 2010 10:44 by The QCs
5th Dec 2009 13:40 by bluebeard
10th Jan 2009 11:25 by dal
Interesting location - the army were out training, amongst the public enjoying a Saturday stroll. Dead trig and former home straightforward finds.
12th Oct 2008 12:00 by peregrinus
Oops didn't know this one was still here - nearly missed it. Luckily Barbara Jones mentioned it while I was in the area. 60m SW of summit, lying at SE side of track. FB and spider removed, presumably by the OS when the pillar was decomissioned. <Built 22/06/49, destroyed 27/01/66, fb S5548 (OS)>
12th Oct 2008 10:00 by peregrinus
Oops didn't know this one was still here - nearly missed it. Luckily Barbara Jones mentioned it while I was at the Unofficial Register gathering this weekend. 60m SW of summit, lying at SE side of track. FB and spider removed, presumably by the OS when the pillar was decomissioned. <Built 22/06/49, destroyed 27/01/66, fb S5548 (OS)> FB num added to log for completeness.
22nd Dec 2007 11:15 by Pyoung1s
N51 14.467 W0 47.460 just down the track to the south west!
22nd Oct 2007 12:00 by iainmac
5th May 2007 13:32 by Darac
Found the round concrete pillar and logged that, thinking it was the TrigPoint. No other sign that there was anything other than this pillar up there.
24th Sep 2006 14:00 by mickandshane
Our 3000th pillar and it's one that's been toppled, moved and had all it's brasswork removed (apart from two holding down loops)! It's nice to visit these pillars though, like Wincobank near Sheffield, as they pre-date the OS 1994 list and are still hanging on there. Apparently this one was destroyed in 1966 and it's FB no was S5548. The height value I have for it is 171 metres.
10th Sep 2006 15:40 by dreadycraig
To be found down the hill to the west, just off the path on the left. Bad condition. Also the Nearest Trig to my house only 0.2 of a mile away.
10th Sep 2006 15:40 by jamesleesaunders
Went for tea at Sarah (and Craigs) house then a stroll in the afternoon. This trigpoint has been broken off it's base, moved from the top of the hill about 100 meters down the path and dumped to the left hand side behind a tree.
Dead Trig ©jamesleesaunders
1st Jul 2006 15:35 by Shamus
I found this one on the way to were the trig point is supposed to be. I don't know why someone would bother to move it 75 yards down the track,all the brass bits have been stollen and it is in a sorry state.Its not that hard to find if you approach it along the track from the west heading east it is on the right hand side.
18th Mar 2005 12:08 by Waddling Ward
Definitely wasn't there. Hungry Hill logged @ SU 84552 49845. I stood on round concrete pillar and logged the pillar @ SU 84544 49840. With the open space around I would have hoped to see it. Still walk was good and the view was good to.
22nd May 2004 15:33 by Vermin United
Trig point no longer present, but a round concrete pillar 25cm high is within 2m of the grid reference at the highest (182m) point of the hill. Pillar shaped piece of concrete that looks like a trig point and has had something chiseled out where a flush bracket might have been was found at SU8449249804