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TP4377 - Laxton
15th Jun 2013 15:35 by dilly1073
19th Mar 2012 14:00 by dewdrop
On Golden Hill - easy to find along footpath, outside perimeter fence of reservoir but on other side of mast to that indicated on OS map. ,
29th Jan 2012 10:35 by MickandKim
Easy walk round fencing
11th Apr 2011 10:46 by slateloose
19th Feb 2011 11:45 by ted
Plug replaced by plastic cover. Two sighting holes open. Easy access around outside of compound. Persistent rain.
1st May 2010 15:15 by Bourne
warm at the trig today warm at the trig today©Bourne
11th Apr 2010 13:15 by fishteers
Cracking views from up here today. Bagged this one whilst up here for the nearby cache.
25th Mar 2010 15:51 by splash
Nice finish to the day. Hiding behind the res enclosure
31st Dec 2009 15:45 by robinhood
Parked in entrance of track to the res. A short walk to the trig which is on NE corner of res.fence. Trig in good cond. with good views to N and W. (Second reservoir trig of the day...other one at Bradmer Hill 582 665).
19th Dec 2009 15:20 by Slightly Tall Paul
First visit to a trig-point, so didn't think to note no. on plate! I was actually visiting the nearby geocache. Great view from up here.
11th Oct 2009 15:45 by ocean soul
Walked up bridleway to resevoir gates then turned left to field entrance then pillar is visible outside of the resevoir complex.
1st May 2009 18:19 by senrabyar
31st Mar 2009 15:56 by Brisey
I approached via the footpath rather than the track up to the reservoir compound, not realising I was wandering into the firing range of some pigeon shooters hiding in a hedge. They missed me but the birds didn't fare so well.
29th Mar 2009 14:53 by THE CYCLIST
1st Feb 2009 15:00 by Crazy
Trig easily reached and intact by reservoir enclosure. Views limited by hedgerows; earthworks and reservoir.
30th Jun 2008 20:07 by 68 GUNS
30th Jun 2008 14:00 by Toomtech
had a look while cacheing in the area
13th Jun 2008 12:15 by gowrie
30th Apr 2008 17:34 by angellica
Trig in Ok condition. Not much paint left! Quick visit whilst visiting a local cache.
11th Mar 2008 10:30 by asbown
easy access and nice views.
29th Sep 2007 14:36 by andyc
As you walk up the track it looks to be another improsined trig ((C) Haggis Hunter) but its escaped from the reservoir and made it to the outside!
7th May 2007 00:14 by smiley dog
a nice walk from laxton village to golden hill
15th Apr 2007 16:25 by RoPeHe
Pillar in good condition except Plug replaced by plastic insert. Nice easy access - pillar is just outside reservoir fence. Views good though a little bit misy today.
26th Aug 2006 13:03 by John + Carol
Nice views from up here - plastic frog.
9th Jan 2006 17:25 by jonny2vests
1st Dec 2005 13:45 by Rhayader_wanderer
safe parking on the pull in to the reservior track easy find and pleasantly outside the steel fence
29th Oct 2005 12:55 by Glaslyn
Just outside the compound for a change! Quite close to large quarry.
1st Aug 2005 17:45 by Lathama
Ajdacent to the Golden Hill Severn-Trent reservoir [and the mobile-phone mast!]. The plug has now been replaced by a plastic insert. E sighthole open, others closed. Traces of paint visible. Lovely views N/NW over Sherwood Forest from here. Easy access, just off a lane.
16th Feb 2005 12:00 by iainmac
29th Oct 2004 16:20 by Number One
Found in company with froginabog
29th Oct 2004 16:15 by Froginabog
Found to the left of the resevoir. Good condition, though the plug is missing.
6th Mar 2004 12:29 by HEATHENS
9th Mar 2003 12:00 by peregrinus
vgc; no plug; just outside resr compound; fine view
1st Feb 2003 12:15 by Trigpoint100
Walk with Old Man and Sis#2 from Wellow via Kirton and Ollerton. Good job the reservior is here otherwise this trig could well have been consumed by the surrounding brickworks and quarry. Trig largely complete and with some views over Sherwood Forest but we weren't convinced it deserved the name Golden Hill!
3rd Jan 1998 00:00 by mickandshane
6th May 1989 00:00 by RogerTempleman
Trig point on Golden Hill