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TP4416 - Limestone Bank
1st Jun 2013 11:30 by Phil Clayton
Visited while walking Hadrian's Wall Path.
20th May 2013 10:30 by peatie
Fantastic countryside & scenery.
18th Apr 2013 11:23 by whitepeakplodder
23rd Feb 2013 13:45 by dadu 13
On an LQ mission, noticed this in passing.
flush bracket ©dadu 13
10th Nov 2012 10:50 by CJO
4th Nov 2012 11:31 by sky high boys
Another day strolling along Hadrians.
18th Oct 2012 16:55 by agentmancuso
Ran along in the rain from small layby to West, after visiting Housesteads.
18th Oct 2012 16:55 by ZanderH
2nd Sep 2012 17:30 by monkey_scout
Passed this trig point on the second day of my Silver DofE. Couldn't help but take a little rest at this location!
11th Jun 2012 11:30 by lomy
11th Jun 2012 10:24 by dmacbrew
4th Jun 2012 13:49 by Rick Trig
No cows guarding today! Thankfully. Difficult to park. There is a layby just down the road, but it was full of caravans. Nice views.
24th May 2012 09:45 by bigtykedog
9th May 2012 15:37 by Mr T. P. Bagger
Visited while walking Hadrian's Wall Path west to east.
7th Apr 2012 16:53 by slateloose
Parked at road junction near Rye Hill and walked Hadrian's wall to Trig.
21st Mar 2012 09:40 by asbown
on nasty bend so parked well past and walked back.
20th Feb 2012 13:12 by peebs
2nd Jan 2012 14:00 by Edgemaster
Whilst walking the wall, with Fellwanderers
2nd Jul 2011 13:29 by melch
13th Feb 2011 11:04 by descarte1
Third time lucky for this pillar. The first attempt had the thing in a cloud so no point in visiting. Second attempt had a hunt occupying all the parking within a mile, so gave up on that. Next day, clear sky and no prats on horses! Best approached from parking to the west due to high-speed traffic along the old military road. Pillar in vgc with FB facing NNE-ish, no cap or plug and NNE/EES sightholes open. The pillar has been painted white, but, as noted previously, is quite rubbed in places. Worth having a look at the nearby Mithraic Temple and Brocolita fort too. Cracking views.
18th Sep 2010 17:36 by sheepsocks
The offending cows were in the field, one having a good rub as I approached. Stunning views on a section of Hadrians wall.
12th Sep 2010 15:53 by analoguesat
The road is a clearway but there is a handy pull in just to the west around the corner. From there it is a very gentle stroll back along the wall. The previously mentioned white paint is suffering from animals rubbing up against the trig - its a greasy brown in places now. Extensive views to the north, west and east, so allied to the history of the place deserves a high score.
26th Aug 2010 14:46 by Rayz53
30th Jul 2010 00:00 by MickandKim
Parked in gate way just off bad bend Hopped over wall for quick visit in heavy rain
12th Jul 2010 11:30 by BILLY COO
Found whilst walking Hadrians Wall.
6th Apr 2010 16:45 by stan toon
Easy walk up from road, nicely painted white.
3rd Apr 2010 16:20 by tg1
On way back from Holy Island on Easter Saturday 2010 with Marion, Joe and Ben.
14th Oct 2009 16:07 by wrose
Easily accessible and highly visible. On Hadrians Wall footpath. handy parking area and stile just to the west which enables a visit to this trig and the cache at Limestone Corner. Pillar in good codition except that plug is missing. Reasonable views but sound from nearby road spoils the solitude feeling.
9th Sep 2009 13:56 by THE CYCLIST
15th Aug 2009 19:00 by coinea
15th Aug 2009 18:59 by Clochandighter
Pillar recently repainted and in good condition. Spider centre open. Flush bracket faces 21° NNE. Vented through north and east sight holes.
7th Apr 2009 13:16 by CHRISBOMBINGTON
unplanned this one spotted from the road in exactly the same circumstances as dpeberdy !!
Limestone Bank Limestone Bank Trig inserts FB and nonplug
28th Feb 2009 20:47 by ocean soul
Easily visible from road but only a short walk up anyway.Nice views.
15th Feb 2009 00:00 by Border Peat
12th Sep 2008 13:24 by senrabyar
Recent new coat of white.
3rd Jun 2008 10:25 by staggie34
Parked at the Roman Temple car park and walked about 1.5km to the trig. OK spot but very wet and claggy today.
21st May 2008 12:14 by Frenziedfrog
First of three found today while walking this part of the Hadrians Wall Path
26th Mar 2008 12:03 by Loz&Bib
30th Jul 2007 10:15 by Trigpoint100
Contrary to Peripatetic, we braved the wind and were walking HW trail east to west so this was the point it got interesting. Second trig in this direction; no cows, clear day and great views to the north (we debated whether we were looking all the way to the Cheviots)
17th Jun 2007 12:58 by dpeberdy
Having just visited Black Carts Turret on Hadrian's Wall and heading to Housesteads, we passed this on the left. Screeched to a halt and strolled to it. Great views!! Me, Mum, 250m
Camera balanced on archaeological remains! Mum and I at the trig. The camera was balanced on some of the remains of Hadrian's wall. Thoughtful of him to make it so I could use it!
23rd Feb 2007 09:43 by perth pathfinders
passed on our way back up to Scotland
22nd Feb 2007 17:10 by snaik
Another easy one to do on way north
13th Oct 2006 11:53 by Hartryggers
This one can been seen easily from the road, but care should be taken walking on archaeological gound, good views
15th Sep 2006 16:20 by Rhayader_wanderer
Parking spot about half a mile to the West of the trig then walk back along the wall path. Nice views and a "waymarked trig" also the first place where walkers are asked not to walk in single file in order to prevent erosion.
15th Aug 2006 15:00 by Ivanhoe
Ugly yellow acorn markings of Hadrians Wall Walk painted on pillar
14th Aug 2006 12:29 by Dodders
Great views from this trig which sits on the Hadrian's Wall Trail. The pillar has now even had the trail's sign stenciled onto it! We logged this one whilst doing the walk.
14th Aug 2006 12:29 by AnnRACS
Found whilst walking the wall. Good view.
4th Jul 2006 18:21 by Shamus
This is easy to see from the road but I had to park about 1/2 a mile away and walk back. The views from here are fantastic.It was also a nice stroll along part of the wall.
13th Jan 2006 09:20 by Alba
Just happend to see this trig whilst driving to the start of a hike so quickly parked the car and jumped over the wall to log it. Views not too bad
23rd Sep 2005 00:00 by GAZ
23rd Aug 2005 11:20 by Bergfuehrer
Northumberland. On Hadrian's Wall Path. Good views north but close to road.
19th May 2005 00:00 by Peripatetic
This beauty lies at the point where the walk along Hadrian's wall becomes less interesting, if one is going from west to east (which is best, with respect to having the wind behind). It was being defended with great tenacity by a mighty beast...
The Guardian of the Trig ©Peripatetic
15th May 2005 12:00 by peregrinus
vgc, no cap or plug, middle of pasture N side of road, nice view
Montaged by Jon Rouse ©peregrinus
21st Feb 2005 09:30 by Dallan72
Found whilst geocaching nearby
30th Jan 2005 18:43 by Walker Dan
Bit near the main road for any real interest. Combined with nearby cache.
4th May 2004 12:00 by iainmac
1st Apr 2004 09:45 by mickandshane
Quite close to the road so access no problem. Plug missing.
5th May 2003 17:59 by Fellwanderer
Logged this one while doing a section of the Hadrian's Wall Trail
1st Sep 1999 15:47 by jimmy
19th Aug 1993 13:01 by andyc
Also passed this trig two years earlier while on "Walk for the whales Greenpeace sponsored walk of 36 miles of Hadrians Wall"
24th Feb 1987 00:00 by tg1
Logged as Milecastle 30. Great views. Half term with Marion and Joseph.