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TP4417 - Limlow Hill
5th Sep 2012 11:49 by simplysup
Took a while to find this trig, it is currently well nestled into the hedgerow. Accessible just off a public footpath. Good views to the North and West.
9th Jun 2012 13:59 by MCL
Buried in a thick-ish hedge but not inaccessible. There is just room to stand slightly hunched next to the pillar for photographic purposes...Plug intact, access from east side of hedge.
12th Nov 2011 09:28 by THE CYCLIST
2nd visit - looked in wrong place first time! Had presumed it was in the hedge running 90 degrees to road, but its in hedge below wood.
25th Oct 2008 08:10 by Pharisee
The first of a 10 T/P sortie into south Cambridgeshire. I parked at the start of the footpath NW of the cache. There is room to park a car off road here without blocking any access. The first field had recently been cultivated but there were parallel tyre tracks marking the path. Fortunately, the soil was dry and easy to walk on. The second field had also been cultivated but the footpath so far remains unmarked so I took my best guess and headed across toward the SE corner. I spotted the T/P as I aproached the hedgerow; at this time of year it is reasonably visible. Itís complete with all metalwork in place and in very good condition. It was a bright and sunny, if very cold morning with a little haze on the horizon. The view north, down the field towards Litlington is probably the best.
5th Oct 2007 21:35 by AndyG
4 of 13.This took much longer than it should have done.Walked up the footpath from Litlington.Part of the second field had been ploughed so diverted NE up to the hedge then SE to the SW-NE hedge and copse.I had it in my mind that the trig was on this line and spent a lot of time hunting in the copse.Eventually gave up but decided to check the other hedge from the NE side only to discover the trig and that I had walked past it on my way up.Back round the other side for the flush bracket to find that the trig is easy to miss as it is almost completely hidden inside the hedge.Good views in all directions.
18th Jul 2005 12:20 by gazooks
My First TP because Pickachu TB wanted to see as many tripoints as possible. Good fun. Last log directions spot on.
3rd Jul 2005 15:20 by rad
A bit of a search. Approach up farm track that follows hedgerow perpendicular from road. Go through the hedge at the footpath and continue up to copse on top of hill. Turn north and follow other hedge, go through this hedge to find TP slightly easier. Good views!
9th Jan 2005 10:09 by discjirm
The pillar is buried in a hedge a little way down from teh top of the hill. A footpath runs nearby, and it is easy to acces. It may be hard to find in spring and summer when the hedge is overgrown.
Limlow Hill trig pillar. Limlow Hill trig pillar.©discjirm
9th Jul 2004 10:30 by elsworth
19th May 2004 12:30 by donohoep
Situated approx 50m East of footpath and approx 20m downhill from where hedgeline and footpath meet. TP is heavily obscured by hedgerow. Good views.
1st Sep 2003 12:00 by peregrinus
vgc; metal cap small raised letters; in hedge 40m NW of summit
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