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TP4557 - Low House Farm
26th Dec 2012 11:26 by Whats the Point
A trigpoints with its own cairn and seat. Good views out to sea. Logged with the android app. If there was a best kept trigpoint competition this would stand a good chance of winning. Someone has put a lot of effort in here.
31st Jul 2012 10:13 by Clochandighter
HISTORY: Pillar completed 17th September 1947 costing £5.3s.0d. Computed as tertiary triangulation station NZ42/T89 in 1948. Levelled for height in 1959. Last maintained by the OS, 16th August 2000. SITE VISIT: Great Charles Hill. Approached from WSW. Nearest suitable parking in Stanghow outside houses at NZ675156. Direct route along track as indicated on maps. North side of track, no obstacles. Immaculate white painted pillar in excellent condition. Spider retains original OS centre cap with shallow engraved letters. Flush bracket faces NW, ~325°. Vented through NE sight hole. 225° open outlook from NW clockwise to south.
16th Jun 2012 10:30 by CJO
Well maintained as part of a memorial
27th Jan 2012 13:30 by asbown
easy walk from the farm,very nice paint job.
28th Aug 2011 15:15 by sheepsocks
This trig has been adopted as a memorial to the miners who lost their lives in the Cleveland ironstone mines. Now has new coat of paint, gravel garden, white marker stones and large stone cairn. Shame the access to it was through the farm at the end road which has a distinctly ify aroma!
31st Aug 2009 09:36 by barnsley skip
Easy trig to bag from Low House Farm at side of track. Good condition no views.
11th Jul 2009 11:07 by TomL
Easy to find in gap in hedge on side of main track. The field of thistles was not appreciated on my approach route though! Good condition with plug intact. 5th and last log of the day and a sprint home as I was already late.
Low House Farm 11/07/09 ©TomL
4th May 2009 16:32 by senrabyar
Easy descent from parking just before the Low House Farm.
3rd May 2008 10:45 by ted
Plug intact; N side of track just to E of top. Hazy dozy day. View of pyramids.
20th Apr 2008 15:51 by NogintheNog
3rd Nov 2006 09:13 by manonabike
BW from farm
25th Feb 2006 12:00 by peregrinus
vgc, metal cap shallow letters, in gappy hedge N side of track just below summit, nice view
Montaged by Jon Rouse ©peregrinus
4th Nov 2005 23:35 by Rhayader_wanderer
Park roadside just before the farmyard then follow bridleway to trig in about 10 minutes walk
10th Jul 2004 12:00 by iainmac