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TP4660 - Market Lavington
21st Dec 2012 11:57 by jonglew
Re-visited to photograph the FB etc and check on condition. No exercises taking place so nearby vedette un-manned and access easy from the perimeter road. Trig is generally in good condition, although cap is missing and centre hole open. 1 sight hole is open, other 3 sealed. Foundations are quite exposed.
21st Oct 2012 12:50 by bikeboyz
Located in the middle of a field on the edge of the army ranges on the hill at Market Lavington. You can drive and park and walk across ok. The cattle seem to be using it as a scratching post, its slowly being eroded from the base.
7th Sep 2012 15:09 by CornishWalker
19th Feb 2012 14:49 by g4wsb
30th Jan 2012 12:00 by jonglew
Shouldn't really have crossed into the training area to bag this as there was a live fire exercise underway at the time - they very kindly stopped for me but were not happy. However, when I explained what I was doing THEY WERE STILL NOT VERY HAPPY. Moral of the story - at least make sure the flags aren't flying before bagging this one! Oh well, one more ticked off the list. Access is quite easy as the road here runs along the edge of the training area and the trig is easily visible 130m away in the field.
18th Dec 2011 17:05 by Lance
12th Aug 2011 15:30 by Bridgeman
Red flags were flying and too much army traffic and security about to attempt any visit but visible from lane.
16th Jul 2011 18:00 by Dusty
27th May 2010 18:20 by cmb1953
Range closed so unable to check F/B
25th Dec 2009 13:15 by snerdbe
Very quiet up here today being Christmas.
15th Dec 2009 12:15 by Dart More
Would normally have gone to the trig, but red flags were flying and nearby vedette post was occupied by a guy who was clearly interested in what I was getting up to, so I decided that discretion was the better part of valour
30th Jan 2009 10:37 by Lone Hunter
Passed when completing local geocaches, Pillar in no go area, so di not get too close.
18th Jun 2008 04:05 by Pyoung1s
Revisit on 18 May 2013
31st Dec 2007 14:23 by Glaslyn
Pillar is marked as within ranges,but despite tank tracks there was little sign of ife today.
16th Dec 2007 15:15 by PHMB
Close to minor road designated White Horse Trail. Plug missing.
7th Oct 2007 09:00 by bluebeard
the first pillar i saw looked a bit small but then i saw the real deal a bit further over
29th Jul 2007 10:25 by tom
Red flags not flying but the pillar was guarded by a herd of cows and their calves. An electric fence kept them penned in to an area around the trig but they looked poised to defend their young if necessary.
3rd Feb 2006 14:10 by Rhayader_wanderer
250m inside the range with red flags up and the range road closed so settled for the roadside view on this occasion.
19th Aug 2003 12:00 by peregrinus
vgc; no cap; grassland
11th Jan 1997 00:00 by mickandshane
Plenty of cattle around. Plug missing.