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TP4799 - Middle Crag
12th Sep 2012 00:00 by caroleengel
2nd Sep 2012 16:05 by CJO
Up Crag end drive, then across to water pump. From Pillar possible to see Ashton memeorial, Blackpool tower and Plover Scar lighthouse and much more besides
S4662 is spider starting to delaminate
14th Nov 2011 15:05 by Sandgrownun
Parked at Crag End farm drive,up drive and across field on footpaths towards the mast,then through a gate,and left to trig.Trig in good nick,original plug and 1 sight hole open.Stone wall behind looks newly built and on my way back,nearly got showered in sh*t as farmer was muck spreading!
13th Nov 2011 00:00 by Rupertal
8th Oct 2011 17:15 by painterman61
Last of the day parked up below middle crag farm entry lane met farmer in yard was relutant to give permission at first then was ok we got chatting he said he could remember it being built as a child! Very muddy this now go through second gate to trig original plug no views thick mist came down.
22nd Apr 2011 00:00 by pete37038
Great views, easier to get to from below, as I found after approcahing from above....
14th Aug 2010 17:03 by MickandKim
Went up wrong lane but friendly farmer was happy to show us the way. Trig on left next to long wall with view of old wind mast towards the sea Best access 2nd field on left after farm, cows in first field to friendly. Last bit over fence next to trig
26th Apr 2010 13:30 by PeteBoggs
Took footpath to Middlecrag farm then slight trespass but out of sight of farm
2nd Sep 2009 11:47 by Keith Stevens
Off the road, up the farm track, then in a big circle to avoid fields of slavering cows. On the way back, the cows had moved, anticipating my route, pawing at the ground as they waited for me. I hate cows! Pillar fine, good views to coast
21st Aug 2009 09:16 by bonatti
Nothing inspiring, boggy walk in down the farm track (on the day).
1st Feb 2009 09:50 by SlainteJimmy
Only the North sight open and very good condition overall. Two flocks of curious rams and a rather large drystane dyke tried to stop me... really good western view.
Middle Crag ...nosey sheep and large dyke.
2nd Oct 2008 14:30 by bluebeard
19th Jul 2008 18:55 by BILLY COO
12th Jul 2008 16:30 by ted
Corner of field, plug intact. Trig in good condition but footpaths very wet and churned-up by cattle. View of wind farm out in Morecambe Bay. I wondered if the bull in the next field had been put there for the benefit of the engineers working on the electricity pylons 8-)
21st Oct 2007 08:25 by Pyoung1s
8th Jun 2005 12:55 by Rhayader_wanderer
4/27 Walked in from the West possible to bury the car just south of the farm drive. trig itself vgc with views both of town and Heysham
9th Apr 2005 11:00 by soloist
8th Apr 2005 12:00 by iainmac
21st Mar 2005 15:30 by mickandshane
We took the track past Middle Crag farm and then headed up to the trig which is visible from the path. Plug with indented lettering.
12th Nov 2004 12:00 by peregrinus
vgc, metal cap shallow letters, near NE cnr of pasture
30th Apr 2004 12:00 by Seasider
11/29 for the day. Just a regular trig.