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TP4907 - Moor Hill
5th May 2013 13:28 by fitzydan
The sea and coastal erosion seem to have claimed this one...
17th Apr 2013 14:13 by The RockKnocker
Not much left of this one and what is left is in the sea, coastal erosion.
The Remains of the trigpoint. Not much remains of this one, just a lump on concrete in the see, photo taken from Skirlington trig.
2nd Sep 2012 13:35 by peregrinus
Cliff has receded about 40m beyond where trig used to be. 2 big hunks of reinforced concrete on beach nearby, probably not trig related. One chunk of concrete 50m south with a few pieces of brick incorporated struck me as trig like but who knows. If not taken away by the OS I guess the pillar will have been broken up and dispersed by years of wave activity. Walked from S along clifftop, found an easy descent point, then walked back along beach (well used path back up to caravans). Visit was more or less at low tide (very low - spring tide - full moon).
28th Sep 2011 11:55 by Dusty
Gone over the cliff and now replacement may soon go the same way.
17th Sep 2010 14:04 by Bourne
Parked up and had a look round but no joy, gone forever
6th Sep 2009 17:20 by asbown
be rude not to log it while you are here,
7th Jun 2008 11:20 by ted
OS database states that this one was destroyed 06/60; also gives a computation year for nearby Skirlington as 1959 which implies that the two trigs co-existed for a short while with a separation of approx 47m.
Moor Hill Fragment of an eroded building on beach. Trig would have been about here but at cliff-top level.
12th May 2006 12:25 by Brisey
I am surprised how few of the loggers of TP7130 have logged this lost location. You can't get much close to this pillar's location than that pillar! There are plenty of blocks of concrete at the foot of the cliff and poking out of the sand, but I doubt if any remains of this pillar are now among them.
2nd Jan 2004 12:00 by iainmac
Visited TP7130; no sign of this one.