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TP4966 - Muirhead
14th Oct 2012 13:44 by Border Peat
30th Sep 2012 14:31 by wrose
A relatively straight forward visit. Parked on the road and pushed my way through the woodland and gorse to get to the pillar. It is in good condition and has a replacement composite type plug. Nothing really to commend the location being tree enclosed but is in very pleasant area generally.
25th May 2012 00:00 by jonglew
This would have been the 5th trig on our Black Isle mini-tour whilst en-route from Tongue to Avimore - if we had been able to find it. Hunted high and low for this one but just couldn't locate it, we obviously didn't push into the wood far enough but the undergrowth was quite dense and was expecting it to be roadside. Disappointed as unlikely we'll re-visit the area to hunt again.
21st Feb 2012 09:40 by sky high boys
Meh, this trig was so memorable I forgot to log it at the time...
19th Sep 2011 17:35 by coinea
19th Sep 2011 17:34 by Clochandighter
Parked on grass verge, SE side of road at NH752616. Secondary station pillar in good condition. Completed 17th July 1955 costing £28.3s.2d. In coniferous woods, NW side of road, hidden by wall of gorse. Spider centre plugged with tar. Flush bracket faces 136° (SE). Vented through SW sight hole. In woods therefore no view.
31st Jan 2010 00:00 by pete37038
Deep into the wood, still there in good fettle
3rd Aug 2008 17:00 by Phil Clayton
Couldn't find it. Obviously didn't go far enough into wood but as everything was saturated and dripping - including me ...!
18th May 2008 18:01 by lonesome_cowboy_burt
Parked by the mast and walked back down the road. Gorse barrier still there and growing.
30th Jun 2006 12:00 by peregrinus
Slightly leaning; resin plug. Knoll in open wdld 15m NW of road behind gorse at apex of bend.
31st May 2006 15:38 by dal
Vgc, concrete plug. As others have said there is a gorse barrier between the trig and the road. Access is easier if you leave the road to the east, and walk through the wood.
24th Dec 2004 15:20 by spidym
24th Dec 2004 15:20 by Allymac
As has been said already, the trig's off the road but protected by a barrier of gorse. Not the most attractive site in the world.
26th Jul 2004 21:43 by fasgadh
In amongst the trees and hard to spot. A barrier of gorse has to be breached to find it. Meanwhile back up at the highest point there is an unfortified reservoir and a bumper crop of raspberries.
25th Apr 2004 12:00 by iainmac
Third time lucky. First time drove by expecting to see it from road, second time got out of car (!) and looked in trees to south of road but thanks to gps (third visit) revealed to be to north of road behind gorse and not at highest point.