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TP0537 - Upton Lovell
1st Apr 2013 13:59 by jonglew
Parked at Ansty Hill at start of track to Quebec Farm (where the Quebec Bolt is located). Walked S along byway to barn then cut across the field. No crop planted, but recently been mud-spread. FBM protected on all sides by railings approx 4ft high. Still has height tag displaying 577.53 ft above sea level. Good views N to Salisbury Plain, otherwise restricted by trees.
3rd Oct 2010 17:15 by dal
Loads of pheasants. Intact height tag.
5th Jun 2010 15:20 by cmb1953
23rd Mar 2010 16:28 by raypool
11th Sep 2008 19:36 by AndyG
Field now harvested.Inside the railings is full of weeds otherwise OK.Metal detectorists at work further down the field.
23rd Jul 2008 17:55 by AndyG
Returned here from Quebec.Railings visible in the middle of the crop but no obvious way to access them via tractor tracks so decided to leave it until after harvest.Back to the car at Codford St Mary on what turned out to be a very pleasant if slightly frustating 9 1/2 mile round trip.
18th Jun 2008 01:20 by Pyoung1s
8th Mar 2008 13:23 by Glaslyn
Within Railings ,iddle of field.Undamaged.Pleasant short walk from road.
28th Jul 2007 18:00 by tom
Protected by 3'railings and a field full of 4'maize. Views limited by the crop and the trees surrounding the field.
30th Apr 2007 10:25 by bluebeard
done as two in one with Anstey Hill(Quebec)
6th Dec 2006 10:59 by Ann_and_Brian
No crops now, just a freshly manured field, signs of this on the FBM.
8th Jun 2006 12:00 by iainmac
Field planted with cereals and couldnt see railings. Revist required.
21st Jun 2005 23:29 by Rhayader_wanderer
Parked by Quebec then hopped on the bike for speed. Field is now planted up but railings are visible and tractor marks show the way for the main part
27th Feb 2005 13:00 by peregrinus
Drove up (rough) byway from N, parked at barn, followed careful bearing into arable field, but proved unnecessary as it has the standard railings, very obvious in middle of ploughed chalky field. Standard FBM marker pillar, vgc with OSBM & GPS plaque both on E face, height tag marked 577.53. Seems strange they didn't at least site it next to the byway.