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TP5541 - Purbeck
6th Dec 2012 14:00 by Lathama
There is a large chunk of concrete missing from one side of the pillar and several smaller chunks also. The pillar stands on a small concrete plinth, visible at grass level. There is an asphalt plug replacement. No significant white paint noted. South sighthole closed but others open. Rain closing in so views not brilliant.
16th Apr 2011 15:32 by Glaslyn
Scond time lucky as range walks close last time in the area. Visit to Tyneham before and Lulworth after for a pleasant day. Pillar good with nice vista.
6th Nov 2010 12:30 by splash
went for a coastal walk taking in the trig point along the way. A lovely warm November day
6th Nov 2010 12:30 by gowrie
With Splash - amazing views on clear day
29th Jul 2010 10:30 by hdke
4th Apr 2010 16:29 by raypool
21st Feb 2009 11:34 by Frenziedfrog
Great location on the Range walk. Fabulous spring weather (for once) and plenty of grand views.
31st Aug 2007 18:00 by PHMB
I would think Whiteway hill more descriptive of the location.
10th Jul 2007 18:10 by Clanfield Rambler
Pillar had a chunk missing out of the side. Asphalt plug. Good views, lovely walk from car park. It was weekend so walks were open.
13th Apr 2007 14:54 by lonesome_cowboy_burt
Interesting walk around Tyneham - Dartford Warbler nearby.
10th Mar 2007 15:45 by dal
Great day. Great views. As saginanivalis says there is a significant chip on one of the edges - merits 'Slightly damaged'.
17th Feb 2007 12:00 by peregrinus
chipped halfway down, but sound. asphalt plug, too hazy to make best of view, but a nice area. Access via track from viewpoint 1mi to E - closed by MoD most weekdays and the odd weekend. Lulworth Range Walks website still had 2006 info when I checked before visiting.
16th Sep 2006 17:01 by crescentccc
In the gunnery range NW of Tyneham. Photo not to hand at present
18th Jul 2006 17:10 by Rhayader_wanderer
Range walks were closed so a frustrating distance view only
21st May 2006 16:45 by maurice
Good views to Portland.
27th Dec 2005 13:21 by TreeHouse
Cold north wind, ooh my frozen face. Access only when the Range Walks are open - unusually open on a Tuesday, but that's because its the Christmas Holidays.
Pillar with Povington Hill in the background ©TreeHouse
26th Sep 2005 12:00 by peregrinus
"Firing Range Keep Out", just a recce really, so I did. Monday probably not a good day to visit. From subsequent reearch Feb07: Lulworth Range Walks and Tyneham Village are open to the public every weekend from 09.00am Saturday until 07.30pm Sunday (a few exceptions - see website http://www.twinning.org.uk/range_walks.htm
16th Aug 2004 07:47 by Managra
Stunning view. Tarmac plug
1st Aug 2004 14:05 by martin
Wonderful walk from Whiteway Hill Car Park. Army boys have kindly left a picnic table on Flowers Barrow!
27th Mar 2004 03:50 by Pyoung1s
Updated flush bracket number
20th Mar 2004 13:00 by kevjtrig
Visited with gale force winds and very low visibility. Only accessible when the Lulworth Range walks are open. The lack of damage is surprising with the amount of shredded metal around, and even the odd tank shell. Visit on a clear day for (I'm sure)excellent views of Tyneham and the Dorset Coast.
8th Mar 1997 00:00 by mickandshane
Next to a handy bench.