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TP5729 - Rookery Hill
3rd May 2013 17:24 by runblue
4th Dec 2012 09:20 by Malpas Wanderer
21st Aug 2012 15:53 by qmaster
2nd Jun 2011 13:20 by Glaslyn
29th Apr 2011 09:54 by THE CYCLIST
Found unsigned footpath up from lane. Nettles somewhat uncomfortable when wearing cycle shorts! Struck left over ackward to scale fence, by good judgement (chance actually), directly opposite pillar.
31st Dec 2010 07:50 by Cipollini
Well named; woods to NE full of rooks - and fox -on very murky grey morning. Found myself on ummarked path at top of woods, but easy access to field and then rolled under barbed wire to TP. Odd rusty threaded cap to plug, but TP in vgc and on a better day would be a lovely viewpoint.
16th Aug 2009 16:15 by Father Ted
When coming by car from the main road, there is a pull in just past the start of the footpath, neat the start of the second footpath. Do not take this one by mistake. Only a fool like me would do that. The only other tricky bit is the crawl under the barbed wire fence to gain access to the FB made more difficult by the nettles. If you do not get caught from above you will from below.
12th Aug 2009 09:33 by senrabyar
1st Jun 2008 16:18 by Orchards Finest
We were the wrong side of a barbed wire fence so didn't see the flush bracket. Hazy views of Newhaven. GPSr gave elevation 49m.
5th Nov 2006 14:00 by The Moor We Hunt...
Good views over Seaford Bay.
S3979 Rookery Hill ©The Moor We Hunt...
21st Oct 2005 16:35 by Managra
This is on the field line just in front of some houses but the land is permissive so there's no problem with access. Lovely views over the sea. It has the weirdest plug I've ever seen - not standard OS issue, but why and what it's for is anyone's guess.
10th Sep 2005 16:40 by Griefmiester
Pillar appears to be in good condition, plug has been "modified" good views to Newhaven
4th Sep 2005 16:00 by peregrinus
vgc, edge of meadow, fine views, that odd rusty cap already mentioned, of which I have a closer close-up...
19th Apr 2005 14:51 by Alan Grove
Much as described in earlier logs. The views from here are supurb, in site of its location close to modern housing. Views include Seaford Head and Newhaven Harbour.
20th Nov 2004 12:00 by iainmac
24th Jul 2004 13:51 by Sussex_Rambler
No more to add than what has already been said! Sure is a strange plug ...
17th Jul 2004 21:15 by barryhunter
Its a fairly standard pillar, right by a barb wire fence. Excellent views of the sunset from here, (which I stayed to watch, also to celebrate my 100th Trig!). As mentioned below, its sporting an unusual metal plug, don't know if this plug used to hold a beaconing lamp.
16th May 2004 13:30 by mickandshane
Good views of the Downs in all directions. Just off a public footpath. Plug has a strange bit of rusty steel screwed into it.