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TP0574 - Bowling FBM Aux 1
4th May 2013 14:38 by jonglew
Didn't have the OS sketch with us so no chance of even looking for it in any methodical way, but visited the site en-route to Crianlarich.
4th Oct 2011 18:30 by Triggers
didn't really hunt for it as i knew it wasn't there
21st May 2011 16:25 by andyc
Without sketch this one looks unfindable.
8th Jul 2010 15:00 by SlainteJimmy
Finally calling this one Done... my third fruitless poke n hope - it may possibly be buried deeper under the reworked grassy verge... I,ll leave the deep scanning to TimeTeam.
7th Nov 2009 11:30 by descarte1
GPS said 1' away (averaged over 10 minutes). Had a good look around and nothing looking even remotely Berntsen-like. Grass is recently mown as well. So unless it's buried, given the proximity to the road, I concur with Iain's view that it went with the road building.
7th Nov 2009 11:29 by pog
7th Jun 2007 14:00 by Rhayader_wanderer
no luck for me either
25th Feb 2007 10:31 by ZanderH
25th Feb 2007 10:30 by agentmancuso
Had a good look about but no sign. Evidence of someone (Iain?) digging fairly recently.
3rd Dec 2005 12:00 by iainmac
Had the OS sketch but may be well buried and theres plenty of rocks down there.
8th Feb 2004 12:00 by iainmac
I suspect it went when the junction of A82 and A814 was engineered