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TP5968 - Shropshire Bank
8th May 2012 20:45 by PeteBoggs
A trig for those with a death wish! Parking is a pain and the trig is buried in a hedge on a very busy road - getting a pic is a matter of traffic dodging
23rd Feb 2012 00:00 by caroleengel
VERY dangerous road to walk along. Definitely no parking alongside trig. Park on verge to SW SJ595426
17th Feb 2012 15:30 by MickandKim
17th Apr 2010 00:00 by Border Peat
FB S4742 ©Border Peat
17th Sep 2009 12:05 by splash
Hadn't realised this one was damaged till I saw the photos on here. It was obscured quite well by hedge. Walked up field boundry to get flash plate number
23rd Oct 2008 08:10 by Tizzie
I spotted this as I headed into Whitchurch for the last part of the Whereigo cache. I couldnt stop due to traffic and roadworks.
13th Oct 2007 09:37 by THE CYCLIST
14th Jul 2007 19:15 by jameswameek
Saw this when I was driving past. I would agree with others about access. Didn't stop as I didn't think it was safe. I can't see it lasting much longer. (What happens when a trig is removed?)
25th May 2007 20:50 by ocean soul
Still there,still leaning.Parked in field entrance.
28th Jan 2006 11:37 by Glaslyn
Still leaning badly,really bad parking and not a pleasant walk back along the busy road.
9th Apr 2005 12:00 by iainmac
11th Feb 2005 20:40 by Pyoung1s
6th Feb 2005 18:17 by wildtrekker
Still in place, not fallen off yet
30th Jan 2005 08:23 by Bridgeman
This one has certainly had a nasty knock in the past and has been dislodged off its foundations. It is located just behind the bend sign on the SE side of the road. Park on the grass verge on the Cheshire side of the county boundary and walk back to it. Note this is a busy road with no pavements so it might be better to reach it by walking up the field parallel with the road. Flush bracket faces into field.
30th Oct 2004 10:55 by Pengy&Tigger
Pretty badly damaged
3rd Jul 2004 12:00 by peregrinus
vgc, plastic cap, on E hedgebank, FB facing E
Montaged by JWR ©peregrinus
19th Apr 2004 17:40 by fasgadh
Roadside, just in Cheshire and genuinely hard of access. Silage crop rules out the field just now, and its a near suicidal roadwalk on the otherside of the hedge. Timed my road trip with roadworks and lights, ran like .... when the one side was stuck behind red. The road is fast, busy and in a cutting with no shoulder to hide on. The pillar is falling over, at a lean and pretty well bashed about. Every lorry scraping the cutting undermines it a bit more. It will be removed soon, hopefully when they widen the road. Used the camera to get the number, it was of course facing away from the road.
10th Apr 2004 10:04 by Deego
Dont think this one will last long. very damaged and is leaning over. see photos
11th Aug 2003 14:23 by Keith Stevens
On roadside on A530, leaning, overgrown. Public
7th May 1988 00:00 by RogerTempleman
Leaning pillar beside A530 at Old Woodhouse