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TP6261 - Sunny Bank
18th May 2013 14:09 by CJO
Under Hovis bakery.
Sunny Bank destroyed
30th Oct 2012 14:36 by tigger4242
Hovis factory nothing to see
28th Dec 2011 21:20 by painterman61
Gone in forties could have been the Luftwaffe, its brown bread in the hovis factory!
5th Nov 2011 16:15 by 1.1
Nice car park.
28th Sep 2011 00:00 by Bramley
Vaguely remember trig from a school sponsored walk 35 years ago
30th Apr 2011 12:15 by johnbamforth
Log #85. (190m). By car. I spend more time on these DEAD trigs than I do on LIVE ones! Looks like this one was lost when the Hovis Bakery expanded their very large factory here some years ago. The truck loading area at the rear of the bakery has been excavated for the expansion. Where I stood to take the photo (outside the perimeter fence), was about level with the top of the trailer. Yet another trespass thru a barbed fence is required to get here
Sunny Bank Trig The Pillar. If you look at the second light in from the R, about C of shot and just under the loading bay canopy, the pillar would have been sited in front of the light at about the level of the roof of the trailer.
22nd May 2010 12:11 by Triggers
didn't waste too much time looking for it
22nd May 2010 12:10 by PeteBoggs
Drove past but nothing to see
3rd Sep 2009 17:00 by splash
Having waited for a heavy shower to pass, there was nothing to find.
23rd Aug 2009 17:00 by MAC.HAWK
Gone to TGTMITS, bas***ds! Made an effort even though I knew it wasnt there - a sad case of Trigonontrism (the psychiatric act of feeling the need to visit the site of a triangulation station - particularly a pillar - knowing that it no longer exists). On a round of the mops ups in West Yorkshire that no longer exist. Its a bit sad that the 300th UK & IOM trig Ive (not) tigged no longer exists. As an addendum- Im at a loss to know how Peteboggs could drive past and log it!!
21st Mar 2007 15:30 by Rhayader_wanderer
others pretty much sum up my experience here
12th Nov 2005 14:32 by John Riley
As previous visitors I searched around the back in the corner to the north of the bakery and west of The Dales BUPA nursing home and found nothing. There is a slightly raised bit of land which tallies with a contour line on the OS map just a few yards NW of the wall/fence corner. Perhaps this was the place??
Sunny Bank Looking into the corner from the slightly higher bit of ground.
27th Dec 2004 12:00 by iainmac
31st Oct 2004 17:10 by Pengy&Tigger
I reckon this is missing. We went round the back of the hovis bakery, but the GPSr pointed into the lorry park and delivery bay. Nothing to be seen whatsoever. I also note that it was supposed to be a pillar but isn't shown on the OS maps.
31st Oct 2004 14:40 by ted
This one has been toasted. The rear of the bakery premises is a parking area - nowhere for a trig to hide. Behind that is an empty field. According to the OS list, this was S4199 which indicates a probable construction date of the late 1940s; I've checked maps from the present back to 1964 (OS 1" series) but can't find any reference to it. Bradford's industrial museum is nearby and worth a visit. Missed P & T's visit by a few hours.
28th Oct 2003 13:24 by badgemaker
appears to be in the bakery!!!! anyone else found it?
28th May 2003 16:14 by The Hungry Caterpillars
Searched the area extensivley but came up with nothing but a large bakery building.Local knowledge did not to help.Apparently not in building.Suspect this trig is gorn