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TP6613 - Tunstall Hills
25th Apr 2013 19:06 by Griefmiester
Liked this one - easy climb up rocks from lane below - pillar good condition - great evening views all around.
11th Sep 2012 21:47 by badger4272
Drove up to Reserve Car Park and walked up to this one to do the Earthcache. Great clear views over Sunderland .Slight damage to the spider.
3rd Sep 2012 06:51 by Bangkok_ian
Logged this TP while geocaching in he area.
9th Jun 2012 18:15 by sheepsocks
Good view across Sunderland to the sea. Can drive almost to it, then clamber up rocky summit.
8th Jun 2012 10:24 by Rick Trig
I'm sure the veiw was great but it was raining and misty (see photo). I'm not an expert but the trig looked OK, with a recent coat of paint and no graffiti
7th May 2012 12:00 by MickandKim
Climb up rock good views
21st Apr 2012 15:00 by CJO
Scramble to summit, up wet slippery limestone. Had recent coat of paint, one loop missing
8th Dec 2011 15:28 by slateloose
Good 360 Views
5th Feb 2011 11:00 by ted
Plug missing. Pillar recently painted. Rocky outcrop with good views.
8th Nov 2010 00:00 by pete37038
5th Oct 2010 17:21 by Clochandighter
NZ391544, LR88. HISTORY: Pillar completed 14th August 1947 costing £9.4s.0d. Computed as teriary triangulation station NZ29/T72 in 1947. Refixed as same in 1970 and again in 1984. Levelled for height in 1963. Last maintained by the OS in November 1978. SITE VISIT: Approached from northwest. Found parking space in Harperley Drive, west off Tunstall Road at NZ389547. Followed mapped track from east side of Tunstall Road then up worn path to top. Pillar is fair condition, wear and tear for lots of visitors and battle scarred under several layers of graffiti and repainting. Spider centre open. Overpainted flush bracket faces 25° NNE. NW and SE sight holes open, innards blocked with debris dropped through spider. Good views all round. Photographed 5/10/2010, GRP.
3rd Oct 2009 20:13 by adsandco
Great views, blowing a gale and struggled to stay upright
3rd Oct 2009 00:00 by Border Peat
very windy S4165©Border Peat
7th Jun 2009 12:00 by seanmac
8th Nov 2007 14:47 by senrabyar
27th May 2006 14:54 by pangula
Centre plug missing, covered in Graffiti and plenty of rubbish in surrounding area.
Trig Point flush bracket ©pangula
22nd Feb 2006 19:14 by Longfram Kev
Great views, bit of rubbish lying around and Flush Bracket seems to have been painted over.
15th Oct 2005 12:00 by peregrinus
vgc, no cap or plug, graffitti, on striking rock/grass knoll, good view
Montaged by J Rouse ©peregrinus
19th Jul 2005 17:00 by agentmancuso
Cap gone, covered in graffiti
18th Jul 2005 20:40 by drums4monty
Lovely evening for a walk up the hill. Nice views tonight.
29th May 2005 12:30 by alistair_uk
I bit of a steep climb to go to the trigpoint but a great view of both Wearside and some Tyneside when you get to the top.
21st May 2005 15:20 by Dallan72
Found whilst Geocaching nearby.
29th Mar 2005 12:36 by Postie
Up here to get a geocache.
6th Jan 2004 12:00 by iainmac
5th Jan 2004 12:38 by dws771
19th Jun 2003 12:30 by lepustimidus
Traditional trig. Top open. Painted white/cream. Graffiti covered. On a rocky outcrop with good views over Sunderland and to the Cleveland hills. Easy access.
20th Oct 2001 15:00 by stan toon
Loads of mini rock scramles here.
14th Oct 1998 14:37 by jimmy