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TP6744 - Warminster Bottom
21st Dec 2012 11:42 by jonglew
Re-visited with more determination to access the trig than my last visit. Red flags still flying but no training since 14 Dec for Christmas break. Easy access into the comms compound through the b/w fence on either side of the gates. Pillar is in good condition. Been painted white, but flaking a bit now. All sight holes open. Plug missing and centre hole open.
7th Sep 2012 14:45 by CornishWalker
Found whilst on holiday in the area.
30th Jan 2012 11:45 by jonglew
Located inside a compound within the boundary of the Salisbury Plain MoD training area. We went up to the gates of the compound but I declined to jump over. Trig is visible, but no close up possible without a major trespass.
27th May 2010 18:35 by cmb1953
Compound appears very disused with no-one about, so nipped through gap in fence to take photos.
30th Aug 2009 13:21 by moonraker
Within army firing range. Walked up road to compound in which trig is situated.
28th Oct 2008 08:30 by Erme Harrier
Ran out from Edington only to find that the trigpoint was within army firing range. Braved it up the road only to find that the trig was within an army compound. Not much could be done about that and we headed back the way we had come.
28th Oct 2008 08:30 by Dart More
Accompained Erme Harrier
17th Jun 2008 20:00 by Pyoung1s
31st Dec 2007 13:25 by Glaslyn
Reversed up track to compound entrace ,decided against going further due to CCTV .Pleasant area ,possible to drive here from Stoke Hill.
16th Dec 2007 16:00 by PHMB
7th Oct 2007 08:40 by bluebeard
walked around MOD compound and looked through rusty wire pretending not to see the red rag flying at nz camp
29th Jul 2007 09:56 by tom
The perimeter fence was impressive but had a gap next to the gate enabling access. Several toppled portaloos scattered around the compound. Good views.
3rd Feb 2006 14:00 by Rhayader_wanderer
Ranges side and just as I was leaving the car I saw a jeep approaching so opted to obey the red flags once I realised it was in the compond.
19th Mar 2005 12:00 by peregrinus
in poorly defended compound, vgc, white, no cap or plug, OK views, no access probs
16th Jan 2004 12:53 by maurice
Pillar is thought to exist but is within Danger Area of Imber Ranges. Access is only available on very limited occasions.
19th Aug 2003 12:00 by peregrinus
in hi-sec compound, seen in poor light; white, looks vgc; FB num not confirmed on site