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TP6751 - Warren Hill
13th Apr 2013 12:12 by CURRYSCRIM
Gates locked today and could not find a way in although the pillar is almost within reach. Many wind turbines in the area and views are limited.
16th Feb 2013 13:00 by MickandKim
Gate open and short walk to trig
4th Jul 2012 17:18 by Border Peat
Visible but no access
22nd May 2012 09:51 by wrose
Easy to day. Construction still ongoing and access gates open so I drove in. Parked at top of drive and waved to the workmen as I made my way to the pillar. In excellent condition and still retains an original raised letter plug.
18th Mar 2012 00:00 by caroleengel
No access at present but very close to fencing and would have been touchable if the mesh had been larger so i am counting it as bagged!
18th Dec 2011 11:52 by slateloose
Unable to get to trig gate in new fence locked,but easy visible from roadside.
30th Jun 2011 16:15 by pjr
This Pillar has been carefully treated after construction work has taken place.It proudly sits on new concrete base along side new fence.There is row after row of new buildings with new road system to them.I think future TP baggers will find this an easy one to find as the site will be open to access.Praise must be given to the Civil Engineering team for the respect it has shown to this Pillar where it sits with importance on this new site.
12th Feb 2011 12:50 by ted
This is no longer an easy roadside bag. Trig is now on the other side of a new metal fence. Earth moving equipment active on site. Gate was open so sneaked in for a quick visit. Plug intact, good condition - looks like the pillar will survive the developments but may become inaccessible.
7th Oct 2010 11:30 by dewdrop
near to the road, behind hedge in field, easy to find. Field being dug up for construction ? large agricultural development. Good condition, all intact.Not a pleasant site or sight.
25th Jan 2010 14:20 by splash
Good views of surrounding hills despite the murkiness.
27th Nov 2009 12:00 by smiley dog
easy roadside trig no need to turn the engine off.
11th Oct 2009 16:55 by ocean soul
Easy roadside trig.Either the electrified fence has gone or I managed to avoid it in the undergrowth.
3rd Jul 2009 16:30 by Bourne
2nd Mar 2009 18:30 by robinhood
First night trig, went past it a couple of times in the dark. Pillar close to a hedge on the field side but take care with leccy fence protecting field and 'chalets' (for pigs?hens?)
10th Oct 2008 12:22 by senrabyar
4th Jul 2008 11:11 by THE CYCLIST
20th Jun 2008 12:00 by iainmac
14th Jun 2008 13:47 by Monkeycopter
13th Jun 2008 10:23 by gowrie
11th Mar 2008 08:30 by asbown
roadside near electric fence.
20th Oct 2007 13:30 by Sandisox
Between electric fence and hedge, All metalwork ok.
9th May 2007 16:01 by Bridgeman
Just behind hedge on roadside . Electric fence to south of trig. Parking nearby
1st Dec 2005 14:40 by Rhayader_wanderer
gate to park in 40m east of the trig all else already said
30th Oct 2005 14:36 by lookingmrb&pwb
7/13 Next to the leathel electric fence that my brother tried to convince my to touch, i refused and he disided to show me that it "wasn't on!". To his disgust, amazment and pain it was on and he got a fox proof sized electric shock. Can any one beat this as the most stupid thing one of your trigging party has done. Back to the trig, all the sightholes not visable orinonal metal work but i couldn't see the 1P.
29th Oct 2005 17:00 by wildtrekker
Nice easy find behind the hedge. nice views today
29th Oct 2005 11:28 by Glaslyn
Next to large poultry farm ,sort of free range ...half decent views.
23rd Aug 2005 18:00 by Tom de Erin
No obvious damage. Plug intact. Right beside an electrified fence!!!! The 1p is still there.
6th Aug 2005 16:40 by vegibagger
jamie's 6th birthday trig pillar
1st Aug 2005 18:45 by Lathama
Between a hedge and a brutal electric fence just off a lane, and guarding a filed of ten thousand free-range chickens! There a 1p. piece on the top of the pillar [which I left intact!]. It has the original plug - one of those unusual ones with highly-raised letters set in a double indented circle. Some white paint. All sightholes below soil level. Limited agricultural views. There is also a field next door growing red onions!!
1st Jul 2005 12:00 by peregrinus
vgc, metal cap shallow letters, behind gappy hedge N side of rd at summit, FB facing S
Montaged by Jon Rouse ©peregrinus
23rd Sep 2004 14:05 by John + Carol
Easy find at the side of the road but very close to an electric fence
24th Jul 2004 13:35 by RoPeHe
Just through the hedge from the roadside. Good condition complete with all metalwork including plug with raised lettering (also bonus 1975 1p piece!)
14th Apr 2004 18:50 by fasgadh
Roadside, but beware the leccy fence. I recorded the number as 1703.. but the photo came out and it was 1705! I did not look too closely! Great view of the pig arks. Intact.
21st Mar 2004 11:10 by mickandshane
Easy access. Plug with raised lettering.
29th Feb 2004 12:32 by HEATHENS
28th Oct 2003 10:19 by Fleetwind
Great views of chickens!
9th Jun 2003 12:45 by John Stead
Actually behind a hedge and adjoining a chicken farm - the interesting bit being the proximity of an electric fence making taking a photo of the BM plate quite a hazard - not lethal maybe but to be avoided!
11th Feb 2003 14:30 by Morseman
On roadside near Blidworth.
26th Jan 2002 12:00 by peregrinus
behind hedge N side of rd (happened to visit just after dark)