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TP6923 - Whitwell Grange
10th May 2013 17:29 by catman
Fortunately,the ploughed field was dry.Limited views.
25th Feb 2013 14:00 by PeteBoggs
Easy find field is very muddy at present
26th Aug 2012 17:40 by CJO
access via tramlines through wheat field. Torrential rain meant very wet legs and muddy feet.
S2582 looking back to monument
19th May 2012 13:10 by Particle
Easy to reach. Fairly decent views.
6th Nov 2011 12:19 by Whats the Point
Surprised to find that I’d been here before – parked at the monument.
3rd Oct 2011 16:13 by Border Peat
Parked beside monument trig in opposite field only sheep today
29th Sep 2011 11:10 by Dusty
30th Jul 2011 11:57 by simplysup
I'd stopped to check out the very impressive monument, but couldn't resist bagging this trig at the same time!
9th Mar 2011 00:00 by caroleengel
12th Feb 2011 14:40 by wanderer
30th Dec 2010 09:40 by THE CYCLIST
22nd Oct 2010 00:00 by Bramley
30th May 2010 16:25 by BILLY COO
12th Feb 2010 13:00 by Rachel-C
12th Feb 2010 13:00 by SUE-C
29th Oct 2008 14:50 by splash
Nice drive through Castle howard to the monument then over the fence and across the field to the trig
29th Oct 2008 14:50 by gowrie
20th Sep 2008 14:10 by wrose
Accessible and visible. I parked near the monument and crossed the road to straddle hurdles into field from where the pillar can be seen. The monument is far more imposing than the pillar although there are reasonable views all round. The pillar is in good condition but obviously used as a scratching post by sheep resulting in errosion that is exposing the base. Concrete plug with one hole open.
17th Sep 2008 11:30 by Managra
We parked by the monument to the Earl of Carlisle and hopped over the gate. The field was full of curious sheep which, as they approached, disturbed a hare that ran off apace. Wonderful stuff. Tarmac plug.
22nd Mar 2008 08:45 by seanmac
Parked at nearby monument(well worth a look)and the trig is a shirt trot across the road
My Missus Trig with monument in the background
19th May 2007 15:41 by NB30463
12th Apr 2007 14:30 by Trigbagger
Field very dry when i visited, had to climb over gates roped together. Lovely monument just over the road.
18th Mar 2007 11:38 by Theo D Lite
across a field of grass
11th Mar 2007 13:00 by MAC.HAWK
Moist but nowhere near as wet as on yorkshirenige visit. Easy access as mentioned by straddling a series of 'gates' roped together just across the road from the monument (still no access to that). The field is currently just grass but crossing it is in direct view of Monument Farm - might there be a problem if it had crop in it? Nice photo fron iainmac with the snow. No cars, on foot.
9th Jan 2007 15:30 by Bergfuehrer
Yorkshire. Field still soggy. Concrete plug.
7th Jan 2007 15:15 by yorkshirenige
Middle of a field. Car park at the monument to 7th Earl of Carlisle.
6th Jan 2007 11:45 by ted
In a soggy field; easy access. Near the S end of a long straight road featuring fast cars and squashed wildlife. Monument still fenced off.
28th Sep 2005 11:48 by Glaslyn
Easy access ,good view of monument.
29th Jan 2005 12:00 by peregrinus
vgc, middle of arable fld
17th Sep 2004 16:20 by RoPeHe
In centre of field, but in good condition except for Plug replaced by concrete. Close to monument to 7th Earl of Carlisle
2nd Sep 2004 16:09 by manonabike
29th Jan 2004 12:00 by iainmac
5th Sep 2003 12:00 by iainmac
25th Jul 1999 08:15 by vegibagger
4th Aug 1994 00:00 by tg1
On holiday with Marion, Joseph and Ben. Visiting Castle Howard.
30th Mar 1985 00:00 by RogerTempleman
Pillar in middle of grassy field on Bulmer Hag, with nearby monument erected to George William Frederick, VII Earl of Carlisle. Access to the monument denied because of poor state of masonary so had to make do with the pillar!