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TP7377 - Holme Fen
22nd Jul 2011 17:07 by slateloose
Parking just yards away from post on opposite side of road
11th Aug 2009 10:41 by senrabyar
Second visit to the UK low point. Didn't bother climbing down into the ditch this time though. Also didn't dig out the GPS to record location.
31st Jul 2009 16:58 by Phil Clayton
Holme Fen Post.
19th Jul 2009 10:00 by milvus-milvus
As others - doing the Earthcache, and stumbled across this...
10th Jul 2009 15:50 by gowrie
Extra interest being 2.7.m below sea level!
3rd Oct 2008 12:34 by Griefmiester
So! it's not a trigpoint! - but it has a Flush Bracket and it is a very interesting location - well worth a visit.
1st Sep 2008 15:19 by jlam-d
Found while looking for geocache GC1C967
Holme Fen ©jlam-d
13th Jul 2008 16:25 by gazooks
Found while caching at same spot. GPS read -8 feet.
6th Mar 2007 13:45 by BillHa57
A very interesting and historic location
5th Feb 2006 13:59 by Julian Dowse
A flush bracket on the 1957 post. Interesting because of its mention in the Guinness Book of Records (1994 edition - Depression p14, Lowest lying area in Great Britain at 2.7 metres below sea level and - Roads: Lowest p128, lowest surface roads in Great Britain are just below sea level in the Holme Fen area at 2.75 metres below sea level) as well as the beauty of it lying in a National Nature Reserve.
17th Dec 2005 12:00 by peregrinus
Holme Fen Posts, SE side of Holme Lode reached by footbridge from car park. on newer of 2 posts installed to monitor peat wastage (4m since 1860): info board tells more
25th Jan 2004 12:00 by Boneychest
Found this one while geocaching (GCG43T - Pillar to Post)
22nd Jun 2003 09:03 by Pharisee
I visited this location whilst on a geocaching trip. Interesting stuff.