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TP0812 - Alemill Hill
2nd Mar 2013 12:52 by CJO
pigs in field
24th Feb 2012 08:00 by Foinavon
First visitor for nearly a year to this pleasent trig with a sea view.
8th Mar 2011 15:10 by THE CYCLIST
A BIT OF WHEEL SPIN ON THE WET STEEP APPROACH TRACK, BUT MADE IT UP! FEROCIOUS WESTERLY WIND.
26th Oct 2010 11:28 by craftinessa
Very noisy geese in the next field. Great views of the coast from the trig.
26th Oct 2010 11:28 by swampysean
7th Feb 2010 00:01 by MickandKim
Easy parking at roadside short walk up path trig on left
22nd Oct 2009 16:30 by fasgadh
Easy short walk up a track - when the geese are not about. A lot of feathers on the road, and noisy geese at the nearby farm. Should be OK around Christmas. Good nick and intact
17th May 2009 15:31 by Fester
Followed Clochandighter`s route up the side of the field.
26th Apr 2009 00:00 by Border Peat
4th Mar 2009 15:30 by ocean soul
Short walk from road.Excellent views toward the sea.
11th Nov 2007 14:44 by coinea
11th Nov 2007 14:43 by Clochandighter
Pillar in good order. Spider retains OS plug with deep indented lettering. RHS sight hole open, others plugged. FB faces SSW ~208° along field boundary. Located by fence on NE edge of arable field. Mapped track on other (NE) side of fence. Safe parking by bend in public road at NT915638. Photographed 11/11/2007, GRP.
S7140 - Alemill Hill pillar & FB
9th Apr 2007 12:05 by andyc
Pleasant spot not far from road with good views back to the Cheviots.
1st Nov 2004 12:00 by iainmac
Revisited to photograph
20th Sep 2004 14:31 by sky high boys
24th Dec 2003 12:00 by peregrinus
vgc, metal cap deep letters, W side of fence on W side of tk at summit
13th Aug 2003 12:00 by iainmac
4th Aug 1993 11:59 by Clochandighter
First visit. To record FB number. HISTORY: Pillar completed 25th July 1952 costing £15.13s.11d. Computed for triangulation as tertiary station NT86/T1 in the Berwick secondary block during 1953. Flush bracket S7140 levelled for height also in 1953. Last maintained by the OS, 10th August 1989. SITE VISIT 4/08/1993: Back in the days when Lowland Scottish ran the No.104 Edinburgh to Berwick bus service. All consigned to history now, not just the 104 bus route, but the bus company name too.