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TP0915 - Aston Grange
23rd Apr 2013 15:00 by Sandgrownun
Easy find down track by house,even though it says preserved land,private. Pillar in good nick, fence pipes in pillar badly corroded,retains OS cap, FB partially buried & no sight holes visible.Ok 360° views.Something growing in preserved land.
27th Mar 2013 16:26 by CJO
FB partially buried in soil. Presumably the fence is older than the pillar, as the rails pass right though it. pillar installed in 1945. Fence looks quite old too, so may have been installed at same time or per-date the pillar.
21st Feb 2012 00:00 by caroleengel
29th Oct 2011 11:40 by ted
Plug intact; FB part-buried in soft soil. Detour off footpath; grey and sunny.
2nd Oct 2011 16:29 by painterman61
parked on track strange sign on gate trig has been drilled either side to take fence rails,fair views original plug.
3rd Jul 2011 07:33 by wrose
A relatively straight forward visit and find although one has to trespass onto preserved land. All this entails is following the tractor track from the road, where I parked, to the pillar. Looks to be in good condition although I wonder whether the rail that it is used to support passes through the pillar. Some nice rural views
3rd Jul 2011 00:00 by Rupertal
2nd Jul 2011 17:45 by Particle
Easy to find, great views over Cheshire on a sunny afternoon.
2nd Apr 2011 09:00 by MickandKim
Parked in lane just past trig on left. Preserved land? Badger set next to trig.
25th Feb 2011 15:10 by tigger4242
Easy to find down the track
17th Jan 2011 14:00 by PeteBoggs
Simple find - wonder what the land is being reserved for?
12th Dec 2010 08:44 by Triggers
path up side of house now says "Land reserved No trespassers" what ever that means. Accessed by path at other side of field.
1st Oct 2010 10:20 by VBForever
11th Aug 2010 17:55 by Phil Clayton
Trig incorporated into metal fence and fb half buried in soil. In "preserved" field - not come across that one before. Walked up from boat at Dutton Lock.
30th Mar 2010 13:15 by lomax1
Visited while caching in the area.
12th Sep 2009 11:00 by BILLY COO
Easy access along path beside the house.
27th Aug 2009 16:25 by craftinessa
Followed the path from the gate, along the fence. In a corn field, in the fence.
27th Aug 2009 16:25 by swampysean
Has been incorporated into fence
9th Jul 2009 13:50 by dal
30th Dec 2008 11:48 by THE CYCLIST
27th Dec 2007 10:36 by Lone Walker
Novel pillar this, with the fence poles passing right through it. That must have been more trouble than it was worth surely? Easy access from the road, via path beside the house. Parked by the cycle route fingerposts. No fences to scale.
20th May 2007 15:10 by ocean soul
29th Apr 2007 13:00 by Kelsborrow Wayfinders
Logged while on a walk from Acton Bridge.
14th Apr 2007 07:50 by PhilPamAndRob
The poles appear to go right through this trig!
21st Oct 2006 14:07 by Glaslyn
Not far off footpath ,there sa choice of 2.Field of stubble,under pylons.
3rd Aug 2006 12:26 by Foinavon
28th May 2006 12:00 by iainmac
30th Jul 2005 17:53 by Blue
26th May 2005 13:40 by Rhayader_wanderer
Easy parking beyond the houses on the bend where the cycleway splits off walk back and up into the field to a trig that is guarded by 5 bee hives presumably working the rape field.
26th Mar 2005 13:01 by Deego
well after 174 trig logs I was accosted for the first time. I had been a bit on the cheeky side, so I was not surprised. I had reversed off the road to turn around, and knowing it was only 250 ft away I jumped out of the car and dashed to the trigpoint. Just as I was taking a photo I looked back to the car and could see a lady standing by it. I rushed back and apologised for parking in her field. She was very nice about it :o)
15th Mar 2005 16:18 by John Stead
Reasonably clear of vegetation at this time of year.
29th Sep 2004 12:00 by peregrinus
vgc, metal cap deep letters, W face of hedge E side of track
28th Apr 2004 12:00 by Seasider
6/30 for the day. Near pylons.
25th Apr 2004 17:00 by Father Ted
I think may be that the fence was built around the trig.
18th Mar 2004 17:10 by Pyoung1s
23rd Feb 2004 15:00 by Slippers
The pillar was built around a fence (concrete posts with steel rails) good views towards Daresbury and Jodrell Bank.
28th Jun 2003 16:49 by Keith Stevens
In wide overgrown hedge between two fields, with just the top showing. Had to clear brambles and grass to get the number. Private
Trig buried in hedge Trig top visible