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TP0919 - Atkins Farm
21st Feb 2012 10:07 by g4wsb
29th Jan 2012 15:25 by dal
Not too bad at this time of year - not in the worst part of the thicket.
30th Jun 2010 16:59 by MCL
Nasty one to get to, but if you don't wear a thin T-shirt, and you don't wear shorts, you won't be mutilated by the thicket. I did, I do, and I was....
26th Mar 2010 19:30 by bluebeard
29th Oct 2009 14:20 by Glaslyn
In small area fo scrub on edge of field. just visible at this time of year from the outside but need to enter for photos.
26th Feb 2006 13:15 by mickandshane
We parked at entrance to footpath south west of trig. Quite difficult to spot in the undergrowth. Tarmac plug.
21st Mar 2005 12:00 by peregrinus
vgc, asphalt plug, in scrub between arable field & gdns, not easy to spot
Montaged by JWR ©peregrinus
2nd Feb 2005 14:31 by Bekandian
Almost missed this one as it is heavily camoflagued by moss, ivy and brambles. No chance of it being used as a trig point any time soon methinks.
25th Jun 2004 18:55 by Pyoung1s
29th Oct 2003 16:15 by Lathama
Right in the middle of a thicket - totally overgrown! Plate number visible with some difficulty! About 300 metres NW of footpath on edge of field. No views except across field East.
24th Feb 1982 00:00 by RogerTempleman
Site visited on 26 September 1981 but pillar not found. On this visit left the public footpath and walked around edge of field to find the unpainted pillar in a small group of trees around a pond.