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TP9843 - West Pier
11th Apr 2014 18:30 by GIRTy
It took a while to find as my GPS was saying the bolt was 23ft away!
A needle in a haystack. A better photo to show the exact location.
24th Feb 2014 03:30 by Triggers
retrospective log. Staying at St bees caravan park
4th Aug 2013 12:36 by CJO
2 inch bolt. found correct metal work this time. (clearly got distracted on previous visit) witness rivet 3 m SW of bolt by drainage gully
21st Apr 2013 00:00 by Border Peat
14th Apr 2013 11:08 by peregrinus
Yes, agree with jonglew and asbown, standard hemispherical OS bolt, vgc, also a smaller bolt 4m nearer to top of steps, at edge of drainage channel, slightly damaged and presumably not OS
20th Mar 2013 13:50 by jonglew
Have to concur with asbown below, all the other photos for this bolt are not the bolt but of the residue of one of the railing uprights - sorry guys, you've been looking at the wrong thing. The actual bolt is the standard 2" diameter and of the usual bronze-like metal and is approx 2.5m in from the edge of the quay. I paced out each side the 'pseudo bolt' and can confirm there are bolt-like items along the quay-side at regular intervals confirming they are the remains of the old railings. The actual bolt has some oxidation, but imho should be re-classified as 'good'.
The Bolt TP9843©jonglew
12th Mar 2013 10:55 by asbown
a bit of doubt about this one,I'm fairly sure my photo is of the bolt but other photo's show another closeby bolt which I'm not sure is o /s related,good views from both
1st Dec 2012 15:00 by dugswell2
Corroded bolt near West Pier lighthouse seen on a cool, clear and frosty afternoon.
15th Nov 2012 18:35 by PeteBoggs
Not much to say - it's a bolt near a lighthouse
28th Aug 2012 16:10 by jlc
22nd Jul 2012 18:27 by CJO
bolt is slightly corroded in an eroded sandstone block. Located 50cm from edge of pier. the pier edge has been replaced with newer sandstone blocks. UPDATE: see 4 Aug 2013 this log incorrectly describes a metal bracket/bolt/fencestump as the trigmark. The actual mark is 2M from the quayside as has been described by subsequnet visitors
2nd Jun 2009 20:44 by dal
Noted the corroded bolt when visiting the 1GL Bolt bench marks on the lighthouse (NX 9689 1867) and the one on the Old Quay (NX 9679 1847) .