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Good condition 2013-06-06 12:27 - TP0703 (Great Whernside)

FB Number: 2976   Condition: Good   Score: 10/10

Log #104 (704m). A brilliant 12.1 km hike up from Kettlewell via Cam Head and Black Dike, returning down Dowber Gill. A Northern Hikes walk. Conditions: Part Sunny, 16C, Visibility = v good. Full marks for the Trig & views

Gt Whernside Trig Northern Hikers at the Pillar
Flush Bracket Gt Whernside
Gt Whernside Trig Pillar Leaving the Trigpoint

Destroyed 2013-06-04 12:16 - TP6363 (The Chevin)

FB Number: N/A   Condition: Destroyed   Score: 5/10

Log #103 (2nd visit - last one w/pics on 17/11/09). Logged while doing a 12.6 km circular hike from Otley, with friends from Northern Hikes (facebook group). Conditions today: Sunny, 18 C, V. Good visibility. Score for views (5 of 5)

Good condition 2013-05-22 10:18 - TP6357 (The Bowshaws)

FB Number: S1873   Condition: Good   Score: 7/10

Log #39 165m.(previous visit to this trig w/photos - 31/01/11). Another visit to The Bowshaws, this time with a group from Northern Hikes(facebook page). The group was doing a 13.9 km circular walk along The Leeds Country Way. Partly sunny conditions, 12C with excellent visibility. Good views.

Good condition 2013-04-16 11:11 - TP2383 (Conistone Moor)

FB Number: S5432   Condition: Good   Score: 9/10

#100 (yay!)Alt 512m. Bagged while doing a 7.3 mile hike from Conistone up thru the Dib to Conistone Moor, then back along the Dales Way past Conistone Pie. The winds up at the pillar were estimated at 70 mph. It was very difficult to stand up, let alone take photos. I was completely unable to take any of my usual long distance shots.

The Trig - Elev 512 m Trig could use a lick of paint. Fab views looking across Kilnsey High Moor in back, with Kilnsey Crag in the Wharfe Valley below
The FB - S5432
The Northern Hikers group at the Trig From L - Ray Davis, John Bamforth, John Earnshaw, Roy Chaplin

Good condition 2012-10-26 12:42 - TP7378 (Stoodley Pike Monument)

FB Number: Not logged   Condition: Good   Score: 10/10

Log #101. Elev 396. Bagged during a 10.8 km circular hike starting Hebden Bridge. We took the route up thru the steep sided Crow Nest Wood, then across field paths to reach Pinnacle Lane. From here we joined the Pennine Way for the hop up to the Pike. The return was via The Calderdale Way down thru Stoodley past the former hospital to reach the canal, where we followed the towpath back to our car in Hebden Bridge. It was bitterly cold up here on this particular Oct day, with strong winds blowing across the moors from the NW. However, this wind direction offers the best visibility, so the views were stunning. Below us the Town of Todmorden stood guard at the junction of three Pennine Valleys, with the Rochdale Canal clearly seen. To the NW was Pendle Hill with it's own Trig Pillar. Pendle Hill is at a bearing of 315 degrees, range 24 km. The highest mark of 10 on this one with the Monument & views

Stoodley Pike Monument A stunning monument offering virtually limitless views from the balcony.
Standing Guard The Monument viewed from Pinnacle Lane
Score 10 !! Looking back at the Monument as we head downhill to Stoodley
The views Looking down at Stoodley below and Todmorden in the valley

Destroyed 2012-05-05 13:00 - TP3917 (Hill Top)

FB Number: N/A   Condition: Destroyed   Score: 0/10

Log #98. (97m). A truly awful place to find. The 'dead' trig would have been located at the rear of a garage in my pics. Spoke to a resident who helped me locate the spot without being accused of being "up to no good" in this very private cul-de-sac. Have scored this as zero, coz there's no trig and no views. These developers don't give a damn about retaining these monuments.

Trigpoint The trig would have been located behind (or under) the garage with brown door

Good condition 2012-05-02 14:15 - TP4832 (Millbank)

FB Number: 10693   Condition: Good   Score: 5/10

Log #97. (43m). Bagged this one doing the 13.9 km Section 7 of The Kirklees Way from Hanging Heaton to Thornhill Edge. Access from the cobbled green lane (Hall Ln), thru the farm gate and tucked away in the NW corner of a field. Crawl under the barbed wire at the corner post and the Pillar is situated on the corner of the steep defunct railway embankment. DANGER. There is a hazard here. If you step back more than 3m (10ft) from the trig to take a photo, there is a sheer 100 ft drop. The OS map doesn't show any disused quarry here, so not sure why the cliff is there. So at the W of the trig is a steep embankment and to the N is the cliff. If you observe the trig from within the field there is no danger. The Pillar is in good condition with the original top plug in place. The FB # is an unusual one, without the usual 'S' digit. There is little in the way of views here, except to the NE over Healey & Horbury Bridge (industrial). 28C today with p.sunny skies.

Destroyed 2012-04-24 12:45 - TP4180 (Kex Gill Moor)

FB Number: N/A   Condition: Destroyed   Score: 5/10

Log #96. 303m. The hilltop that this trig used to occupy is now at the bottom of a lake! As with many of these trigs that sat atop good quality rock outcrops, a subsequent quarry has destroyed not only the trig, but the hills they sat on! Located at the 6.5km point of a 9.7 km hike from Blubberhouses to Thruscross Resr, then across Kex Gill Moor to the trig, before dropping back down the long drovers trail (Hall Lane) to Blubberhouses. Not a half bad day today, with excellent visibility and partly cloudy skies. Temp about 16c. Although the trig gets a 0 score, the views get a max 5, with good 360 degree views of loads of landmarks including Menwith Hill, Barden Fell, Round Hill (Beamsley Moor, Kex Ghyll, the Washburn Valley and Resrs, Askwith Moor; and in the far distance, yep you guessed it, Ferrybridge Power Station.

Good condition 2012-03-31 13:12 - TP0912 (Askwith Moor)

FB Number: S7875   Condition: Good   Score: 9/10

Log #95 300m. Parked up at the grit stores at Snowden Carr, then walked N along Askwith Moor Road to track gate below the trig. Now this area is Access land, so the gate shouldn't be locked, but it is, so had to climb over wall to RH of gate, and I hate doin' that as it's a No-No. This is wild, heather moorland, but the track up to the trig is metaled, so it's nice and dry. The views are fab from the trig. There are a number of carved stones around the moor and you can picture folks thousands of years ago carving them as they took in the scenery of a full 360 degrees: but today's visibility was only rated 'good' with the usual murk for distance viewing. Good views to Menwith Hill, Rombalds Moor, Ben Ridding, Almscliff Crag. Good view of Swinsty Resr from the track below the trig. Temp 9c, cloudy, but dry day. Distance from CP is .74 km, so the O&B walk was 1.4km. High score with views and trig condition.<br> 20-05-12 Have now reported the locked gate to Ramblers Central Office for further action.

Good condition 2011-12-27 11:10 - TP1997 (Carr Top)

FB Number: S7882   Condition: Good   Score: 8/10

Log #94. 256m. Bagged with a short detour from doing a circular walk along the Abbey Trail from the hamlet of Clifton. Trig located 67m trespass from the road thru a blue gate. Quarry has barbed fence all round, so closest I got was about 6m from trig. Excellent views Otley, Menston, Burley-in-Wharfedale, Rombalds Moor above Ilkley. Opened rucksack to get my camera out and discovered I had forgotten it. Will have to revisit.

Good condition 2011-09-25 12:37 - TP3657 (Hartshead Moor Top)

FB Number: S1767   Condition: Good   Score: 6/10

Log #93. 171m. Bagged with a short detour from hiking Section 5 of the Kirklees Way. No legal access to trig so had to make do with observation from Halifax Rd. Weather today: humid 22c, light rain and poor visibility. Stiff breeze. Views hampered by miserable weather and surrounding housing, so average score reflects this.

Slightly damaged 2011-08-24 13:20 - TP3189 (Fixby Ridge)

FB Number: S1766   Condition: Slightly damaged   Score: 6/10

Log #92. (257m). Bagged with short detour from hiking section 3 of the Kirklees Way LDP. Followed farm track W from Upper Cote Farm to trig field gate. Crop harvested in field, so beeline from gate to pillar. The trig is damaged, with a crack running across the lower half, as well as the tilt. Looks like it got hit by a tractor. Sunny, hot day. Temp 33c. Visibility excellent. I have to say the views from here are severely spoiled by HVTLs all over the ridge. There are 6 pylons and the lines are a goddamned blight on the beautiful countryside. Plus forests around Fixby Park G.C. obstruct the views S a bit. I,m def getting senile these days, as I realize I haven,t taken photos of the Trig, even though I took photos of the views. Overall, the views are decent. (Revisited 27/08/11 for the pics of the trig).

Good condition 2011-08-22 12:23 - TP5221 (Old Lindley Moor)

FB Number: S4197   Condition: Good   Score: 7/10

Log #91. 265m. Short detour from walking section 3 of Kirklees Way LDP. Very hot day. Temp 31, sunny, visibility excellent. Good 180 degree views. Interesting area, with evidence of several archaeological digs having taken place all round. (Roman coins have been found). This trig is only a hop away from Lindley Moor Road which follows the course of the old Roman road from York to Manchester. (The Roman surface is only 15 inches below the tarmac). There may have been a hill fort near the trig. Also a few meters away is the 14th century Haigh Cross (a medieval prayer cross). As the inscription reads - Re-erected in 1808 following the willful destruction of the former cross. The Trig is in excellent shape with original metal plug, but unfortunately it may end up as another lost trig soon, for as noted by Slateloose the area is up for development, although according to the planning notices all around, it is for a huge Data Processing Campus as well as homes.

Good condition 2011-08-21 12:40 - TP6925 (Wholestone Moor)

FB Number: S4198   Condition: Good   Score: 9/10

Log #90. 380m. Short detour from walking section 2 of the Kirklees Way LDP. Temp 29c, sunny, visibility v.good. views 360 degrees. Access via trespass across farmland from PRoW to E of comms towers. Well, this has to be one of the best trigs I have visited yet! The views are magnificent and I can see for miles! Definitely the WOW factor here! (only spoiler is the hum of the moorland M62 below the hill).

Good condition 2011-08-20 11:50 - TP2688 (Cupwith Hill)

FB Number: S4369   Condition: Good   Score: 8/10

Log #89. 424m. Short detour from walking Section 1 of the Kirklees Way LDP from Marsden. Temp 27c, p.sunny, visibility v.good. Views 270 degrees. As noted by Terry L, best access is from the N. If you,re driving, there is a lay-by on New Hey Rd (A640) just N of the trig. There is actually a narrow path up to the trig, but it tracks in a circle for some reason. As you pass to the E side of the trig, you may think the path is missing it, but fret not, it circles right round to the pillar.

Cupwith Hill Trigpoint The Pillar
Cupwith Hill Trigpoint The Flush Bracket
Cupwith Hill Views View 60 degrees and 5 km to the NE at Wholestone Moor. Cannot make out the Trig.
Cupwith Hill Views View 258 degrees at 4 km to Moss Moor Trig on The Pennine Way. The white dot to L of comms tower is the Pillar
Cupwith Hill Views Emley Moor Mast. Range 19 km, bearing 93 degrees
Cupwith Hill Views Nice view looking ENE at 3-in-a-row major power stations. Centre shot is Ferrybridge at 28 miles, then Eggborough at 34 miles, then edge of shot is Drax at 40 miles.

Destroyed 2011-05-12 14:14 - TP2478 (Crab Trees)

FB Number: S4067   Condition: Destroyed   Score: 0/10

Log #88. (134m). Leg 2 of 2 trig 5.7km walk from Birstall to White Lee via Oakwell Hall. The view from this trig would have been quite spectacular IF it was there AND IF there were no houses all around it. Peering thru the houses I could see Castle Hill, HD, Emley Moor and the Pennine Hills above Marsden. The only place higher in the immediate area is the ridge of Popely Farm Fields to the NNW. I came off the ridge on my way S to the trigpoint. So with no views now and no trig, its another big fat zero!

Crab Trees #12 Priestley Ave. The trig would have been at the centre of the house (There is a caravan in front of the house in iainmacs 2006 photo).©johnbamforth

Slightly damaged 2011-05-12 11:15 - TP7325 (Moor Fields)

FB Number: N/A   Condition: Slightly damaged   Score: 2/10

Log #87. (175m). 23/02/11. Attempted bag on 6.7 km walk from E Bierley to Birstall, (some along the Kirklees Way) via Hunsworth Hill and Moor Fields. Well - where is the Berntsen I ask myself. Looked up and down the lane, to no avail. I,ll have to try another time. A cruddy area for sure. AND, the Kirklees Way is in dire straits. The stiles are rotten, too many horses and associated mud. What can I say! Oh, and a foul visibility day to boot! 06/05/11. Just re-reading some of the logs and realised that there are 2 items here - a Berntsen AND a Surface Block which is further along, opposite the telegraph pole. Both are described by John Riley and the clue is in his photos. Also, as noted by MAC.HAWK, the official Grid Ref given in the main titles, does not correspond with either of these positions. The official grid ref places the trigpoint in the field on the N side of the Rd, but to the W of the end of the wall. 12/05/11. Revisit. Leg 1 of 2 trig 5.7km walk from Birstall Retail Park to White Lee via Oakwell Hall. Dodgy weather today with showers and views from here to Castle Hill & Emley Moor obliterated by heavy rain clouds. There is a 1m deep drainage ditch on the S side of the road, with a verge between the road and the ditch. The Berntsen is about 10m uphill from the end of the wall and the surface block is 37m uphill from the same point. Both items are at the top of the verge. I have shown the Grid ref of the Berntsen in my log titles, but the grid ref of the surface block is SE 22673 27480. I have also taken a shot of the location of the official grid ref. (Milestone - this completes all trigs within 10km radius of my home).

Moor Fields The Bernsten location (ctr of photo). Telegraph pole #5 is just to the R, out of shot.
Moor Fields The Surface Block location (showing Pole #4). I am standing on the ground above the block
Moor Fields The location of the official Grid Ref 22600 27500 (ctr of shot)
Moor Fields Trivia Joseph Priestley was born 300 meters from the trig, This plaque is on the row of cottages on Owler Lane at Field Head La.

Destroyed 2011-04-30 12:52 - TP5111 (Newhall)

FB Number: N/A   Condition: Destroyed   Score: 3/10

Log #86. (199m). By car. Parked around corner then trespassed onto the off ramp of the M606 to get a shot of this location. Prior to all the development in this area and before excavations, there would have been excellent views from this trig, triangulating with Rombalds Moor and The Chevin to the NNW and NNE respectively.

Newhall Trigpoint The pillar would have been sited about C of shot, just to the R of the small tree. It would of course have been about 6 meters higher altitude prior to excavations for the Motorway

Destroyed 2011-04-30 12:15 - TP6261 (Sunny Bank)

FB Number: N/A   Condition: Destroyed   Score: 4/10

Log #85. (190m). By car. I spend more time on these DEAD trigs than I do on LIVE ones! Looks like this one was lost when the Hovis Bakery expanded their very large factory here some years ago. The truck loading area at the rear of the bakery has been excavated for the expansion. Where I stood to take the photo (outside the perimeter fence), was about level with the top of the trailer. Yet another trespass thru a barbed fence is required to get here

Sunny Bank Trig The Pillar. If you look at the second light in from the R, about C of shot and just under the loading bay canopy, the pillar would have been sited in front of the light at about the level of the roof of the trailer.
Sunny Bank views View due N across the field in back of the bakery, over Airedale to The Chevin
Sunny Bank views The view NNW to Eccleshill foreground and Ilkley Moor in back. Rombalds Moor rises up on extreme L horizon

Good condition 2011-04-27 14:17 - TP7064 (Woolley Edge)

FB Number: S1785   Condition: Good   Score: 8/10

Log #84. (176m). Leg 2 of a 10.7km, 2-trig fabulous hike from the National Coal Mining Museum, Overton via Chapel Hill Trig, Stoneycliffe Nature Reserve, The Sculpture Park, here, then on to Bretton Park. This Trig sits serenely amongst woodland on the edge of the Woolley Moor plateau, overlooking old quarry workings and the deep Dearne Valley below. Unfortunately, the magnificent views are hidden by the trees. If you are travelling by car however, park at the Woolley Edge Lane viewpoint CP and after savouring the views, walk up Common Lane a few meters to access one of the many paths thru the woodland to reach the trigpoint. The woodland is private and displays no trespass warnings but the paths are well used and the walk thru the woodland is magnificent. High score even without views from the trigpoint.

Woolley Edge Trig The Pillar. Id be happy if I was parked here too!
Woolley Edge Trig The Flush Bracket
Woolley Edge views Looking N along Woolley Edge Lane after emerging at the S end of the woods on the right

Good condition 2011-04-27 11:33 - TP2114 (Chapel Hill)

FB Number: S1784   Condition: Good   Score: 7/10

Log #83. (158m). Leg 1 of 10.7km, 2 trig hike from the National Coal Mining Museum, Overton via Carr Ln, Stonycliffe Woods, the Sculpure Park, Woolley Edge Trig and finally Bretton Park. Beautiful sunny day, fab walk and the visibility was very good today, so good views.

Chapel Hill Trig The Pillar. View looking NW along Smithy Lane
Chapel Hill Trig Flush Bracket
Chapel Hill landmarks Trinity Church, Ossett; standing proud at 5km, bearing 21deg.
Chapel Hill views Looking ENE towards Netherton and beyond

Destroyed 2011-04-26 13:09 - TP6664 (Upper Moor Side)

FB Number: N/A   Condition: Destroyed   Score: 1/10

Log #82. (141m). First visit 12/06/10. Couldnt figure exact site then. Returned today with full set of data to photo exact site. The site is on a plateau with buildings all around, so no photos of views or landmarks. I calculate that the trig would have been in the doorway of the barn, so it has most likely been destroyed.

Upper Moor Side The grid ref and satellite positioning show the pillar to have been situated beneath the gable end wall (green doors), directly below the roof ridge of the building (ctr of photo).

Good condition 2011-04-23 13:45 - TP7135 (Upton Beacon Connecting Point)

FB Number: N/A   Condition: Good   Score: 4/10

Log #81. (88m). A short trip round the corner from the other trigpoint at Upton Beacon. Knocked on the door of the homeowner (his name is John if you introduce yourself) and as pointed out by Trigbagger, the Springer Spaniel is a very friendly animal indeed. (yap, hes still there 2 yrs on)! The trig is no different than previous photos, except for some reason a wall block from next to the trig is now sitting on top of it. (Maybe an adventurous trigger rockclimbed the cliff behind the trig and dislodged it). What do I know? I had taken an image from the rear as I came up the path from the N. Its about a 7m high cliff immediately behind the wall where the trig is embedded. As pointed out by asbown, the FB is buried - in the wall footings.

Upton Beacon CP The Pillar - embedded in wall
Upton Beacon CP views The cliff behind the trig. This is a disused quarry. The pillar is in the wall at the top, behind the foliage near the shed. Best shot I could muster.
Upton Beacon CP The Trig Station

Destroyed 2011-04-23 13:39 - TP6671 (Upton Beacon)

FB Number: N/A   Condition: Destroyed   Score: 4/10

Log #80. (91m). Leg 2 of 11.1km 3 trig hike from Fitzwilliam Rail Station to Upton Beacon. Crazy weather today. Smog warnings from Met Office and the temp reached 38C according to my wrist computer as I was crossing the fields near Badsworth. I figured there was something wrong with it. Cant believe its only April yet! Visibility has improved along the way by 50% to 3km. WOW! I have to agree with Haighr01 about the Went Valley tho. Done a lot of walking in these parts when leading the Leeds Ramblers walks and its very serene. On arriving at Upton Beacon I spoke to the homeowner next to the trigpoint and they showed me their outside wall thermometer which read - you guessed it - 100F (38C), confirming my WComp as correct.

Upton Beacon The position of the trig would have been dead C of photo by my calc.
Upton Beacon landmarks Shinwell Comms Tower. Range 1.5km @ 79deg. Smog can be seen even at this close range.
Upton Beacon landmarks Approaching Upton Beacon across field paths from the N. Im only half a kilometer away here, yet the Water Tower (next to trigpoint) clearly shrowded in smog.
Upton Beacon landmarks The Upton Beacon Windmill (disused) next to trigpoint
Upton Beacon views The view due S

Good condition 2011-04-23 10:33 - TP1556 (Brackenhill)

FB Number: S1914   Condition: Good   Score: 6/10

Log #79. (66m). Leg 1 of 11.1km 3 trig hike from Fitzwilliam Rail Station to Upton Beacon. My, my, what a day. Smog warnings from Met Office and the temp reached 38 deg C. (100 F). This is April! Naturally there were no views as the visibility was down to about 2km - rubbish. Entered the field from Green Lane going thru the quarry, then field edges to trig. Field in flowering rapeseed.

Brackenhill The Pillar
Brackenhill The Flush Bracket

Slightly damaged 2011-04-20 14:31 - TP4516 (Long Bull Hill)

FB Number: S4238   Condition: Slightly damaged   Score: 7/10

Log #78. (35m). Leg 4 of 4 trig 11.8km walk from Glasshoughton Rail Station to Knottingley Rail Station. A definite trespass here. I tried to follow tractor tracks thru field up the hill. Good views tho, particularly if you luurv Motorways...!!!

Long Bull Hill The Pillar (with hot weary traveller)©johnbamforth
Long Bull Hill the Flush Bracket
Long Bull Hill The damaged spyder
Long Bull Hill Views The N-bnd A1M and guess which landmark
Long Bull Hill landmarks The smokestacks at Ardagh Glassworks. Range 1.6km @ 79 degs
Long Bull Hill views Looking E towards Knottingley

Destroyed 2011-04-20 13:31 - TP6795 (Wentcliff Hill)

FB Number: N/A   Condition: Destroyed   Score: 0/10

Log #77. (43m). Leg 3 of 11.8km 4 trig walk from Glasshoughton Rail Station to Knottingley Rail Station. Walked right past one of my favorite landmarks to get here. I worked this out to be in the back yard of #4 Mill View. Looks vacant right now, and no views.

Wentcliff Hill The Trigpoint. (ctr frame)
Getting to Wentcliff Hill Oh no, not again! Cant get much closer than this

Couldn't find it 2011-04-20 12:24 - TP3981 (Holmfield)

FB Number: N/A   Condition: Couldn't find it   Score: 5/10

(35m). Leg 2 of 4 trig 11.8km linear walk from Glasshoughton Rail Station to Knottingley Rail Station. This located along Sheepwalk Lane near Townville. Trouble is, I had incorrect info with me. I had written it on my plans as missing, and I had the wrong location, so I didn't even stumble on it. (senile would be a good word) Will return.

Good condition 2011-04-20 11:05 - TP3990 (Holywell Wood)

FB Number: S4200   Condition: Good   Score: 6/10

Log #76. (73m). Leg 1 of 11.8km linear 4 trig hike from Glasshoughton Rail Station to Knottingley Rail Station. Followed farm/quarry track uphill to reach trig. Perched on top of digger cliff, lookin straight at the Xscape venue. A new LV power pole has been installed next to trig with the yellow sheething to the support strut.

Holywell Wood The Pillar. (threw in the tripod for free, black contrasting with yellow!)
Holywell Wood The Flush Bracket
Holywell Wood views The Xscape venue (cant miss it)

Destroyed 2011-04-19 13:41 - TP3452 (Great Clump)

FB Number: N/A   Condition: Destroyed   Score: 0/10

Log #75. (50m). Leg 3 of 8.3km x 3 trig linear walk from High Ackworth to Darrington. OS shows this trig to have been at 50m elev. Both the Grid ref and the 50m contour line show this to have been to the left of the A1(M) FP just inside the perimeter fence looking N. I climbed up the small bank to observe the high point of the arable field to the W of the hiway boundary fence, then lined up with the high point of the ground on the other side of the Motorway. This ties in with the Grid ref. The Grid ref of the boundary fence is 48844. Photo shows nothin but ground cover and trees with sidewalk down below. The whitish color to the L of that is actually a truck passing by.

Great Clump The trigpoint (best calculation I can make) I'm facing S. The hiway and sidewalk is to the left. The perimeter fence and field is just to the o/s right of frame

Good condition 2011-04-19 12:42 - TP4910 (Moor Lane)

FB Number: S4246   Condition: Good   Score: 7/10

Log #74. (70m). Leg 2 of 8.3km x 3 trig linear hike from High Ackworth to Darrington. This one nicely perched on edge of plateau overlooking Darrington Windmill. Beautiful day, cloudless sky, good views but poor visibility. Make sense?

Moor Lane Trig The Pillar with a windmill and powerstation on top
Moor Lane Trig The Flush Bracket
Moor Lane views View NW to Carleton Village
Moor Lane landmarks Darrington Windmill (sans sails) with the bigger windmills in back (I don't know which is my favorite landmark, Ferrybridge or Emley Moor)
Moor Lane landmarks Lookin back at Castle Syke Water Tower (Hundhill). Cant see the trig for the trees!

Good condition 2011-04-19 11:36 - TP4055 (Hundhill)

FB Number: S4242   Condition: Good   Score: 6/10

Log #73. (76m). Leg 1 of 3 trig 8.3km linear hike from High Ackworth to Darrington. Another frustrating day with the thick haze that has been around for weeks. (Apparently it is being caused by dust - no wonder I cant keep my car clean)! Otherwise not a cloud in the sky and 25 degrees today. This one easy access along field paths. Lichen taken hold, but OS plug in place on spyder.

Hundhill The Pillar (growing things)
Hundhill The Flush Bracket
Hundhill The Trig Station
Hundhill views The Water Tower other side of field
Hundhill landmarks Upton Beacon in the fog - range 5.6km, bearing 154deg

Good condition 2011-04-12 13:37 - TP4572 (Lower Snapethorpe)

FB Number: S4079   Condition: Good   Score: 6/10

Log #72. (79m). 2nd leg of 9km x 2 trig linear walk from Chickenley to Lupset. Another one stuck behind a hedge. Decent views to the S.

Lower Snapethorpe The Pillar
Lower Snapethorpe The Flush Bracket
Lower Snapethorpe views Looking SE towards Newmillerdam Country Park on horizon. M1 snaking around Horbury Jctn ctr frame.
Lower Snapethorpe views Looking NW to Ossett from other side of hedge

Destroyed 2011-04-12 10:40 - TP5444 (Pildacre Hill)

FB Number: S4193   Condition: Destroyed   Score: 0/10

Log #71. (114m). Leg 1 of 9.0km x 2 trig linear walk from Chickenley to Lupset. This trig would have been situated in the front garden of #37 Pildacre Brow. Only view from this trigpoint is between 2 houses shown with a flag flying in the garden. Otherwise the street is surrounded by houses.

Pildacre Hill The trigpoint. Located behind the fence in front of window.©johnbamforth
Pildacre Hill views The only view from trig is what appears to be Norland Moor at a range of 21km and bearing 271deg.
Pildacre Hill views Looking E along Pildacre Brow
Pildacre Hill views This is the view with houses removed. Emley Moor range 9km @ 211deg

Good condition 2011-04-09 17:08 - TP3159 (Field Head)

FB Number: S4098   Condition: Good   Score: 5/10

Log #70. (79m). Leg 2 of a 6.0 km x 2 trig linear walk from Wakefield 41 to Field Head Hospice. Beautiful June day in April, but usual haze persists. Well, a lots happened since MAC.HAWK & caroleengel were here. Theres now a 7 ft high, speared boundary fence around the entire area of Field Head in back of the hospital. You cant even get thru the fence in the cul-de-sac. Inside this new fence is a complete circle of hawthorn, so if youre agile enough to leap the fence, you know what to expect. The whole area inside is being converted to a woodland park with high end picnic tables etc. The only place for access now is a gate on Bar Lane at the S side of the Hospice and about 130m W of the traffic circle. On entering the gate look for finger post to left pointing to Woodland Walk. Follow this around and up over the grassy knoll to reach the trigpoint. No views now as the area is surrounded by buildings or plantation.

Field Head The Pillar
Field Head The Flush Bracket
Field Head views The grassy knoll. Hospice on left.

Good condition 2011-04-09 12:29 - TP5705 (Robin Hood Hill)

FB Number: S4095   Condition: Good   Score: 5/10

Log #69. (87m). Leg 1 of a 6.0 km x 2 trig linear walk from Wakefield 41 to Field Head Hospice. Beautiful June day in April, but usual haze persists. Well folks, yet another assault course here. I set off up the bank from the end of the guard rail, following the footsteps of MickandKim, so that I was climbing diagonally towards the Britrail boundary fence. Went thru the hole, then as suggested by those two intrepid explorers, out came the secateurs and a trail was made thru the undergrowth. Very steep bank down to the railroad and its the Leeds to London line, so quite busy with high speed trains. Careful!

Robin Hood Hill The pillar
Robin Hood Hill The Flush Bracket
Robin Hood Hill views The thick undergrowth approaching
Robin Hood Hill views The view from the hole in the Britrail fence. The route follows parallel to fence.

Good condition 2011-04-08 12:41 - TP5683 (Rigton Bank)

FB Number: S1874   Condition: Good   Score: 6/10

Log #68. (106m). First visit 19/05/10. Attempted bagging this one while doing a 13km circular walk from Bardsey via East Rigton, Rigton Bank, Compton, Dalton Lane, Wothersome, Stubbing Moor & Pompercali/Hetchell Crags. The walk was excellent, but there was no legal access to the trig pillar. Revisit today and whoaa.... the gates to the field were open! Farmer in the field. Not a cloud in the sky, but the view to The White Horse shows the usual haze for that distance.

Rigton Bank The Pillar - hidden behind hedge
Rigton Bank The Flush Bracket - Good Condition
Rigton Bank landmarks The White Horse at Sutton Bank - range 29km @ 20 deg. (shot taken from other side of hedge to trig)

Destroyed 2011-04-07 13:22 - TP5843 (Scholes)

FB Number: N/A   Condition: Destroyed   Score: 0/10

Log #67. (174m). First visit 31/10/10. Todays revisit was leg 3 of 5.0 km x 3 trig walk from Low Moor BD to Scholes BD. No views whatsover here, only houses. Rubbish.

Scholes trigpoint Trig would have been located at the rear of the garage, 2nd house E of ginnel.

Toppled 2011-04-07 12:10 - TP7087 (Wyke)

FB Number: S4120   Condition: Toppled   Score: 7/10

Log #66. (164m). Leg 2 of a 5.0km x 3 trig walk from Low Moor BD to Scholes BD. Following in caroleengels footsteps, I accessed from Fearnley Farm following the tractor tracks thru open gate to top of the hill. Although toppled, this trig is in v. good cond. The flush bracket looks almost brand new and the OS metal plug is still in place, Nice sunny day with good views.

Wyke Trig V Good condition
Wyke Trig The flush bracket
Wyke views The Newfarm Agrichem works
Wyke views Mill Carr Hill trig - ctr of shot, to L of Farm House chimney, at corner of field.
Wyke views View WNW to Delf Hill - ctr of frame

Slightly damaged 2011-04-07 11:11 - TP2758 (Delf Hill)

FB Number: S4128   Condition: Slightly damaged   Score: 4/10

Log # 65. (218m). Leg 1 of a 5.0 km 3 trig walk from Low Moor BD to Scholes BD. Man, take your life in your hands......this is an assault course. As pointed out by carolengel previously, you need secateurs here. Not only is the gorse 8 ft high now, but all the undergrowth is brambles. On top of that, it is a steep climb up to the top of this hill. It looks like an old Motte & Bailey structure. It was a dry sunny day today, but I wouldnt recommend this after heavy rain. When I finally located the trig there wasnt much in the way of views, as you cant see over the top of the thick gorse! Triggers photo demonstrates the height of the scrub. A nightmare trig!

Delf Hill Trig Buried in huge gorse stand
Delf Hill Trig Flush Bracket
Delf Hill views View NE from gap in gorse (only view)
Delf Hill Trig The Trig Station
Delf Hill landmarks BBC Radio twin towers, Pole Moor, HD. @ 212 deg x 14 km. This from 20 ft away from trig, but still on Delf Hill knoll.

Destroyed 2011-04-06 11:18 - TP5756 (Royds Green)

FB Number: N/A   Condition: Destroyed   Score: 4/10

Log #64. (78m). Zilch. Nada. Nothing but fields. Swithens Farm must have decided they didn,t like a trig in the field, eh? Nice warm day today. Views are good considering elevation of only 80m.

Royds Green trigpoint Pillar would have been located approx ctr frame. Swithens Plantation on L. View N from FP.
Royds Green landmarks Emley Moor Mast @ 223 deg x 19 km
Royda Green landmarks Billing Hill on horizon @ 314 deg x 18.5km
Royds Green landmarks Ferrybridge Powerstation @ 99 deg x 12 km
Royds Green views Pylon City overlooking Ouzlewell Green
Royds Green views Unusual series of S Styles through electrified enclosures on the FP crossing Swithens Farm towards Royds Green Trig from the NW

Destroyed 2011-04-04 12:20 - TP3766 (High Ash)

FB Number: NONE   Condition: Destroyed   Score: 1/10

Log #63. (156m). First visit 16/05/10. Revisit today for photos. Took bus to Alwoodley Gates then walked along Wigton Lane to trigpoint. Continued walk down Manor House Lane past school, then across to Eccup Resr and back across Golf course to reurn to Alwoodley Gates: a 7 km jaunt. Missing Trigpoint in middle of the driveway to 103 Wigton Lane. Views only of tree lined street and multi-million homes.

High Ash trigpoint The trigpoint located at L of driveway and to R of hydrant (H).©johnbamforth
High Ash views The view W along Wigton Lane
High Ash views The view E along Wigton Lane. (Even the wealthy have to put their bins out!)

Destroyed 2011-04-01 15:30 - TP6963 (Windhill)

FB Number: N/A   Condition: Destroyed   Score: 1/10

Log #62. (145m). First visit 23/03/10. I returned today to take pics. A 5.4km hike over Idle Moor from Shipley Station via the Wrose Bull PH and Idle Hill Resr to Thackley. Acres of new houses here. Only one dismal view. I agree with MAC.HAWK, odd place for a trig.

Windhill trigpoint Probable location approx ctr frame
Windhill views The property where trig was located. House up for sale at pres. Sign blown down in hurricane winds of last couple days. Family will have gotten sick of Triggers traipsing over their yard.
Windhill views View NNW towards Rombalds Moor

Good condition 2011-04-01 13:24 - TP4095 (Idle Hill Resr)

FB Number: S1800   Condition: Good   Score: 9/10

Log #61. (228m). First visit 27/03/10. I returned today to take photos. A 5.4km hike over Idle Moor from Shipley Rail Station via the Wrose Bull PH and Windhill to Thackley. Difficult, illegal access to this trig. Gate from Westfield Lane has 2 padlocks on it now. Best access is from Wrosecliffe Grove on N side of site. One of my photos shows the access point. The gate chain has only a screw link for security, but also you can step over the low wall to the left of the gate. Follow concrete track up the hill then access the Resr site thru plenty of gaps in walls and fences. Steep climb then up to top of Resr and pillar can be seen due S. You can clearly see access paths on Google Earth at 500m eye level. 70kph winds up here today. I had trouble holding the camera steady but the views are outstanding. Visibility V. Good for a change, although grey skies. Was able to see the pillar on Baildon Hill, and clear views of Emley Moor and Norwood Edge Masts, as well as Ferrybridge and Eggborough Powerstations without binocs. Good urban views over Shipley.

Idle Hill Resr The Pillar
Idle Hill Resr The Flush Bracket
Idle Hill landmarks Norwood Edge Mast bearing 18.6 deg at 14.7km
Idle Hill landmarks Baildon Hill Trig Pillar is white object in centre at top of hill, with Rombalds Moor twin masts (at Whetstone Gate) to the extreme R of frame .
Idle Hill views Looking N down to Windhill. Shows access field with Gypsy Vanner (Cob) horses. Gate is to R of Pylon. Windhill trig (now missing) was located in middle of beige colored housing estate.
Idle Hill views Looking W over Shipley and beyond. Saltaire Mill in centre of frame.
Idle Hill landmarks Ferrybridge Powerstation bearing 110.4 deg at 33km
Idle Hill landmarks Emley Moor Mast bearing 166 deg at 23km
Idle Hill landmarks Billing Hill.

Toppled 2011-03-28 13:30 - TP4004 (Hook Moor)

FB Number: S1891   Condition: Toppled   Score: 4/10

Log #60. (88m). Bagged on 10.6km walk from Colton Common to Aberford. Trig has been moved 40 meters S of its original position to end of derelict road. The grid ref is the position that it is now. Toppled over with FB plate facing upward. Otherwise good condition. No distance views due to less than 10km visibility.

Hook Moor Trig Oh dear!
Hook Moor Trig The Flush Bracket
Hook Moor views Roman Ridge (former Roman Road)

Destroyed 2011-03-28 11:24 - TP2363 (Colton Common)

FB Number: N/A   Condition: Destroyed   Score: 0/10

Log #59. (92m). First visit 02-10-10. This pillar was obviously destroyed when Highways widened the road. Visit today for pics as part of 10.6 km walk to Aberford via Hook Moor. No views. Land pretty flat and visibility less than 10km.

Colton Common Would have been about where the black square is in ctr of pic

Good condition 2011-03-27 16:24 - TP5850 (Scott Hall)

FB Number: S3891   Condition: Good   Score: 6/10

Log #58. (106m). First visit 02-01-10 by car - as it sits in the central reservation of the A61 Leeds - Harrogate road. Revisited today for pics. Half decent views in the murky visibility that we have had for most of March. This pillar still has the original plug.

Scott Hall Trig Looking NW. Surprised its still standing
Scott Hall Trig The Flush Bracket
Scott Hall views View SW towards Leeds University
Scott Hall views View S with Bridgewater Place just to R of Ctr
Scott Hall views View SE towards Burmantofts and St James Hospital

Good condition 2011-03-26 16:24 - TP7047 (Woodhouse Farm)

FB Number: S3888   Condition: Good   Score: 5/10

Log #57. (129m). First visit 02-01-10. Bagged this while doing a 7.5km circular walk from Roundhay to Shadwell via Woodhouse & Birkby Grange Farms. Todays visit for photos, with same walk in reverse.

Woodhouse Farm Trig The Pillar
Woodhouse Farm Trig The Flush Bracket
Woodhouse Farm views Woodhouse Farm

Good condition 2011-03-26 15:36 - TP1385 (Birkby Hill)

FB Number: S1896   Condition: Good   Score: 7/10

Log #56. (143m). Sherwood Forest green! WOW! First visit 02-01-10. Bagged this while doing a 7.5km walk from Roundhay to Shadwell, via Woodhouse & Birkby Grange Farms. Revisit today for photos. Did the same walk in reverse. Good views from this trig, even though murky visibility.

Birkby Hill Trig The Pillar
Birkby Hill Trig The Flush Bracket
Birkby Hill Trig The Trig Station with original OS plug
Birkby Hill landmarks Cookridge Telecomms Tower 10km @ 273 degrees
Birkby Hill landmarks Emley Moor Mast - 30km @ 207 degrees
Birkby Hill views The Trig viewed from the style 152m SW of the trigpoint

Good condition 2011-03-24 15:30 - TP6557 (Towthorpe)

FB Number: S2642   Condition: Good   Score: 5/10

Log #55. (20m). #5 bus from Station Ave, York. Bagged on 12.3km walk from Skelton to Towthorpe via the lovely village of Haxby. Beautiful day. This Pillar stands amidst a new plantation. Warning signs for Troops - (no doubt armed and dangerous)! Nearest parking across road in entrance to farm field. Again, no views from this low altitude.

Towthorpe Trig The Pillar
Towthorpe Trig The FB

Good condition 2011-03-24 12:09 - TP0158 (Skelton)

FB Number: N/A   Condition: Good   Score: 2/10

Log #54. (14m). #30 or 31 bus from Station Ave, York. Logged on 12.3km walk from Skelton to Towthorpe. Beautiful day, heavy traffic along A19. This trig at manhole covers to E of A19 & N of New Farm. Difficult walking to this with proximity to busy road noise, but if visiting by car, there is a lay-by just S of New Farm on E side of road. Nothing worthwhile here - no views, only a rivet that you need to remove turf growth to get at.

Skelton views The view S on A19
Skelton views View of New Farm

Destroyed 2011-03-22 13:30 - TP4906 (Moor Grange)

FB Number: N/A   Condition: Destroyed   Score: 2/10

Log #53. (105m). First visit 09/06/10. Revisited today for photos. Don,t know why this is missing, it shouldn,t be; its a wooded area. So no trig, grand views of hi-rise council apartment blocks, so low score!

Moor Grange Trigpoint Where the trig should be
Moor Grange views The view back towards Moor Grange
Moor Grange views View towards Horsforth (hi rise flats blocking)

Good condition 2011-03-11 16:43 - TP3058 (Elvington)

FB Number: S8633   Condition: Good   Score: 5/10

Log #52. (12m). Bagged on 10km hike from Grimston Bar cp to Elvington village, via both Trigs. Easy access as noted by Splash, just off Wheldrake Rd & E of lone house. Old fella that lives there told me there was another pillar in a field further down Wheldrake. I,ll investigate that later. Field in grass crop @ pres. We are not far above sea level here, so no views whatsoever.

Elvington Trig The Pillar
Elvington Trig The Flush Bracket

Destroyed 2011-03-11 13:34 - TP3517 (Grimston)

FB Number: N/A   Condition: Destroyed   Score: 2/10

Log #51. (32m). Bagged on 10km hike from Grimston Bar cp to Elvington village, via both Trigs. As noted by Particle, the field has been bulldozed for development. Image shows most probable location of Trig-that-was. See Site Manager at cabins for access permission.

Grimston Trig The depression in foreground is likely spot
Grimston landmarks View WNW x 4 km to York Minster
Grimston landmarks View SSW x 27 km to Eggborough Powerstation

Good condition 2011-03-07 15:47 - TP5499 (Poppleton)

FB Number: S1511   Condition: Good   Score: 5/10

Log #50. (18m). Hey, this is flood country - I,ll be at sea level soon! Arrived here from my hike from Stock Hill Trig and the sun is out and its fab. (oh and a milestone reached... Trig #50) Once again, this country is flat as a pancake, so no views. Field still fallow and dry, as noted by Wanderer. Fence next to trig has been damaged by fellow Triggers, (presumably), so easy to step over. Walked to Poppleton Rail Station for return to Leeds.

Poppleton Trig The Pillar
Poppleton Trig The Flush Bracket
Poppleton people Me, looking overweight & shattered©johnbamforth
Poppleton views The fence damage

Good condition 2011-03-07 12:41 - TP6192 (Stock Hill)

FB Number: S1512   Condition: Good   Score: 5/10

Log #49. (43m). Close on the heels of Wanderer, I too took the Coastliner to Buckles Inn, setting off on a 12.6 km hike via Stock Hill, Askam Bryan, Rufforth Airfield, Knapton Moor to Poppleton Trig and on to Poppleton Rail Station for the journey home. Not much in the way of views in the Vale of York, made worse by this confounded Fog thats been around this region for the past 2 weeks. Couldn,t see any damage to the trig, although it has been pushed slightly off vertical, I guess by a trainee tractor driver from the Agri College.

Stock Hill Trig The Pillar, pushed askew by a tractor?
Stock Hill Trig The Flush Bracket
Stock Hill views Lambing season at the Agri College. HM Prison, Askam Richard, beyond hedge
Stock Hill landmarks The water tower near the Trig

Good condition 2011-03-03 14:43 - TP4630 (Manor Farm)

FB Number: S4741   Condition: Good   Score: 5/10

Log #48. (138m). Bagged while doing 3.6km walk from Manor Farm to Woodkirk Church via Leeds Country Way. Foul visibility day. Found access to be very easy. Accessed the rear through the field gate described by Wanderer, then came back around to go up the driveway and around the last house to access the front of the pillar by the garage. The developer appears to have given consideration to Trig Baggers, as the side of the garage is now blessed with a layer of tarmac, so people can walk right up to it. Its not in anyones garden.

Manor Farm Trig The Pillar, nestled, viewed from the driveway
Manor Farm Trig The Flush Bracket, facing the red shed. Got to it by walking the fields round the back
Manor Farm landmarks The ruins of Howley Hall from back of the trigpoint
Manor Farm views The Barn conversion (looks more like a new build to me). Driveway goes up and round the back

Destroyed 2011-02-23 14:43 - TP4067 (Hunsworth Hill)

FB Number: N/A   Condition: Destroyed   Score: 5/10

Log #47. (196m). Bagged on 6.7 km, 2-trig walk from E Bierley to Birstall, via Hunsworth Hill and Moor Fields. Riding School has expanded to take in the whole side of the road and the the access is now very difficult. The hill is totally fenced off. It is pretty clear where the pillar was sited though. Even in todays low cloud, good views are to be had across the valleys. Emley Moor Mast visible and Castle Hill faintly in the mist. Score for the views

Hunsworth Hill landmarks Emley Moor mast, top missing
Hunsworth Hill landmarks Castle Hill, faint in the fog
Hunsworth Hill trig The grid ref at the highpoint of the brow.
Hunsworth Hill views Guarding the trigpoint, in uniform

Good condition 2011-02-12 15:27 - TP0971 (Baildon Hill)

FB Number: S1801   Condition: Good   Score: 8/10

Log #46. (282m). Bagged on 5 km walk from High Baildon to Shipley Glen via Baildon Common. This Trig & location superb. Fab views 360 degrees. Located Idle Hill and Cottingley Moor trigs thru binocs. Emley Moor at 164 degrees at a distance of 28 km. Good score for this one. Nice sunny winter day.

Baildon Hill trig The Pillar, standin proud & pretty. View NNW at 333 deg. Rombalds Moor at 6km in distance.
Baildon Hill trig The Flush Bracket

Good condition 2011-02-12 14:37 - TP0970 (Baildon Common)

FB Number: S4092   Condition: Good   Score: 7/10

Log #45. (194m). Bagged on 5 km walk from High Baildon to Shipley Glen via here and Baildon Hill. Beautiful day with excellent visibility. This Trig still has originial center plug.

Baildon Common Trig The Pillar, with Hawksworth Moor on horizon
Baildon Common trig The Flush Bracket
Baildon Common trig The Trig Station
Baildon Common landscapes The old Hazel Head Quarry nearby

Destroyed 2011-02-09 15:40 - TP3984 (Holt Lane)

FB Number: N/A   Condition: Destroyed   Score: 4/10

Log #44. (168m). First visit 14/12/09. Revisited today for photo shoot. I calculate the location to have been on fence line behind garage of the private residence at the corner of Holt Lane & Holt Park Rd. Probably removed by the builder or homeowner. Bagged from out & back detour off circular walk through Golden Acre Park.

Holt Lane Trig Probably stood to the right of my ruksack, at the fence-line.
Holt Lane landscapes View to N across Cookridge Hall Golf Course

Good condition 2011-02-03 16:06 - TP2452 (Cottingley Moor)

FB Number: S4089   Condition: Good   Score: 6/10

Log #43. (173m). Leg 4 of a very windy 8 km 4 tig linear walk from Allerton to Cottingley Moor. All downhill now. This one just above the village of Cottingley. Metal plug still in place. Views not as good now compaired with last 3. There is an old gateway in the field wall 46 meters lower down Lee Lane from the entrance to the anglers club. You can trespass diagonally to the trig. The field has been allowed to return to moorland scrub grasses. The farmer is the guy who has the barns still lower down Lee Lane at the access point to a ROW. I spoke to him AFTER I had visited the trig. He seemed OK, but if hes around it might be as well to ask permission. Im sure he,ll give it because I think he saw me approaching the trig from the gateway higher up. I find that most farmers are OK as long as folks arent causing any damage to walls, fences, crops etc. He,s got a fine example of a Landau carriage circa 1800 in the yard there as well.

Cottingley Moor trig The Pillar, set in a field of ankle-breakers!
Cottingley Moor trig The Flush Bracket
Cottingley Moor trig The Spyder

Good condition 2011-02-03 15:21 - TP5145 (Norr Hill)

FB Number: S4088   Condition: Good   Score: 8/10

Log #42. (262m). Leg 3 of a very windy 4 trig, 8km walk from Allerton to Cottingley. (Ive already decided Im cutting out Daisy Hill this trip) This trig outstanding! Perched on the edge of a plateau, with fab views all round over the northerly valleys and Bingley. Baildon Hill Trig visible thru binocs. Struggled to stand rigid here as winds have increased to around 80kph. High score.

Norr Hill Trig Pillar with an outstanding view to the NE. Baildon Moor L horizon, Billing Hill R horizon, Cottingley C L behind wall, and Shipley, R of Trig in valley.
Norr Hill Trig The Flush Bracket. vgc
Norr Hill landscapes Bearing 10 degs to Bingley and Bingley Moor
Norr Hill landmarks Baildon Moor, showing both Mobile Home Parks. Range 5km, bearing 46deg. The woodland of the deep gorge of Shipley Glen in the valley below.

Destroyed 2011-02-03 14:16 - TP3643 (Harrop Edge)

FB Number: N/A   Condition: Destroyed   Score: 4/10

Log #41. (304m). Leg 2 of a very windy 4 trig, 8 km linear walk from Allerton to Cottingley. Windy conditions cut short my plans for a 5-tigger. I cant understand this one. The comments by others referring to a surface block at another location are valid, but I agree with MAC.HAWK. The Grid Ref and WGS84 Aerial photos definitely put the pillar in the middle of what is now the garage at Thread Gold. (Also see peregrinus & John Riley logs). This house is roadside next to the reservoir. I will visit the surface block another day, Battled 70kph wind gusts up here, but the score is for the magnificent views.

Harrop Edge Landscapes View NW to Harden Moor from Back Lane near to Harrop Edge Resr.
Harrop Edge Trig Thread Gold, the house where the trig ISNT! The garage is on the right. (note what looks like a mini-imitation trig pillar L of lamp post.
Harrop Edge views The Harrop Edge Resr on Back Lane, next to the house.

Good condition 2011-02-03 13:45 - TP0817 (Allerton Road)

FB Number: Not logged   Condition: Good   Score: 6/10

Log #40. (277m). Leg 1 of a very windy 4 trig, 8km walk from Allerton to Cottingley. Had intended 5 trigs, but battling the wind wore me to a frazzle. Here at Allerton Rd, the Trig was in better shape than me, with decent views. No stile nearby, and not in my nature to climb over dry stone walls, (Country Code), so didnt get the Flush Bracket.

Allerton Rd Trig The Pillar
Allerton Rd views View N to Bingley Moor (part of Rombalds Moor) from nearby

Good condition 2011-01-31 14:49 - TP6357 (The Bowshaws)

FB Number: S1873   Condition: Good   Score: 7/10

Log #39. (165m). First visit 15-08-09. Bagged while leading a Ramblers circular walk from Golden Acre Park. (Milestone - my first trig, although I cant count it because although I took photos, I accidently deleted them). Revisited today while doing a 6.7 km linear walk from Alwoodley to Bramhope. Took photos this time. Also was spotted by the Farmer who was curious what I was doing, as the pillar is off the ROW. I spent a very pleasant half hour riding round with him in his Land Rover, talking over old times, like us old folk do, while he inspected all his fencing. He,s a lucky guy, as the views of Wharfedale from all over his farm are fab. Today unfortunately, theres this confounded fog so I cant see into the valley. High score tho, as I saw the views the first trip.

The Bowshaws Trig The Pillar
The Bowshaws Trig The Flush Bracket

Good condition 2011-01-28 13:04 - TP6410 (The Nosegay)

FB Number: S4090   Condition: Good   Score: 8/10

Log #38. (151m). Very nicely perched on top of a knoll with good views all round. As reported by others, an abundance of horses here, all wanting their share of Polo mints. Trespass not necessary however, as I approached the farm and got permission, which was given without hesitation. On this lovely sunny but cold day, I took the 760 bus to Park Rd, then walked up Amblers Croft, and up the lane before climbing up to the Trig. I then continued along the lane to the NE and noticed that there used to be a ROW here. There are ancient trods still in place (parts now buried) and the path eventually drops down to a step style to join a ROW thru Dawson Wood, which I followed to join Ainsbury Av. I then followed the FPs all the way around thru Buck Wood to join Buck Mill Lane, where I dropped down to the swing bridge over the canal and the long FB over the River Wharfe to arrive at Otley Rd in Tong Park. A fab walk thru the woods, with good geology and a delightful 5 km walk.

The Nosegay The Pillar
The Nosegay Trig The Flush Bracket
The Nosegay views View WNW to Baildon Hill 4km
The Nosegay views View SW to Idle Hill Resr 2.3km
The Nosegay views View NNE to Otley Chevin 5.5km

Unreachable but visible 2011-01-27 15:08 - TP7278 (Leeds)

FB Number: N/A   Condition: Unreachable but visible   Score: 3/10

Log #37. (154m). By Bus 91. Short walk up Thorpe Rd to gain enough altitude to take a photo. Sited myself for photos roughly where ted took his Apr 2006 photos. Nothing to write home about on this one. No views and can,t reach site. Therefore low score.

OS Office - Pudsey The GPS Beacon - perched on roof

Good condition 2011-01-24 15:00 - TP4825 (Mill Carr Hill)

FB Number: S4201   Condition: Good   Score: 6/10

Log #36. (165m). By Bus 620 to Bierley, then 0.4 km walk to trig site. Had to hop over low barbed wire fence for access, sharing field with horses. Good views to the SE with Emley Moor Mast visible through the haze at 164 degrees and 15.5 km distance. Nice chilly day.

Mill Carr Hill Trig The Pillar. View W with Euroway Trading Estate in valley behind
Mill Carr Hill Trig The Flush Bracket

Slightly damaged 2011-01-18 12:25 - TP3017 (Eccleshill)

FB Number: S4196   Condition: Slightly damaged   Score: 7/10

Log #35. (212m). By bus, then short walk to Trig. Good distance views to the N & NE, each side of the short row of houses on N side of playing field. Close views are all urban.

Eccleshill Trig The Pillar. View NE towards Chevin End C horizon. Otley Chevin ridge from C to extreme R horizon behind house roofs. Range 8km.
Eccleshill Trig The Flush Bracket

Good condition 2011-01-17 15:56 - TP6638 (Tyersal)

FB Number: S4118   Condition: Good   Score: 6/10

Log #34. (185m). Bagged on 4.1 km linear walk from Dick Lane thru very muddy Black Carr Woods to Pudsey. Decent views from the Trig to the East over Bankhouse Bottom.

Tyersal Trig The Pillar. View E-bnd along the track towards Black Carr Woods
Tyersal Trig The Flush Bracket
Tyersal views The view SE over Bankhouse Bottom
Tyersal views The view NE towards Pudsey Waterloo

Slightly damaged 2011-01-11 15:34 - TP6488 (Tingley Hall)

FB Number: S3815   Condition: Slightly damaged   Score: 7/10

Log #33. (148m). Amazing. Good description by MAC.HAWK. The trig has actually been moved about 50m to the NW and about 3m elevation downhill. The trig now sits proudly as a centrepiece to the central garden area for this Executive development. Kudos to the Developers Landscape Architect for this relocation. A lot of chipped areas on the pillar and central plug is missing, but good score for the position of this pillar. (I wonder if the Developer realises how many visitors will show up here over time)?

Tingley Hall Trig The Pillar. View from the SW
Tingley Hall Trig The Pillar. View from SE. Tingley Giratory to L of house.
Tingley Hall Trig Flush Bracket

Good condition 2011-01-09 11:25 - TP6611 (Tunnel How Hill)

FB Number: S3861   Condition: Good   Score: 6/10

Log #32. (144m). Logged on 5.2 km walk from Alwoodley to Headingley through Meanwood Valley. Like others, I failed to find this on first attempt in Dec. Pillar wearing Fuschia colored paint. Nice view to West towards Adel.

Tunnel How Hill Trig The Flush Bracket.
Tunnel How Hill The Pillar. Very Attractive!

Good condition 2011-01-06 12:53 - TP6462 (Thorpe)

FB Number: S3859   Condition: Good   Score: 5/10

Log #31. (116m). Bagged on 4.4 km walk from Thorpe Lane to E Ardsley following the Leeds Country Way. Drizzly weather, so no views. Pillar at side of very busy Thorpe La.

Thorpe Trig The flush bracket
Thorpe Trig Martin Ellis fidgeting©johnbamforth

Good condition 2010-12-31 16:26 - TP0705 (Garforth Cliff)

FB Number: S2573   Condition: Good   Score: 7/10

Log #30. (102m). By car. 50m walk from lane into field behind Garforth Cliff resr. Excellent view over Garforth and beyond. Very difficult photographing FB plate as its up against the fence. Please note the word MONUMENT on the plaque, and the warning that it is an offence to damage it. Why are these plaques not placed on every single Pillar around the UK? Join my crusade to have ALL trigs declared National Monuments with rights of access.

Garforth Cliff Trig The Pillar
Garforth Cliff Trig The Plaque
Garforth Cliff Trig The Flush Bracket

Good condition 2010-12-30 13:20 - TP6148 (Stairfoot Lane)

FB Number: S3862   Condition: Good   Score: 5/10

Log #29. (161m). Bagged on 4.46 km walk from Alwoodley to Meanwood on a very foggy day. Couldnt see anything, even the car that nearly ran me down while I was photographing the Pillar, which is right at the edge of the road. Also planned to bag Tunnel How Hill Trig today, near the end of my walk, but I couldnt find it! Low score for, well - everything!

Stairfoot Lane Trig The Pillar. Note visibility - less than 10 meters
Stairfoot Lane Trig Flush Bracket

Slightly damaged 2010-11-14 14:41 - TP5429 (Peter Lane)

FB Number: S3818   Condition: Slightly damaged   Score: 5/10

Log #28. (95m). Leg 3 of 10.3 km, 3-Trig walk from Gildersome to White Rose Ctr including Hart Hill and Beeston Royds. This one had center plug missing and what looked like a bore hole near the top. Decent views around including a view of the whole roof of the White Rose Centre. Yippee!! Finished my walk with a circumference of the shopping ctr on The White Rose Walk before catching the bus.

Peter Lane Trig Pillar. Damage shown
Peter Lane Trig Flush Bracket. Horribly out of focus

Good condition 2010-11-14 12:35 - TP1132 (Beeston Royds)

FB Number: S3817   Condition: Good   Score: 5/10

Log #27. (113m). Leg 2 of 10.3 km, 3-Trig walk from Gildersome to White Rose Ctr via Hart Hill and Peter Lane. Second attempt to bag this one. Last time was 01 July 2010. Ignoring the prohibition notices this time, I found getting to this trig was bad. Had to climb over a fence that obviously used to be a stile next to trig and then fight thru thorns to get at it. Only view was back up the hill toward Hart Hill. Strangely, there was a hand made camouflaged bench next to the trig. Had lunch sitting on it. Wierd. (The bench that is, not me having lunch!)

Beeston Royds Pillar
Beeston Royds Flush Bracket

Good condition 2010-11-14 11:18 - TP3649 (Hart Hill)

FB Number: S1902   Condition: Good   Score: 7/10

Log #26. (171m). Leg 1 of 10.3 km, 3-Trig walk from Gildersome to White Rose Ctr, via Beeston Royds and Peter Lane. This one perched on hill in middle of field completely surrounded by barbed fence. Great views 360 degrees. Points off for barbed trespass.

Hart Hill Trig Pillar
Hart Hill Trig Flush Bracket

Slightly damaged 2010-10-16 12:25 - TP4930 (Moss Moor)

FB Number: S4487   Condition: Slightly damaged   Score: 8/10

Log #25. (466m). Logged while doing linear 13km walk along Pennine Way from White House pub near Blackstone Edge Resr to Marsden via Willykay Clough. Fab views from here with Jodrell Bank telescope visible in the far distance. Stormy weather today. Centre plug missing from pillar.

Moss Moor Trig Pillar. Daphne (sis) lookin\' shy©johnbamforth
Moss Moor Trig Flush Bracket
Moss Moor views View to Saddleworth Moors. Range 10km @ 153deg
Moss Moor views View SW towards Oldham

Slightly damaged 2010-10-16 10:30 - TP1459 (Blackstone Edge)

FB Number: S4502   Condition: Slightly damaged   Score: 8/10

Log #24. (472m). Logged while doing 13km walk along Pennine Way from the White House pub at Blackstone Edge Resr to Marsden via Willykay Clough. Views spectacular and good geology all around. Inclement weather today. Nice artwork Zak, Chaz & Oakley, you guys will go far!

Blackstone Edge Trig The Pillar. (Dressed in white with Punk Sauce). My sister dressing too. (In green - for the rain)©johnbamforth
Blackstone Edge Trig The Flush Bracket

Slightly damaged 2010-10-13 15:21 - TP1577 (Bramham Moor)

FB Number: S1885   Condition: Slightly damaged   Score: 5/10

Log #23. (60m). Tough access thru a hawthorne hedge. Centre plug missing. Nice view across the Vale of York to the east. Bagged on short linear walk through the Agricultural College between the Hazelwood Castle and Stutton Crossroads

Bramham Moor Trig The Pillar
Bramham Moor Trig The Flush Bracket
Bramham Moor views The view ENE across the Vale of York

Good condition 2010-08-08 12:21 - TP5370 (Pendle Hill)

FB Number: S2161   Condition: Good   Score: 5/10

Log #22. (557m). Bagged on 9 mile figure-8 from Barley to Roughlee along river, then Newchurch-in-Pendle, along Well Head Rd, then up over Driver Heights (377m), down to Upper Ogden Resr then up Boar Clough to trig, returning to Barley via Pendle Way. Hills shrouded in mist, so no views available on this trip. Without the views I could only give this a 5/10. Fab walk nonetheless.

Pendle Hill Is this place cursed?! My sister Daph and pal John (oh, and that doesn't look like dog poo either)!
Pendle Hill The Flush Bracket

Good condition 2010-07-01 13:05 - TP2627 (Crow Nest)

FB Number: S3877   Condition: Good   Score: 7/10

Log #21. (72m). Logged on short linear walk from Crow Nest to Beeston Royds. Nice views of Leeds Soccer Stadium and City beyond. Clear view to Beeston Royds. Pillar clearly visible 5 ft behind security fence. FB# readable with binocs.

Crow Nest Trig The Pillar - nicely secure in compound
Crow Nest Trig The Flush Bracket
Crow Nest landmarks Elland Road - Leeds United soccer stadium
Crow Nest views Beeston Royds Trigpoint located behind mast
Crow Nest views view NE to downtown Leeds

Good condition 2010-06-12 15:30 - TP1347 (Beulah Farm)

FB Number: Not logged   Condition: Good   Score: 2/10

Log #20. (118m). Logged on 6.4km linear walk from Hough Top to here then on to Upper Moor Side. Pillar inaccessible in builders yard. Viewed from sidewalk 3m away. No landscape views.

Beulah Farm The Pillar. Closest I could get this trip

Slightly damaged 2010-06-12 14:21 - TP4038 (Hough Top)

FB Number: S3880   Condition: Slightly damaged   Score: 5/10

Log #19. (130m). Logged on 6.4km trig walk from here to Beulah Farm then Upper Moor Side, via Troydale. Some steep gradients, nice urban views, woodland and farmland. Pillar has missing plug and FB is almost buried.

Hough Top views View NNE towards Bramley. Bramley Resr Comms Tower and Trigpoint Ctr L. Range 1.4km @ 15deg
Hough Top Trig The Flush Bracket
Hough Top Trig The Pillar. Gamble Hill in back

Good condition 2010-06-05 16:20 - TP1361 (Billing Hill)

FB Number: S3875   Condition: Good   Score: 7/10

Log #18. (218m). Logged while doing 2 mile circular trig walk for this and Plane Tree Hill trig. Nice day, great views of Leeds City. A bit hazy for good views to west.

Billing Hill views The view towards Leeds
Billing Hill Trig The Flush Bracket
Billing Hill Trig The Pillar - magnificent!
Billing Hill views Jet2 plane launches from Leeds Bradford Airport sited behind Plane Tree Hill
Billing Hill views Rawdon and across the Airedale Valley

Good condition 2010-06-05 15:55 - TP5471 (Plane Tree Hill)

FB Number: S1818   Condition: Good   Score: 5/10

Log #17. (220m). Logged while doing 2 mile circular trig bagging walk for this and Billing Hill. Nice day, nice clear view from here to The Billing. Too many planes and too many plane spotters ! agh !

Plane Tree Hill The Pillar
Plane Tree Hill The Flush Bracket

Good condition 2010-05-27 12:34 - TP0949 (Back Tor)

FB Number: S2145   Condition: Good   Score: 9/10

Log #16. (538m). Bagged while doing a 19km hike from Fairholmes cp up to the Derwent Moors at Whinstone Lee, then along Derwent Edge past the Wheelstones, Cakes of Bread etc to Back Tor, returning via Lost Lad and down Howden Dean to Howden Resvr, then back past Derwent Resvr to Ladybower. Excellent walk. Exc views from trig, and beautiful day (v.windy by trig). Nice views of Ladybower, Edale Vale, Mam Tor etc. Trig painted white. High marks!

Back Tor The Pillar. Perched on Gritstone outcrop
Back Tor The Flush Bracket
Back Tor Flora & Fauna A hatch of young Grouse with dad in habitat near the trigpoint
Back Tor views View SW towards Loose Hill and Mam Tor. Winnats Pass is the Scar just L of C. Range 10.5km, bearing 216 deg

Good condition 2010-05-24 12:55 - TP7045 (Woodhall Hill)

FB Number: S4194   Condition: Good   Score: 7/10

Log #15. (197m). Bagged this one while doing 13km Calverley Millenium Way. Short detour thru Golf Club cp for access. Trig nicely sited with good views.

Woodhall Hill The Pillar with its Protector
Woodhall Hill The Flush Bracket
Woodhall Hill views Billing Hill on horizon - Range 4.5km, bearing 26 deg

Slightly damaged 2010-05-20 12:30 - TP6152 (Standedge)

FB Number: S4402   Condition: Slightly damaged   Score: 9/10

Log #14. (448m). Bagged this one while doing the Standedge Circuit, an 18km circular walk from the National Trails Try-a-Trail Pennine Way Walks Series. This one starts in Marsden and takes in 7 reservoirs. The day was fabulous, the weather, walk and views from the trig making for a very high score on this one. The trig is slightly damaged around the base. Jodrell Bank large telescope visible to the SW thru binocs - range 24 miles.

Standedge The Flush Bracket
Standedge The Pillar. My sister looks on©johnbamforth
Standedge views Delph nestled in the gully
Standedge views Cattleshaw Upper & Lower Resrs

Good condition 2010-05-17 14:22 - TP1585 (Brandon Hill)

FB Number: S1895   Condition: Good   Score: 3/10

Log #13. (147m). Bagged while doing a 9.0km linear walk from Wikefield Farm (SE321421) along School Lane (Bridleway) through Leeds Golf Centre (Oaks) to Wike Village, then down Forge Lane and Brandon Lane (path) to traverse Wike Ridge, arriving at Brandon Crescent. The trig is accessed through a gate in the SW corner of the field opposite Brandon Lodge. The trig hides in a hedge near the middle of the 2 fields. Continued walking S to Shadwell, past Hall Farm to Bridle Path Rd, crossing Main St and then down field paths (SE339400) to cross Leeds Ring Rd and down through the gorge to Roundhay Park Lake (SE335383). Poor views and poor accessability. However the walk was excellent.

Brandon Hill The Pillar
Brandon Hill The Pillar from the FB side
Brandon Hill The Flush Bracket
Brandon Hill The Trigpoint - approaching from Brandon Hall

Unreachable but visible 2010-05-03 19:55 - TP1579 (Bramley Resr)

FB Number: Not logged   Condition: Unreachable but visible   Score: 6/10

Log #12. (145m). Drove to location, close to home. Short walk to site. Pillar inaccesible, but visible. Good views from reservoir.

Bramley Resr The Pillar. Close as I can get this trip 31-12-10
Bramley Resr views View towards Rombalds Moor at sundown
Bramley Resr landmarks Bramley Baths smokestack ctr frame, Cookridge Comms Tower horizon
Bramley Resr The Pillar. View from the N 31-12-10

Good condition 2010-05-03 19:43 - TP6901 (Whitecote)

FB Number: S3807   Condition: Good   Score: 6/10

Log #11. (104m). Short distance from home. Drove to location. 50 yard walk. Low altitude pillar, but decent views. Lies in front of row of houses.

Whitecote The Flush Bracket
Whitecote The Pillar surveying the road
Whitecote views A sundown view WNW towards Rodley
Whitecote views The view N towards Horsforth

Good condition 2010-04-24 08:57 - TP1708 (Brown Moor)

FB Number: S3879   Condition: Good   Score: 6/10

Log #10. (100m). Hiking 15 km stretch of Leeds Country Way from Scholes to Woodlesford, made detour to trig from Barrowby Lane. Trig tucked between hedge & barbed fence, roar of M1 traffic nearby. Centre plug missing.

Brown Moor The Pillar
Brown Moor The Flush Bracket

Good condition 2010-04-24 08:50 - TP1039 (Barnbow Wood)

FB Number: S3881   Condition: Good   Score: 6/10

Log #9. (97m). Bagged while hiking 15 km from Scholes to Woodlesford on Leeds Country Way. Made detour to trig across field paths and hedgerows. Trig sited in arable field. Good views of urban sprawl across fields.

Barnbow Wood The Pillar - Alone in a field
Barnbow Wood The Plate
Barnbow Wood views The REAL Barnbow Woods
Barnbow Wood views The view N to Scholes

Good condition 2010-04-17 13:05 - TP6449 (Thorner Moor)

FB Number: S1894   Condition: Good   Score: 5/10

Log #8. (110m). Bagged while taking out-and-back detour off the Leeds Country Way, while doing 14 km of the LCW from Bardsey to Scholes. No great views, only fields.

Thorner Moor The Pillar
Thorner Moor Views The view north - desolate
Thorner Moor Views The view E towards Jenny Sober Plantation
Thorner Moor The Flush Bracket

Slightly damaged 2010-03-13 12:15 - TP5983 (Simons Seat)

FB Number: S5294   Condition: Slightly damaged   Score: 8/10

Log #7. (485m). Leg 2 of 16 km x 2 trig circular walk from Cavendish Pavilion via Bolton Park Farm and North Nab Trig Pillar, returning via Howgill and Barden Bridge. Sunny but cold day. Fabulous views.

Simons Seat people Bamforth waving goodbye before jumping off ??!!©johnbamforth
Simons Seat The Pillar - Heavy traffic - John Earnshaw is prop man©johnbamforth

Slightly damaged 2010-03-13 10:00 - TP5167 (North Nab)

FB Number: S5296   Condition: Slightly damaged   Score: 7/10

Log #6. (319m). Leg 1 of 16km x 2 trig circular walk from Cavendish Pavilion via Bolton Park Farm, Simons Seat, Howgill and Barden Bridge. Foggy at North Nab, then sunny but cold day by the time I got to Simons Seat. Nice views thru breaks in the fog.

North Nab Coffee break & check the map©johnbamforth

Damaged 2009-12-11 14:50 - TP3580 (Halton Moor)

FB Number: S3882   Condition: Damaged   Score: 3/10

Log #5. (44m). Bagged this one while doing 9km circular walk titled Temple Newsam & Skelton Lake, from the book Ramblers Leeds - Vol 1 - East of Leeds, walk #25, by Douglas Cossar. Top of pillar damaged with spyder missing. Very little of interest in the way of views. Could have photographed wild youths on bikes, but on second thoughts......

Halton Moor The pillar - damaged
Halton Moor The Flush Bracket

Slightly damaged 2009-11-22 13:55 - TP0704 (Rombalds Moor)

FB Number: 2959   Condition: Slightly damaged   Score: 8/10

Log #4. (402m). Visited while doing a 9.4km walk from Eldwick Bus terminal to Ilkley, via a section of the Dales Way Link path (from Bradford), Dick Hudsons Pub, and The Twelve Apostles stone circle. Pillar slightly corroded from weathering on this bleak moor. Higher score for good views.

Rombalds Moor The Pillar. Forlorn in desolation
Rombalds Moor The Plate
Rombalds Moor views The US Dept of Defence Communications tracking station at Menwith Hill. Range - 14.9km @ 37.4deg.

Good condition 2009-11-20 15:49 - TP0517 (Wetherby)

FB Number: N/A   Condition: Good   Score: 7/10

Log #3. (99m). Reached by car. In centre of junction triangle. Good views across the Wharfe Valley. Almscliff Crag in the distance.

Wetherby FBM The Bench Mark
Wetherby FBM landmarks Finger post next to trigpoint
Wetherby FBM views View WNW to Almscliff Crag. Range 7.4km @ 284.7deg

Destroyed 2009-11-17 14:00 - TP6363 (The Chevin)

FB Number: N/A   Condition: Destroyed   Score: 5/10

Log #2. (282m). 17/11/09. Bagged while hiking the 32km Dales Way Link path from Leeds to Ilkley. Todays stretch of 9.7km from Bramhope to Menston. Trigpoint just off the path, at Beacon Hill. Great views, Score is for views. 04/05/11 - A re-visit today while walking from Guiseley Rail Station to Otley Bus Station. As I suspected my first photos were of the wrong location. Sure enough I found what I believe to be the correct site on this trip. I had made the assumption that the pillar would have been at the highest point, but in fact, as often is the case, the site is below the peak, but not by much. I could see at least 4 other trigs for triangulating purposes from the new site thru the binocs, Billing Hill, Idle Hill Resr, Baildon Hill and Plane Tree. Only one of those pillars is visible with the 250mm lens however.

The Chevin This is the location of my original guess of the former Pillar
The Chevin Trigpoint The Site (C of shot) that I calculated this time. The site is 9 meters S of the fork in the main path above the quarry. There is a definite mound here that could have been the base of a Pillar. View is from the South.
The Chevin trigpoint A closeup view from the E
The Chevin views Billing Hill. Pillar can just be seen at extreme L of ridge. (below white object on distant hill).
The Chevin views Idle Hill Resr. Range 7.6km bearing 207deg.
The Chevin landmarks Almscliff Crag. Range 8km @ 55deg

Good condition 2009-11-17 12:30 - TP1874 (Caley Deer Park)

FB Number: S1872   Condition: Good   Score: 5/10

Log #1. (242m). Visited while hiking the 32km Dales Way Link path from Leeds to Ilkley. Todays stretch of 9.7km from Bramhope to Menston, with a slight detour from path to get here. No views from this trigpoint; surrounded by trees!

Caley Deer Park The Flush Bracket
Caley Deer Park The Pillar

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