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Slightly damaged 2020-05-29 13:42 - TP1115 (Beamsley Beacon)

FB Number: Not logged   Condition: Slightly damaged   Score: 8/10

Finally. Finally. Comeback day, chose to do one of those trigs you feel you should have already done - Beamsley Beacon. Walked up from Ilkley on a beautiful day, March Ghyll reservoir gleaming blue. What an amazing trig to pause at and admire the views around Yorkshire. Special.

Chelker Western View
Wharfedale It's so good to be back

Good condition 2020-03-17 12:52 - TP4065 (Hunsbury Hill)

FB Number: S7331   Condition: Good   Score: 6/10

I didn't want to go to Northampton working today, but the desire to carry on trigging made me strong. And after having my temperature taken at the factory I knew I must be ok. So I parked at the country park car park and set off in search of the trig. It's not a doddle to find, but certainly fun and there's history here too. The key is to locate the bench on the side of an open area adjacent to the main fort site. From here head away from the back of the bench and you should locate this hero. Super condition and a fine original OS cap. My 236th pillar is my first in Northamptonshire. Don't give up folks, don't give in, Triggers always win.

Top You don't always get this standard do you
Hunsbury Hill Reassuring
Location hint Bench just left of centre, photo from near pillar

Good condition 2020-03-14 14:16 - TP4210 (Kilton Forest Farm)

FB Number: Not logged   Condition: Good   Score: 5/10

Dropped Melissa and her friend off at Donny Dome so while they were ice skating I thought I would carry on south for a bit and take out a Bassetlaw trig. Car park available and if you park facing the field the pillar is beyond both football pitches roughly behind the far nets. Busy public space and some lads were playing football so I snook into the field behind for my photos. Exposed plinth and buried in hedge but not a bad spot really.

Worksop Trig Pillar From farmers field behind playing field, footer nets just in shot behind

Good condition 2020-01-29 15:38 - TP4423 (Ling Park)

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

Had an away day Clay Pigeon shooting at Cold Coniston - which was great. Found an easy bag with this one, which you can drive to and park in a lay by next to it. The only downside was Zak and Lisa's campervan in the lay by with me, but we all have our hobbies I suppose. Views to Beamsley Beacon and Rombald's Moor. Pillar in a reasonably good condition.

Ling Park Trig With Ilkley Moor to the South

Destroyed 2020-01-23 18:52 - TP7860 (Chessington Office (OS))

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

Working in Molesey and staying in Twickenham overnight. Dark, so picked this one. Had a walk around, over the rail bridge but of course nothing here now. Interesting to learn about the old OS office and its relocation from Southampton to here for a while. Not here now, modern units are here. Extra point for historical interest.

Chessington OS Office Did some research and found this old photo of the Chessington OS office. No trig visible.

Slightly damaged 2020-01-03 11:58 - TP6036 (Snailsden)

FB Number: S1780   Condition: Slightly damaged   Score: 9/10

Walked up from Holmfirth on a beautiful day. From the minor road at Cook's Study Hill a gate gets you onto the access land and into the Peak National Park. A reasonable track goes over to the lovely Snailsden reservoir (West side). Beyond the res, the track continues faintly then the pillar comes into view to the east. After which a bit of a free for all over the moor. We kept to the tussocks and although wet, not too bad. Once at the pillar, take a moment to soak in the majestic solitude of the Dark Peak, Yorkshire's West and South Nabs are in view. To get back off the Moor we took a line towards Emley Moor mast, keeping the forest in view and arrived back this time at the Eastern side of Snailsden Res. Brilliant.

Start of approach Track leading to Snailsden Reservoir
Dark Peak Showing exposed metal to top of pillar, Holme Moss and West Nab.
Snailsden Triangulation Pillar Given a hug on departure

Good condition 2019-12-04 11:14 - TP4798 (Middle Brunton West Farm)

FB Number: Not logged   Condition: Good   Score: 4/10

Parked in the Park and Ride which was virtually empty and free of charge. Easy to get to Brunton Lane from here and approached from E. Pillar buried in hedge on N side of this lane looking towards the Sage Building. Even in December I had to get down to hands and knees to touch the pillar. Then I saw the gap into the field, never mind. Lots and lots and lots and lots of new houses being built, but hopefully this lane will be protected and the pillar too. Exam next and then home, job done.

Pillar buried in hedge A prickly business
Nice Berries Really nice berries
Looking East down Brunton Lane Taken from near the pillar. Easy access.

Destroyed 2019-12-03 20:52 - TP2967 (East Benton Farm)

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

Staying at the Premier Inn Holystone. Exam tomorrow, so some trig relaxation first. Walked down the road to the roundabout where the Range is. Pillar located, or would have been, on the W side of the roundabout. Not a sign of any remains, but it was dark. Extra point for Xmas tree.

Where is the Farm? Merry Christmas 2019 Trig People.

Destroyed 2019-10-08 16:17 - TP10044 (Paull Holme)

FB Number: Not logged   Condition: Destroyed   Score: 1/10

Parked at the little car park near Paull village on the waterfront and walked down the river bank path. Forced to the minor road by major works to the flood defences. The small hill is easily visible from here, but this pillar was destroyed and replaced.

Humber Strange but beautiful sky

Destroyed 2019-09-28 10:25 - TP6490 (Tinsley Park)

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

Accessed from the Europa Link road via a bridleway which ran between the golf course and the closed Sheffield City Airport. This area is now a nature reserve and is one hell of a confusing place to wander around looking for a destroyed trig. It was once Tinsley Park Colliery. I had a good walk around looking for high ground trying my best to get to the grid reference for any signs of where the pillar could have been. In truth, wherever it was may well have gone back to nature now - inaccessible nature. Roger's photo will (again) have to do us. Nice Saturday morning walk though.

My Best Guess But I can't get in there

Good condition 2019-09-10 13:10 - TP5374 (Penhill)

FB Number: Not logged   Condition: Good   Score: 9/10

September Camp Aysgarth. A sentimental one for me, and a first visit since those 90s days. Anyway...a roughly 16 mile circular from camp via West Burton, Thupton Gill and the Height of Hazely. Found a path running just above the wall shown on the map which ran faithfully round to the rather rotund looking stone pillar. Great views. Only marked down as the view from the Height of Hazely reveals more of Yorkshire's big peaks than the view from Penhill itself. Back via Bolton Hall and Redmire.

Pillar Stone built, plump
Bagger Wensleydale

Remains 2019-09-08 15:47 - TP0788 (Addlebrough)

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

September Camp - Aysgarth. Ascent via Thornton Rust Moor where a ladder stile promotes access to the hill. Way up reasonably obvious from here and becomes a steep pant to reach the summit plateau. Once the fake pillar is achieved the remains are located on a small rocky outcrop WNW. Crags nearby would encourage caution in mist, however today was a beautiful day and gave supreme views. How the National Park approved such professional vandalism in removing this pillar is beyond my comprehension, and I'm not marking Addlebrough down for their crimes. Highly recommend a visit to the Wensleydale crocodile hill.

Addlebrough Trig Remains You may strike me down Darth.....
Addlebrough Crags Looking W towards Wether Fell

Good condition 2019-08-30 10:33 - TP4661 (Market Road Bradwell)

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

Parked in the nearby Co-op. Bought a pasty and headed for the pillar. There is a little path that runs to the S of the road through the trees so no need to walk down the road itself. Easy bag, slightly quirky. Now all I have to do is drive us home!

Trig For Sale Last night I had a dream...I bought a pillar in Great Yarmouth.

Good condition 2019-08-28 10:10 - TP6450 (Thornham)

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

My first summer holiday in Norfolk with Melissa. An overnight in Hunstanton and picked this up en route to Great Yarmouth. You can park next to this trig and bag it, being on a lane just off the A149. It's a nice spot too with views of the sea.

Car Photo This is how close you can park
14 Up for M Yorkshire lass in Norfolk

Good condition 2019-08-18 12:06 - TP4911 (Moor Plantations)

FB Number: S4151   Condition: Good   Score: 7/10

Checked out of the Sandpiper Hotel in Chesterfield and drove over the moor to Rowsley. Parked at the Outlet and walked up via Sheepwalk Wood. Stanton Moor is lovely, has extra interest with its stone circle and Cork stone, but is very popular, so I didn't get to be alone at the trigpoint. The best bit for me was spotting Oker Hill trig where I went yesterday. A lower trig, but one I enjoyed more proving height isn't everything above trig solitude. This one has an exposed base but otherwise good condition.

View down towards Oker Hill trig point 2 days, 2 trigs
Approach Walking up from Cork Stone

Good condition 2019-08-17 16:38 - TP5202 (Oaker Hill)

FB Number: S4141   Condition: Good   Score: 8/10

A little gem of a trig, as so many in the White Peak are. Walked from Matlock and accessed via a gate from SK269615. Permissive access is confirmed on a sign on this gate. Fresh cow pats, but none encountered. Steep, short pull to the top where beautiful views are the reward. Matlock and the Derwent valley amongst others. The pillar itself is in good condition with an original OS cap. Returned via the Derwent. Great little walk.

Oker Hill Trigpoint Looking up the Derwent valley
Oker South View The beautiful White Peak
Approach Keep breathing, keep trigging

Destroyed 2019-08-06 16:07 - TP5813 (Sandy Lane)

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

Not a glamorous one, but a month on from returning from this year's hike and the need to get back in action was growing. Parked in Hindley Tesco Extra and took a longish walk around the parish on a sunny afternoon. Finally passed the target - the white bungalow. People in the garden, but being in work uniform bottled any approach to question. Of minor interest destroyed 1949. That is a long time ago. Estimated height about 63m?

Good condition 2019-07-02 15:15 - TP1566 (Bradwell Moor)

FB Number: Not logged   Condition: Good   Score: 9/10

Day 11 of 13: Anglesey to Holmfirth walk. From Buxton via the Monsal trail and the excellent Limestone Way. A wonderful, peaceful place. South lies the White Peak, North the Dark Peak. The mountains of Wales have vanished into the haze and this is the last (unbagged) trig of this year's adventure. Two days later we reached Holmfirth. We did it! 200 miles from Anglesey to Holmfirth. A special walk, and 4 more special trigs. I love this country.

Starvehouse Mine Trig A welcome seat

Good condition 2019-07-01 10:30 - TP6366 (The Cloud)

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

Day 10 of 13: Anglesey to Holmfirth walk. Wow, what a trigpoint, just perfect. Headed up from Congleton after a night at the Lion and Swan. This is one of the best trigs I have ever visited. The views are amazing. Even more so as we could see the line of our epic walk, right back to Moel Famau and Raw Head trigs. The 360 views are far and wide, with a viewfinder to assist if required. A lovely lady took this collectors edition photo of me and my brother - I can't remember anyone offering to do this before! Off the Cheshire plain then, and to the Peaky via the Dane Valley Way next.

Special Collectors Edition Two Brothers - One Cloud

Good condition 2019-06-28 16:50 - TP5593 (Raw Head)

FB Number: Not logged   Condition: Good   Score: 8/10

Day 7 of 13: Anglesey to Holmfirth walk. From camp at Trevalyn and back in England. Approach via Sandstone Trail from South. Nice trig and nice walk with some steep drops on this part of the trail adding excitement. Onto an interesting camp at the Bickerton Poacher, not a story for this database though...

2nd Trig of the Walk! Rucksack, beer belly.

Slightly damaged 2019-06-26 14:30 - TP0005 (Moel Fammau)

FB Number: 2961   Condition: Slightly damaged   Score: 8/10

Day 5 of 13: Anglesey to Holmfirth Walk. From camp at Bodfari via Penycloddiau, Moel Arthur and Moel Dywyll, some steep climbs! Trig near to Jubilee Tower with a painted rock on it with a message to a former lover saying "Please leave here". So we did. Hopefully later visitors will do so too. Cracking around pillar. Mist down so no views unfortunately. Not marked down for this, but for the busy summit, people who think they can leave litter or let their dog sniff your bag. The car park to the south allows an easy approach for too many people for any solitude. Big thanks to the kind people of Llanarmon who let us stay at their community pub when the extremely rude person at Allt Gymbyd campsite refused to let us camp.

Trig and Jubilee Tower in Mist See the rock I mean on the top, white and green

Good condition 2019-06-05 12:06 - TP4194 (Killingworth)

FB Number: S4161   Condition: Good   Score: 6/10

Finished my first exam in 27 years, but couldn't leave Toon without bagging my first trig in the area. Parked at an Aldi to the S then a pleasant walk up the Wagon Way to the little car park and the trig is opposite side of road. Wow, this TP has it's own patio and little paved path to it! Great to see some respect for the pillar man. No views but the pillar is in good nick, and I will mark up for the patio area it occupies. An easy one, with a little character too.

Killingworth Patio Patio area and road
Killingworth Pillar George Stephenson just out of shot

Good condition 2019-06-02 10:50 - TP5857 (Scrub Lane)

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

Another post Skegness bag with Melissa. Easy road verge parking right next to the pillar. Looked in good condition with original cap. Lovely peaceful and tranquil location in gorgeous Lincolnshire countryside.

Good condition 2019-05-06 12:19 - TP1522 (Bolehill East)

FB Number: S1716   Condition: Good   Score: 6/10

May Day Trig. Parked at Black Rocks car park then up past the Rock which was busy with some people rock climbing. But I was more interested in my own prize....this pillar is on the ROW and pretty easy to find near to a transmitter. Cap missing and one edge of the spider is exposed. Nice views, Carsington Water is just visible as is what I assume is the Crich Memorial.

Bolehill East Pillar Carsington Water far left on horizon
Behind the pillar Showing slight damage and exposed edge of metalwork

Good condition 2019-04-19 14:04 - TP6008 (Skitteridge Wood)

FB Number: S4006   Condition: Good   Score: 5/10

Another Good Friday trig homage. I approached this from the A52 to the N via pleasant field paths. The pillar from this direction is located between the path and the water tower, not easy to spot, but relatively easy to find. A quick David Bellamy impression will get you there. Nice views to the North. Original cap also a bonus.

Approaching from N Trig halfway between water tower and path
Skitteridge Wood TP Original cap on this boy

Good condition 2019-04-09 17:07 - TP5805 (Sandiacre)

FB Number: S1641   Condition: Good   Score: 6/10

Post manager's meeting presentation therapy. Walked up from Sandiacre, over the M1 and onto No Man's Lane. From this direction it's the second layby, conveniently hidden behind a tree. Spent a moment with the pillar, taking my photos and looking at what is a pretty nice view. Ratcliffe on Soar power station, Trent Valley and the Charnwood Forest are all visible, as I believe is Stapleford Hill, a trigpoint I visited a few years ago now. Marked up for the vibe - a nice spot, nice view and the highest point around here. Good therapy indeed.

Trig View Trent Valley
Sandiacre Trig Pillar Therapist and friend

Good condition 2019-04-06 14:09 - TP6474 (Thurstaston Common)

FB Number: S3497   Condition: Good   Score: 7/10

My first visit ever to the Wirral. Here on a junior shark dive at the Blue Planet with Melissa. But first a trig visit. And this one is easy as they come. A car park (busy) and a very short walk to the pillar which is hard to miss on the way up to the viewpoint. Lovely views over the Dee to Wales. Pillar in good condition, with a red hue, standing on a plinth in some gorse with no access issues.

Sharking it Trig Shark
Dee North Wales

Destroyed 2019-03-11 14:13 - TP6623 (Twenty Two Acre)

FB Number: Not logged   Condition: Destroyed   Score: 3/10

Parked at Water Edge Country Park and had a short walk under the Bridge and along the Humber embankment, before taking lanes to the A1077. Nice view from the highpoint here. Accessed the field above the N side of the road but found nothing so walked past the laybys and back through Barton to the car. Gone.

Humber Bridge from "Trig" field The South Bank Show
A1077 laybys Trig was somewhere down here once
No Show Nothing in field on N side of A1077

Good condition 2019-01-04 14:11 - TP4144 (Keelam)

FB Number: S4643   Condition: Good   Score: 8/10

Walked from Mytholmroyd train station, a 900 foot ascent. Approached from South on a trigger's path coming off the Calderdale Way. A lovely South Pennine trig, painted white and sitting on open access moorland. Views limited today due to weather, but Cragg Vale, Stoodley Pike were in view.

Trigger's Path Looking South from pillar, showing a decent path up from Calderdale Way
2019 Version Another year, still trigging

Destroyed 2018-12-27 15:11 - TP4067 (Hunsworth Hill)

FB Number: Not logged   Condition: Destroyed   Score: 3/10

2018 ends, as it began, with a West Yorkshire invisible. Semi rural outskirts south Bradford. Horsey area. I walked SW down Cliff Hollins Lane passing the riding school. One small dog yapped but didn't come over and an alsation was present but behind a fence and didn't really bark. I took my photo from the spot height marked 199 on the bend near the footpath. Pillar likely located in the highest paddock visible from the lane. I don't know why this one would be removed, other paddocks have kept their pillars so a little bit sad really. Marked slightly up for views of Emley Moor, Castle Hill and Pennines.

Trig Paddock Horses Horses and Horses

Good condition 2018-10-30 17:34 - TP5492 (Pond Farm)

FB Number: Not logged   Condition: Good   Score: 3/10

Drove south on the A638 through the Yorkshire frontier of Bawtry on into dark Nottinghamshire. Idle Valley Nature Reserve is well signed and I pulled in, spun around and parked on the footpath area facing back towards the junction. Leaving my side lights on I headed through the darkness to the pillar which is on the N side of the junction at the end of a hedge. I grabbed the pillar and then a second time feeling the top but I knew I had it. No traffic coming out of the side road to worry about, but a bit of a trigger in the headlights of cars on the main road so I didn't hang about or get a picture. Ran back the short distance to the parked car. No Michael Myers on the back seat thankfully and I was off. Easy, even in the dark.

Destroyed 2018-10-11 15:07 - TP1367 (Bilton)

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

Working in Hull today, so another quickie before heading home. I parked at the nearby Asda and took a walk around the Ark Royal estate. The black and white garages of 63-65 were observed. I have since seen Jonglew's useful image below, in any case this one gone to housing mere weeks before my birth. Over 44 years too late then....

Possibly missing 2018-10-03 15:52 - TP4385 (Leads Bridge)

FB Number: Not logged   Condition: Possibly missing   Score: 1/10

So, after the glorious summer excitement of the Bay to Bay Walk and September Camp comes the winter trigging season. Back down to earth in industrial Hull. I parked at the nearby Aldi and did a quick circular picking up the cycle way/footpath off Leads Road. I kept my eye on the security fence but did not see any trig evidence. I took two photos but there is no way into the factory due to security and I strongly agree this has gone to factory. I would log as destroyed but as no one has been into the yard to confirm....probably not worth a job application to BFF Ltd

Cycle Way/Footpath Approach from Leads Road
Trig Vicinity But only saw big pipes

Good condition 2018-09-10 14:35 - TP3579 (Halton Height)

FB Number: S5313   Condition: Good   Score: 9/10

September Camp 2018. Walked from Skyreholme to Barden Bridge, then onto reservoir roads on the Barden Moor access land (no closures for Grouse shooting this year). From the lower reservoir we walked to the Upper Reservoir, abandoning the intention to bag Thorpe Fell trig due to time. So we picked this up on the walk back and I'm so glad we did. The pillar is set on lovely rocky moorland and the views are amazing. Original cap still, although it looks as if someone may have been at it and failed. I could see both Skyreholme Valley and Ilkley at the same time, Billing Hill near Leeds is evident, Chelker Reservoir, Skipton, Bronte country, Pendle, Embsay Crag and on and on.

At Halton Height .with big hands?

Good condition 2018-09-09 17:43 - TP5099 (New Pasture Edge)

FB Number: S5193   Condition: Good   Score: 8/10

September Camp 2018. Tents up at Skyreholme then off, Dales Way to Grassington then Moor Lane up past Yarnbury. Once the tarmac ends access to the moor comes via a gate on the left hand side of the lane, followed by a short rough moor plod. Pillar in good condition, original cap, remains of the string still there on the top. As ever with the Dales, lovely views.

Wharfedale View down Wharfedale to Simons Seat, Ilkley Moor. Shows interlocking spurs of valley.

Good condition 2018-08-27 13:20 - TP1537 (Bottesford)

FB Number: S1751   Condition: Good   Score: 6/10

Pillar number 202 and I finally have one in Leicestershire. That was the aim of my 140 mile round trip today, just sneaking into the north east of the county. Parked at the railway station, over the line and up the bridleway, through a gate and onto the Beacon and the trig pillar. Plastic cap, good condition and surprisingly wide views from this modest height.

Trig, Beacon and Church Looking South down bridleway

Good condition 2018-08-12 10:15 - TP0368 (Baumber)

FB Number: Not logged   Condition: Good   Score: 3/10

A third consecutive year of bagging a trig with Melissa on our way back from Skegness. As others have noted there is a triggers layby on the left just as you turn onto the B1225 off the A158. Then it's just a matter of returning to the A road and the pillar is in the hedge on the N side of the road about 30 yards from the junction. Although you will look a bit strange to the passing traffic there is a good verge to walk on. Dad this isn't normal said Melissa. Neither is spinning upside down on a pendulum ride on the pleasure beach! Pillar quite buried in the hedge but condition appears good with OS plaque intact.

Damaged 2018-07-05 11:30 - TP7930 (Louven Howe Aux 1)

FB Number: NO FB   Condition: Damaged   Score: 10/10

Day 13 of 13: A Bay to Bay Walk. Less than a year after bagging the proper trig (and not knowing about this one!) I was back to bag the "pipe". I hadn't planned for my 200th pillar to be the final new bag of this amazing walk but fate conspired to make it so. What's left is near to the proper trig, easy to spot and pretty badly damaged. So one fifth of the way to the 1000 club which is my life ambition. And another pioneering walk completed later on arrival at Ravenscar and Robin Hood's Bay. Two weeks walking without needing waterproofs, 6 new trigs and a head full of memories.

200 Up and Counting This is how good it feels to be a trig bagger hitting 200 pillars

Damaged 2018-07-04 10:42 - TP4539 (Loose Howe)

FB Number: Not logged   Condition: Damaged   Score: 7/10

Day 12 of 13: A Bay to Bay Walk. Camped at the Lion Inn before leaving the masses following Wainwright to take the Lyke Wake path and solitude. I don't think I bagged this when I did the LWW. Thankfully the springy moor was dry for the short detour from path to pillar. Poor fella is sinking into the ground and quite damaged, but commands one of the highest points of the North York Moors. The moors take on a vast perspective from here, beautiful yet foreboding especially with the current extreme fire risk. Still after a detour to camp at Goathland, journey end now beckons for the Bay to Bay pioneers.

Stay Loose That sinking feeling

Good condition 2018-06-30 11:57 - TP1634 (Brimham Rocks)

FB Number: Not logged   Condition: Good   Score: 8/10

Day 8 of 13: A Bay to Bay Walk. From the campsite the other side of Pateley Bridge, a monster effort to get here before 12. A fantastic place, which suffers for its popularity. If like me, you prefer solitude you'll do well to find it here. Still a good trig with wide views. Onto Markington and eventually Bishop Monkton then, our walk is heading slowly but surely for the white horse of Kilburn.....

On the Rocks Long Hot Summer

Good condition 2018-06-27 16:30 - TP3179 (Firth Fell)

FB Number: S5499   Condition: Good   Score: 10/10

Day 5 of 13: A Bay to Bay walk. A tough day, leaving the legend Chris' campsite at Horton climbing to Churn Milk Hole, skirting Darnbrook Fell then a couple of pints and some food at the delightful Queen's Arms pub at Litton. Firth Fell involved the steepest climb of this walk from Litton and is the summit of the walk also. The remarkable weather this summer goes on and on to such an extent that we could enjoy a coffee at the summit with no one around just marvelling at the amazing Yorkshire Dales views on offer here. The descent to Kettlewell was interesting also, via a limestone chute at Gate Cote Scar.

Summit Coffees Firth Fell
Sunny Side Up Walk Summit just shy of 2000ft
Buckden Pike from trig Just one of the fells on view

Good condition 2018-06-25 18:39 - TP6551 (Tow Scar)

FB Number: S5397   Condition: Good   Score: 10/10

Day 3 of 13: A Bay to Bay Walk. Day 2 had involved a 21 mile monster from Silverdale to just past Kirkby Lonsdale via Hutton Roof, but unfortunately not via Hutton Roof trig. Day 3 was shorter, camping at Meadow Falls W of Ingleton. Bags off, tent up we ventured up the Kingsdale Road. The pillar is not obvious but will be found by following the track over the access land. A super spot with extensive views we spent a summer evening up here with a few stellas (bagged of course) and called my dad to wish him a happy 70th birthday. Unforgettable.

Bay to Bayer Ingleborough Backdrop

Good condition 2018-06-23 11:39 - TP0889 (Arnside Knott)

FB Number: S5406   Condition: Good   Score: 8/10

Day 1 of 13: A Bay to Bay Walk. Dropped off in Arnside, we bagged this pillar on the walk over the Knott towards our camp at Gibraltar Farm. The views from most points on Arnside Knott are worth a ten, but this well maintained trig has views obscured by trees. A good start then, the walk starts proper tomorrow.

Beginnings All ye about to walk bay to bay...

Good condition 2018-05-28 13:57 - TP7130 (Skirlington)

FB Number: 10637   Condition: Good   Score: 9/10

Parked in Skirlington Leisure Park, car park off left after entrance near Arcade building. Wandered through pleasant holiday park, heading for cliffs then S through caravans until open field reached. Pillar located near a mound on cliff top. So pleased to finally bag this one as it's days are surely numbered due to coastal erosion. Still, condition is good for now. Sea fret prevented any view to Bridlington Bay, but had a lovely Dad Daughter day and scoring highly due to location and the fact this hero's days appear to be numbered.

Skirlington Bagger Cliff for now
On the Edge Skirlington Pillar
My approach Skirlington Leisure Park to the North

Good condition 2018-04-29 14:30 - TP5153 (North Cotes)

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

Had been in Brid for the weekend with my daughter, so on the way back took a nice Wolds drive to pick up this roadsider. Just jumped out of the car for a quick bag, shame as the pillar warrants a walk to it really. Great condition, original cap, nicely painted and lovely views of the Yorkshire Wolds.

Destroyed 2018-04-19 13:03 - TP2229 (Clifton)

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

I had a lovely walk after parking at Conisbrough Castle, using Common Lane and then the drive through the golf course. Followed PROWs to the compound. What a shame a primary pillar has been destroyed rather than relocated! Still this is one of my favourite Yorkshire views it really was nice to take in on foot rather than driving S on the M18. There are enough logs on here from trig legends for me to accept the pillar is not in the compound anymore and I did not find it nearby or in Clifton village either. A scorching day in South Yorkshire.

The View Can you see the bumble bee!
Prominent Masts on M18 skyline But the pillar has sadly gone

Good condition 2018-03-14 12:48 - TP4506 (Lockham)

FB Number: S2456   Condition: Good   Score: 7/10

I parked on Seaside Road outside the caravan park and took a pleasant walk down the quiet lanes towards the pillar. There was one van in the car park but no one in it so I had the area to myself for the bag. Super views over the mouth of the Humber and Spurn Point. The pillar is in a fenced field but easily tigged by leaning over the fence. Good condition with original metalwork. Just as I left, amazingly, the police appeared coming down the lane, had a good stare at me but thankfully carried on. I can imagine it now "Touching and taking pictures of concrete pillars, a likely story my son...." Maybe they like to have lunch down here? Great day out on the Yorkshire coast.

Spurn Point, Mouth of the Humber Taken from the embankment near the pillar
Touchable Location of pillar in paddock edge
Showing Pillar top From fence

Slightly damaged 2018-02-22 11:55 - TP1779 (Burnby Wold)

FB Number: S6371   Condition: Slightly damaged   Score: 6/10

I parked near the church in Londesborough and walked around the triangle of quiet lanes to the pillar. It's on the south side of the lane and is leaning to the left with slight damage to the top. Extensive views over the Vale of York, slightly hazy today. On the lane returning to the village at the bottom of Cleaving Coombe there is a bench and a board showing the highlights of this fine Yorkshire panorama, well worth a visit. Made a day of this by visiting Market Weighton for fish and chips and a stroll down the old disused track bed of the Beverley railway line to St Helen's Well, again worth a visit. Great day.

View Fantastic view over Vale of York
Pillar Showing slight damage to top
From the lane Poor little fellow, sinking and leaning, still a hero.

Good condition 2018-02-08 11:42 - TP5926 (Sheepclose Farm)

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

Great drive by candidate, but I made a walk of it after parking at Sheriff Hutton village hall car park, stated private but no issues for me. I walked down North Garth Lane and then up Skegmer Lane to the pillar which is roadside with no access problems and in good condition. Pleasant views towards the Howardian Hills from this modest height. Extra interest nearby is a sailless windmill, also Sheriff Hutton has a castle which is private but can be walked near on a footpath.

Skegmer Lane Looking North from near the pillar, towards the Howardian Hills
Sheepclose Trig The Pillar, roadside, good condition
Location Showing entrance to Sheepclose Farm

Good condition 2018-01-25 11:16 - TP6907 (Whitelane End)

FB Number: S1797   Condition: Good   Score: 6/10

I parked in the nearby Co-op, bought some crisps and set off down White Lane towards the target. The pillar is located on the highest point of some open land and there are no access problems at all. Pillar in good condition, no graffiti present, and is in a lovely pleasant spot with benches nearby and super views over Sheffield towards the Peak District and Derbyshire.

Whitelane End Pillar top towards the Herdings with benches middle right
The open access area Pillar area

Possibly missing 2018-01-11 11:30 - TP1039 (Barnbow Wood)

FB Number: Not logged   Condition: Possibly missing   Score: 2/10

One of the nearest to home that I had never attempted, so once I read the last log I felt devastated to have missed out, but determined to investigate the murder. I approached from the incredibly muddy footpath to the W up a short field boundary and easily into the trig field. Nothing there.....I started looking for if it had been just moved when suddenly shots rang out from Barnbow Wood and I was off. I returned to the path to the W and walked S, over the footbridge to Manston House. Just in the yard before the road, was that the pillar on it's side? Maybe the next visitor could have a look perhaps please? Interesting start to 2018!

Good condition 2017-12-28 15:10 - TP1564 (Bradway)

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

I utilised the Sainsbury's Local car park nearby. It allows 30 minutes parking for customers, so we bought drinks and there is just enough time for a trig visit. There is a gate from the car park which takes you onto the dog walking area, or you can follow a public footpath around the driving range clockwise. The pillar is just off a PROW by a few yards and is in lovely condition although graffiti has begun to senselessly reappear. Well done to the team for clearing the area and looking after the trig. Decent views of the peak district from a nearby bench. That's me done for 2017 folks, here's to another great bagging year in 2018 I hope.

She did ask me what the Pennine's were Melissa looks to the future. And Burbage Moor, Houndkirk Hill, Ox Stone above plantation.
Daughter at the trig Some graffiti has reappeared
Bradway trig pillar Finishes 2017 in style!

Destroyed 2017-12-20 11:55 - TP5952 (Shirecliffe Gunsite)

FB Number: Not logged   Condition: Destroyed   Score: 5/10

As with Wincobank Hill, I felt the need to ascend from the Don so parked at Aldi on the A61. Rutland Road is steep, but eventually a public footpath comes off left and I kept taking the higher paths, the mast is a good guide, keeping a football pitch to my right. Although there was no pillar to be found this is a most interesting area and worth a visit anyway for the gunsite, two areas, and the views over the Sheffield skyline and beyond. Greno Knoll, Birley Edge, Loxley Common all easily visible if you know those trigs. And the Don Valley over Hillsborough. Sheffield has a complex geography which through this hobby I am learning so much more.

Sheffield, South Yorkshire City Skyline
Yorkshire Defence Greno Knoll, centre, Don Valley centre left
Shirecliffe Gunsite The bagging area

Destroyed 2017-12-14 11:45 - TP4699 (Meadow Head)

FB Number: Not logged   Condition: Destroyed   Score: 3/10

Parked at the nearby Morrisons on a slushy morning in South Yorkshire. Followed the estate and took Abbey Brook close in order to find the ginnel. The ginnel leads onto a playing field which I walked around, but I kept thinking of Roger Templeman's photo so I went back to the ginnel and had a look around the trees nearby, of course to no avail. Views on the walk back towards the snowy peak district must get to those Ox Stones soon......

Nothing in here Meadow Head 2017
Meadow Head playing field Ginnel from Abbey Brook Close leads out onto top of slope seen here but no pillar anymore

Destroyed 2017-10-28 09:45 - TP10105 (Loxley Common)

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

Revisit in order to log original destroyed pillar, now replaced. Parking available off Rural Lane to the E then straight up the obvious path up the common. At a crossroads of footpath/bridleway signs bear left, then soon after left again and the existing trig can be found with its own bench nearby. Lots of early morning dog walkers. Where Sheffield starts to rise to its Pennines, all in all a nice spot.

Loxley Seat From the bench next to the trig
Loxley Sheffield View of the City from the walk up
Loxley Staircase On the way up the Common

Good condition 2017-09-12 12:09 - TP4552 (Louven Howe)

FB Number: S4392   Condition: Good   Score: 10/10

Camping in nearby Goathland. So my route was up the Goathland Moor road, across the A169 and down the Foster Howes Rigg. Pillar in good condition with original plug and metalwork intact. Lovely views of the purple moors and the coast, Ravenscar, Robin Hoods Bay. Having only done OS map research I didn't know about the nearby aux, but will deffo return for that if I can one day. Great walking country, if somewhat boggy due to recent rain. Walking back and regrettably going home a day early due to Storm Aileen warnings.

Louven Howe Robin Hood's Bay/Ravenscar in background

Good condition 2017-08-13 10:00 - TP3442 (Gravel Pit Hill)

FB Number: Not logged   Condition: Good   Score: 5/10

On way home from a weekend in Skegness with my daughter. Her 7th trig and second in a week! There is a layby heading W on the S side of the A158 just after Sausthorpe. It isn't advertised until you are almost on top of it, so prepare as you drive up the hill. Once out of the car there is an obvious path taking you behind the layby into the field. Turn left and look for the pillar, which was hidden a bit in the hedge as it is August. Melissa spotted it first and we both managed to battle through and touch the trig. Condition appears good and will hopefully remain so, given the rural location. Nice views S across lovely Lincolnshire.

Moved 2017-08-09 12:45 - TP1480 (Blakehowe)

FB Number: S6329   Condition: Moved   Score: 6/10

Parked at Bempton Cliffs and walked back down the road towards Bempton. Birthday trig with Melissa. Pillar moved but this has made access very easy down a permissive path. Trailer still there and the moved trig survives next to it. Spider exposed, I hope this one lives on. Interest of plenty near by, the fantastic Yorkshire Coast, Bempton Cliffs and its bird population and some interesting RAF stations.

Spider top of Blakehow Pillar Exposed
The Terminator, er bagger Easy access
The One with the Tanker Next to permissive path

Slightly damaged 2017-07-25 16:55 - TP1362 (Billinge)

FB Number: 3514   Condition: Slightly damaged   Score: 7/10

I parked at Bankes Park in Billinge then walked down Beacon Road to its conclusion where a raised concrete path takes you to a small compound. Turn R after the compound and good paths will lead you towards the lump. No fences, open ground, no trespass - easy. A very interesting trig with big views - Liverpool, Manchester, Bolton, Winter Hill, Fiddlers Ferry and more. Top damaged, with metalwork gone. FB intact, note no S prefix. A lovely summer's afternoon and my first Merseyside trig is the county top and a Marilyn! Ace.

Billinge Trig Pillar Looking good, despite the metal theft
Missing presumed sold Damage to top of pillar
Just one of the 360 views If approaching from South keep mast in sight then lump is on your right

Slightly damaged 2017-07-03 12:23 - TP0698 (Black Combe)

FB Number: Not logged   Condition: Slightly damaged   Score: 10/10

Day 9 of 10 A Bowland and Furness walk. Last trig of this year's hike. Black Combe, often seen from St Bees head, or the coastal railway (usually in mist) we had been heading for this all walk, the peninsulas often taking us away and back towards it. One of those chance of a lifetime moments. So pleased to have a fine day to do it. The ascent from Silecroft via a relatively easy path felt akin to rising from the deep blue sea in a virtual hot air balloon. Lovely, lovely views I will never forget. As for the trig itself it is set within a makeshift wind shelter, damage to top, spider exposed but reset in concrete thankfully. Some moron has stolen the OS plaque and some scratching on the spider itself. And why do some goons feel the need to leave litter at the summit? A day to cherish, its a 10 from Len.

Black Combe Taken from the beach near Silecroft
Showing Slight Damage at top, missing plaque Someone's having a good time!
What a view, the sea looks so blue Me thinking Wow!

Good condition 2017-06-28 11:30 - TP6740 (Wards Stone)

FB Number: Not logged   Condition: Good   Score: 8/10

Day 4 of 10 A Bowland and Furness walk. On from Mallowdale Pike. Again, good condition. Third trig of the day, 4th of the walk. Another still to come, although as ever not all planned trigs could be accommodated. Moved on to Caton for the next camp.

Approach from East The hallowed Ward's Stone
On the track with Ward's Stone in background Still a long way to Caton

Good condition 2017-06-28 11:00 - TP0700 (Mallowdale Pike)

FB Number: Not logged   Condition: Good   Score: 8/10

Day 4 of 10 A Bowland and Furness walk. Continuing on from Wolfhole Crag via the aptly named Brown Syke. This is the highest point of the Forest of Bowland. Pillar in good condition, with OS plaque. My 12th Primary so didn't mind the continuing rain. Keep walking...

Bowland Summit Getting wet at the trig

Slightly damaged 2017-06-28 09:00 - TP7018 (Wolfhole Crag)

FB Number: Not logged   Condition: Slightly damaged   Score: 8/10

Day 4 of 10 A Bowland and Furness Walk. I'm really proud of my next 3 logs, this being the first. This walk was devised in the full knowledge that it was not possible to cross the Bowland massif from Slaidburn to Caton without the necessity of a wild camp. The next morning, still alive, a big decision was made to go for it and leave the Hornby Road for the massif at SD652587. Fences and walls can be followed to this summit, but boggy it certainly is, with hundreds of gulls circling overhead, this is one of England's last wilderness areas. I'm logging as slightly damaged as there is some erosion to the base of this pillar now I imagine due to weathering. Onto Ward's then....

Wolfhole Crag from the Hornby Road A boggy ascent
Me, climbing up Nice conditions!
At the pillar Erosion at base in evidence

Good condition 2017-06-26 15:30 - TP5370 (Pendle Hill)

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

Day 2 of 10 A Bowland and Furness Walk. Moving on from camp at Barnoldswick, to arrive 10 miles later at the foot of Pendle Hill. I remember being 11 years old on a school trip bagging this one. 31 years later I was back! This time a bit too old to run straight up the hill though. The views from the summit are exceptional. I could even spot the Emley Moor mast back near home. Pillar in lovely condition too. On to camp at Clitheroe and the nerves of trying to cross the wilderness of Bowland are now building.

Hiker, Bagger, Me The years have been kind
Upside down boat Pendle Hill from above Black Moss Farm

Good condition 2017-05-29 13:30 - TP6638 (Tyersal)

FB Number: Not logged   Condition: Good   Score: 4/10

There is space for one car about 10 yards from the trig, unfortunately for me red van man was in it so I had to approach from the estates, which is not ideal. Pillar directly on right of way though and in good condition for the urban location. Murky day, no views because of that.

Tyersal pillar From start of path on road bend
Trig top Showing silver substance, replacement cap

Destroyed 2017-05-01 13:38 - TP10106 (Millbank)

FB Number: Not logged   Condition: Destroyed   Score: 5/10

Details from visit to existing pillar. Was going to use this entry as reconnaissance but succeeded with the mission so I'm taking the double! Some nearby pictures added for interest.

Calder and Hebble Navigation View E
Canal from Midland Railway Bridge (disused) View W

Good condition 2017-05-01 13:38 - TP4832 (Millbank)

FB Number: Not logged   Condition: Good   Score: 5/10

Parked at Rectory Park then followed Kirklees Way. Found the gate straight after the railway bridge but could not see the pillar. Decided to carry on and turned left at the Canal. Soon down this Millbank Quarries come into view and it is possible to find a way through them and up to the pillar which is indeed in the very corner of the field. Be careful if going this way as trust me the field dash would be easier! As said trig hidden in hedges and hard to spot. Also signs of much partying in the quarries by the natives. Good fun this one.

Pillar Located in hedge and bagged Field Corner, hidden certainly in summer
Pillar spotted from quarry Steep scramble up

Good condition 2017-04-17 14:00 - TP6357 (The Bowshaws)

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

I parked in Golden Acre Park but quickly escaped the Bank Holiday crowds via the Leeds Country Way through Eccup Whin wood then the Dales Way link path. The bag proved easy, the pillar is behind a dry stone wall near the trees on the West side of the wall. It's only a short detour from the ROW and easily seen. Fencing has now gone from near the trig and condition is good, plastic plug, no damage. Worth continuing N over the brow for a fantastic view of Lower Wharfedale, Wharfedale rail viaduct, Almscliffe Crag. Leeds becoming the Dales. This trig also has a pub nearby, had a pint in the beer garden.

The Bowshaws Hares, Kites and Sheep round 'ere
Lower Wharfedale Dales Way Link Path
Almscliffe Crag Centre

Good condition 2017-03-25 10:07 - TP3777 (High Common)

FB Number: S2070   Condition: Good   Score: 6/10

One of those mornings when it is a pleasure to be alive. Bagged this one at last! Lovely spot really, layby for parking, but it took me two goes to do it. N of layby a then N up field edge to a trig that is in good condition original plug. Doncaster doesn't have many trigs. This is lovely.

From north edge of layby Pillar in hedge line
High Common Approach
Tickhill High Common Trig Pillar All Good

Destroyed 2017-03-13 12:52 - TP7116 (Marshall Hill North)

FB Number: Not logged   Condition: Destroyed   Score: 4/10

Walked up from Normanton. Used this as a reconnaissance mission for the surviving trig pillar. So I did a full circular of Marshall (or Plump) Hill. The pillar is not visible from the bridleway to the W but the field is open. The pillar is visible from the lane to the E, a tantalising 100m or so away. Due to crops I didn't go for it today, will wait for a better opportunity, but for my efforts I am claiming the destroyed trig. Decent views of West and South Yorkshire.

Marshall Hill from Bridleway to West Crops growing
View from Marshall Hill N West and South Yorkshire
So near yet so far away I'll be back

Destroyed 2017-02-18 14:46 - TP6958 (Wincobank Hill)

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

Made a climb of it by parking at Meadowhall, then across the Don and a steep climb up Jenkins Road. A paved track runs up to the site of the hill fort and can't be missed, an information board about Wincobank Hill is sited at the entrance. Another board is located at the site of the hill fort and this is the area where I assume the pillar was located. Sadly it is gone and I found no traces. The site is still worth a visit though for historical interest and for the views over Meadowhall and the Don Valley. A little urban oasis, the site deserves a trig what a shame it has gone!

Wincobank Hill Info Board Marks start of path
View from Hill Fort Sheffield
Wincobank Hill Path Why has this trig gone?

Slightly damaged 2017-02-06 14:00 - TP5377 (Penistone Hill)

FB Number: 11900   Condition: Slightly damaged   Score: 7/10

Train to Keighley then walked down to Haworth following Worth Way. Easy access and easy find within Penistone Hill country park. Trig appears slightly sunken and had some cracking. Plastic plug. FB #11900 and FB painted white. Views to Ponden Res, Withins and memories of the Pennine Way. Also Worth Valley, Keighley towards Rombalds. Not going to mention Ovenden Moor. This takes me to over 50% of West Yorkshire's trig pillars - 69 down 68 to go! Which is why I went for a good one, which this is.

11900 Penistone Hill Trig FB
Cheers Celebrating 50% Completion of West Yorkshire Pillars

Good condition 2017-01-24 18:51 - TP0817 (Allerton Road)

FB Number: Not logged   Condition: Good   Score: 5/10

2017 Bagging is go. Good start too, a survivor. Fought my way around the ring road, never driven or been here before but parked easy roadside in Allerton and walked down Allerton Lane trig is just in field, protected by a dry stone wall near a bush. Good news is that it is reachable to tig by leaning over wall a bit. I found this is the dark easily, shame it was dark actually this is quite high looking over the lights of Bradford to the E below. Looked in good condition. One more pillar for half of West Yorkshire (the easy half by the looks)

Destroyed 2016-12-20 14:33 - TP1706 (Brown Hill)

FB Number: Not logged   Condition: Destroyed   Score: 3/10

Parked at Blacksmith's Arms and walked down Wakefield Rd to Ben Booth Lane. From the Lane this is the closest you can get to the former trig site without field hopping. Knowing this has never been found intact I settled for this view of Brown Hill. Hazy weather prevented distant views, but pleasant Kirklees type surroundings, Calder Valley, Emley Moor mast were evident.

Brown Hill Would have been a good trig in its day

Destroyed 2016-12-15 15:30 - TP5526 (Prestwich Resr)

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

I parked in the signed car park at St Mary's Park and walked across to the Prestwich Hills Estate. Interesting old reservoir walls and engraving at entrance to estate, once within I did the circular walk around the estate knowing the one is long gone. No views to speak of just houses, and not a rough estate thankfully.

Slightly damaged 2016-10-28 16:29 - TP2037 (Castle Mound)

FB Number: S4552   Condition: Slightly damaged   Score: 7/10

Lovely trigpoint on the site of Totternhoe Castle's remaining earthworks standing at 526ft. Extensive views, Whipsnade lion, Chiltern Hills, Leighton Buzzard, Vale of Aylesbury, Dunstable Downs. The pillar itself does have a piece missing at the top which exposes one spider arm, there is no cap or plug but otherwise seems to stand and look fine. Nice spot, this is an SSSI and looked after by the NT. Worth a visit from the M1, easy and there's a car park signposted Totternoe Knolls which you should look out for in Totternhoe.

On approach This is why we love it!
Looking at Whipsnade chalk lion Note the slight damage is minor but exposing metalwork
Chilterns Missing cap and damage to top
My goodbye photo Job Done

Slightly damaged 2016-10-14 17:45 - TP1021 (Bardfield End)

FB Number: S2056   Condition: Slightly damaged   Score: 5/10

I'm particularly proud of my efforts to bag this one. Been planning it for ages, knowing I was working in Chelmsford. When it came time was tight, I'd been up since 4 but still drove deep into the Essex countryside in the fading October daylight. Went down the FP near the reddy/purple house near the fire station, nice short walk with country views. Pillar is in ok sort of condition, with slight damage to the top, cracking etc. Os cap intact. 18 hour day but mission accomplished

Top of pillar today OS plug
S2056 always nice to have a pic of the FB
Strike a pose Lichen attached reminded me of Hundhill TP
Easy access Bang on a footpath

Slightly damaged 2016-09-20 12:52 - TP1744 (Buckden Pike)

FB Number: Not logged   Condition: Slightly damaged   Score: 10/10

September Camp Day 3 of 3. What a great end to the holiday. Fantastic walk from Kettlewell up the "Emmerdale" road to Cam Head. Some old school bog hopping to the memorial for the polish airmen then onto the summit. Heroic views from this Yorkshire giant if its clear you can pick out the fells and dales across much of the national park and way way beyond......Big crack runs around the pillar and it has a filled in plug. Descent to Buckden for a couple at the Inn and then down Dales Way back to Kettlewell. 13.5 miles of brilliance.

Buckie Pike Upper Wharfedale

Good condition 2016-09-19 13:00 - TP2383 (Conistone Moor)

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

September Camp Day 2 of 3. Walked from Kettlewell. Took the higher route over Langcliffe which follows a wall with Great Whernside's slopes to the E. Trig has missing plug and is showing signs of its age but has the most marvellous views of Wharfedale and beyond. Quiet and delightful. Returned via Conistone Pie and the Dales Way. 10 miles.

Damaged 2016-09-18 16:59 - TP4811 (Middlesmoor Pasture)

FB Number: S5295   Condition: Damaged   Score: 10/10

September Camp Day 1 of 3. So Kettlewell has a new campsite, used to be a lovely old guy up t'top bless him. Crossed Wharfe on road bridge path avoids road. Climbed towards obvious wall, followed NW pillar easily located. Some damage from weathering, cracking. Some repairs have been attempted, more are required if we can as this is such a fine trig with lovely 360 views across the Dales.

Buckden Pike from trig Soon
FB Number
Pilllar Middlesmoor Pasture Current State Sep 2016

Good condition 2016-08-14 10:30 - TP0850 (Anderby Creek)

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

Bagged on way home after a weekend on the pleasure beach at Skeggy with my daughter. Another one with its own car park, pillar sited in NE corner and unmissable behind the loos. Good condition. Drawback of crowds at this time of day, but who cares what they think. Good facilities and a beach make this interesting. Capped off a great weekend.

Good enthusiam from Melissa Attaining the summit ridge 5mts asl

Good condition 2016-08-10 11:30 - TP0971 (Baildon Hill)

FB Number: Not logged   Condition: Good   Score: 8/10

Took the train to Shipley then a fantastic circular walk via Baildon first. Headed up the track by the golf course to the summit. A great choice for a birthday trig, lovely 360 degree views, Ilkley Moor, Keighley, Bradford, Leeds, Billing Hill. The Aire valley looks quite wooded from up here. Pillar in good condition, for this is a popular place. Lots of flies today for some reason. Headed down past the static caravan park and a nice walk down Shipley Glen past the tramway, Salts Mill and back down the canal. Great weather too.

The Summit Baildon Moor
Final approach Happy Birthday to me
Just one of the 360 views In good weather

Good condition 2016-07-27 16:30 - TP0825 (Alma Field)

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

Returning from a day working in Liverpool. A trig you can find with only your road atlas! If approaching from the S it is the second car park and the trig is visible to your right soon after driving in. Good condition for a busy location, with original plug, FB facing S. No access problems at all. One side is wooded but the views on the other side were unexpectedly fine, West Pennine Moors, South Pennines, Cheshire, the Mersey and the Welsh mountains all visible today. Busy with people enjoying the park on a decent summers day.

Pillar from path into woods Walk forwards from here for the view.

Good condition 2016-06-30 12:00 - TP3422 (Gowbarrow Fell)

FB Number: Not logged   Condition: Good   Score: 8/10

Day 5 of 12 Dent to Boot Walk. From Pooley Bridge via Swinburn's Park. The shooting lodge on the OS map was nowhere to be seen and the map does not show the path to the trig, but believe me you can't really miss it. Easy climb NW from the marked shooting lodge and the trig soon comes into view resting on top of a crag which is easily climbed as we did, or avoided if you wish. Trig seems a bit wonky but in good nick with NT plaque. Views lovely but a popular place. Steepish path down to Dockray for a nice pint then onto Threlkeld via the old coach road. This was to prove my last trig success of this particular adventure, I got 3 out of 6. Bad weather prevented High Seat, Pillar was over ambitious with a tent on your back (needs to be the focus of the day) and Harter Fell, well we had a go from the Dunnerdale Forest and failed on a near vertical ascent - tip ignore the marked OS path from the S and follow Wainwright instead.

Introducing..... at the trig!

Good condition 2016-06-27 12:00 - TP6361 (The Calf)

FB Number: Not logged   Condition: Good   Score: 9/10

Day 2 of 12, Dent to Boot walk. Onwards from Winder, flanking Arant Haw, over the saddle of Rowantree grains and steeply up Brant Fell/Calders. Then the Calf, top of the Howgills comes into view. Great place, great views across the country. The Bowderdale valley and Ravonstonedale for us next, a whole afternoon without seeing either a human or a building. Came across 3 wild ponies.

Good condition 2016-06-27 11:00 - TP6962 (Winder Hill)

FB Number: Not logged   Condition: Good   Score: 8/10

Day 2 of 12 Dent to Boot Walk. All my life I have been wanting to walk in the Howgills, being denied on last year's hike by the weather. I have to say these sleek Silurian fells were worth the wait. Today's route was a full crossing S to N from Holme Open Farm SW of Sedbergh to Ravenstonedale. Decided to approach from the W from Howgill Lane. Quite busy at the trig itself, some German tourists admiring the view. Good condition, some of the red still smeared on the pillar. At last Winder is bagged, next stop the Calf itself, summit of all the Howgills.

Me at the pillar, backpack included My first walk on the Howgills

Good condition 2016-05-30 14:30 - TP5184 (Northorpe)

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

A much better outing than expected. Parked at Thornhill Lees and walked W along the Long Cut from the Calder. Picked up the dismantled railway line which made a pleasant walk, crossing the Calder and running adjacent to Dewsbury Country Park. Came off the line W of Dewsbury Moor after which the pillar played a bit of hide and seek with us. The reality is that there are many more paths than are shown on the OS map. Locating Lakeside equestrian centre was the key after which a track runs W and veers S to the trig. The location was not as expected although there are muck piles I found it a quite oasis amidst the urbanity. Pillar in good condition and can be tigged easily, FB faces the path but was overgrown with nettles. OS plug intact. Best view SSW to Thornhill Edge and E to Dewsbury. My next trig plans are on this year's backpacking adventure beginning end of June - the Howgills and the Lakes.

Conurbation View to Dewsbury
Found it! Location of pillar looking S down track near muck piles
Oasis? No need to bother the farmer
Pillar Condition Good Northorpe Pillar

Good condition 2016-05-02 14:30 - TP6074 (South Nab)

FB Number: S1770   Condition: Good   Score: 8/10

Trig Pillar number 150 and a good pick. I wanted to ascend the nab so parked at Winscar reservoir car park and followed the Barnsley boundary walk then to the pillar, which is in good condition. The rain cleared and the views were great, the monsters of Bleaklow and Black Hill still with residual snow on them, West Nab, Dead Edge and more. I looked for home, some 28 miles back down the A628 and could just make out the now dormant Ferrybridge C framed behind the less than dormant wind farm at Thurlstone. My last pillar was Flamborough, what an astonishing county of variety Yorkshire is, what a fantastic hobby this is too. Next target 200 then...

South Nab from Windle Edge Road The Nab, pillar easily visible at 1500ft
Trig Pillar 150 bagged I love this hobby
S1770 in all its glory One of my best pillar shots yet

Good condition 2016-04-17 13:15 - TP3194 (Flamborough)

FB Number: Not logged   Condition: Good   Score: 7/10

I had taken my 9 year old daughter to Brid for the Saturday/Sunday. The deal was if I went on the fairground rides she would come to the trig at Flamborough Head with me. Many many rides later I got my wish! I parked at the P&D car park and walked back up the road. There is a private sign on a gate near the golf course, but if this is a trespass it's only a very short and very harmless one. I didn't try the gate I just nipped under the fence and the few yards to the trig which is located near to the old tower and is unmissable. VG condition, painted white and well looked after presumably by the golf course. Fantastic area, sea views over the Yorkshire Coast. A great weekend. Picture by Melissa x

Yorkshireman Flamborough trig pillar and tower

Good condition 2016-03-25 13:15 - TP2377 (Conduit)

FB Number: S1845   Condition: Good   Score: 6/10

I guess there are a number of ways to attain this minor summit. I parked in the turn off left after the equestrian centre but before J31. I then walked W back down the B6067 and took the FP opposite the equestrian centre. This ran N through arable fields. The pillar is at the top of the hill and I headed for the smaller mast. Not having a map I perhaps strayed from the ROW and followed a well worn track up the hill. The pillar is sited in a hedgerow facing N towards the turbines. Lovely views of South Yorkshire and the peak district in the distance. Slight damage to one corner of pillar as previously mentioned possibly a hedge trimmer. OS cap intact. A quiet spot and a fine day, what could be better!

Conduit OS Cap intact
Conduit pillar View SW toward Peak District
Location and slight damage Pillar in hedgerow North side, smaller mast closeby

Good condition 2016-03-22 18:00 - TP2627 (Crow Nest)

FB Number: Not logged   Condition: Good   Score: 5/10

Parked at J1 Retail Park. From there you can really see the hill on which the trig sits. Walked up Crow Nest Lane. Once at the school there is a ginnel between the school and the bus turning circle. This runs E of the boundary fence. Once the fence ends and turns W there is a visible track running along the N boundary of the school. Following this you come to the trig, sitting just behind the school boundary fence, tantalisingly! It appears in good condition, although slight graffiti ("sex", really?). Hopefully the school will look after this one. Decent views over Leeds city skyline, Elland Rd stadium. The track continues around the perimeter and could be followed back to Crow nest lane, but I retraced my steps. The area around the boundary appears to be common land, saw one dog walker anyway.

Crown Nest view of Elland Rd Home of Leeds united
Leeds skyline See track to use, bottom right
The Pillar Slight graffiti on pillar

Damaged 2016-02-29 13:16 - TP1388 (Birley Edge)

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

Parked at the Asda superstore in Parsons Cross, although you could park a lot closer on Midhurst Lane S of the pillar and the edge. A fairly urban location. Time was tight so I approached from the south on the PROW. The heras fencing is still there, but today the pillar was not behind it so access was very simple, there is even a nearby bench! Damage is extensive this more resembles the inside of a Dalek than a triangulation pillar. No FB, no spider. Nice views over the Don Valley, Loxley Common, Hillsborough, Sheffield centre. The good news is that the pillar still survives, bag this one while you can!

Birley Edge Dalek The damaged pillar
Birley Edge Pillar Not behind the fence today
Birley Edge View to Hillsborough Pillar left centre, next to prow

Destroyed 2016-02-16 18:15 - TP6261 (Sunny Bank)

FB Number: Not logged   Condition: Destroyed   Score: 1/10

Plenty of nearby superstore parking. Walked back down Old Leeds Rd, then Woodhall Avenue to Gain lane. At this junction is option to investigate the E side of the premises. Walked W down Gain Lane observing the factory that now occupies the site. A small contour line on my OS gives a guess as to the original site, but short of a faceman style blag into the premises or sending Hovis my CV I'm happy to take other TUK members word that it has gone.

Hovis Factory Gain Lane

Destroyed 2016-02-01 14:40 - TP5489 (Pollington)

FB Number: Not logged   Condition: Destroyed   Score: 1/10

Parked at the train station in Snaith, walked back down A645 then Long Lane, over M62, Snaith Rd, Gowdall Lane and onto Heck & Pollington Lane. No footpath on H&P Lane and many many lorries so decided to walk back and drive back down in the car. I don't do drive by trigging, for me I have to get out of the car, but this is a prime contender for a drive by! Just a big hole in the ground remains where the pillar reportedly once was. Uninspiring area.

Good condition 2015-11-20 13:54 - TP0734 (Dumpdon)

FB Number: S1709   Condition: Good   Score: 7/10

Turned a 360 mile journey home from Truro into a 380 mile one bagging this one, my first Devon trig and a primary to boot! I left the A30 at Monkton following some very narrow and muddy lanes to Beacon then to the NT car park located to the E of the hill. Look for the small gap on the W side of the road its not obvious. From the car park there is a gate. Instead of the obvious path shortly after here turn right and you can follow a grassy path to the summit. Trig in good condition, missing cap. Lovely views, interesting hill fort location.

Dumpdon View King of the Fort
NT car park to E of hill Dude where's my car
Devon Debut and a Primary

Destroyed 2015-11-06 14:52 - TP2108 (Champany Hill)

FB Number: Not logged   Condition: Destroyed   Score: 3/10

Walked from Worsbrough Reservoir via Trans Pennine Trail, over M1 then Silkstone Common. Took the tarmac approach from SW marked in green dots on my OS. Compound viewed, no sign of any pillar. Nice views over to Hade Edge, Emley, Wharncliffe.

Compound Champ

Good condition 2015-10-15 16:20 - TP6445 (Thorn Hill)

FB Number: Not logged   Condition: Good   Score: 4/10

Parked just off Lutterworth Road on Meadowside and took a walk around the housing estates. The pillar is on Turnberry Drive and just off the footpath and doesn't appear to be on private property. Tigged it and moved on. Good condition and great to see this has survived. In summary one of the easiest bags ever and an unusual one too, although there are no views. Also a new trig county for me, hello Warwickshire!

Good condition 2015-10-01 11:40 - TP0910 (Askew Hill)

FB Number: S2237   Condition: Good   Score: 6/10

Parked in the signposted car park near the roundabout in the village. Repton must have a very posh school as there were loads of blazers wandering around from lesson to lesson giving the village a scholarly air. Nice church too. Walked down High St, Askew Grove to find Burdett Way. The FP is signed and leads to an overgrown field that was dryish today but won't always be. After that the path goes behind houses to lead to the copse containing the trig. Easy to spot today. Good condition, OS cap, metalwork intact. Nice pleasant rural views, a very easy pillar to visit.

From just off PROW Hello Mr Askew
OS Plug OS Plug
Askew Hill Pillar Good condition

Destroyed 2015-09-22 18:47 - TP1444 (Blacker Hill)

FB Number: Not logged   Condition: Destroyed   Score: 5/10

Parked at Tesco Hoyland and approached through Blacker Hill village. Taking the signed footpath heading E up the bank proved a nightmare. Overgrown is an understatement as I ended up in thick nettles, thorn bushes and god knows what. If approaching this way continue N a short way along the road and there is a farmers gate which you can stride over as it appears everyone else does except me. After climbing the bank I explored the area finding the stones and the derelict information board. Trig not found assume destroyed as other comments. Lovely sunset over the Pennines tonight, timed it well views not bad from here.

Info Board
Stone Circle More Overgrown now Stone Circle
Pennine Sunset Trig gone, views remain
Towards Worsbrough

Good condition 2015-09-09 12:56 - TP4017 (Horcum)

FB Number: Not logged   Condition: Good   Score: 8/10

September Camp 2015: Goathland. Bagged on way home. Convenient car park which is P&D 1. From ROW to West this requires a couple of fence hops which were easy then 100 yards across soggy ground to pillar. No one around. Nice area, another camping season ends on a high.

Good condition 2015-09-07 14:15 - TP4386 (Leaf Howe)

FB Number: Not logged   Condition: Good   Score: 7/10

September Camp 2015: Goathland. Trig 2 of 2 on a 16 mile hike from Goathland. From Simon Howe via Wardle Rigg, Mauley Cross and Low Leaf House (disused). A lovely forest walk with a real sense of being in the middle of nowhere. Trig now in a forest clearing, a digger was working close to the pillar and we got a few strange looks as we walked to the trig but no opposition. Hopefully the Forestry Commission will leave the pillar intact. Return to Goathland via Grundstone Wath (lots of beehives) and Wheeldale Moor and lodge. Classic.

Leaf Howe trig tig Mr Digger man can't stop me

Good condition 2015-09-07 11:34 - TP5982 (Simon Howe)

FB Number: S4370   Condition: Good   Score: 8/10

September Camp 2015 Goathland. First of two trigs on a roughly 16 mile hike from Goathland. Pillar wasn't obvious on approach but then spotted E of large cairn near standing stones. Trig Baggers have forged a small but boggy path to pillar. Missing cap but good condition. Lovely 360 degree views of NY Moors. On into the great forest....

Good condition 2015-08-31 15:20 - TP4360 (Lanshaw Farm)

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

Parked at Norwood Edge car park. Visited Lindley Moor pillar, but unable to bag due to vertigo and wet rocks (I'll be back....with a ladder!). Walked through Stainburn Forest noting the abandoned hut and caravan - like something from a horror film so didn't hang around there. The forest was very soggy. Emerged onto sheep fields near Almias Cliff then SE down minor road to car park carrying on down forest track to successfully bag this one. You can tig it without climbing the barbed wire fence, but if you want to see the FB you will have to get over. Pillar cracked but mostly good condition. Nice area on outskirts of Dales.

Destroyed 2015-07-20 12:52 - TP10108 (Manor Farm)

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

Returned to log TP10108, being a purist. Approached from E this time along B6124 where there is plenty of roadside parking. Nothing to add to previous log really. This time it was daylight but approaching rain foiled the view. Pillar stated as destroyed and under the circumstances of previous comments, I would suggest making the road summit your goal.

Good condition 2015-06-30 13:50 - TP4102 (Ingleborough)

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

Day 9 of 12 Bishop Auckland to Ilkley walk. From camp at Ingleton took what I believe to be the best way up via Crina Bottom. This is hard with a tent on your back in the blistering heat. I've never seen a woman in a bikini on this summit before! Moved rocks from top of pillar, which is in good nick. Apart from the rubbish left by mindless idiots I have to say Ingleborough summit is one of the finest places in England, bold, high, proud and commanding, such fantastic views if you are lucky like we were today. Onto Chris's in Horton then....

Slightly damaged 2015-06-29 13:50 - TP0702 (Little Whernside)

FB Number: Not logged   Condition: Slightly damaged   Score: 10/10

Day 8 of 12 Bishop Auckland to Ilkley Walk. From Dent via Craven Way. Whernside, the King of Yorkshire. Glorious day. Outstanding views too detailed to describe. Pillar on Cumbrian side of county boundary, suffering some damage, hopefully though it will be forever cared for. Escaped the crowds on descent following the boundary wall down a deserted West Fell and the amazing Twisleton with ever changing views of Ingleborough and eventually to Ingleton. Cracking day.

Good condition 2015-06-22 16:52 - TP4268 (Knitsley Fell)

FB Number: Not logged   Condition: Good   Score: 8/10

Bishop Auckland to Ilkley Walk Day 1 of 12. First ever visit to Weardale, what a wonderful untouristy place this is. Mostly following Weardale Way from BA to Holebeck House camp near Wolsingham. Emerged from Black Bank Plantation to see a path leading up to trig. Easy access on open moorland. Trig in good condition, plug missing, green tinge to FB. Wonderful views of lower Weardale.

Weardale Wanderer Me on my holidays

Good condition 2015-05-25 14:40 - TP4577 (Loxley Common)

FB Number: 11505   Condition: Good   Score: 6/10

A trig with a car park, a common to explore and a bench. Parked on Rural Lane to the E. Followed the waymarked "Easy route" W. If you stay on this route, the trig is eventually seen on your left (S) not long after a four way FP/BW sign. A popular dog walking spot, and just as I was excitedly approaching a couple emerged from the trees delaying my concrete appointment somewhat. Eventually alone with the trig inspection revealed a freshly white painted masterpiece, plastic cap. Slight red aerosol mark on FB. No views due to trees.

Slight red mark Loxley Common FB
Nice White masterpiece Loxley Trig

Good condition 2015-05-04 13:41 - TP3425 (Grafton)

FB Number: S2575   Condition: Good   Score: 7/10

A lovely trig in a pleasant spot. Parked in Grafton village near to village green and phone box. Walked E down Thorny Hill Lane, past the entrance to the sports field. Just before Thorny Hill Lane bends N a tarmac lane (no FP signpost) heads SE. I took the first right fork which leads up to a Yorkshire Water compound. Look R for some wooden steps leading up to the pillar. Views NW good. Condition good OS plug intact, plaque on side. A really peaceful spot to find complete with trig pillar, and easy access. Great.

A quiet day in Grafton Park View
The final ascent The Trig
OS Plug The Trig
The View Is that a castle I could see?

Unreachable but visible 2015-04-03 13:49 - TP5595 (Rawmarsh Resr)

FB Number: Not logged   Condition: Unreachable but visible   Score: 3/10

Parked in Victoria Park then walked down A633, turning NW up the road to Upper Haugh. Became excited when, after the cricket field I saw a fence down, this led me onto some common ground S of the small compound. But no, the pillar is imprisoned within the reservoir fence and I could see no easy way to gain access. However, it is visible and appears to be in reasonable condition. A murky day prevented any views. Frustrating, especially on the back of 3 consecutive West Yorkshire invisibles, but at least this one exists still and I've now completed one quarter of South Yorkshire's pillars.

Unreachable but visible
Safely in Prison

Destroyed 2015-03-24 18:31 - TP5843 (Scholes)

FB Number: Not logged   Condition: Destroyed   Score: 1/10

Another West Yorkshire pillar gone to housing, but I'm approaching 50% of all WY pillars now so on we go...Parked at Wyke Asda and walked down Westfield Lane, Whitehall Rd then onto Grasmere Road. Located numbers 9 and 11 Thirlmere Ave then investigated the ginnel and numbers 68/70 Westfield Lane on the other side. No sign of a pillar, no surprises. Was hoping for better views of the Pennines from here.

Destroyed 2015-03-10 19:05 - TP6963 (Windhill)

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

Parked in the Aldi at Shipley and walked back up Leeds Rd. Another pillar destroyed by new housing. Located the house with the double white garage and the Wibsey van outside on Whinney Brow. Bagging a house lacks the satisfaction of a pillar, but I did enjoy the views across Airedale to Baildon Moor and the view up towards a dark, foreboding Idle Hill (yet to bag).

Destroyed 2015-02-17 19:09 - TP4630 (Manor Farm)

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

Parked at Aldi in Batley town centre and made a walk of it. It's a fair climb up Soothill Lane to the summit of the road. Bearing in mind the comments below one has to assume that the pillar has been destroyed, so I made my mission to attain the road summit and return. It was dark, but I assume the views wouldn't be bad towards the Pennines. The masts near Meltham and both Emley Moor mast and Holme Moss transmitters were evident across the conurbation. Also in view, junction 27 and its retail park.

Good condition 2015-02-02 12:11 - TP7105 (York Hill)

FB Number: S7666   Condition: Good   Score: 6/10

I parked at Little Ribston then took a lovely 45 minute stroll down the lane towards Spofforth, then branching right down the bridleway past the sewage works. Pillar easily spotted at this time of year in hedgerow. Good condition, had to move ivy to get FB number. Pleasant rural, arable views, snow spotted on Wolds to the E on return. Didn't see another person on this walk today, most peaceful.

Good condition 2014-12-01 12:30 - TP5750 (Roundabout)

FB Number: S1777   Condition: Good   Score: 6/10

Walked to Featherstone train station, then train to Wakefield Kirkgate and train to Mirfield. Kirklees, near to where the Colne meets the Calder. Walked up Bog Green Lane then easy access to trig up path from North Moor Lane. Two horses were guarding the pillar, we startled the white one which came over but once used to us did not hinder inspection of the pillar, which had an OS plug and a blue painted FB. Too mirky for the views which would have been good over Castle Hill towards West Nab and Black Hill. Returned via Dalton Bank for an easy walk back to Mirfield via the River Colne and the Huddersfield Broad canal. Industry past and present dominates - a most rewarding day.

Good condition 2014-10-30 15:33 - TP0379 (Dunstable Down)

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

Driving home from a job in central London. Parked in NT car park, which is now 3 quid. Trig pillar spotted immediately on turning into the car park. Condition for me is good, although paintwork is beginning to fade again. A busy place, many kites were being flown today. Views were a bit hazy today unfortunately, however pleased to note from other logs that my first trig in Bedfordshire is actually the high point of the county and a primary to boot.

Trig location at CP entrance Good condition? The debate goes on.....

Good condition 2014-10-16 15:56 - TP5674 (Richmond Park)

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

At last, my first London trig! Nipped into Park after a nearby job in Kingston. Unbelievably easy to access and find the pillar is just N of the car park near Pembroke Lodge just follow the path - there are even toilets. Wish I had more time to explore, but this was a smash and grab with nearly 200 miles to drive home. Lots of deer nearby. Good condition, OS plaque.

Hello Deer Trig Pillar top near to road and deer

Destroyed 2014-09-22 13:38 - TP3917 (Hill Top)

FB Number: Not logged   Condition: Destroyed   Score: 1/10

Parked at Overthorpe Park-there is a little car park where you can pretend to be a dog walker. I then walked down the hill, down Overthorpe Road until I located the junction for Hillgarth. According to other logs the trig should have been located near here, but all that appears to be here now is housing. Not wishing to enter the Sandiway Bank cul de sac on foot I picked the car up and drove to the end of the cul de sac to have a quick view at the house with the brown garage as pictured. I have to agree this one has gone.

Good condition 2014-08-25 15:30 - TP3789 (High Hunsley)

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

Approached from Wolds Way to E. From the wooden acorn marker the barbed wire fence is easy to stride over. No one about so nipped down hedgeline to trig about 100 yards on high point of field. Pillar in good condition, with OS plug intact. Had to trample down nettles to view FB. Someone round here must be making a fortune in supplying private signs, but its a simple little trespass. You could access this from the path to the SW without climbing any fences. Got a bit lost in the woods near Drewton manor returning to South Cave, but mission accomplished Mr Drewton Sir.

Damaged 2014-08-25 14:10 - TP0709 (Cave Wold)

FB Number: Not logged   Condition: Damaged   Score: 7/10

First trig since Pennine Way and the first of two today on a 10 mile circular from South Cave. Free parking is available in the village and signposted. Walked down Beverley road then up onto the Wold. Pillar is directly on the footpath and unmissable. Terrible damage and in need of some TLC. No S on FB number and unusual clips found on side of pillar. Spider exposed. I really enjoyed the views of the Humber and the bridge, not seen the estuary from this height before. The view to the West reminded me of many many drives home from Bridlington, a small height giving a vast view across the southern end of the Vale of York.

Damaged 2014-07-03 18:00 - TP6152 (Standedge)

FB Number: Not logged   Condition: Damaged   Score: 7/10

Pennine Way Day 15 of 17. My last new log of the PW as I have previously logged both Black Hill and Kinder Low. Millstone Edge - pillar is damaged probably due to exposure to the elements. Windy today. A nervy walk down to A62 was to follow and a camp at the Carriage House. Back to reality then soon....

Damaged 2014-07-03 16:30 - TP4930 (Moss Moor)

FB Number: Not logged   Condition: Damaged   Score: 8/10

Pennine Way Day 15 of 17. My favourite of the 3 pillars bagged today. Directly on path and a certain air of calm all around. Pillar appears to have been repaired a few times with concrete, but is not in the best condition bless it.

Good condition 2014-07-03 14:30 - TP1459 (Blackstone Edge)

FB Number: Not logged   Condition: Good   Score: 7/10

Pennine Way Day 15 of 17. A windy day on the Edge. Pillar located on a large rock, looks like recently had a coat of white paint. Views across Manchester.

Good condition 2014-07-01 16:30 - TP3054 (Elslack Moor)

FB Number: Not logged   Condition: Good   Score: 9/10

Pennine Way Day 13 of 17. Increasingly getting an end of the road feeling now, Dales behind us. Feeling tempered by this magnificent trig point, Pinhaw Beacon, with its wonderful 360 views among them Pen y Ghent still visible, southern Dales, Pendle Hill. Condition good, but some graffiti I'm afraid. I mean, I very much doubt if Dr Dre has been here for example.

Good condition 2014-06-30 11:45 - TP5414 (Pen-Y-Ghent)

FB Number: Not logged   Condition: Good   Score: 9/10

Pennine Way Day 12 of 17. This was the first hill I ever climbed, the one that got me into it. I've been up here many times since, this is my first time since logging on here, a good one as I'm on the PW. First time I've climbed it from the north route. As a proud Yorkshireman it's hard to mark down - only the crowds and the unforgivable summit litter bring it down. Climbing down the nose with a big rucksack was fun!

Good condition 2014-06-28 16:00 - TP3468 (Great Shunner Fell)

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

Pennine Way Day 10 of 17. Great Shunner has always been one of my favourite Dales fells and this visit on the Way up from Thwaite was no different. The pillar forms part of the wind shelter and it took me a while to notice that as I was looking for a concrete one! Foolishness over and time to look at those views and fantastic panoramic views for the northern Dales they are too. Good to have the place to ourselves too, nice and quiet. Unlike Hawes as we were about to find out, but that's another story.

Good condition 2014-06-25 14:00 - TP0695 (Cross Fell)

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

Pennine Way Day 7 of 17. Cross Fell, King of the Pennines, a real monster of a fell. Seriously, you need to pick a clear day for this one as I had today. The view made me feel as if I was in an aeroplane high above the Eden Valley. 360 views. A new shelter was being built by some wallers today, so the strange noise of their radio could be heard on the summit. You can see this fell from as far and wide as Fountains Fell to the Cheviot.

Good condition 2014-06-22 17:15 - TP7000 (Winshields)

FB Number: Not logged   Condition: Good   Score: 8/10

Pennine Way Day 4 of 17. Highest point on Hadrian's Wall and great views, although a popular spot. We had hoped to make it to Greenhead, but I'm glad we camped at Winshields farm, a super campsite for walkers. Having both suffered dog bites at Shitlington Hall Farm earlier in the day no wonder.

Good condition 2014-06-20 15:00 - TP4326 (Lamb Hill)

FB Number: Not logged   Condition: Good   Score: 7/10

Pennine Way Day 2 of 17. Fourth and final trig of the day. Once again a nip over the border fence into Scotland was required, but pillar very near to path. Great views once again tempered somewhat by the fact that our water was running very low with miles in the sun still to walk. Lesson? Never ever carry more beer than water. Lived to tell the tale though and after quenching thirsts at Colin's in Byrness a lovely cider was to follow.

Good condition 2014-06-20 12:00 - TP6988 (Windy Gyle)

FB Number: Not logged   Condition: Good   Score: 8/10

Pennine Way Day 2 of 17. Great trig, good condition. Felt like the moment when the Cheviot traverse was about half done.

Good condition 2014-06-20 10:30 - TP4224 (Kings Seat)

FB Number: Not logged   Condition: Good   Score: 8/10

Pennine Way Day 2 of 17. Great location between The Cheviot and Windy Gyle. Involved an easy border fence hop back into Scotland, but in effect virtually on the path. In good condition, a great trig. Incredulous as others were spotted marching straight past the pillar without bagging it, how strange.....

Slightly damaged 2014-06-20 09:02 - TP2152 (Cheviot)

FB Number: Not logged   Condition: Slightly damaged   Score: 7/10

Pennine Way Day 2 of 17. Set off carrying too much beer so wild camped outside Auchope hut and drank it all. Leaving 23 miles to walk to Byrness today, so credit to us for bagging the Cheviot Summit - many others leave it out - which I don't understand. Trig is perched on a plinth and is slightly damaged. Views slightly restricted by the summit massif, however I rate them and for me its worth the effort, especially as this becomes my highest trig bag for now at least.

Good condition 2014-05-20 18:50 - TP0970 (Baildon Common)

FB Number: Not logged   Condition: Good   Score: 7/10

Very easy bag. The trig has its own car park, even if busy with people doing all variety of other activities. The trig itself has a recent coat of white paint, with OS plug intact and is in excellent condition. The views are grand and I could see other trig points from here, The Billing, Idle Hill, Rombalds Moor, Baildon Moor, down the Aire Valley to the buildings of Leeds, Ferrybridge. It was busy, but I had the trig to myself. If this is my last bag until the Pennine Way then it was fitting.....

Good condition 2014-04-18 14:33 - TP6311 (Tandle Hill)

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

Holiday Friday, decided to give my new trigmobile Astra a run over the Pennines on a sunny day. Easy to find country park in Royton. Today it was very popular, although a lovely spot I had to share the trig with many others. Located through the woods from the car park near to a war memorial. Missing plug filled with litter, but no graffiti and good views of the Pennines, Manchester and the mountains of N Wales if clear. Shame about that huge wind farm, maybe that could be used to power my scalextric while ruining the view. Will look for this point when hopefully on the Pennine Way this summer from Blackstone Edge.

Destroyed 2014-02-18 18:36 - TP5111 (Newhall)

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

Another winter invisible. Plenty of parking available, I chose Morrisons down Mayo Avenue. Walked back up to roundabout at end of 606 for a view of where the trig would have been according to other logs. Unable to get closer due to motorway regulations. Dark so no views. Roll on summer and the mountains and fells, but trigbagging is nothing if not a varied hobby. This may have been a better place once....

Moved 2014-01-21 18:25 - TP6488 (Tingley Hall)

FB Number: Not logged   Condition: Moved   Score: 5/10

Second attempt at this one as, like others, I had wasted time in the estates to the south that don't join on. This time, with better research, success! I had intended to park at the White Bear pub on Tingley roundabout, but this appeared closed down although it has been a pub for as long as I can remember. Parking was available just off the A650 near where the white railings begin there is a semi circular area near a small war memorial. Walked down the road that is perpendicular to the A650 heading W, found Tingley Hall Rise and followed to the trig garden. Truly unusual, this trig must have been trickier in its day, but access is now straightforward. Only downside is a feeling of being watched a little by the new houses. Trig in good condition, no graffiti as yet. An easy bag.

Destroyed 2014-01-14 18:39 - TP6664 (Upper Moor Side)

FB Number: Not logged   Condition: Destroyed   Score: 3/10

Parked at the Woodcock Inn. Walked back down Whitehall Rd with views of Leeds city centre lights. Turned down Wolley Ave then returned via Low Moor Side Lane. Viewed barns as shown on these pictures. There is a triangular cut tree near the barn, a kind of trig if you like but i did not see anything and conclude as others that this trig has gone. More info would be good, short of daring to ask at the farm.

Good condition 2013-12-16 11:00 - TP3761 (Hickleton Spring)

FB Number: S1744   Condition: Good   Score: 5/10

Parked in Hickleton outside the village hall on the triangle. Approached via Red Hill Lane. Where the public footpath for Bilham House Farm leaves the road we climbed a red gate giving access to the golf course (14th tee). It is then possible to either follow the field edge or the edge of the golf course towards the trig. We went for the golf course, stay close to the edge cross the 7th tee and follow the 6th from green to tee. Trig pillar is at the edge of the wood behind the 6th tee. Encountered some hardy golfers but no one challenged us. Trig in vgc, os marked plug intact, one clip broken. Had been scared of this one for over three years, but in reality access was fine. My 100th pillar!!

Destroyed 2013-11-04 16:30 - TP6147 (Staincross Reservoir)

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

Even if this trig had not been destroyed it would be inaccessible. Even the reservoir compound itself is a bit like Fort Knox. I parked on Staincross Common and had a walk round Moorland Avenue where you can see the compound between some of the houses. I then went onto Lane Head Rise, where you can go up to the compound fence. Moving onto New Road revealed the wasteland mentioned in previous logs to be a building plot for new housing. There is a public footpath from New Road which leads to the E of the woodland SE of the compound, but the woodland proved unwelcoming and very overgrown. Pretty unsatisfying all in all, although the views both East and West (over the Dearne valley) aren't bad when you can get them.

Good condition 2013-10-15 14:18 - TP1844 (Caerphilly Common)

FB Number: Not logged   Condition: Good   Score: 7/10

Easy parking at the mountain cafe. Lovely sunny day meant great views. Only a few minutes easy walk from the cafe, just cross the road and head for the high ground to see it. Busy with dog walkers, lovers, skivers etc. Could only tig the pillar as I didn't want to disturb the lady sat on the exposed base who seemed to be doing a sketch. Condition appeared good at quick glance, and I did make a couple of taps as I walked past on the path. Biblical inscription on nearby stone. Great view of castle and estuary and much more. First Welsh trig bagged.

Good condition 2013-09-16 14:30 - TP5783 (Rye Loaf)

FB Number: S5231   Condition: Good   Score: 8/10

2nd trig of a two night camp at Gordale. Circular 10 miler via Mastiles Lane, Malham Tarn, Langscar Gate, Nappa Cross, trig and back to Malham. Accessed via a gate in a wall corner NNE of the pillar. The gate was not locked. A wall can be followed which we did for a short while before bearing straight up for the trig. It looked boggy but wasn't. Shame for the driving rain, wind and lack of views as I am sure the view would have been awesome. OS plug intact, pillar in good condition. And so ends another camping season.

Good condition 2013-09-15 17:30 - TP6433 (The Weets)

FB Number: S5563   Condition: Good   Score: 10/10

Camping at Gordale for two nights in some testing weather. Fortunately, the rain cleared for this one which was only a short walk from camp up Hawthorns Lane then off SE along the bridleway which runs virtually to the trig. Plug missing but condition good. Really really good 360 view and away from the endless tourists of the cove and scar. Classic.

Good condition 2013-08-29 12:58 - TP3737 (Hensbarrow)

FB Number: S1736   Condition: Good   Score: 6/10

Dedication and good research brought me my first Cornish trig today. Faced with a 360 mile drive home from Truro I had researched the site and decided to have a pop at this one. Armed only with my road atlas and memory from other logs I have read, so thanks guys. The minor road from Carthew is found near a pub. The car park is located near to the large masts. A path is easily found heading E from the car park. Today it was a bit spikey and overgrown and the trig took a while to be spotted in this landscape but it is on the ancient mound coming into view as you follow the path, about 400 yards or so. Plug missing but the pillar did not seem particularly damaged, just surviving miraculously among this devastated landscape. I would agree with others, there is something quirky and surreal about this one, an enjoyable visit made even better by the fact that I could see both north and south coasts of Cornwall from this Primary. Did I pretend to be the Doctor - maybe. Did I see a Dalek? No, but they may have seen me.....

Good condition 2013-08-15 12:20 - TP6422 (The Roaches)

FB Number: S2598   Condition: Good   Score: 8/10

Third and final trig of my holiday week. Obviously a classic and very popular area. Lovely walk up, parked on a layby near Hen Clouds then walked along the ridge. A clear day so I could see the mountains of North Wales. Missing plug, fading white paint on the pillar.

Good condition 2013-08-13 17:16 - TP7019 (Wolfscote Hill)

FB Number: S4187   Condition: Good   Score: 8/10

My absolute favourite of the three trigs bagged this holiday week. Walked from Hartington (easy parking, lovely village) up Beresford Dale crossing and re-crossing the lovely Dove. The trig is located on NT access land, but i found "access" barred by a barbed wire fence meaning me and my dad had to walk to the end of the minor road until we found a small permissive access plaque on a gate near The Whim. The gate was padlocked so we had to climb over it. A short steep climb lead to another locked gate which had to be climbed over. So much for access land. But this is why I loved this trig! Tricky to get to, unpopulated and a truly amazing viewpoint. I truly recommend this one.

Slightly damaged 2013-08-11 16:33 - TP3018 (Ecton Hill)

FB Number: S2765   Condition: Slightly damaged   Score: 7/10

The first of 3 trigs bagged while on a family holiday staying at Paddock House farm. You could see this one from my bedroom window. My first Staffordshire trig. Walked up the path from the farm, short but steep and past the old workings. On arrival at the trig I found a pick axe wedged under one of the clips and there was some slight damage to the top of the pillar - vandalism? OS plug intact and decent views. Decided to keep the pick axe, whatever its story - a man needs tools.

Slightly damaged 2013-06-21 13:00 - TP5129 (Nine Standards Rigg)

FB Number: Not logged   Condition: Slightly damaged   Score: 9/10

C2C. Approached from Ravenseat. Have always loved this place, right on the county boundary. Flush bracket is missing, wonder who has nicked it? Highest trig since I began logging on here, I doubt things will stay that way for long.

Good condition 2013-06-17 15:30 - TP0886 (Arncliffe Wood)

FB Number: Not logged   Condition: Good   Score: 7/10

C2C. A significant place being on both the LWW and C2C not to mention that it really marks entrance and exit point to the North York Moors. In 2013 however it meant a wall climb with barbed wire perils, although once over the trig is just there to bag.

Good condition 2013-06-17 12:00 - TP6927 (Whorlton Moor)

FB Number: Not logged   Condition: Good   Score: 7/10

C2C. I've always known this place as Carlton Bank, the views and the walking around are excellent. The only down side was the new wind farm on the Cleveland Plain - because the view before was even better.

Good condition 2013-06-16 21:30 - TP0697 (Botton Head)

FB Number: 2988   Condition: Good   Score: 10/10

Urra Moor, the highest point of the north york moors. On the coast to coast walk, and in a trigpointing first we wild camped right on the summit. Amazingly, you can get two small hiking tents up as the trig is surrounded by a grassy mound. What a feeling at nightfall, with our take outs from the Lion Inn, looking down on the lights of teesside, it really doesn't get much better than this.

Good condition 2013-06-16 12:30 - TP3365 (Glaisdale Rigg)

FB Number: S4386   Condition: Good   Score: 9/10

C2C Day2. Easy walking from Grosmont. Easy to find roadside trig. My only surprise was other walkers not even calling at the trig - wow! Great views and a great place too.

Good condition 2013-06-15 16:51 - TP6017 (Sleights Moor)

FB Number: S4395   Condition: Good   Score: 8/10

C2C Day 1. Approaching from the E the pillar is not immediately visible. It's actually slightly behind one of the mounds topping the moor. Good condition and great views to Whitby and the coast. Plug missing, looked smashed in.

Good condition 2013-06-14 21:07 - TP0130 (Ravenscar)

FB Number: S1521   Condition: Good   Score: 8/10

Camping at Robin Hoods Bay the evening before my 4th Coast to Coast walk. Decided we would have a walk up to bag this one via the disused railway line and Stoupe Brow. No problem at all with access by foot and you can even park nearby. Easy to find. Condition good with superb views of the Bay.

Good condition 2013-02-25 14:07 - TP5142 (Norland Moor)

FB Number: S4334   Condition: Good   Score: 7/10

Metro Dayrover Fitzwilliam to Leeds, then onto Sowerby Bridge. Walked down old railway bed to Ripponden as far as possible. From Ripponden took Calderdale Way onto Norland Moor. Trig easy enough to find, painted totally white including FB and plug. Lots of dog walkers. Good views even on a dull day like today up Calderdale and onto surrounding tops. Biting Feb wind made lunch on the adjacent bench a short one.

Destroyed 2013-01-22 18:45 - TP2478 (Crab Trees)

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

Its dark, its been snowing. A good choice for my 51st West Yorkshire pillar even if destroyed. Utilised Morrisons car park and walked up via Jeremy Lane, Dale Lane and appropriately Crabtree Ave. 12 Priestley Ave is easy to find, thanks to the photos and notes here. Didn't call in for tea though. Higher land of Popeley Fields nearby could give better views.

Good condition 2012-12-10 14:33 - TP1874 (Caley Deer Park)

FB Number: S1872   Condition: Good   Score: 6/10

Continued to here from The Chevin, the destroyed pillar there firing me up to visit this one. A very easy find, on a higher track than the Dales Way link path. Pillar in good condition in a clearing in the wood, a nice spot.

Destroyed 2012-12-10 13:45 - TP6363 (The Chevin)

FB Number: Not logged   Condition: Destroyed   Score: 7/10

Walked up from Otley, explored old trackbed of long gone rail line near to the town, then began a very fine walk of The Chevin ridge. Shame about the missing pillar but the views are really good from here, there is a nearby viewfinder pointing out some local landmarks.

Destroyed 2012-12-07 14:15 - TP3984 (Holt Lane)

FB Number: Not logged   Condition: Destroyed   Score: 4/10

Easy to find the location where the pillar was, helpful photo of white fence from JB was useful. Parked in nearby Asda and walked down Holt Park Rd to junction of Holt Lane, fence can be seen just W of Holt Farm. Map was also interesting as posted by Ted, this area must have been undeveloped at some point. No sign of trig although it would have likely been on or near the white fence on the high point of land on Holt Lane. Nice area, north Leeds and some views of Lower Wharfedale from here. Look out for bad golfers though! Would have made a longer walk if it wasn't so muddy, me being in my work shoes and all.

Destroyed 2012-09-22 13:49 - TP10070 (Castle Hill Sandal Magna)

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

Revisit. Walked from Castle down to Pugneys and around the lake before returning to climb to the top of the castle remains. Nothing remaining of trig pillar anywhere that I can see.

Slightly damaged 2012-09-17 14:20 - TP2007 (Carron Crag)

FB Number: Not logged   Condition: Slightly damaged   Score: 10/10

Camping in Coniston, so able to walk from the tent. Not as hard to find as the map suggested, although the compass was useful. The views from this trigpoint were fantastic, a real 360 view to linger over. Slight weathering to top of pillar, nothing serious. Concrete plug. Nice FB number painted yellow numbers.

Slightly damaged 2012-08-27 14:05 - TP6166 (Stapleford Hill)

FB Number: S4668   Condition: Slightly damaged   Score: 5/10

A rare spare day for me, so decided to clear up the anomoly that this is log 81 and my first in notts. Easy parking at Bramcote Park where ice creams and a fun fair were taking place. Cross straight over Coventry Lane into the Hemlock Stone open access area. Pass the interesting stone that is the Hemlock and keep heading uphill to find the trig. It's easy. Reasonable views E and S. Trig itself is slightly damaged at the top. One side has been sprayed an aqua colour and there is some graffiti. Plug is missing and there were sticks pushed into the opening. Also one of the three metal clips at the top was missing. Another county now bagged.

Good condition 2012-08-06 13:00 - TP6390 (The Herdings)

FB Number: Not logged   Condition: Good   Score: 4/10

Not been to this bit of Sheffield before, but it is a trig you can drive up close to, being just off the ring road. No problems with access, trig is at the top of a grassy bank in front of the blue tower. White paint still ok, OS marked metal cap. Good view of Sheffield city centre from the nearby bus layby, trees prevented this view from the pillar today.

Good condition 2012-07-03 15:20 - TP4803 (Middle Hope)

FB Number: Not logged   Condition: Good   Score: 7/10

I was on my way home from business in Taunton and this was a good choice, easy to find from the M5 following the signs to Sand Bay. Free NT car park, although somewhat full of puddles and no ice cream man today. Short walk to trig, v easy to find. My regret is that this must be awesome when the weather is clearer, but that's all part of the game I guess. Trig in good condition, nice spot to let the mind wander...

Good condition 2012-05-23 15:52 - TP6819 (West Nab)

FB Number: Not logged   Condition: Good   Score: 9/10

Day 3 Ackworth to West Nab walk. A worthy target too as the aim had been to walk from my front door to this trig, the high point of West Yorkshire. Approached from Meltham along the N side of Royd Edge. Bit of road walking then the permissive path from the E. On a glorious day the only spoiler was the heat haze which restricted the views from most excellent to just, well excellent. This trig has been on my hit list for so long, and it didn't disappoint. All I have to do now is turn around and walk home again!

Good condition 2012-05-23 12:25 - TP7020 (Wolfstones Height)

FB Number: Not logged   Condition: Good   Score: 8/10

Day 3 Ackworth to West Nab walk. Approached from Holmfirth via Hill Lane and Upperthong on a glorious day. While resting near to New Close farm we got chatting to the guy living there. Enquiring if it was ok to visit the trig we were told no problem as the land belongs to Charity. Easiest way is along a well used track from the E. Views glorious although the view of West Nab was obscured by the trees. Trig painted white and in good condition, very visible from the S.

Good condition 2012-04-10 18:07 - TP6148 (Stairfoot Lane)

FB Number: Not logged   Condition: Good   Score: 5/10

Drove past the trig to park at the makeshift car park further down the hill. Walked back up the hill to the trig admiring the woodland and on a very clear day the views were good up Wharfedale. North Leeds is grand indeed. Trig is next to a tree on N side of Stairfoot Lane and is unmissable. Good condition with plastic plug. The lane does see cars aplenty, but its ok if you (and indeed they) take care. Returned home via ring road to discover Garforth cliff has become the latest victim of senseless development. Glad I went to that trig when I did, RIP Garforth Cliff field. Hope the trig survives but another piece of Yorkshire has changed forever. Shame on them.

Good condition 2012-03-31 15:15 - TP3226 (Fordoles)

FB Number: Not logged   Condition: Good   Score: 5/10

Parked on estate in Maltby then approached from the south via the Rotherham Ringway path. The trig lies just off the path to the E although easily visible today. A 20 yard dash into the field allows access. Plastic plug, nice attention has been paid to the FB and good overall condition.

Good condition 2012-03-31 14:30 - TP1994 (Carr)

FB Number: Not logged   Condition: Good   Score: 5/10

Parked in Carr, although parking is available S of the trig as noted by others. From the bench, which does give nice views the trig is N down the track towards the mast. Nearly missed pillar, it is E of the track in the hedgerow, but easily accessible. Missing plug but again nice FB as at Fordoles.

Good condition 2012-03-06 18:31 - TP3017 (Eccleshill)

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

One of the reasons I like this hobby so much is that it takes you to places you may probably never have any other reason to visit. I had parked down at the Sainsburys and the walk up Bank Top was pretty steep. Trig is very easy to spot and access on the playing field. Missing plug, condition ok for its location. Views over Airedale were excellent even in dusk.

Good condition 2012-02-13 13:04 - TP0704 (Rombalds Moor)

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

A great trig. Came up from Ilkley via Ilkley Crags and the Dales Way Link and approached from east. If you can save this for a clear day like today I would...I could see for 50 miles, to the east the three mighty power stations of the Aire, the disused one near Doncaster, the Yorkshire Wolds, Menwith Hill, Bardon Moor, Pendle Hill, Leeds, Bradford, the snow covered Dales to name but a few. Trig has v slight damage on top and someone has nicked the OS plaque. Followed the now newly paved path towards the masts to the W and then followed the road and canal eventually to Crossflats and the train home. In short, this is trigbagging at its very best.

Good condition 2012-02-02 16:22 - TP3809 (High Street Green)

FB Number: Not logged   Condition: Good   Score: 5/10

For about a year I have been plotting a quick bag off the M1 whilst returning from London. And after a fair bit of research, yes I did it! No map either, so it did take a missed turn in the town or two. As it turns out it's actually on the roadside I was expecting it on the cricket field. Useful car park, but what are those narrow posts all about - take care! It never was a simple hobby......was chatting to a colleague while inspecting the trig - VGC, original plug. Sinking into the ground a bit, FB can just about be made out still.

Good condition 2012-01-19 18:10 - TP6901 (Whitecote)

FB Number: Not logged   Condition: Good   Score: 5/10

Desperate for my first pillar of the year, finally bagged Whitecote. Hailstones were lashing down in the darkness, but the bag is easy via the raised footpath and stairs. The view would have been excellent but sometimes it has to be dark. Pillar in very good condition. Which came first the houses or the pillar? Either way, someone has a trig straight out of their front window, wow!

Destroyed 2012-01-09 17:51 - TP4906 (Moor Grange)

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

Dark nights so a good time for a missing trig, went to junction of Latchmere Cross and Latchmere View and although an obvious point for a trig pillar there is no trig pillar. Found some interest in watching the planes come over descending to Leeds Bradford airport.

Good condition 2011-12-27 13:40 - TP4572 (Lower Snapethorpe)

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

Got to disagree with last two fellas - great views. I parked near to Carr Lodge Park and followed fields to cross the M1 on the footbridge. The trig is on a path and easy to find in a hedgerow. Woolley Edge looks good from here, as does Sandal Castle. The water tower to the south east is Upton Water tower, near where i live. The M1 looks like a Scalextric man! You can return under the M1 through Ossett Spa to the park again. A good end to the years trig bagging if thats it. Here's to next years adventures.

Good condition 2011-12-12 14:23 - TP3506 (Greno Knoll)

FB Number: Not logged   Condition: Good   Score: 5/10

Christmas shopping at Meadowhall, decided that after that some trigging was needed. Parked in car park to S on Woodhead road and a short muddy walk up through Greno Wood. Some graffiti on pillar, but otherwise in good condition and easily found just to W of footpath. No view from pillar due to trees, shame as this is over 300m, although good view back towards Ferrybridge and home nearby and still a bit of snow and ice on the nearby tops.

Toppled 2011-11-28 13:13 - TP4004 (Hook Moor)

FB Number: S1891   Condition: Toppled   Score: 5/10

Took the train to Micklefield and walked up. Pillar is still on its side, toppled with FB facing up. Easy to find, just carry on past Hook Moor Cottage and trig is near the black and white posts. Glad the two Rottweilers at the Cottage could not get out of their yard. Returned by climbing the fence and following the top of the M1 embankment just to be sure though, and the pillar could be accessed this way instead.

Couldn't find it 2011-11-16 18:03 - TP7793 (Spitalgap Lane)

FB Number: Not logged   Condition: Couldn't find it   Score: 1/10

Originally passed last year, when searching for Great Clump. The point may have been near to the overhead telegraph poles, which are marked on my OS map. Noted this is the bottom of the entire league which is why i am giving a 1 - Spittal Gap lane used to be a junction on the old A1, further back ancient travellers would have been glad to pass safely through Barnsdale northwards.

Unreachable but visible 2011-11-10 14:35 - TP7520 (Taunton)

FB Number: Not logged   Condition: Unreachable but visible   Score: 2/10

Knew the Asda so when I knew I would be in Taunton for the day on a 500 mile round trip from Pontefract I thought this was the best option. And it's not bad, the funny pipe from the photo on here is the best give away. There is also a little white mushroom antenna near to it on the same roof, best visible from the bottom of the Asda car park today. Wish I knew more about what it did, but yes it is there. I love this area hope to be back to do a pillar soon.

Good condition 2011-10-31 14:15 - TP1361 (Billing Hill)

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

Walked over from Plane Tree Hill trig through muddy cow field. Although the map does not show a path going to this prominent trig, there is one so access is easy. Trig painted white and looking good, pity I never saw the green livery, although you can still see signs of it's previous green paint. Views are great all around.

Good condition 2011-10-31 13:45 - TP5471 (Plane Tree Hill)

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

Parked at the motel in Yeadon and walked up. Area very muddy, with a few plane spotters around, looks like people use area for 4x4 rallying despite warning notices. I actually felt cool being a trig bagger today, which of course we are. Trig in good condition, nearly missed it as it forms part of the wall at the compound now. No access issues but if you want to see the flush bracket it faces into the compound so you would have to get over the fence to do so.

Slightly damaged 2011-10-25 17:58 - TP4038 (Hough Top)

FB Number: Not logged   Condition: Slightly damaged   Score: 6/10

Easy bag accessed from S. Trig on open playing fields, no hassle. I was pleasantly surprised with the view not bad up Airedale, and down towards Ferrybridge and over Troydale, Bramley res. Not so familiar with West Leeds being from Ackworth. Trig has missing plug, v slight damage but signs of fire have now gone and Hough Top trig pillar lives on proudly...

Slightly damaged 2011-10-04 16:25 - TP5316 (Parrenthorn)

FB Number: S2793   Condition: Slightly damaged   Score: 5/10

Easy access from a path between the high school and the res, trig well visible up a bank left after the school fence, you don't go into any grounds so no worries. Views possible towards Blackstone Edge, Oldham and that transmitter on the motorway summit. Big windfarm visible N spoiling moor. Plug gone, and all the hooks broken, but still standing folks.

Slightly damaged 2011-09-24 17:11 - TP5983 (Simons Seat)

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

This is one of the best places ever to me, I love Simons Seat.

Good condition 2011-09-22 13:35 - TP4028 (Horsford Heath)

FB Number: S5270   Condition: Good   Score: 6/10

Another shoe and tie job, research suggested an easy trig bag for one not familiar with Norfolk and so it proved. Numerous parking opportunities nearby. A happy relic hidden in a pleasant wooded setting yet only yards from a no-through road with no traffic issues. It's early autumn yet easy to spot to N of this road, took a thorn hit in my excitement but that's just me. No view but marked up for the setting and the fact that I have set my eastern record which may stand a while....all this on full pay what a life!

Wooded Setting The no through road is before the gate.
Plug on S5270 Concrete, any lettering seems to have gone..

Good condition 2011-09-13 16:19 - TP1809 (Burtonwood)

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

My Cheshire bagging debut! Working in Liverpool and had found that this one was near the services at Burtonwood, so a quick and dirty job. I can only echo earlier comments that this road is very busy with no pavement and not even a verge in some places so do take care. However, the trig is easy to see and access apart from the traffic. Nothing to inspire for me here, distant view of the West Pennine Moors and not much else. Still a new county and I am sure Cheshire has more to offer when I have more time.

Good condition 2011-08-29 16:30 - TP3676 (Haw Cliff Top)

FB Number: Not logged   Condition: Good   Score: 8/10

One of the best trigs in West Yorkshire. Missed out on this when on the Mam Tor hike earlier this year, but not today. Pennine views of Black Hill, West Nab beauty all around. Came up from Brockholes and ridge approach from West, trig pretty easy to get to, rolled under barbed wire fence and only one field from path. All this on a day rover too, bargain.

Slightly damaged 2011-08-18 16:58 - TP5146 (Norristhorpe)

FB Number: Not logged   Condition: Slightly damaged   Score: 4/10

Park Trig visible from road with parking on road next to park itself. Filled my day with a wander around the area - walked south to Hill Top Farm and was going to head east to Northorpe trig but got narked by the public footpath near the farm bearing no relation to the OS map or indeed common sense, so I had a cider from the shop at Northorpe instead. Oh, and Hi to the trig photographer, don't know if you are on this site or not, but I politely waited my turn lol.

Good condition 2011-08-10 17:46 - TP2392 (Coomb Hill)

FB Number: S6321   Condition: Good   Score: 4/10

Camping at Betton Farm for 4 days. Drove up from A170 through Sawdon, a lonely place. Views from car parking area very good - trig just down forest track heading east, just off left and v easy to spot, obvious signs of previous trigbaggers. Concrete plug, trig is in exceptional condition. Obviously would have been awesome before the forest, but there you go....

Good condition 2011-07-31 19:38 - TP6449 (Thorner Moor)

FB Number: S1894   Condition: Good   Score: 4/10

On the southern flanks of low wharfedale seeking some sort of peace. What are they doing to the Great North Road? Thorner Moor is arable, the public footpath to Bramham once off the LCW was overgrown and the trig was hiding behind the hedge. Plastic plug, decent state. Views best of N side of Wharfedale valley and the Wolds, now nearer than at Garforth Cliff. Felt better after the bag.

Destroyed 2011-07-19 18:21 - TP1603 (Brayton Barff West)

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

Spent the weekend prior at Scalm Park camping, so today visited Brayton Barff out of interest. Noted this is the first log for over two years. No sign of anything trig like - the young trees planted on the S side of the road in earlier photos have grown a bit. I guess S1918 went when the A63 was diverted around Selby. Shame, but this is not Yorkshire's greatest vista, although I don't mind Selby really. The Barff makes for a pleasant stroll, but this is not trigpoint country as such. So no trig, no golf balls but I did find a pack of polos. Did I eat any? No.

Good condition 2011-07-11 18:20 - TP1708 (Brown Moor)

FB Number: Not logged   Condition: Good   Score: 5/10

Log 51. Not as easy as I had predicted though. Once finally free from the clutches of the Thorpe Park development I followed the path leading east. My OS map tricked me into thinking this must be in the middle of the field on the left, and I went all the way to the bridge over the M1 before a check back revealed the trig. So tracking back I found a path leading along the top of some newish looking trees with a hedge on the right. Fearing a barbed wire traverse I was pleased to find the trig buried in the hedge but on the good side of the barbed wire. Stuck my head into the hedge for the trig bag. Plug is missing but pillar is in good condition. Best views were ironically from the bridge over the M1 as I turned back. Not as good a view as Garforth Cliff, but I did spot Pontefract's own suicide flats (or the cruiseliner as we know it).

Destroyed 2011-06-29 12:50 - TP5756 (Royds Green)

FB Number: Not logged   Condition: Destroyed   Score: 3/10

Log 50, I made it! I had planned West Nab to celebrate the half century, but with companions at work I decided to go for a nearby solo invisible. Dedication you see, as ever. Royds Green as we know the trig has long gone, but it gave decent enough views of familiar sights - West Nab itself, Black Hill, Emley Moor, Woolley Edge, Ferrybridge, Garforth Cliff, Leeds Centre, Ilkley Moor...a clear day. Trig would have been SW of the diagonal path through the field, thought I saw an area where it may have been where the crop seemed less happy to grow, but I wasn't going to thrash through Farmer Biggies crop today. The 50 is satisfaction enough.

Good condition 2011-06-28 11:00 - TP0881 (Ardsley)

FB Number: S1754   Condition: Good   Score: 5/10

Very easy to find, being just off the footpath through the wood. Lovely half day may be had, parked for free near the Priory remains which are well worth a visit. Trig in good condition, missing plug. Nice woodland walking, also had a look at the former Midland Mainline nearby. Not a bad little bit of the Dearne Valley. If you like old pubs try the Mill of the Black Monks near Cundy Cross - rumoured to be haunted.....

Good condition 2011-06-06 18:57 - TP4684 (Maryhill Park)

FB Number: Not logged   Condition: Good   Score: 7/10

Honestly? I'm from the Went Valley in Ackworth and was on business in Glasgow when I got what is probably gonna be the only chance I will ever get to do this....Glasgow should be proud cos I easy found the Kelvin Walkway from the city centre and walked 4 glorious miles up the river past the Botanic Gardens, old flint mills, locks, weirs, disused rail crossings, and up to Maryhill Park and the trig which gives views north to the Campsie Fells that are worth anything to see. Trig is just in the park for you to soak it all for yourself - enjoy x

Glasgow trig debut View to the Campsie fells from Maryhill trig

Good condition 2011-05-20 12:49 - TP4623 (Mam Tor)

FB Number: Not logged   Condition: Good   Score: 7/10

Trig 5/5 Ackworth to Mam Tor Walk. Completion of a dream walk Bob once had, so cheers to him and Andy and Nick for their company on the 57 mile trek. Mam Tor is very easy for it's height, no route problems, always busy and that, but still this is a great ridge and a great finish to the walk. Down to Castleton for beers and celebrations now.....and back to 'normal' trigbagging anytime soon.....Field Head mental hospital anyone? lol

Good condition 2011-05-19 16:00 - TP4216 (Kinder Low)

FB Number: Not logged   Condition: Good   Score: 8/10

Trig 4/5 Ackworth to Mam Tor Walk. Walked from Crowden via PW South to Edale (still a killer day). A clear day made for views that are perhaps too hard to describe in their completeness. What a place Kinder Scout is! And the trig is v easy to find not far from Edale Rocks. Mission almost complete now.

Good condition 2011-05-18 14:00 - TP3980 (Holme Moss)

FB Number: Not logged   Condition: Good   Score: 8/10

Trig 3/5 Ackworth to Mam Tor Walk. After leaving the Kirklees Way to join the Pennine Way heading south. I completed the PW in 2000 and remember the hell that was getting to this trig through the peat bog morass. How things change! Now tamed by a paved track, the peat morass is showing signs of recovery, so it is better for the hill I suppose, but something of the challenge is now gone forever. Still, this is the highest bit of land you can see from where i live and will always be special for the years of looking up to it from afar. Now completed again on a long hike with friends so cool. Where West Yorkshire meets Derbyshire, views to die for if clear.

Good condition 2011-05-17 09:00 - TP5496 (Pool Hill)

FB Number: Not logged   Condition: Good   Score: 7/10

Trig 2/5 Ackworth to Mam Tor Walk. Escaping the wild camp of Deffer Woods, Pool Hill was the early highlight of our second day. Easy access from road just a scramble up the embankment and a little nip over a pushed down barbed wire fence. Views over Barnsley, Wakefield, Woolley Edge, Emley Moor, Haw Cliff and beyond are truly sublime - how nice is our country? - so onto Denby Dale, Shepley and to Holme Valley campsite today. Haw Cliff trigpoint was for another time, but the evening in Holmfirth somewhat made up for that. Well that and Nick bouncing off his tent, but that's another story...

Good condition 2011-05-16 14:00 - TP7064 (Woolley Edge)

FB Number: Not logged   Condition: Good   Score: 7/10

Trig 1/5 Ackworth to Mam Tor walk Day 1 of our adventure. Woolley Edge the real start of the Pennines heading West as we were. Trig easy to find, no obvious objections to be seen as a path runs to just below the trig which is on a prominent rise of earth. It is a shame about the trees, but other views can be obtained nearby. From here we were into the Sculpture park and a wild camp in Deffer Woods. Pool Hill tomorrow!

Couldn't find it 2011-04-30 10:20 - TP0157 (Roman Ridge)

FB Number: Not logged   Condition: Couldn't find it   Score: 2/10

Sorry all, didn't have a spade. Nor could I find this block in the long grass today. What I can say to help is that the lamposts are still numbered as below. The Woodlands sign is now a brick structure rather than a lampost sign. I parked at Redhouse Macdonalds so had the opportunity to return via the Roman Ridge byway behind the estate (me being a Roman soldier in a previous life). Wonder what they would have thought of all the rubbish from Macdonalds now lining the path?

Couldn't find it 2011-04-22 12:00 - TP0155 (Staincross)

FB Number: Not logged   Condition: Couldn't find it   Score: 4/10

Good Friday and my very first surface block. And I thought it was all about pillars before coming here! The most excellent walk from Wintersett via the Barnsley canal and the old Athersley railway line, returning on the Ryhill line, the best 12 miles of the year so far. Shame it was hazy, Staincross has always been a good viewpoint. Located the exact place near the egg and coke sign and the footpath grate. I can't lie, I couldn't see the block but I'm a pillar man really and I must have walked over it so I am counting it. Don't want to look too weird on the side of the A61 what with the divorce and all.....

Good condition 2011-04-06 18:28 - TP3304 (Gapsick)

FB Number: S1792   Condition: Good   Score: 5/10

Been working in London, but my boss picks me up at Woodall so when I get dropped off it's trig time! Parked in Clowne and found it a nice village, walked down Hickingwood Lane from Station Road, passed a footy game and the dog kennels then the trig is at the side of the lane near the copse. It was the hottest day of the year so far, could see across to the Pennines and I thought the view was half decent really. A good 5 and my first Derbyshire trig, more to come no doubt...

Gapsick Clowne Quiet and austere

Good condition 2011-04-01 18:32 - TP4885 (Monk Bretton)

FB Number: Not logged   Condition: Good   Score: 5/10

Quite close to home for me - I used to work at the glass factory at Monk Bretton so a bit of a homage. Did a ten miler parking at Dearne Valley Park and touring up to Staincross, taking in a bit of the TPT and the Barnsley Canal. Access is sooo easy follow the public footpath sign near the Pheasant pub and it's on the path behind the res. Surprise of the day - you can see Upton water tower from the top (the high point of the Went valley where I live).

Good condition 2011-03-31 17:50 - TP6611 (Tunnel How Hill)

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

The layby on the sports centre road would have worked but I parked in the Homebase car park over the road. Not hard to find at this time of year, head into the wood from the layby and once you come across a path of sorts you should see the trig above - if you look for a broken wall shown on the OS map it's there! Wonder who painted it? I like it though, maybe not for the moors and mountains but pretty cool here. Nice to be alone in this urban area, gonna give this a 6 cos it was an enjoyable bag and a bit unusual too. Into April then.....

What kept you? No two are the same...
From the lower path Hint: look for broken wall

Slightly damaged 2011-03-18 15:36 - TP5429 (Peter Lane)

FB Number: S3818   Condition: Slightly damaged   Score: 4/10

Parked at the White Rose, but didn't need any money for what I was doing! Path leads off W from A653 out of Leeds near the Morley roundabout. Trig is easy to find on this path. Plug gone, strange hole like the eye of Jupiter and views of Leeds, not too bad really. In fact I quite liked it. Quirky. And free.

Good condition 2011-03-16 14:18 - TP6048 (Sober Hill)

FB Number: S6295   Condition: Good   Score: 5/10

First day off work this year - but what a grey day for walking. Parked at North Newbald near the village hall and did a circular via the dry valley north of Big Hill then south down the Wolds Way. Very quiet and had trig all to myself. Easy access right on the Wolds Way. Shame about the views - pea soup all round but the trig itself is in fine condition. Returned via Swin Dale and saw a deer roaming in the woods. My first East Yorkshire trig on log 36.

Slightly damaged 2011-03-10 17:54 - TP3580 (Halton Moor)

FB Number: S3882   Condition: Slightly damaged   Score: 3/10

I got some new trainers at the weekend, so my old ones are now my trig trainers - useful for Michael Jackson impressions when trigging after work (white trainers, black trousers!). I parked at the marked car park at the top of the hill above the playing fields and followed cycle route 66 through the golf course where I have spent my an hour oblivious to this trig. It is found as soon as Halton Moor Wood ends near the farm track. This route avoids any housing estates and I saw no horses or bikers this evening. Damage to top of trig, plug missing a bit beheaded so to speak. Access was very easy indeed. For one of the best views of Leeds however, try the tee on hole 17.

Destroyed 2011-02-28 18:15 - TP5444 (Pildacre Hill)

FB Number: Not logged   Condition: Destroyed   Score: 4/10

No, it's not here. Parked on Pildacre Brow had a walk around - the footpath to Chickenley gives nice views. Surprised at the low rank for this invisible. OK it's not here but I think the views over Emley, Dewsbury and the Calder Valley are pretty good, even though it was just dark. I am a biased Yorkie though!

Good condition 2011-02-20 14:50 - TP1577 (Bramham Moor)

FB Number: S1885   Condition: Good   Score: 6/10

Reality is...trig looks easy on the map, and is, look in the hedge on the east side of the lane, but didn't see no steps just a bank and a few bushes. Enjoyed the scramble. On a 17 miler from Wetherby and back along the wharfe and the old wharfe railway bridge too much to mention here though - i love wharfedale. Erm, yeah plug was missing too on the trig.

Bramham Moor Trig At the trig

Good condition 2011-02-13 14:30 - TP2114 (Chapel Hill)

FB Number: 1784   Condition: Good   Score: 5/10

Had been looking at tents down at Mitchells, so just had a look at this one - from the minor road near the church at Overton look for Smithy Lane and you can drive or walk down this straight to the trig near the cricket field. Rainy day, but nice views from these Pennine foothills even so.

Good condition 2011-02-09 18:00 - TP6462 (Thorpe)

FB Number: Not logged   Condition: Good   Score: 3/10

Never really been here in Thorpe amidst a maze of motorways at the interchange. The place itself seems ok, easy parking to West on new estate but road is a bit busy so a bit of a tig saw me home amidst the rush hour audience. Bagged - view to the east looked best but still dark nights....

Good condition 2011-01-30 19:00 - TP1042 (Barnsdale)

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

Barnsdale, my neck of the woods and I am proud of it. 8 months into bagging and in my top 20 nearest trigs so this had been bugging me a bit. As I was about to spend a whole week working in London I called for my bro and informed him I needed some assistance with a trig. Parked as you do in the cafe layby at the bar and picked the gate as a crossing into the private field from the new road to the north. Even in the dark my trig eyes could pick up the pillar about a five minute walk away. Great views, trig in good nick and for me a sense that this place would have meant even more long long ago in the days when these parts were more fought for and lawless. A boundary where North South and West Yorkshire meet. As a footnote (and another of trigpointing's joys) I could never see this trig from the A1 - on my return from London a week later there it was to welcome me home.

Destroyed 2011-01-25 18:15 - TP2363 (Colton Common)

FB Number: Not logged   Condition: Destroyed   Score: 1/10

From the pitch black farmers fields of Beighton to, well, the suburbs of Leeds. So the journey goes on, and looking for a candidate to bag on a January dark night coming home from work this proved ideal. Parked at Sainsburys and me being me had a nosey around walking south then turning west down Colton East Lane the reward being a view over the dark Aire valley and Temple Newsam. I used the spot height of 96m on the ring road as a summit purpose then back to the Colton roundabout and the car. The trig is of course long gone, but I am very much still here, mapping the world in my mind.....

Good condition 2011-01-20 18:04 - TP1134 (Beighton)

FB Number: Not logged   Condition: Good   Score: 5/10

Been on business in London so was picking car up from Woodall and struck for gold.....walking boots and trousers and tie (excellent). Parked at Crystal Peaks and walked towards A57. Public footpath leads up a cutting and it was dark. Near to a little bench at the top I thought I would bottle this but I could see the trig through the darkness and headed fearlessly at it! Plug is indeed missing but good condition and a decent viewpoint even in the dark, made better by a huge pink moon in the early night sky. Great bag!

Sure is dark round here The lights of Yorkshire

Good condition 2011-01-03 15:55 - TP3703 (Heath Common)

FB Number: Not logged   Condition: Good   Score: 5/10

Didn't think I could walk here and back from home, but did today. Easy access today, felt a bit more private than it actually is too. Interesting location, hiding away really.

Skiing on the Heath Drinking again Rick.....

Destroyed 2010-12-30 18:11 - TP3766 (High Ash)

FB Number: Not logged   Condition: Destroyed   Score: 1/10

Last log of 2010! Read through all the logs, looked at the map and decided to have a go after work. Parked at High Ash Drive and walked all the way down Wigton Lane aiming for the spot height at 156m. Looked for the Firs but didn't see it and was disappointed until I realised that Father's Ted's pic of Two Trees was where I was! Thanks Ted, that'll do for the bag. High enough but no view and definitely no trig. Still HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL and happy trig bagging in 2011 x

Good condition 2010-12-29 17:53 - TP5850 (Scott Hall)

FB Number: Not logged   Condition: Good   Score: 4/10

Love this hobby! One minute you are snowbound on the Pennines at Hoylandswaine next minute on an undercover inner city mission in Leeds! Nearest trig to my usual workplace and needing a bag I drove out of the City noting the climb as I drove north on the A61. Parked in Potternewton ave and walked back round, nonchalantly tigging the trig as I pretended to simply cross the busy road. Took a pic but the cars put my off and my flash seemed to freak them out - it didn't come out and I weren't hanging about. That's 25 trigs done now.....

Good condition 2010-12-20 13:50 - TP4046 (Hoyland Swaine)

FB Number: S1725   Condition: Good   Score: 7/10

Parked way down at Wortley and walked up the TPT to Oxspring, then up to Hoylandswaine. Top temperature today was -4 but the trig offered superb snowy views all around. Bench would be of use if not covered in snow ha ha! Good nick, painted and with memorial plaque on side. Easy to find too next to path. Check out the Upper Don if you have time too - some really beautiful spots on the river once you have quenched your bagging thirst.

Hoylandswaine Trig Pennine View Looking at Holme Moss from the Trig
Trig and Bench looking to Upper Don Valley Please sit down and relax.....oh

Good condition 2010-12-13 13:34 - TP0705 (Garforth Cliff)

FB Number: Not logged   Condition: Good   Score: 7/10

Wow, some of these logs are a bit negative. OMG-started out in Cas then crossed the Aire rail bridge (don't do it kids) followed the old railway line up from Allerton Bywater and Kippax to arrive at Garforth to ascend the cliff! for the uninitiated this trig gives one of the best views in Yorkshire, across to the Pennines west, south of the Aire Gap, and on this day a fantastic view of the snow covered Wolds to the East. What a trig!

East View But the photo can\'t show the snow covered Wolds I am afraid
Trig and Water Tower Garforth The sun is very low at even 13:30
Look at my Plate! Info plate on the trig

Toppled 2010-11-28 13:41 - TP3593 (Hampole Wood)

FB Number: Not logged   Condition: Toppled   Score: 4/10

I had intended to walk from here back home via the trig at Barnsdale, but curiousity killed the cat so on a snowy November afternoon I took my daughter Melissa and parked up - easy to spot heading towards Brodsworth Hall as the trig is bang at the start of the path and you can even park at the road side as these pictures show. Ain't she cute the little trigbagger!

Hampole Wood Trig Location in relation to roadside
How cute is this! Melissa at Hampole Wood Trig

Good condition 2010-11-25 12:50 - TP6924 (Whitwell Moor)

FB Number: Not logged   Condition: Good   Score: 5/10

Me dad wanted to come triggin' so a chance to get out a bit further. Parked at Bolsterstone and walked along moor ridge, very nice views both to the Dark Peak to the south and extensive to the north - yes ferrybridge still visible! Pillar nice and white memorial plaque on side.

Good condition 2010-11-13 16:00 - TP2750 (Dearne Ings)

FB Number: Not logged   Condition: Good   Score: 5/10

Out with my 3 girls again. Escaped from the Xmas stress of Cortonwood, parked at the pub (also parking opposite on bend). Walked for 10 minutes down lane with girls tackling the question every father dreads - what is a trig point Dad? Gave up on finding it until almost back at the car when Olivia starts pointing at something - the trig ha ha! Just shows you can learn a lot from kids lol. Location is S of the Dearne v close to riverbank on your right walking N near to gate. Plug is indeed missing. Pictures and smiles all round. Bagged thanks to the girls lol.

By Melissa aged 4 Down by the Dearne
If Carlsberg made Trig Baggers..... Yes, it\'s me looking happy at Dearne Ings trigpoint, a man at the top of his game

Toppled 2010-11-10 16:02 - TP4839 (Milnthorpe)

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

Turn into fitness club car park, which is bigger than it first appears, head to the right where a small road runs down to a new building there is a gate with the lumpy remains just left of a red gate post at side of rugby field.

The Rugby Player This is what is left, unusual for sure

Good condition 2010-10-28 17:00 - TP6720 (Walton Lane)

FB Number: Not logged   Condition: Good   Score: 5/10

Easy to spot turned right onto Walton Lane from Oakenshaw Lane trig comes as a bit of a surprise through hedge on right and v close too! Nicely painted and cared for. Marked up for condition and unusual location.

Destroyed 2010-10-23 13:00 - TP5687 (Ringstone Hill)

FB Number: Not logged   Condition: Destroyed   Score: 3/10

Approached from road to south up track to Ringstone Farm. No access to reservoir, but good views over the Dearne Valley and east. Check out Howell woods while you are here. Another top 20 bagged!

Ringstone Hill Summit This is the reservoir marking the summit
The view Upton Beacon and South Elmsall are visible

Good condition 2010-10-09 15:49 - TP3981 (Holmfield)

FB Number: Not logged   Condition: Good   Score: 3/10

Heading east towards the power station from Townville look for a red gate on the north side of the road. Once through the gate head right up the fold of the hill and the trig is in the hedgerow. What I like about this one is that it has a safe home all traffic oblivious to its hiding place. Sneaky fellow, only the committed will really ever see him. Be sure to give him a knowing tap!

Gateway to Holmfield trig
And this is where I live!
Holmfield Trig

Possibly missing 2010-10-02 14:16 - TP2938 (Durkar)

FB Number: Not logged   Condition: Possibly missing   Score: 1/10

Are you sure this was a trig? Made a day out of it with ma girls went up the castle then made us all touch the red gate saying private at Pugneys and play in the science park. Did they know they had been to 2 trigs today? No.

Good condition 2010-09-23 15:07 - TP1645 (Broad Hill)

FB Number: Not logged   Condition: Good   Score: 5/10

Easy to spot from the Esplanade, on business my first visit to Aberdeen had to bag a trig with limited time. An urban trig, still graffiti all over it but a fine fellow looking over Pittodrie with good views north and south along the coast along with a view of The Granite City. Will I ever beat this for Northern Trigs?

Aberdeen Trinity Northern Portal, a must for baggers up north

Destroyed 2010-09-15 17:52 - TP6795 (Wentcliff Hill)

FB Number: Not logged   Condition: Destroyed   Score: 1/10

As previous log from Wordsworth Drive take any street to right heading up to find tarmac path behind houses. At top found a path through a hedge leading to an open field recognising Ted's picture. Field to nowhere however enough to claim the bagging of this former trig. Struggling to find anything to inspire round here at all. Gave it a 1 as the glimpse of Long Bull Hill trig at least confirmed reason for this one. Noted two diggers over at Long Bull - hope they are not going to touch that trig pillar. Baggers note this & keep us all informed.

Destroyed 2010-09-04 14:00 - TP2034 (Castle Hill Sandal Magna)

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

Took my daughter and really enjoyed the visit. Lack of trig not important due to castle remains taking precedence. Good view of Woolley Edge, Emley (and Black Hill beyond). Interesting view of Calder ox-bow I have never seen before.

I\'m the King of the Castle..

Slightly damaged 2010-08-30 15:00 - TP4516 (Long Bull Hill)

FB Number: Not logged   Condition: Slightly damaged   Score: 2/10

Parked at Turnpike pub car park between Pontey and Knottingley. Walk back towards A1 bridge (1st one) and through gate up lane towards A1. Quick fence cross into field, trig just at top of rise. Trig a bit eroded, but alive! More a foot soldier than a general but a job to do none the less...

Good condition 2010-08-26 19:00 - TP1375 (Birch Heath)

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

On business in Reading, no map so parked at pub to north on A4074 risked life and limb walking back. Found Chiltern Way extension followed to road. Trig just W of edge of small wood N side of road, easy to find. Lots of festival goers, imagine my pride as I slipped off to find him. Lingered a while - trig felt lonely, no inspiration. A grey fellow glad of my company. No offence dudes but this didn't feel like walking country. Missed my Went Valley and Yorkshire, but a great bag.

My lonely friend

Good condition 2010-08-22 15:00 - TP2149 (Chevet Common)

FB Number: Not logged   Condition: Good   Score: 5/10

Good bag! Bit tricky, nosy bloke at house and then bloke at golf range ticked us off. I would approach via big field at top of ridge top side of hedgerow, but barbed wire to cross (long legs needed). Nice view, West Yorkshire opening up to the eye. Trig in good nick, a sentinel on the ridge.

Destroyed 2010-08-14 16:00 - TP5915 (Sharlston)

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

Shame there is no trig here, hedgerow preventing any thought of getting to where it was and farm close. Views to Featherstone, Pontey, Wentbridge, Upton Beacon. Wakefield to west, Calder/Went valley boundary. 8 nearest trigs now bagged!

Good condition 2010-07-17 19:00 - TP2031 (Castle Hill)

FB Number: Not logged   Condition: Good   Score: 5/10

Riverside walk for 3 miles from Low Ackworth, road stretch to the top, trig easy and good. Scramble down the valley side straight into Brockadale for a better return to Wentbridge.

Destroyed 2010-07-11 13:00 - TP3452 (Great Clump)

FB Number: Not logged   Condition: Destroyed   Score: 1/10

From Darrington take Philips Lane then down the path to the A1 - no path across field - at A1 head north following road. Poetically, the lumps of concrete near the high point could be the remnants of man's past endeavours taken by the road now without apology. Take the frankly once dangerous A1 junction of Spittalgap lane, now growing over, and follow Marl Pit Lane home. Nothing too great to see - on a clear day look North-East to the line of the Yorkshire Wolds, the Aire valley lies north. No Pennine view from here, try to spot Upton Water Tower on your return whilst admiring the former windmill on Moor Lane.

Trig Murder Trig Murder
Progress? Progress?

Couldn't find it 2010-07-04 16:00 - TP7135 (Upton Beacon Connecting Point)

FB Number: Not logged   Condition: Couldn't find it   Score: 3/10

Decision already made not to intrude but did not see pillar from street pressed onto tower itself

Couldn't find it 2010-07-04 15:00 - TP6671 (Upton Beacon)

FB Number: Not logged   Condition: Couldn't find it   Score: 5/10

Approached via Royd Moor from Ackworth Moor Top. The Moor dominates the western view and confirms that Went Hill is indeed King of upper Wentdale by right if not height.

Good condition 2010-06-29 22:00 - TP4910 (Moor Lane)

FB Number: Not logged   Condition: Good   Score: 7/10

Every field in the upper Went Valley seems to be on view and to those who call this home the view from Went Hill summit is just awesome. Castle Syke Hill (you call this Hundhill incorrectly appears to be throwing everything into its extra metre of height, the poppies of Brackenhill appear in their eternal respect of those who gave us this chance and the pureness of this ancient forest serve up a heady cocktail. Onto Upton Beacon then, and the top of our valley having the knowledge that Robyn de Hode really did once ride this corner of Sherwood Forest we know only now as Barnsdale. Don't just bag the trig though the fun is heightened by the Went Hill traverse. If you only bag it then you have missed the trick, go on go when nightfall is close and take on our Mr Hode in the woods of Barnsdale. Outstanding.

Good condition 2010-06-27 14:00 - TP4910 (Moor Lane)

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

Accessible best from wentbridge along went hill top. Quite a distance into private horse riding land and wood but path obvious trig reached after final rise. Respect wildlife and return along outbound route not down obvious shortcut to road. Clear views to Pennine Ridge west and the lower lands to the east. The end of the pennines 250ft.

A line of three different things in Yorkshire. Moor Lane Trig at 245ft high looking north to windmill and the slightly more powerful Ferrybridge C power station by the River Aire.

Good condition 2010-05-15 20:00 - TP1556 (Brackenhill)

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

Bad times made good by this little trip down memory lane. By the way the views are sound towards the north esp Sandy Gate wood near Hundhill. Photos with Duke, will upload. Access easy enough if you can get into the field. Higher point on mound of land to south.

Good condition 2010-05-01 21:00 - TP4055 (Hundhill)

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

Went up with James, Beamer and Duke. Guitars and singing, it was dark. Look for the A628 "Motorway in the Sky" curling up the Pennines to the South West. Shh don't tell anyone where we are

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