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Name:Rick Hall
Email address:rick.hall561@gmail.com
Member since:2005-09-19
Personal details:1st trig logged on 8 Apr 94. Did about 200 then discovered golf....Trigpointing is definitely cheaper! Now, having stumbled across this website, my enthusiasm is renewed. I'm not really interested in the brass bits and what number the TPs are; I'm more interested in the view, the walk to get there and where the nearest pub is once a pint has been earned! To that end, comments and pictures from now on will reflect that. Just realised that I'm approaching 25 years of bagging trig points....on and off, and delighted to be the first to have logged a few on this excellent site. Am gobsmacked by Peregrinus's efforts and figure that the best I can hope for is about 1000 trig pillars, but which ones? Decided to try and bag the highest and the N, S, E & Westernmost of each county/region using my motorhome, Ronnie to get us around.


Total of 496 trigpoints logged:
 
By current use
none459
Passive station34
NCE Adjustment2
Active station1
 
By historic use
3rd order294
Secondary129
Primary32
4th order24
none11
Fundamental Benchmark3
Great Glen Project3
 
By type
Pillar480
Rivet5
FBM3
Berntsen2
Surface Block2
Bolt1
Concrete Ring1
Other1
Active station1
 
By condition
Good381
Destroyed37
Slightly damaged31
Couldn't find it21
Inaccessible8
Unreachable but visible5
Damaged5
Moved3
Not Logged3
Possibly missing2

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