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Profile for Clochandighter

Name:Graeme P
Email address:clochandighter at yahoo dot co dot uk
Home page:http://
Member since:2003-04-26
Personal details:Visited over 2500 trig pillars radiating in all directions from Central Scotland over the past 36 years. I have now visited every known accessible standing OS triangulation pillar on the Scottish mainland between the line of the Great Glen and the Border with England. Also have many in England and beyond the Great Glen. East coast complete from John O'Groats to Ravenscar. West coast from above Fort William to south of Lancaster. Also many of my trigs logged, have been visited more than once, mainly for up to date photos and GPS readings. With the Southern Uplands and the Lake District all now completed, I need to search further afield. In the south, Yorkshire and Lancashire still hold some unchartered territory for me. In the north, beyond the Great Glen are many outstanding trigs still to bag. In the west there are many island bags still to be had. In the east I'm in the sea unless I do Orkney, more of Shetland or extend further into Yorkshire. All good physical and mental exercise. Still updating data on the Yahoo group, Trigonomy which many members of TrigpointingUK also contribute to.


Total of 2795 trigpoints logged:
 
By current use
none2664
Passive station124
NCE Adjustment4
Active station3
 
By historic use
3rd order1574
Secondary911
4th order114
Primary110
Fundamental Benchmark53
Great Glen Project11
none11
Hydrographic Survey Station6
Other5
 
By type
Pillar2573
Intersected Station134
FBM53
Bolt17
Surface Block7
Active station3
Rivet2
Berntsen2
Pipe1
Brass Plate1
Disc1
Block1
 
By condition
Good2381
Slightly damaged309
Damaged104
Destroyed62
Toppled15
Remains8
Unreachable but visible8
Moved8
Couldn't find it8
Not Logged7
Converted2
Inaccessible2
Possibly missing2

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