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Profile for Saltash Ramblers

Name:Phil & Chris
Email address:Not released
Member since:2006-06-18
Personal details:When on holiday in 2005 in east Fife we climbed Largo Law. We found the Trigpoint at the top and for some reason I made a note of its FB number. When we returned home I googled the trigpoint and was startled to find there is a whole Trigpointing community of people bagging these little 4ft pillars. We quickly joined TUK and started our own collection of trigs, having to revisit several we had disregarded in the past. Trigpointing seems a great pastime for anyone into walking, because it gives a purpose to the walk, a goal to achieve; also some out-of-the-way places get to be explored. We certainly hope it will allow us to travel further a field and enjoy more of our great country.


Total of 108 trigpoints logged:
 
By current use
none87
Passive station20
NCE Adjustment1
 
By historic use
3rd order55
Secondary28
Primary11
none9
Fundamental Benchmark3
Other1
13th order - GPS1
 
By type
Pillar92
Surface Block6
FBM3
Rivet3
Berntsen2
Bolt1
Intersected Station1
 
By condition
Good94
Slightly damaged4
Damaged3
Destroyed3
Toppled2
Couldn't find it1
Unreachable but visible1

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