|OSGB36 trig archive spreadsheet - IW|
|Trig Name||Original Name||New Name||EASTING||NORTHING||HEIGHT||ORDER||TYPE OF MARK||Computing Date||CLASS OF LEVELLING||Date of Levelling||LEVELLING DATUM||DESTROYED MARK INDICATOR||COMMENTS|
|Danes Hole Wtr Tank||SU31/T448||SU31T448||425013.43||112883.96||0.000||4||HOLE||01/06/1954||0||0||Drill hole in bolt|
There are 5 photos for this trigpoint (view album).
Is ranked joint 16291st with 93 other trigs (more).
Has a mean score of 4.20/10 (from 5 logged visits)
Was First logged: 5th Jul 2013
Has never been found intact
Was Last logged: 6th Sep 2015
Of the 5 logged visits,
1 recorded a location
The error was 2m
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6th Sep 2015 13:54 by tom
FB Number: Not logged Condition: Destroyed Score: 4/10
The site of the trig is now in the Long Beech Camp Site in the New Forest between Lyndhurst and Fordingbridge. The water tank was associated with the World War II airfield of RAF Stoney Cross, it was apparently removed in 2004. Ponies were grazing on grass near to the former trig site but trees prevented a view further afield. There is some very pleasant heathland and woods nearby.
13th Feb 2014 14:20 by jonglew
Gridref: SU 25012 12885 FB Number: Not logged Condition: Destroyed Score: 5/10
Long Beech camp site. OS have this trig extant, but seems it's been destroyed. Where the water tank once stood seems to be a water point for the campsite; has a wooden fence around it with a gate - sign indicates the water point, but there are no taps (maybe removed for the winter).
Danes Hole - but no water tank TP12571©jonglew
16th Sep 2013 11:35 by Dusty
FB Number: Not logged Condition: Destroyed Score: 2/10
Concrete bases and other bits and bobs.
21st Aug 2013 11:10 by Trigger
FB Number: Not logged Condition: Couldn't find it Score: 5/10
5th Jul 2013 11:05 by CJO
FB Number: Not logged Condition: Destroyed Score: 5/10
SU31 T448 HOLE. "Drill hole in bolt". Was a steel tank on legs which was demolished 2-3 years ago according to local information. All that remains on site are some disused stand-pipes beneath. Peacocks and horses make this a pleasant site. It is also a Forestry Commission camp site.