|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|
|Chalk Pit Harnham||SU31/T336||SU31T336||412988.71||128789.27||0.000||4||BLOCK||01/06/1950||0||0|
There are 5 photos for this trigpoint (view album).
Is ranked joint 19356th with 55 other trigs (more).
Has a mean score of 3.67/10 (from 6 logged visits)
Was First logged: 24th Mar 2012
Was Last logged: 12th Aug 2019
Of the 6 logged visits,
2 recorded a location and of these....
All were within 4m
The average error was 3m
The closest was 3m
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12th Aug 2019 20:36 by Ant1974
FB Number: Not logged Condition: Good Score: 5/10
4th Jan 2015 12:46 by Trigger
FB Number: Not logged Condition: Couldn't find it Score: 5/10
26th Apr 2014 13:40 by bluebeard
FB Number: Not logged Condition: Good Score: 1/10
22nd Apr 2014 13:27 by CJO
Gridref: SU 12985 28791 FB Number: Not logged Condition: Good Score: 5/10
2" bolt. 10 cm deep. No views. Jonglew's 2m square search grids still evident on ground. Left this one with a box of branches surrounding together with 2 upright posts.
6th Mar 2014 13:25 by jonglew
Gridref: SU 12992 28789 FB Number: Not logged Condition: Good Score: 5/10
More difficult to locate as nothing to reference it to and GPS not quite so accurate in woodland. Marked out a 2m x 2m square with branches and probed it - nothing (except a blister). Moved the square 2m E and hit it straight away! 2" brass bolt. Re-covered after photographing.
24th Mar 2012 14:27 by tom
FB Number: Not logged Condition: Couldn't find it Score: 1/10
Well done jonglew on being the first to find this one. The site of the trig is amongst some trees close to a ridge top path within a wooded public space in the south of Salisbury.There was no sign of the trig on the surface and it was not revealed by clearing the leaf litter on the ground. The site was reached by means of the footpath along the top of the slope from the Old Blandford Road in the east. There are glimpses of the western suburbs of the city through the trees but the surrounding vegetation prevents a view from the trig. Nearby clearings allow a fine view to the north over the city and its magnificent cathedral to the downs beyond.