|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|
There are 9 photos for this trigpoint (view album).
Is ranked joint 13907th with 86 other trigs (more).
Has a mean score of 4.83/10 (from 6 logged visits)
Was First logged: 24th Jun 2014
Was Last logged: 28th Apr 2018
Of the 6 logged visits,
4 recorded a location and of these....
All were within 8m
The average error was 3m
The closest was 1m
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|Selection of photos for this Surface Block.|
See 5 more in the album.
28th Apr 2018 13:19 by CJO
Gridref: ST 76403 84488 FB Number: Not logged Condition: Good Score: 5/10
tall rod rivet at end of earthworks. cleaned up as partially overgrown. Left open.
20th Aug 2016 13:40 by Dusty
FB Number: Not logged Condition: Good Score: 5/10
20th Nov 2015 11:23 by Brisey
Gridref: ST 76403 84496 FB Number: Not logged Condition: Good Score: 7/10
An interesting location with good views but it's puzzling that the rampart remains do not form a circle. Perhaps the slope was adequate protection to the west. The block is as left by the previous visitors and is easy to find at the north end of the rampart.
24th Sep 2015 07:41 by jonglew
Gridref: ST 76401 84492 FB Number: Not logged Condition: Good Score: 5/10
AKA Horton Camp, an Iron Age Hill Fort. A mystery why OS gave it a different name. Short walk across from minor road. Block partially unclovered so an easy spot. Dug it out and left uncovered. Rod-style rivet in concrete on top of earthworks. NT land.
22nd Jul 2014 11:20 by bluebeard
FB Number: Not logged Condition: Good Score: 1/10
24th Jun 2014 13:25 by edfielden
Gridref: ST 76402 84489 FB Number: Not logged Condition: Good Score: 6/10
A few minutes with the poking stick and I was able to feel the block beneath the surface. Block buried beneath grass and soil at a depth of at least an inch. Simple metal rod-type 'bolt'. Great views over the South Gloucestershire countryside. Left block mainly uncovered. Further details and photos to follow...