|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|
|Heathy Park Resr||SU77/T261||SU77T261||482432.34||149073.58||0.000||4||RIVET||01/06/1955||0||0|
There are 10 photos for this trigpoint (view album).
Is ranked joint 1768th with 91 other trigs (more).
Has a mean score of 7.00/10 (from 2 logged visits)
Was First logged: 18th Apr 2015
Was Last logged: 16th Mar 2018
Of the 2 logged visits,
1 recorded a location
The error was 5m
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16th Mar 2018 10:50 by TrigJS
Gridref: SU 82429 49078 FB Number: Not logged Condition: Good Score: 9/10
Couldn't find the trig point. Will need to come back with some tools to clear the vegetation and I'm hopefully it could be found. On the roof of the reservoir all the access points into the reservoir have recently been concreted over which will annoy the urban explorers on 28 days later! Revisit 23 December 2018 at 1439 - previously I had been at the National Archives in Kew doing some research and I took the opportunity to source the original OS site file for this trig point. With the details from the file I was able to return and easily find the trig point. Trig point was hidden about 15 cm down under a many years of fallen leaves, plant roots, etc. The OS online trig archive has the trig point logged as a rivet. It is not a rivet but instead the trig point is an asphalt disc. The is confirmed by the original OS marking report (see photos). Currently the trig point is accessible but work is ongoing to install a new fence around the disused reservoir so it may not be long before the trig point becomes inaccessible. Second revisit - 30 June 2019 at 0825 - new security fence still not finished. Looks like a safety barrier has been installed on the corner of the reservoir near to the TP.
TP21515 The trig point should be somewhere around here.
TP21515 Roof of the reservoir with the recently concreted over access points.
TP21515 OS original Report of Marking from National Archives confirming the trig point installed was an asphalt disc.
TP21515 Original OS site description from the National Archives. Offsets to the trig point were found to be correct.
TP21515 Revisit - The asphalt disc trig point.
TP21515 Revisit - The trig point is by the southwest corner of the reservoir roof.
TP21515 Revisit - The trig point by the southwest corner of the covered reservoir.
TP21515 Revisit - new fencing around disused covered reservoir being installed.
TP21515 Second revisit - security fence still to be completed and safety barrier near to TP visible.
18th Apr 2015 11:35 by Trigger
FB Number: Not logged Condition: Couldn't find it Score: 5/10