|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 10 photos for this trigpoint (view album).
Is ranked joint 3204th with 47 other trigs (more).
Has a mean score of 6.13/10 (from 8 logged visits)
Was First logged: 4th Apr 2004
Was Last logged: 30th Jun 2019
Of the 8 logged visits,
3 recorded a location and of these....
All were within 13m
The average error was 10m
The closest was 7m
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|Selection of photos for this Pillar.|
By trigging on an island
See 4 more in the album.
30th Jun 2019 00:00 by caroleengel
Gridref: NN 86067 52114 FB Number: Not logged Condition: Good Score: 5/10
Continued up Private Road (with excuse that nowhere to park safely lower down if challenged but saw nobody) to park shortly before properties on grassed over hard standing at NN 8753 5250 - well off road. Easy walk up on tracks to difficult to find ride thru' trees at NN 8613 5226
22nd Aug 2018 17:01 by coinea
Gridref: NN 86066 52117 FB Number: S9366 Condition: Good Score: 7/10
Parking and route as Wubbleyew. Trig in nice peaceful wee clearing surrounded by trees.
12th Nov 2016 16:47 by trigging on an island
FB Number: S9366 Condition: Good Score: 7/10
A little bit dusky for this really to be sensible visiting tonight, but it was an adventure and gave an amazing feeling of reward when I burst out into the clearing.
28th Oct 2016 10:45 by Wubbleyew
FB Number: S9366 Condition: Good Score: 8/10
Parked in Aberfeldy, and walked across the golf course to cross the River Tay by means of the superb pedestrian suspension bridge (1992, designed by students from the University Of Dundee). This is the bounceyest bridge I've ever had the privilege to cross - although felt a bit queasy in the middle - my bouncebackability saw me through! Up by wide tracks, then followed the tree-line (from NN855516) up to and over a drystone wall just to the south of the trig. There is no obvious way into the dense fir trees; it’s simply a matter of fighting through the 'jungle' for 5/6 minutes before finding the enchanting space of the clearing where two deer were nibbling the turf close to the pillar, which retains its cap with raised lettering, and one sight-hole open. I really enjoyed this one!
26th May 2016 13:06 by thejackrustles
FB Number: S9366 Condition: Good Score: 5/10
Drove up Edradynate Road past the private signs and found a wee parking spot. We fully intended to ask at the shooting lodge for permission to park but no one was home. Followed track until it ran out and we were faced with 200m of thick conifers (not so young now).......battled through to the clearing which was tough but doable, to be amazed the clearing was so big! On the way back found a much easier route. Follow track until NN 86142 52257 then head towards the trigpoint, it will open out believe us just trust your bearing.
2nd Nov 2015 17:51 by Chalky
FB Number: S9366 Condition: Good Score: 3/10
Spider retains cap, in large clearing in the trees.
13th Jun 2006 17:09 by Clochandighter
Gridref: NN 86065 52111 FB Number: S9366 Condition: Good Score: 8/10
Fight your way in through the young conifers. Pillar in very good condition. Spider retains OS cap with large narrow raised font. LHS sighting hole open, others plugged. Flush bracket faces 147°, SE. Built 9th May 1957. Secondary station in Block NN96, Pitlochry. Photographed 13/06/2006, GRP.
4th Apr 2004 12:00 by peregrinus
FB Number: S9366 Condition: Good Score: 6/10
vgc, metal cap wide letters, in clearing at summit - Access:tk from S (could prob drive to 860513), cross field, follow ride to 85855200 then thru small spruce to trig