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TP0437 - Wood`s Corner
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This trigpoint:
Is ranked joint 19779th with 37 other trigs (more).
Has a mean score of 3.71/10 (from 7 logged visits)
Was First logged: 5th Aug 2004
Was Last found intact: 20th Apr 2018
Was Last logged: 15th Oct 2021

Of the 7 logged visits,
1 recorded a location

The error was 3m

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Inaccessible 15th Oct 2021  13:40  by TrigJS

FB Number: Not logged  Condition: Inaccessible  Score: 5/10

Bolt is buried deep in bramble bushes and I didnít have the tools to cut my way through. Will have to return in the winter when the vegetation has died down.

TP0437 Bolt is located 4 m from the road edge.

Good condition 20th Apr 2018  09:20  by jonglew

Gridref: TQ 67247 19489   FB Number: Not logged  Condition: Good  Score: 5/10

Wide, very rough and brambly roadside verge. 1" bolt several inches down; found quite easily once realized a previous visitor had left an old car window frame over it (or was this by chance as no mention on T:UK?), which I replaced, also leaving the block uncovered. Measured it at 4.2m from roadside - almost, but not quite, in line with the 2 gully grates on either side of the road; and now 4.35m from the leaning fence.

Location TP0437©jonglew
Surface? Block TP0437©jonglew
Car window frame marks the spot - for the time being TP0437©jonglew

Good condition 27th Jun 2015  10:24  by peregrinus

FB Number: Not logged  Condition: Good  Score: 5/10

1" bolt in block, 6" down in soft brambly verge. Very nearly in line with the two road gullies, not in line with fence post which still has its pine nail. OS sketch still good ie 4.2m from road edge and 3.7 from fence post with nail. Nearly didn't bother given time of year and previous logs but found quite quickly once alignment understood

1" bolt
view in line with bolt. Blue screwdriver marks centreline of nearer road gully
trig location spade marks the trig; fence post behind, gully in front
pipe nail in fence post

Couldn't find it 13th May 2011  17:00  by Lathama

FB Number: Not logged  Condition: Couldn't find it  Score: 2/10

Had the sketch with me together with the trusty trowel. However, the almost total lack of rain for 10 weeks in this area had made the verge rock hard and the vegetation was up to my knees and so, although I made one or two attempts to penetrate the soil where I thought it should be, I didn't have any luck. Needs to be visited when the verge is soft and preferably after the grass cutters have been!

Couldn't find it 14th Mar 2010  10:45  by Cipollini

FB Number: Not logged  Condition: Couldn't find it  Score: 1/10

Slightly half hearted attempt - my first to find one of these - with the Junior Cipollini's while Mrs C put her feet up on Mothers Day. We were in the right area - the sketch is straightforward - but even at this time of the year the verge was covered in brambles and we didn't have the right tools (a plastic beach spade only !), and didn't realise it was so buried - as per the previous log. Revisited Jury's Gut (TP4140) while we were there, on a lovely sunny morning.

Good condition 30th Nov 2005  15:13  by Griefmiester

FB Number: N/A  Condition: Good  Score: 5/10

Well buried! I had to dig down about 8 inches to find this one - Take the the OS sketch with you for this one, It's exactly where it says.


Couldn't find it 5th Aug 2004  13:29  by Alan Grove

FB Number: Not logged  Condition: Couldn't find it  Score: 3/10

Another bolt buried under heavy foliage. Probably best viewed in the winter with the help of a metal detector.

TP0407 It's there somewhere........©Alan Grove

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