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TP5422 - Peopleton
 
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Grid reference :
Type :
Condition :
Moved Moved
Flush Bracket :
S3843
OSGB36 Station :
SO96/T44
Current use :
none
Historic use :
T:UK waypoint :
TP5422
County :
Hereford & Worcester
Nearest town :
WORCESTER

OSGB36 trig archive spreadsheet - IW
Trig NameOriginal NameNew NameEASTINGNORTHINGHEIGHTORDERTYPE OF MARKComputing DateCLASS OF LEVELLINGDate of LevellingLEVELLING DATUMDESTROYED MARK INDICATORCOMMENTS
PeopletonSO96/T44SO96T044394514.44251625.0847.3623PILLAR01/06/1948101/05/1961N1MOVED POSITION APRIL 97

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There are 19 photos for this trigpoint (view album).

This trigpoint:
Is ranked joint 15917th with 5 other trigs (more).
Has a mean score of 4.57/10 (from 23 logged visits)
Was First logged: 8th Sep 2003
Was Last found intact: 20th May 2004
Was Last logged: 13th Apr 2019

Of the 23 logged visits,
9 recorded a location and of these....

All were within 2072m
The average error was 559m
2 were exact

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Lathama Lathama Glaslyn Glaslyn arranc arranc Lathama Lathama slateloose slateloose CJO CJO caroleengel caroleengel peregrinus peregrinus Mickandkim Mickandkim Peopleton Peopleton [Zoom In/Out] [Hide Labels]

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Selection of photos for this Pillar.

Spider
By Dusty
Pillar
By Dusty
Underside
By Dusty
S3843 Peopleton from a different angle
©Thejenkies
trig
©vegibagger

By CURRYSCRIM

©Glaslyn
See 12 more in the album.

Logged Visits:

Moved 13th Apr 2019  14:30  by Dusty

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

Pillar
Spider
Underside


Moved 18th May 2018  13:53  by slateloose

Gridref: SO 94700 52500   FB Number: Not logged  Condition: Moved  Score: 5/10

It's always a shame to see a toppled and moved trig point. All the hassle of moving it using heavy equipment and it would have only taken an extra ten minutes to dig a new hole to relocate it near the footpath.


Moved 20th Oct 2017  11:01  by Thejenkies

FB Number: S3843  Condition: Moved  Score: 5/10

Had a pleasant walk to this one. Unfortunately the pillar is on its side (FB downwards) and looking in a very sad state. Still accessible on public footpaths at N52 10.254 W2 04.672. Limited views.

S3843 Peopleton on its side ©Thejenkies
S3843 Peopleton from a different angle ©Thejenkies


Moved 31st Jul 2017  10:56  by G1ANQ

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

I was out looking for plumbs and thought I would see if i could find this moved Trig. I parked at Cowsden and hobbled (as my leg still isnt completely better after my slight falling off my bike back on the 14th. July.) It almost rained as well, but i seem to have missed the big load. The Trig is easy enough to find but is in a sad state. I thought it was very apt that on the 100th anniversary of the start of Passchendaele that this trig had also fallen.

Trig Point
Spider


Moved 30th Jul 2017  10:30  by Mickandkim

Gridref: SO 94772 52522   FB Number: S3843  Condition: Moved  Score: 5/10

Drove muddy lane to FP then short walk past concrete dump to gate on left


Moved 11th Feb 2017  00:00  by caroleengel

Gridref: SO 94770 52522   FB Number: Not logged  Condition: Moved  Score: 5/10

Third visit lucky!


Moved 25th Nov 2016  14:46  by dal

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

No change. Strolled from N.


Moved 15th Nov 2016  13:32  by vegibagger

FB Number: S3843  Condition: Moved  Score: 5/10

moved and toppled, FB unfortunately not visible as its against the ground. spider still intact with its chin in the mud

trig ©vegibagger
top chin in the mud©vegibagger
basking in the rain ©vegibagger


Moved 22nd Aug 2016  10:17  by CURRYSCRIM

FB Number: S3843  Condition: Moved  Score: 2/10

I drove up the track and parked opposite the footpath. As reported by previous triggers, the pillar is off the track just past a pile of farm rubble and down by a gate. The spider is still present.

©CURRYSCRIM


Moved 25th May 2016  14:50  by Nekyram

FB Number: S3843  Condition: Moved  Score: 5/10

Walked up the first footpath on the right passed Cowsden Farm. Trig lying facedown in gateway ,just to the left of Footpath


Moved 10th Feb 2016  19:00  by THE CYCLIST

FB Number: S3843  Condition: Moved  Score: 5/10

The second moved and recently re-discovered pillar of the day, having earlier been to Lowans Hill at Redditch. In between a late and much needed lunch stop at a café in Feckenham was very welcome. The lane from the West up to Lower Cowsden Farm is tarred, and after was today cyclable to the footpath. From the opposite way and into the field at the footpath was very muddy from machinery moving manure to a large pile. I had thought of bringing boots anticipating muddy conditions, but decided to risk doing without the weight and volume penalty on the bike. Just managed to pick a dryish and least muddy route to the pillar in my cycling shoes. Pillar easily found. Went on by Pershore and Evesham to stay at Stratford YHA and record my second 100 mile ride of the year.


Moved 29th Dec 2015  15:30  by Lathama

Gridref: SO 92700 52500   FB Number: Not logged  Condition: Moved  Score: 1/10

As its been almost 12 years since I first logged this pillar it seemed a shame [as I was in the area] not to go and have a look at it now that it's been 'rediscovered'. The farmer at Lower Cowsden Farm confirmed that it was the ex-Peopleton pillar. To access the new location, park outside Lower Cowsden Farm [SO945528] and walk eastwards along a farm track. After about 400 metres you will come to another track on your right; this is a public footpath but the footpath sign is on the opposite side of the hedge to where you are standing, so you can't see it until you cross the hedgeline. Walk along the new track across the field for about 200 metres and, when you reach a hedgeline running across the track you will see a gate on your left and that's where the pillar is located. A sorry sight!


Moved 26th Dec 2015  14:27  by CJO

Gridref: SO 94774 52517   FB Number: Not logged  Condition: Moved  Score: 5/10

laying on side blocking gateway. FBFace down..

Peopleton


Moved 25th Dec 2015  07:50  by peregrinus

Gridref: SO 94772 52522   FB Number: Not logged  Condition: Moved  Score: 5/10

Lying in field gateway, with FB face down and inaccessible if present, but chip on one corner and holed brown resin cap seem to match previous descriptions so it's apparently the Peopleton pillar, carted 930m N from its original location, apparently into a different field. Revisited in passing; I previously saw it just a few metres from its original location. Discovered by Geograph user Philip Halling 28 November 2015 http://www.geograph.org.uk/photo/4757460

holed top plug
top bottom R corner is a little chipped
toppled trig
trig in gateway next to PRoW. FB face is on underside. would be a big effort to excavate


Destroyed 27th Apr 2015  00:00  by caroleengel

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

Second visit and after two phone calls and unfulfilled promises to call me back. Spoke to current house owner of ten years who told me the trig is gone and the previous owner, the farmer, has moved away. Conclude destroyed.


Destroyed 20th Aug 2011  11:30  by desperate dan

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

I would stick my neck out and say that this has definitely gone. The crop had been harvested and the hedges trimmed and there was absolutely no chance I missed it unless it had been moved far away. The presence of a brand new house nearby (next to the small wood) and lots of signs of recent "tidying" activity makes me convinced it's gone to trig heaven. A bit of a diappointment as this completed my set of visits to every pillar in Hereford and Worcester (shame on the site for not having Hereford as a seperate county) although there have been a couple I didn't find that were in fact there.


Possibly missing 17th Jan 2009  13:15  by Father Ted

FB Number: Not logged  Condition: Possibly missing  Score: 3/10

Its a long walk in to this one from the village to the south west along the footpaths and then field boundaries. It was therefore particularly dissapointing to confirms Glasyns thoughts that this appears to have gone. There is a farm yard full of machinary capable of moving it not too far away so it may be worth asking there. I drove up to the entrance afterwards but the gate was shut. Alternativly, check on eBay.


Possibly missing 22nd Sep 2008  14:15  by Glaslyn

FB Number: Not logged  Condition: Possibly missing  Score: 1/10

Had re visited to photograph,but there is no sign.Big gap and new fencing where pillar (as I recollect) was.

©Glaslyn


Toppled 9th Nov 2006  14:41  by arranc

Gridref: SO 94500 51600   FB Number: S3843  Condition: Toppled  Score: 5/10

leaning at side of field. moved from its original site


Toppled 8th Oct 2005  13:50  by Glaslyn

Gridref: SO 94500 51600   FB Number: S3843  Condition: Toppled  Score: 5/10

Walked in off lane to West 3 fields but pushed on time so qucker than ROW to East.Slightly leaning ,nestled in corner of field.

©Glaslyn


Toppled 5th Feb 2005  10:25  by mickandshane

FB Number: S3843  Condition: Toppled  Score: 5/10

As Lathama says access is not too difficult to this trig if you follow field margins etc. I think it's been moved slightly from its original position, probably to improve the access between the fields. It is now stood up, leaning slightly, in the corner of two hedges. It has some kind of resin type top which has been pushed through.


Slightly damaged 20th May 2004  14:50  by Lathama

Gridref: SO 94500 51600   FB Number: S3843  Condition: Slightly damaged  Score: 8/10

This is my 200th different log and it's one that has eluded me for some time, being in the very middle of an agricultural no-mans-land. However, on this glorious day I plotted it's downfall in 'The Crown' at Peopleton and, when I finally got out there, it wasn't too difficult. The pillar itself is a bit sad; one top corner is damaged, the holes under the hooks have been filled in; there is a metal plug replacement which has badly corroded and it's leaning slightly and covered in lichen; the concrete base is now 2 feet proud of the soil. However, it's in the corner of three beautiful hedges covered in blossom; the fields are awash with larks and I disturbed a curlew on the way; a buzzard wheeled overhead and the wild flowers were lovely. Beautiful views westwards to Malvern; south to Bredon; east to Cotswolds; north to Clent and Lickey. If you love agricultural Worcestershire on a lovely day, this is a magical spot.


Toppled 8th Sep 2003  12:00  by peregrinus

FB Number: S3843  Condition: Toppled  Score: 5/10

vgc but leaning, apparently relocated 5m W from its former gateway position, now in corner of field



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