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TP5809 - Sands Of Forvie
 
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Grid reference :
Type :
Condition :
Good Good condition
Flush Bracket :
S7237
OSGB36 Station :
NK03/T26
Current use :
none
Historic use :
T:UK waypoint :
TP5809
County :
Grampian Region
Nearest town :
ELLON

OSGB36 trig archive spreadsheet - IW
Trig NameOriginal NameNew NameEASTINGNORTHINGHEIGHTORDERTYPE OF MARKComputing DateCLASS OF LEVELLINGDate of LevellingLEVELLING DATUMDESTROYED MARK INDICATORCOMMENTS
Sands Of ForvieNK03/T26NK03T026402282.06827822.4757.3023PILLAR01/06/1953201/06/1953N0

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There are 13 photos for this trigpoint (view album).

This trigpoint:
Is ranked joint 3524th with 34 other trigs (more).
Has a mean score of 5.95/10 (from 20 logged visits)
Was First logged: 30th Jul 2001
Was Last logged: 1st Jan 2019

Of the 20 logged visits,
4 recorded a location and of these....

All were within 9m
The average error was 4m
1 was exact

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Good condition 1st Jan 2019  12:30  by Mickandkim

Gridref: NK 02282 27822   FB Number: S7237  Condition: Good  Score: 6/10

Nice walk from CP to N


Good condition 16th Jul 2018  15:45  by Borderer

FB Number: S7237  Condition: Good  Score: 6/10

From the lovely village of Collieston. Well defined tracks and accurate with OS 1:50000 map right to the pillar.

©Borderer


Good condition 3rd Apr 2017  12:09  by sky high boys

FB Number: S7237  Condition: Good  Score: 6/10

Quality spot


Good condition 21st Jan 2017  17:18  by thejackrustles

FB Number: S7237  Condition: Good  Score: 5/10

Probably best not tackled at dusk but hey that's what happened, easy track most of the way - last 300m not as easy but it was dark by then! Overall not bad.

Sands Of Forvie selfie Trig is there honest!©thejackrustles
Sands Of Forvie collage


Good condition 17th Jun 2016  14:55  by monkeydestructor

FB Number: S7237  Condition: Good  Score: 7/10

Parked in the carpark to the south west of the trig and followed a track most of the way. A long tough walk as the track was waterlogged with all the recent rain. Low cloud meant not much of a view.

Sands Of Forvie ©monkeydestructor


Good condition 8th Jun 2016  16:14  by Walker Dan

FB Number: S7237  Condition: Good  Score: 3/10

A tedious walk in from the north. Missed the fork in the path and had to backtrack. Mrs Dan expected some nice sand and dunes here, all we saw were grassed over dunes and the sea was nowhere near. We had walked in from the north and then tried to park the motorhome in the southern car park to see some sand dunes, but this car park has height restrictions so we gave up as a "bad job".


Good condition 14th May 2016  13:39  by gerryu2

FB Number: Not logged  Condition: Good  Score: 9/10

P97. Parked at NNR car park with handy toilets then just followed wee tracks through the dunes until one went to the pillar. A pretty straightforward walk in a stunning location.



Good condition 13th Feb 2016  14:20  by thecioch

Gridref: NK 02280 27815   FB Number: Not logged  Condition: Good  Score: 5/10

©thecioch


Not Logged 19th Jul 2014  20:18  by pricklyangelduo

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

found while doing the walk rounds the sands of Forvie


Not Logged 12th Jan 2013  11:58  by joeythecat

Gridref: NK 02280 27813   FB Number: S7237  Condition: Not Logged  Score: 5/10


Good condition 25th Dec 2012  15:04  by ProSpec

Gridref: NK 02282 27824   FB Number: S7237  Condition: Good  Score: 5/10

Walked in from the Waterside car park and returned via the cliffs and Forvie Church remains.

Top of trig pillar.


Good condition 20th Dec 2011  21:50  by trigem

FB Number: S7237  Condition: Good  Score: 7/10

Nice spot giving panoramic views of the Sands of Forvie nature Reserve. A snow-covered Tap O' Noth visible in the distance.


Good condition 15th Aug 2010  14:00  by aeh39

FB Number: S7237  Condition: Good  Score: 5/10

Clearly not visited by triggers - had to do some positive gardening to get at the FB. A bit confusing to get to since the paths are designed to avoid the middle of the nature reserve and the one marked onthe map doesn't seem to exist any more. Spider plug still in place as well.


Not Logged 26th Apr 2010  14:00  by egtonio

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


Not Logged 27th Jul 2009  21:14  by melch

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


Not Logged 1st Jan 2009  18:26  by Superfi

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

Previous log


Good condition 20th Oct 2008  12:00  by peregrinus

FB Number: S7237  Condition: Good  Score: 6/10

vgc, metal cap, deep letters, grassy summit of stable dunes, nice coast view. From WSW, car park, track forks off at 011269 and is easy to follow, trig visible from 500m away.


Not Logged 5th Apr 2006  16:00  by Sealf4

FB Number: Not logged  Condition: Not Logged  Score: 7/10

The date of my first visit is lost to me. I lived close by and was a regular visitor to Forvie NNR as well as a volunteer there over a 10 year period. I remeber the trig point being in good condition but don't have any photos


Good condition 28th Feb 2005  12:00  by iainmac

FB Number: S7237  Condition: Good  Score: 7/10

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Good condition 30th Jul 2001  14:07  by Clochandighter

FB Number: S7237  Condition: Good  Score: 10/10

Trig pillar in good condition. Spider retains OS plug with stamped lettering. Flush bracket faces west. Sands of Forvie is a beautiful nature reserve. An outstanding beach-dune complex has developed over the last 4,000 years, forming one of the largest areas of blown sand in Scotland. Yet the OS found that the highest point had ground solid enough to build a trig on. Visited and photographed 30/07/2001, GRP.

S7237 - Sands of Forvie. Nature reserve.



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