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TP6623 - Twenty Two Acre
 
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Grid reference :
Type :
Condition :
Destroyed Destroyed
Flush Bracket :
S2548
OSGB36 Station :
TA12/T34
Current use :
none
Historic use :
T:UK waypoint :
TP6623
County :
Humberside
Nearest town :
BARTON-UPON-HUMBER

OSGB36 trig archive spreadsheet - IW
Trig NameOriginal NameNew NameEASTINGNORTHINGHEIGHTORDERTYPE OF MARKComputing DateCLASS OF LEVELLINGDate of LevellingLEVELLING DATUMDESTROYED MARK INDICATORCOMMENTS
Twenty Two AcreTA12/T34TA12T034501686.89421489.9159.6433PILLAR01/06/1950101/06/1956N1Dest 02/79

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There are 10 photos for this trigpoint (view album).

This trigpoint:
Is ranked joint 22689th with 5 other trigs (more).
Has a mean score of 2.71/10 (from 17 logged visits)
Was First logged: 17th Nov 1995
Has never been found intact
Was Last logged: 2nd Apr 2019

Of the 17 logged visits,
1 recorded a location

The error was 125m

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BARTON-UPON-HUMBER BARTON-UPON-HUMBER Barton Waterside Barton Waterside Barton Church Tower St Marys Centre Barton Church Tower St Marys Centre Barton Windmill Apex Barton Windmill Apex dogwalking dogwalking Twenty Two Acre Twenty Two Acre [Zoom In/Out] [Hide Labels]

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Selection of photos for this Pillar.

Humber Bridge from "Trig" field
By haighr01
No Show
By haighr01
A1077 laybys
By haighr01
dark views
©painterman61
A1077 cutting
By Brisey
See 5 more in the album.

Logged Visits:

Destroyed 2nd Apr 2019  09:51  by WanderingSal

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


Destroyed 11th Mar 2019  14:13  by haighr01

FB Number: Not logged  Condition: Destroyed  Score: 3/10

Parked at Water Edge Country Park and had a short walk under the Bridge and along the Humber embankment, before taking lanes to the A1077. Nice view from the highpoint here. Accessed the field above the N side of the road but found nothing so walked past the laybys and back through Barton to the car. Gone.

Humber Bridge from "Trig" field The South Bank Show
A1077 laybys Trig was somewhere down here once
No Show Nothing in field on N side of A1077


Destroyed 1st Jan 2019  16:52  by painterman61

FB Number: Not logged  Condition: Destroyed  Score: 1/10

Its gone believe they took measurements off this one in the making of the humber bridge then destroyed it nice.Scrambled up the bank in the dark two off duty paramedics pulled in for a break in the layby across must have thought i was crazy! PS first crossing of the Humber Bridge for me only 1.50!

dark views ©painterman61


Destroyed 1st Jul 2017  12:20  by eon

FB Number: Not logged  Condition: Destroyed  Score: 2/10

(168) On the A1077 out of Barton. Lay-bys on either side of the road, which came in handy when it came to logging this one.

A1077 looking back towards Barton. ©eon


Destroyed 12th Jan 2017  19:19  by Ant1974

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


Destroyed 17th Feb 2015  00:00  by dogwalking

Gridref: TA 01600 21400   FB Number: Not logged  Condition: Destroyed  Score: 0/10


Destroyed 31st Oct 2013  09:53  by PeteBoggs

FB Number: Not logged  Condition: Destroyed  Score: 1/10

Nothing to see


Destroyed 22nd Sep 2012  17:22  by CJO

FB Number: Not logged  Condition: Destroyed  Score: 4/10

Location was on bank under power lines, North side of road cutting

Twenty Two Acre location


Destroyed 18th Aug 2008  19:35  by asbown

FB Number: Not logged  Condition: Destroyed  Score: 4/10

it's a shame to finish the day with 2 def and 1 poss missing but there is still plenty of concrete to look at in this part of the world.had a great day and plenty of places to come back and look at in more detail at some stage in the future.


Destroyed 12th Apr 2008  11:45  by ted

FB Number: Not logged  Condition: Destroyed  Score: 0/10

Checked the hedgerows in case it had been moved, but no sign of it. Good views across the Humber Estuary from the hilltop. Humber bridge built 1973-1981; trig removed Feb 1979 - so it may well have helped in surveying the construction which ultimately led to its demise - theres gratitude!

Twenty Two Acre Hedge of N side of road


Destroyed 16th Jul 2007  18:09  by Trigpoint Bears

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

(186) Had a brief look round as TomTom indicated a trig around her someplace. Previous logs indicate no need for a return visit.


Destroyed 8th Apr 2005  19:15  by Father Ted

FB Number: Not logged  Condition: Destroyed  Score: 1/10

With safety in mind I parked on a side road on the Barton side of the roundabout only to find that there were laybys on both sides of the road in the cutting where the trig used to be. Never mind, the exercise did me good.


Destroyed 10th Oct 2004  17:03  by Brisey

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

My 1962 (1968 reprint) One-Inch Map shows the trig on the north side of the A1077, but that was before the A15 to the Humber Bridge was built. A junction was required at a lower level so the A1077 is now in a cutting causing the old hedge and trig to be lost. A good view of the bridge can be seen from the field above the cutting.

A1077 cutting


Destroyed 11th Sep 2004  12:00  by peregrinus

FB Number: TP gone  Condition: Destroyed  Score: 5/10

gone, was at jct of hedges, gone from 50k & 25k. Built 25/05/39, destroyed 01/02/79, fb S2548 [OS].


Destroyed 29th May 2004  12:00  by iainmac

FB Number: Not logged  Condition: Destroyed  Score: 0/10

Used GPS and 10 digit grid ref. Gone in cutting where A1077 meets A15 - probably revamped long ago.


Destroyed 24th Feb 2002  09:00  by sleepwalker

FB Number: Not logged  Condition: Destroyed  Score: 2/10

Had a good look around after parking at a convenient lay-by but there was no trace of the pillar which had formerly been here.


Destroyed 17th Nov 1995  00:00  by mickandshane

FB Number: Not logged  Condition: Destroyed  Score: 3/10

Good view of the Humber Bridge from where it was before they built the new relief road. OS FB no was S2548



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