There are 21 photos for this trigpoint (view album).
Is ranked joint 4793rd with 36 other trigs (more).
Has a mean score of 5.67/10 (from 12 logged visits)
Was First logged: 9th Sep 2010
Has never been found intact
Was Last logged: 12th Mar 2018
Of the 12 logged visits,
6 recorded a location and of these....
All were within 180m
The average error was 38m
1 was exact
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12th Mar 2018 00:00 by Sharp
FB Number: Not logged Condition: Moved Score: 6/10
25th Feb 2017 00:00 by caroleengel
Gridref: SP 77414 77628 FB Number: Not logged Condition: Moved Score: 5/10
As described below. Make sure you bag Harrington North whilst there
3rd Sep 2016 08:58 by CJO
Gridref: SP 77417 77617 FB Number: GONE Condition: Moved Score: 5/10
On its side in a large concrete bunded area to south of concrete buildings. FB missing from pillar
23rd Aug 2016 17:57 by THE CYCLIST
FB Number: Not logged Condition: Toppled Score: 5/10
I had intended to walk from the road to the East at the airfield memorial stone, but the field contains a bean crop. Headed South and left bike at fenced road maintenance compound at junction with road to Draughton at SP776771. To the left of this compound a well used unofficial footpath leads to the Southernmost of the Thor launch sites. The pillar is at the very (Southern) end of the debris filled pit.
21st Aug 2016 10:05 by Chris9870
FB Number: Not logged Condition: Moved Score: 5/10
Great find, thanks to the people before for the brilliant instructions. First Project Emily trigs we have ever seen and we get two together. Details are as previous logs. Amazing how much of the Thor implacements are still there. I had thought they were all destroyed years ago.
22nd Feb 2013 13:14 by asbown
Gridref: SP 77395 77635 FB Number: Not logged Condition: Toppled Score: 6/10
28th May 2012 19:30 by Griefmiester
FB Number: Not logged Condition: Moved Score: 7/10
Moved and Toppled - Agreed! Great Find - I parked at the end of the bridleway to the South then up an over field (through tractor ruts) to concrete wasteland - pillar lying on its side in drain thing, still at least it is still around, intersting area lots of history.
6th May 2012 16:06 by dal
FB Number: Not logged Condition: Toppled Score: 6/10
Again congratulations on this find. I also found one of the near-by bolts (numbered 17/6).
8th May 2011 11:49 by peregrinus
Gridref: SP 77414 77631 FB Number: Not logged Condition: Toppled Score: 7/10
Harrington South - great find by Paul Bellamy. Lying in shallow nettly concrete tank, with spider removed; scar on one face presumably means a removed FB although the 4th face is inaccessible. No FB number on record apparently. 178m due E of original location. A Quail heard calling nearby was an added bonus.
6th May 2011 19:00 by P Bellamy
Gridref: SP 77413 77620 FB Number: Not logged Condition: Toppled Score: 5/10
Moved and toppled pillar, dumped on its side in the LOX Tank pit on the southernmost Thor launch emplacement. Flush Bracket crudely removed, top damaged and spider missing. Plenty of other numbered Thor-era Survey Bolts to be found on the adjacent launch emplacements too.
Location Looking up the Liquid Oxygen Tank pit of the southern Thor Launch Emplacement to the missile holdfast and blast walls. Trig in foreground.
Bolt I7/P2 Central LE, missile launch centreline position
Bolt I7/5 Southern LE, Short-range Electrotheodolite platform.
18th Apr 2011 06:50 by Dusty
FB Number: Not logged Condition: Couldn't find it Score: 5/10
9th Sep 2010 18:30 by peregrinus
Gridref: SP 77245 77568 FB Number: Not logged Condition: Destroyed Score: 6/10
Project Emily Site #17. 50m into an arable field, harvested and recently ploughed at time of visit: no trace of pillar. Harrington North at SP 77224 77926 same story. Several large and quite well preserved Project Thor missile base related mass concrete structures are nearby but the runways been broken up with the exception of a concrete road / taxiway with the N-S bridleway follows. Plenty of old concrete around, much of it being drainage pipe surrounds (a feature familar to Emily-hunters). The trigs may be lurking in vegetation but I assume they were taken away with the main runway debris. They are certainly not where they should be - no surprise having looked at aerial mapping some time ago. No FB number on record for either pillar, it seems.