|OSGB36 trig archive spreadsheet - IW|
|Trig Name||Original Name||New Name||EASTING||NORTHING||HEIGHT||ORDER||TYPE OF MARK||Computing Date||CLASS OF LEVELLING||Date of Levelling||LEVELLING DATUM||DESTROYED MARK INDICATOR||COMMENTS|
|Caesars Camp||SU77/T203||SU77T203||483747.27||150186.52||0.000||3||FLAGSTAFF||01/06/1955||0||1||Dest 11/74|
|Caesars Camp||SU77/T203||SU77T203||483742.27||150236.02||0.000||3||BURIED BLK||01/06/1951||0||0|
There are 8 photos for this trigpoint (view album).
Is ranked joint 4911th with 54 other trigs (more).
Has a mean score of 5.67/10 (from 6 logged visits)
Was First logged: 29th Dec 2011
Has never been found intact
Was Last logged: 16th Jun 2019
Of the 6 logged visits,
2 recorded a location and of these....
All were within 0m
The average error was 0m
2 were exact
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|Selection of photos for this Buried Block.|
See 2 more in the album.
16th Jun 2019 23:08 by Ant1974
FB Number: Not logged Condition: Inaccessible Score: 5/10
18th Mar 2018 11:41 by TrigJS
FB Number: Not logged Condition: Couldn't find it Score: 9/10
Couldn't find the buried block and will need to come back with some tools at a later date to try again. Flagstaff destroyed. Great views and easy to understand why the OS chose this location as a trig point. Revisit - 28 December 2018 at 1140 - previously Iíd been at the National Archives in Kew completing some other research and I took the opportunity the source the original OS file for the trig point with the hope that the station diagram (see photos) would help with finding the block. However much has changed since the OS 1974 visit and I still couldnít find the block. I did try using a long bladed screwdriver to find the block but the ground is gravely and stony and it didnít help. I expect the only way this trig point will be found if somebody returns with a survey grade GNSS with real time corrections in order to pin point where to dig.
TP7905 The trig point is located somewhere around here.
TP7905 View to north from the trig point.
TP7905 Revisit - no snow but still no success in finding the block.
TP7905 1950 OS station diagram sourced from National Archives.
TP7905 1974 OS station diagram sourced from National Archives.
16th Aug 2015 11:10 by Trigpoint100
FB Number: Not logged Condition: Couldn't find it Score: 6/10
Still securely buried somewhere. Was probably sitting on top of it on the bench, enjoying a short tea stop and panoramic views over N Hampshire on a lovely sunny morning.
23rd Jul 2012 18:44 by Griefmiester
Gridref: SU 83742 50236 FB Number: Not logged Condition: Inaccessible Score: 2/10
Walked over from Bricksbury Hill - Great location with amazing views - Being buried i will have to go with Inaccessible - it looks like it might under the bench in my image.
4th Feb 2012 07:43 by Trigger
FB Number: Not logged Condition: Couldn't find it Score: 5/10
29th Dec 2011 15:00 by Trigpoint100
Gridref: SU 83742 50236 FB Number: Not logged Condition: Couldn't find it Score: 7/10
According to the OS trig database, a buried block, not destroyed, comp year 1951, so perhaps the replacement for trig on nearby Bricksbury Hill? OS database also records an adjacent flagstaff, destroyed 1974. Excellent Iron Age double walled hill fort (Scheduled Ancient Monument) - panoramic views both north across Farnborough (great airshow viewing spot) and south to N Downs, wonderful place even on a very grey day.