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TP8370 - Page Bank
 
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Grid reference :
Condition :
Unknown Unknown
OSGB36 Station :
NZ42/T271
Current use :
Historic use :
T:UK waypoint :
TP8370
County :
Durham
Nearest town :
SPENNYMOOR

OSGB36 trig archive spreadsheet - IW
Trig NameOriginal NameNew NameEASTINGNORTHINGHEIGHTORDERTYPE OF MARKComputing DateCLASS OF LEVELLINGDate of LevellingLEVELLING DATUMDESTROYED MARK INDICATORCOMMENTS
Page BankNZ42/T271NZ42T271422989.45536099.2674.4004BLOCK01/06/1989301/06/1989N0GPS HEIGHT 1989
Page BankNZ42/T271NZ42T271422989.50536099.270.0004BLOCK01/06/195701

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This trigpoint:
Is ranked joint 17099th with 15 other trigs (more).
Has a mean score of 3.00/10 (from 1 logged visits)
Was First logged: 5th Aug 2012
Has never been found intact
Was Last logged: 5th Aug 2012

Of the 1 logged visits,
0 recorded a location

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By CJO

Logged Visits:

Couldn't find it 5th Aug 2012  11:20  by CJO

FB Number: Not logged  Condition: Couldn't find it  Score: 3/10

Unusually some extra information is available for this surface block from the OS benchmarks site. NBM PAGE BANK TRIG BLOCK SE SIDE TK 50.3M NE EL POLE. The OS trigmarks site additionally gave the last survey date as GPS HEIGHT 1989. Our efforts concentrated on the grass verge some 8M east of the upright railway track acting as a fence post. The track has had several generations of repairs including a brick base layer, dolomite hardcore base and tarmac cover, this is showing signs of decay and has had a relatively recent top covering of chippings. The grass verge is ~50cm wide. Our measured GPS position and the 50.3M from the electicity pole coincide, however probing only revealed a buried stone and hardlayers resulting from the roads base layer. Possibilities include the block has become incorporated into the edge of the track(maybe a stiff brush may help clear the site) or the block is in the adjacent field, although probing did not give any positive signals in the very soft soil.

location Block is believed to be in the zone mapped out by the spade and probes, note large stone to right which raised our hopes.



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