Discussion in 'General Cycling Discussions' started by Drago, 19 Mar 2017.
A couple of utility marker's in Walgrave one each side of a drive
Another pic of one of @biggs682 previous mileposts.
And a BM on the Three Cranes, in Turvey.
Is that what the milepost looks like in the daylinght
Never spotted the one on the Three Cranes Before well done @PeteXXX
Top of Box Hill. I had a look round the fort, a few hundred metres away, incase I could spot a WD marker like I found the other day on Reigate Hill but no luck. It's the next in the chain of London Defence Positions.
Any point in reporting a visit to one, but failed to find?
Catherine Slack, near Queensbury. Recorded as a surface block. But to date no reports on the trigpointing site of it being located. "Landowner" has a weird sense of "fun", allowed on but then dog was let loose.
That's why you always use a lump of a branch or use a stout walking stick when in unknown places.
Quite a few DNF's over the TP UK and BenchMark site, I reckon I'm 30% success rate (being generous) on what I've looked for and I've used GPS
A "double" from yesterday. A Georgian freestanding double post box. Outside the Post Office in Bradford.
a personalised post office box?
Old Foundry building
Charlestown Road, Yay or Nay.
In roughly the right location on the Eastern wall of the what was the goods yard between two local stations.
Not sure it counts as "historic", but outside the Town Hall, main entrance, Crossley Street.
A couple of post box's from this morning's ride
One in Upper Dean and the other in Lower Dean . And one including a red phone box and a water hydrant I think that's what the black thing is in the middle.
Shame this thread wasn’t running when I rode up Box Hill!
A sad and lonely cast iron Boundary post next to the Sunnyside pub, Northampton, spotted on today’s ride.
Biggs riding an alloy framed bike? You feeling OK matey?
Yep it's an alloy @Drago and i actually do enjoy riding it and will be sorry when it sells
Took a wee wander through Greenock, snagged two
Greenock, Cemetery Entrance wall
Greenock, Bank St
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