The CC Trig Point bagger thread, now incorporating other interesting geographs

Bobby Mhor

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Out and about today and saw this,
the blue bin was hiding it,
random stop to check the roadside farm building

nr Letham, Stirlingshire
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biggs682

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Perhaps there's a guerrilla bench marker out there!?!?
No i think i was stupid enough to think they would all be at roughly the same height ie between 18" and 36" but they get done at all different heights .

Spotted another one this afternoon whilst driving so will bag that one over the weekend if poss ^_^
 

biggs682

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Spotted another one this afternoon whilst driving so will bag that one over the weekend if poss ^_^
Here it is

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In Irchester just opposite the Methodist church .

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And then another local one I have ridden past loads just outside Wymington on the first railway bridge.

Just think yesterday the Flying Scotsman went over the same bridge .
 
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Phaeton

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Oop North (ish)
Not as bad as



We Pivot around your knowledge
 
Doncaster Road A638
Crofton
(near the Redbeck Transport Café)

The line carries the Pontefract (Tanshelf, & Monkhill), Featherstone, Streethouse, line into Wakefield KirkGate

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Mark is to the right hand abutment
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No picture of it, but the white house in the background is by the bushes on the left
(map below picture)
https://www.geograph.org.uk/photo/455717
 
Oakenshaw Lane
Roughly 1/2 mile south-east of the previous image; Agbrigg Road, spanning the same line

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Wakefield WestGate, & Agbrigg Station, to the left
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https://www.geograph.org.uk/photo/367282


And, to the right, there's this combination;
Now only carrying a single-track, carrying a once a week (or was....) train to Redfearns Glass, at Monk Bretton, at Barnsley

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The bridge to the left; https://www.geograph.org.uk/photo/3247149
 

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Gate-Post
Heath village (1)
Kirkthorpe Lane
Off the A645 (Wakefield - Normanton road)



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Looking back towards Heath
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Almost every house in the village has a name, but I'm not sure of this one?
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It's to the left corner; https://www.geograph.org.uk/photo/3939938



1. As far as I'm aware, every house in the village has some kind of preservation order/listing to its credit
It's an entire 'Conservation Village'

https://britishlistedbuildings.co.uk/england/warmfield-cum-heath-wakefield#.XRjdg3dFzIV
http://www.heathresidentsassociation.co.uk/history/heath-village

The pub up there, is (or was) still gas-lit!!
http://thekingsarmsheath.co.uk/
 
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