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

Leedsbusdriver

Every breath leaves me one less to my last
Location
West Yorkshire
And a couple of hundred yards behind you is the 'BB' artwork on the side of Woodrups
Off topic,but Woodrups were doing a roaring trade every time I passed it that day. They had a pretty long queue waiting outside.
 

PeteXXX

Cake or ice cream? The choice is endless ...
Location
Hamtun
Nice little stroll around Royston, yesterday, as I was 'working'..

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A lovely old iron bell push, or pull, on the tradesmans entrance to Banyers House.

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Also on Banyers House.

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A hard to spot BM on the old court house.

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The old court house, now a restaurant, the BM is bottom left.

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The old post office, also now a restaurant, has gates and fences made of old GPO bikes!

Not a bad haul on a one mile walk.. 👍🏼
 

classic33

Legendary Member
From up near The Black Dyke Mills Band Ccommemorative Centre.

Methinks they should have used a larger stone. It's a large an ornate "Y" used in the word yards.
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There's something at the base, but unable to make out what is carved on the stone.

It's "next door neighbour"
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Date is 1612 at the base.
Aside from the "T", not able to make outuch of the top.
 
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PeteXXX

Cake or ice cream? The choice is endless ...
Location
Hamtun
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Here's a stone mile post, with Benchmark, on the A11.
I only got the chance to stop momentarily as there was no traffic this evening. Usually, its a racetrack!!
 
During todays 'allowed exercise'
Locals, or those simply familiar with the area, may be able to roughly trace where I rode

3.
(junction with Dicky Sykes Lane)
Brackenhill
Ackworth
Wakefield - Doncaster TurnPike Road
(A638, in present parlance)

Featured before, but on looking at it, there's an eroded 'BM' on the side too
(it looks like one anyway)

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https://www.geograph.org.uk/photo/6076625
It's outside; https://www.geograph.org.uk/photo/4099649
 
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