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Edited Aug 15, 2017, 20:26
Re: Calling Drew
Aug 15, 2017, 20:21
drewbhoy wrote:
tiompan wrote:
It's not mentioned on the 6 inch to the mile 1888-1913 map .
But it is on the one inch 1955-61.

An increase in the number of more recent grouse butts , and the relatively new land rover ? track is adjacent too .
The nearest grouse butt is less than 400 metres away .

It looks like the trig point has had the cairn built around it .
http://www.geograph.org.uk/photo/728178


Hello George, hope you are deein fine :-) Looking at the footprint could the trig be built on top of the cairn and stones, from the cairn, built round it?




Hello Drew ,
Deein' fine , yersel?

Sorry , blethering shite .
The cairn and trig point are on the 1888 six inch map ,but the cairn isn't on the 1843 six inch map .
Difficult to be sure from the pics ,although the base of the trig point looks like it is on the "natural " .
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