Trigpoint: Flask Edge S2132

Flask Edge S2132 395m (1296ft)

Classification: Trigpoint.
OS Grid Ref: SK284788 (10 figure Grid Ref: SK2849278842).
Latitude: 53.3057645, Longitude: -1.5738766, Height: 395 metres (1296 feet)
Site ID: TP2499

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Trigpoint data contributed by John Davis

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Member's Comments...

  • Chris Pearson says...
  • Morning walk to trig and around Blacka Moor from our holiday housesitting down below on Whitelow Lane. So nice we ran the route again in the afternoon -incl the nice steep climb up. Totley railway tunnel, once the 2nd longest tunnel in Britain at 3.5 miles goes under the moors here with a ventilation shaft prominant.Web has stories of people admitting /claiming to have walked through the tunnel as a dare as youths and hiding in the alcoves as train went past- damp and smelling of diesel and frightening! These eastern moors are being managed by a partnership of the National Trust and RSPB -who are funding a dry stone wall to be rebuilt further north than the trig-we chatted to the waller and stroked his dog -he has been working on it alone bit by bit for over a year -using the existing rocks form the wall and chipping them into neater shapes.
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