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The Hawes 49m (161ft)

Summit Feature: No feature: pasture (Survey: obvious summit)
Classification: P30 Tump.
OS Grid Ref: SD093861 (10 figure Grid Ref: SD0935886113).
Lake District Area: Southern Fells (OS Maps 1:50k 96. 1:25k OL6S.)
Latitude: 54.26263, Longitude: -3.393077, Height: 49 metres (161 feet)
Prominence: 34 metres (112 feet)
Unique Waypoint POI Name: 0049.- (DoBIH Hill ID: 16343)

Associated Parent Hill:
   Black Combe (600m, p362)

External Links for The Hawes:
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Data courtesy of the Database of British and Irish Hills

Selected mapping: Google or Bing / Ordnance Survey

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Member's Comments on The Hawes...

  • Chris Pearson says...
  • 2/4/15 Silecroft to Bootle on a rare calm sunny day with L & Darren. The nearby railway carried / carries nuclear reprocessing flask to Sellafield. In 1945 a goods train carrying 52 depth charges exploded violently south of Bootle station creating a hole 50 feet deep. The crew had performed heroics when noticing the wagon on fire(a spark from the engine?) They got the train clear of the station and uncoupled those wagons on fire. The guard went ahead to lay detonators to warn oncoming trains whilst the driver went back to fight the fire when the massive explosion happened killing him and shattering windows back at Bootle station and village. Today the level crossing gates at the station are still opened and closed by hand by a signalman.
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The Hawes has been climbed by...

alan caine Chris Pearson chrisd101 Colin Crawford Dugswell2 nordicstar Peebs rhw Ronnie Bowron

 

Total = 1 The Hawes hills
Data courtesy of the Database of British and Irish Hills