All Hill Details & GPS Waypoint

Monk Bretton 119m (390ft)

Summit Feature: No feature: ground by track c 60m N of trig point
Classification: Hill Trigpoint, P30 Tump.
OS Grid Ref: SE359078 (10 figure Grid Ref: SE3594707825).
UK Area: 36 - Lancashire, Cheshire & the Southern Pennines (OS Maps 1:50k 110,111. 1:25k 278N.)
Latitude: 53.565831, Longitude: -1.458732, Height: 119 metres (390 feet)
Prominence: 36 metres (118 feet)
Unique Waypoint POI Name: 0119.- (DoBIH Hill ID: 16832)

Associated Parent Hill:
   Black Hill (582m, p165)

Associated Trigpoint:
  TP4248 'Monk Bretton' Grid Ref: SE3596007760 Separation: 66m from Hill grid ref.

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Member's Comments on Monk Bretton...

  • Chris Pearson says...
  • Trig artistically painted yellow and blue -photo on trigpointing uk. The medieval village cross, today known as the ‘Butter Cross’ had the go ahead in 2011 for a traffic island to protect it. Monk Bretton Colliery opened in 1870, extracting coal from the Barnsley Seam. The colliery was modernised on nationalisation and pit head baths, which still stand today, were opened.The nearby cemetery is contains the grave of former Barnsley, Manchester United and England striker Tommy Taylor, who was killed in the Munich air disaster on 6 February 1958.
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alan caine Andrew Brown bramley buspass Carole Chris Pearson citygent cjo craftinessa Dugswell2 Earby Rambler glynspencer Griefmiester Johnny2503 oakesave PeteBoggs psychocrawler rhw slateloose stevent0809 swampysean Ted Richards The RockKnocker THE SNAPPERS wrose

 

Total = 1 Monk Bretton hills
Data courtesy of the Database of British and Irish Hills