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Beacon Brow (Walney) 25m (82ft)

Summit Feature: No feature: gorse
Classification: Hill Trigpoint*, Island Summit, Hardy, SIB.
OS Grid Ref: SD173690 (10 figure Grid Ref: SD1732069026).
UK Area: 34 - Southern Cumbria (OS Maps 1:50k 96. 1:25k OL6S.)
Latitude: 54.110448, Longitude: -3.266172, Height: 25 metres (82 feet)
Prominence: 25 metres (82 feet)
Unique Waypoint POI Name: 0025.- (DoBIH Hill ID: 19088)

Associated Trigpoint:
  TP0338 'Beacon Brow'* Grid Ref: SD1748269085 Separation: 172m from Hill grid ref.
  * This trigpoint may have been reported missing or destroyed


External Links for Beacon Brow (Walney):
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Data courtesy of the Database of British and Irish Hills

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Beacon Brow (Walney) Hill List & GPS Waypoints:

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  • '0025.-' SD173690 Beacon Brow (Walney) (25m, p25)
  • * This trigpoint may have been reported missing or destroyed

Member's Comments on Beacon Brow (Walney)...

  • Chris Pearson says...
  • Summit is in a large gorse and bramble thicketclose to the golf course shed and bricked up old coastguard lookout tower.Good views out to the various offshore wind farms including the Walney wind farm with 102 turbines = largest offshore wind far in the world in 2012 when it was constructed in just 5 months. Claimed to be enough to provide electricity needs for up to 320,000 homes over a year.
  • jonglew says...
  • OS record this trig pillar destroyed Mar 1956
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Beacon Brow (Walney) has been climbed by...

alan caine bramley buspass Chris Pearson chrisd101 cjo Dugswell2 Griefmiester jonglew lonesome_cowboy_burt Margaret nordicstar Peebs PeteBoggs rhw stevent0809 tithrogel 2011

 

Total = 1 Beacon Brow (Walney) hills
Data courtesy of the Database of British and Irish Hills