Hartwith Trig Point

Hartwith Trig Point

The Hartwith trig point is located on a small hill in Nidderdale above the village of Darley. It was built in 1954 as part of the third order of trig points.

Station Name: Hartwith
OSGB36 No: SE38T041
Date Built: 29th March 1954
Levelling Date: 1st September 1955
Historic Use: 3rd order
Current Use: None
Height (m): 191.475
Flush Bracket: S7662
TUK Ref No: TP3659
Grid Ref: SE210610
OS Map: 298
No. of Visits: 1

The trig point can be easily reached from the bridleway that leads from the B6165 to the small hamlet of Hartwith. The trig point sits in a grassy sheep pasture with clumps of gorse nearby. It is not in the best condition and looks like something has taken a bite out of the top of it.

Gorse bushes on the north side of the Hartwith trig point
Gorse bushes on the north side of the Hartwith trig point

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