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    Sagina nivalis Guest

    Default St Kilda trigs

    I've just added a Bolt found by chance while there in Sept:
    Mullach Sgar: http://www.trigpointinguk.com/trigs/...ils.php?t=7548

    Checking the OS trig archive, there are (or were) ten assorted trig points on this small remote island.

    2 others in NF0998: Clash na Bearnaich and Na h-Eagan (the latter destr 1965).

    Someone also described what sounded like a Bolt on The Cambir at NW end of Hirta, while we were there in Sept, although I didn't happen to notice it when I was there and the OS archive lists nothing in NA0700 or 0701.

    Other Bolts listed in the OS archive are at NF0999 (West end of Base); NF1099 (East end of Base and Oiseval);

    Claigeann Mor http://www.trigpointinguk.com/trigs/...ils.php?t=7508

    St Kilda S8820 http://www.trigpointinguk.com/trigs/...ils.php?t=6131

    2 other trigs also also listed near the pillar in square NA0900: Conachair (rivet) and Mullach Mor (bolt)
    Last edited by Sagina nivalis; 28th October 2009 at 10:56 PM.

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    All visited points now added to POI file.

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    Sagina nivalis Guest

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    Quote Originally Posted by agentmancuso View Post
    All visited points now added to POI file.
    But not the unvisited ones? Why not cast the net a bit wider?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sagina nivalis View Post
    But not the unvisited ones? Why not cast the net a bit wider?
    Some people (i.e. Mrs Mancuso) are of the opinion that the net is damn' well wide enough as it is.hmy:

    In any case, the end result would be (more or less? or exactly?) the OSDB Trig Archive now available in two formats at trigonomy.

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