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Patrington Fundamental Bench Mark   

"The FBM is situated in the garden of Canada House Farm on the south side of Church Lane, Patrington, 1.1m south from wall and 3.7m west from outbuilding".

Grid reference: TA 3155 2249.
Landranger 107: Kingston upon Hull, Beverley & Driffield.
Landranger 113: Grimsby, Louth & Market Rasen.
Explorer 284: Grimsby, Cleethorpes & Immingham.
Explorer 292: Withernsea & Spurn Head.
GPS network passive station: H1TA3122.
Waypoint: TP7184.

Neighbouring Flush Brackets
G4659 Holmwood Farm 1.43km to the southwest.
G4660 Bleak House Farm Cottages 2.78km to the southwest.
G4485 Hollym, St. Nicholas's Church 4.01km to the northeast.
G4661 Brick Road, New Cottages 4.57km to the southwest.
G4490 Withernsea, Tythe Barn 5.43km to the northeast.
The nearest fundamental bench mark is Immingham, 15.90km to the southwest.

Third Geodetic Levelling, England & Wales (1950-68)
This fundamental bench mark was used during the Third geodetic levelling, England & Wales, and was levelled with a height of 57.5899 feet [17.5534 metres] above mean sea level (Newlyn datum). It was included on the Immingham to Patrington and Patrington to Flamborough levelling lines.

Logged Visits
Visited on 15th April 2017 by Dugswell2. Grid reference: TA 3155 2249. Condition: Good.
Looking very good in the cleared garden of number 22 Church Lane, less than 20 metres from the front door. I asked to view the FBM and bagged before Rob Woodall.

Visited on 4th October 2011 by Dusty. Condition: Destroyed.

Visited on 14th November 2010 by andykapp. Condition: Probably destroyed.
Did a complete inspection of this FBM in the 1970s. The owner of the house was a bit uptight with it being dug up and inspected, anyway my field assistant and myself did it. What was/is unusual about this FBM was that the two points, bolt and piece of flint, in the chamber were not keyed to bedrock but to the gravel bed
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