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Flush Bracket OSBM 2710: Stantonhill, 68 Fackley Road   

Flush Bracket on N.W. corner of house on S. side of road, 4 chains W. from N. end of New Lane, Stantonhill [2GL].

Location
Grid reference: SK 48579 60778.
Landranger 120: Mansfield & Worksop, Sherwood Forest.
Explorer 269: Chesterfield & Alfreton.
Structure: Private house.
Waypoint: FB2710.

Neighbouring Flush Brackets
S8483 Sutton Colliery 543.66m to the southwest.
S9100 Teversal, Church 1.15km to the north.
S8481 Silverhill Colliery 1.84km to the northwest.
2709 Skegby, 380 Mansfield Road 2.00km to the east.
S8484 Sutton-in-Ashfield, Penn Street 2.07km to the southeast.
The nearest fundamental bench mark is Matlock, 17.86km to the west.

Second Geodetic Levelling, England & Wales (1912-21)
This flush bracket was used during the Second geodetic levelling, England & Wales, and was levelled with a height of 536.6900 feet [163.5831 metres] above mean sea level (Newlyn datum). It was included on the Hibaldstow to Matlock levelling line. The surveyor's description was Flush Bracket on N.W. corner of house on S. side of road, 4 chains W. from N. end of New Lane, Stantonhill.

Logged Visits
Visited on 31st August 2014 by cjo. Condition: Damaged.
owner unaware of FB existence but readily joined in the search. Painted black on black background covered in dust and grime. half buried.

Visited on 8th February 2006 by Erewash. Grid reference: SK 485 607. Condition: Damaged.

Visited on 16th February 2005 by iainmac. Grid reference: SK 485 607. Condition: Damaged.
Private House.
Photo at https://www.flickr.com/photos/31914013@N05/30096711266/in/dateposted-public/

Visited on 15th January 2005 by RHW. Grid reference: SK 485 607. Condition: Good.
Stantonhill- 68 Fackley Rd. on W face, c. 0.5m from NW cnr. Half-buried in concrete, nums not visible, thickly painted, 2710 from OS 2GL transcript.

Visited on 30th August 2004 by RodS. Grid reference: SK 48579 60778. Condition: Damaged.
Stantonhill, 68 Fackley Road (B6014). FB heavily painted over, and lower half buried in concrete.
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