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Flush Bracket OSBM 1146: Diseworth, Tea Kettle Hall   

Flush Bracket on N. face of cottage, Town End, Diseworth [2GL]; N face of cottage, S side of road, Town End, Diseworth [3GL] - FB reported destroyed 23/03/1976.

Location
Grid reference: SK 45312 24113.
Landranger 129: Nottingham & Loughborough, Melton Mowbray.
Explorer 245: The National Forest.
Structure: Private house.
Waypoint: FB1146.

Neighbouring Flush Brackets
1145 Whartoft Grange 826.91m to the northwest.
1147 Long Whatton, West Barn 1.58km to the east.
1144 Castle Donington, Brooklet Farm 2.12km to the northwest.
1148 Long Whatton, The Falcon Inn 2.62km to the east.
G2374 Middle Merril Grange 2.71km to the southwest.
The nearest fundamental bench mark is Melbourne, 8.88km 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 192.1650 feet [58.5719 metres] above mean sea level (Newlyn datum). It was included on the Melbourne to Waltham on the Wolds levelling line. The surveyor's description was Flush Bracket on N. face of cottage, Town End, Diseworth.

Third Geodetic Levelling, England & Wales (1950-68)
This flush bracket was used during the Third geodetic levelling, England & Wales. It was included on the Waltham on the Wolds to Melbourne levelling line. The surveyor's description was N face of cottage, S side of road, Town End, Diseworth.

Logged Visits
Visited on 1st March 2017 by Dugswell2. Grid reference: SK 45312 24113. Condition: Destroyed.
Already gone.

Visited on 15th August 2009 by ted. Condition: Destroyed.
Overgrown with clutter

Visited on 20th November 2004 by RHW. Condition: Destroyed.
Only house S side of road at E end of village is part rendered and looks too new, nothing suitable N side of road.

Visited on 9th November 2004 by RodS. Grid reference: SK 4531 2411. Condition: Destroyed.
Diseworth, Town End, Tea Kettle Hall. Location verified from old large scale maps. Nothing shown on LandLine. Tea Kettle Hall was demolished some years ago and the site, including the old course of Salter Road, now seems to be a fenced off storage yard for building materials, pending planning permission for development of the site. Have never found anyone on site to ask whether the FB was saved.
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