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Flush Bracket OSBM G886: Dundee, Tay Centre Hotel   

S face of building, 30' from SW angle, N side of Dock Street, Dundee [2GL]; Tay Hotel, SE face, 7.1m from S angle - Tay Centre Hotel, Dundee DD1.

Location
Grid reference: NO 4033 3003.
Landranger 54: Dundee & Montrose, Forfar & Arbroath.
Landranger 59: St Andrews, Kirkcaldy & Glenrothes.
Explorer 380: Dundee & Sidlaw Hills.
Structure: Pub / Hotel.
Waypoint: FBG886.

Neighbouring Flush Brackets
G887 Dundee, Magdalen Yard Road 819.33m to the west.
G4217 Dundee, Wallace Street 1.12km to the northeast.
G4104 Dundee, Craigie 2.50km to the northeast.
G4103 Dundee, Arborath Road 3.63km to the northeast.
G888 Wormit Station 3.83km to the south.
The nearest fundamental bench mark is St Andrews, 20.03km to the southeast.

Second Geodetic Levelling, Scotland (1936-52)
This flush bracket was used during the Second geodetic levelling, Scotland, and was levelled with a height of 15.7210 feet [4.7918 metres] above mean sea level (Newlyn datum). It was included on the Arbirlot to Tay Bridge levelling line. The surveyor's description was S face of building, 30' from SW angle, N side of Dock Street, Dundee.

Third Geodetic Levelling, Scotland (1956-68)
This flush bracket was used during the Third geodetic levelling, Scotland. It was included on the Arbirlot to St Andrews levelling line.

Logged Visits
Visited on 5th April 2015 by iainmac. Condition: Destroyed.
May perhaps still be there under new cladding.
Photo at https://www.flickr.com/photos/31914013@N05/16863913108/in/photostream/

Visited on 24th September 2006 by coineanach. Condition: Destroyed.
Had to stand on traffic roundabout to get distance shot of building

Visited on 21st June 2006 by iainmac. Grid reference: NO 4034 3002. Condition: Good.
Photo at https://www.flickr.com/photos/31914013@N05/17051028281/

Visited on 15th September 1998 by clochandighter. Grid reference: NO 403 300. Condition: Good.
Tay Centre Hotel, Dundee DD1. Chance find in 1995. Photographed 15/09/1998 GRP.
Reported c2013 as having been cladded over during a tacky modernisation project.
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