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Found it Pharisee found "Meridian" Markers (Locked)

Sunday, October 19, 2003

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Spotted this beside the road as I was driving past. It's just outside the village of Meldreth in Cambridgeshire and was unveiled by Sir Martin Rees on 4th December 1999 (it says on the plaque)
I'm not sure if Huga will accept this one as it appears to be on the WGS84 meridian not the Greenwich meridian. The Legend was set to WGS48 Datum and shows E000 00.000
Thought I chance me arm a bit and log it as a find anyway

[This entry was edited by Pharisee on Monday, October 27, 2003 at 12:09:14 AM.]

The Meldreth Meridian Marker

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