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Found it NIBBO found "Meridian" Markers (Locked)

Saturday, June 19, 2004

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N 51° 38.921 W 000° 00.105

This marker is located at the top of an area known as "The Quick", part of the Scout Association Headquarters Campsite at Gilwell Park, Chingford NE London. This area was heaving with Cubs earlier in the day attending the Medieval Funday 200. On the Meridian Line,daffodil bulbs have been planted by Cubs, however I have never been there at the right time to see them.
The longitude with all the zeros was found some 150 yards east of this position.
Datum used WGS64
TFTC, Cheers Nibbo

[This entry was edited by NIBBO on Wednesday, July 07, 2004 at 4:01:53 PM.]

The Meridian PostPost at the top of "The Quick", the car tyre at the bottom having been placed there to afford some protection. The structure at thr top right is the end support of an aerial runway. This was one of five constructed for the Funday.

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Meridian Plate on top of post. log image Meridian Plate on top of post.

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