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Re: CUT BENCH MARK

PostedCOLON Sun 24 Sep, 2017 10:59 pm
by Brunel

Re: CUT BENCH MARK

PostedCOLON Wed 27 Sep, 2017 9:31 pm
by Leodian
I knew from old maps that there might be a Bench Mark (BM) here but I had never spotted it on just casual looks. I decided to have a better look when I was in the area on September 26 2017 and to my surprise I spotted the BM despite it being mainly hidden by shrub growth. The BM is on the 'Two Water Lane' building on Water Lane. There has been a BM there since at least 1891 on old maps. From information that I have now found the 'Two Water Lane' is a Grade 11 listed building that was an old warehouse that was converted into offices in 1989. These photos show a close-up of the BM (taken while also holding some of the shrub away) and a view of the shrub covered BM (a bit of that is just visible in about centre). The third photo shows a view of 'Two Water Lane'.
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FoliageCoveringBenchMarkOnTwoWaterLaneBuildingLeedsSept262017..jpg
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Re: CUT BENCH MARK

PostedCOLON Wed 27 Sep, 2017 9:51 pm
by Brunel

Re: CUT BENCH MARK

PostedCOLON Sun 15 Oct, 2017 9:13 pm
by Brunel

Re: CUT BENCH MARK

PostedCOLON Mon 16 Oct, 2017 3:33 pm
by tilly
Hi Brunel you must walk with a permanent stoop looking for cut bench marks keep up the good work.