2011-04-09 52 1
A few metres off the A140 in a road-repair gravel dump between Brome and Yaxley a few miles south of Diss, Norfolk, UK.
Neil found the hashpoint easily enough diverting less than five miles on yet another trip to France. Looking at Google Earth, there was clearly a mystery "feature" at the hashpoint. On arrival, it turned out to be piles of gravel for road surfacing and other piles of mixed stuff stripped off other roads prior to resurfacing. There was a short gated access road where it was possible to park. The gate prevented vehicular access but it was simple enough to walk round the end of it. There was no work going on and there were no no-entry signs. The hashpoint was only a few metres away. It was an absolutely wonderful sunny spring morning, ideal for viewing gravel piles. But that is the joy of geohashing. You never know what you might find.
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