2012-06-19 52 1
Sourcerer failed to reach the hashpoint about 200 metres north west of Haddiscoe railway station on the Norwich to Lowestoft (Norfolk, UK) line and 58 metres south west of the public access road.
Sourcerer expects to be there at about 17:00 to 17:30, making a small diversion off his commute home. He could certainly get to within 70 metres, on a public road, and depending on the livestock or crop in the agricultural field, he might reach the actual point which is on the field edge.
 Expedition - Failed
The hashpoint could easily have been reached but it would have involved a trespass into a field of rather active bullocks. So it's coordinates not reached, no public access although I got within 56 metres. However it was an interesting location and a pleasant evening to be out and about. A light aircraft flew quite low over the hashpoint. I wonder if his or her report will appear here? The location was close to the railway and river Waveney. All very nice apart from the photo of the car crushed by a train at the rail crossing.
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