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Norman's Law Indicator - Fife, Scotland.
Posted by: Groundspeak Regular Member creg-ny-baa
N 56° 22.156 W 003° 07.600
30V E 492175 N 6247186
Quick Description: Indicator to the mountains on the summit of Norman's Law, a small hill of volcanic origins in the northern part of Fife.
Location: Northern Scotland, United Kingdom
Date Posted: 7/9/2018 10:57:40 AM
Waymark Code: WMYQ21
Published By: Groundspeak Premium Member pmaupin
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Long Description:

Norman's Law in the Kingdom of Fife, is a 285 metre high hill overlooking the Firth of Tay to the north. Its craggy summit is of volcanic origin and lies at the extreme eastern end of the Ochil Hills.

On top of its easily reached summit are a cairn, trig pillar, and mountain indicator. The indicator, erected as a memorial in 1997, was designed by Mike Robertson and is a metal plate on a stone plinth. The plate is a square in design and a points the direction of the mountains on the horizon in a quadrant from just south of west to north. The Lomond and Ochil Hills are also pointed out to the south and south-west.

Other inscriptions on the table include the title: 'Panorama of mountains in view from the top of Norman's Law'

'Norman's Law is the site of an iron age fort. The remains of which are protected by law'

'Gifted by his friends in memory of Duncan Wilson 1937-1992.'

The indicator is a few yards north of the pillar and the hill in general can be reached by paths in a number of directions.

Artist / Creator:
Mike Robertson

Location / Access:
Norman's Law summit. Reached from the Fife Coastal Path at Pittachope half a mile to the north.

Date of creation: Not listed

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