MON-165B - Laurier, Ferry County, WA
Posted by: Groundspeak Premium Member T0SHEA
N 49° 00.005 W 118° 13.428
11U E 410489 N 5428186
Quick Description: This monument (concrete post) is just east of Highway 395 at the Laurier border crossing and across the highway from its partner, MON 165A.
Location: Washington, United States
Date Posted: 12/25/2012 1:54:49 PM
Waymark Code: WMFZXK
Published By: Groundspeak Premium Member stvanme
Views: 3

Long Description:
USGS:
DESIGNATION - MONUMENT 165 B
PID - TP1326
STATE/COUNTY- WA/FERRY
COUNTRY - US
USGS QUAD -

*CURRENT SURVEY CONTROL
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NAD 83(1991) POSITION- 49 00 00.24593(N) 118 13 25.60598(W) NO CHECK
NAVD 88 ORTHO HEIGHT - 504. (meters) 1654. (feet) SCALED
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GEOID HEIGHT - -16.84 (meters) GEOID12A
LAPLACE CORR - -4.15 (seconds) DEFLEC12A
HORZ ORDER - THIRD

HISTORY - Date Condition Report By
HISTORY - 1932 MONUMENTED IBC
HISTORY - 1964 GOOD IBC
HISTORY - 20030601 GOOD USPSQD
HISTORY - 20080529 GOOD GEOCAC

DESCRIBED BY INTERNATIONAL BOUNDARY COMMISSION 1932 (JGH)
THIS MONUMENT IS AN ORNAMENTAL CONCRETE OBELISK SET IN A PLAIN
CONCRETE BASE. THE SURFACE OF THE OBELISK OR SHAFT IS FINISHED IN
LIGHT - COLORED GRANULAR QUARTZ AGGREGATE, WASHED FREE OF CEMENT SO
THAT THE COLOR AND TEXTURE OF THE COARSE GRANULAR AGGREGATE SHOWS
CLEAN. THE SHAFT IS 6 FEET 6 INCHES IN LENGTH AND PROJECTS 5 TO
5-1/2 FEET ABOVE THE BASE. IT IS 14 INCHES SQUARE AT THE BASE AND
TAPERS TO A CROSS - SECTION OF 8 INCHES SQUARE AT THE TOP, AND IS
CAPPED BY A PYRAMID 4 INCHES IN HEIGHT. IT IS REINFORCED WITH FOUR
1/2 - INCH STEEL RODS EXTENDING THROUGHOUT ITS LENGTH. THE BASE OF
THE MONUMENT IS 3 FEET 4 INCHES SQUARE. THE TOP SURFACE OF THE BASE
SLOPES AWAY FROM THE SHAFT UNIFORMLY ON EACH SIDE 4 INCHES TO THE
FOOT. THE BASE PROJECTS ABOUT 4 INCHES ABOVE THE SURROUNDING GROUND
SURFACE AND EXTENDS DOWN TO A FIRM FOUNDATION NOT LESS THAN 3 FEET 6
INCHES BELOW THE GROUND SURFACE UNLESS SOLID ROCK FORMATION IS
ENCOUNTERED AT A LESSER DEPTH. THE BASE IS CONSTRUCTED OF 1--2--4
CONCRETE.
Monumentation Type: Concrete post

Monument Category: National boundary marker

Accessible to general public: yes

Historical significance:
Placed in 1932.


County: Ferry

USGS Quad: Boundary Mountain

NGS PID: TP1326

Other Coordinates: N 49° 00.004 W 118° 13.427

Other Coordinates details:
Datum: NAD 83(1991)


Approximate date of monument: 1/1/1932

Monumentation Type (if other): Not listed

Monument Category (if other): Not listed

Explain Non-Public access: Not listed

Monument Website: Not listed

Visit Instructions:
1. A closeup photo of the monument is required.
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2. A 'distant' photo including the monument in the view is highly recommended. Include the compass direction you faced when you took the picture.
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