Benchmark - Holy Trinity - Clifton, Derbyshire
Posted by: Groundspeak Premium Member SMacB
N 53° 00.030 W 001° 45.282
30U E 583569 N 5873051
Quick Description: Cut benchmark on the north angle of the north porch, Holy Trinity church, Clifton.
Location: East Midlands, United Kingdom
Date Posted: 8/23/2017 2:52:21 PM
Waymark Code: WMWEJ3
Published By: Groundspeak Premium Member Axel-F
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Long Description:

Cut benchmark on the north angle of the north porch, Holy Trinity church.

Square Easting Northing Mark type Description Height Order Datum Verified year Levelling year Metres above ground
SK 1656 4481 CUT MARK N ANG CH PORCH 120.675 2 'N' 1958 1958 0.600

"Originally a Chapel of Ease for Ashbourne stood on this site but this became derelict and was demolished in the 18th century.

Holy Trinity was built in 1845 by H.I. Stevens and the apse and bell tower were added in 1868 by Slater & Carpenter. Its lychgate, on the Church view side, is quite special - presumably also designed by Stevens, it has its own little tower, with a bellcote, topped with a small wooden spire, and there is a clock in the gable end of its steeply-sloping roof."

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