Did you know, according to this months Walk magazine, that this year marks the 80th anniversary of the trig pillar? There Liz, Clive and I were posing on the one on Kinder Scout the other week, and I was think about how trig pillars always seem to result in the desire on the part of walkers to climb on them. The Retriangulation of Britain was started in 1936 in Cold Ashby in Northamptonshire using these all important structures. Maps were created, which walkers have and do use when exploring the countryside. Unfortunately as they are no longer needed and are falling into disrepair. If you find one falling down, then you can tell the Ordnance Survey and they will repair it. Read more on p24 of Walk.