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United Kingdom : England

1.9 km (1.2 miles) N of Alderton, Gloucestershire, England, UK
Approx. altitude: 61 m (200 ft)
([?] maps: Google MapQuest Multimap world confnav)
Antipode: 52°S 178°E

Accuracy: 6 m (19 ft)
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#2: Alderton #3: South #4: The proof #5: East #6: West

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#1: North

(visited by P L)

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09-Apr-2005 -- Sali desde Warwick a Banbury y de ahi al pueblo de Alderton en una Range Rover 2005 que tenia GPS le coloque el pueblo que queria ir y me dirigui hasta el punto al llegar al pueblo de Alderton hay una calle que va a la derecha pero es ciega y no conduce al punto asi que retrocedi y consegui un Pub que estaba a la derecha y una entrada a la izquierda pasando el Pub entre con la RR y llegue a un campo de cultivo y a la derecha estaba la entrada a otro campo y siguiendo a unos pocos metros estaba el punto una cerca dividia el terreno que no era muy alta y la cruce y justo a unos pocos metros estaba el punto de confluencia, hice mi respectiva fotos la temperatura esta apenas en 6grados centigrados. Asi complete la segunda confluencia en el UK que estaban en un area cercana a Warwick

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09-Apr-2005 -- I drove from Warwick to Banbury and them to Alderton in a 2005 RangeRover with GPS Navigation System that took me straight to Alderton Town. I drove straight, took a right turn but it was a dead end road, then drove back and guiding me with the Garmin's 176C found a dirt road to the right just passing the Pub at left hand.

Drove into this road an got into a farm's field them all right hand was another farm field, got out of the RR and walked less then 50 meters and got my PCP. The temperature was 6ª Celcius, I did the dance, find the the spot, took the pictures and complete my second confluence in England.


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#2: Alderton
#3: South
#4: The proof
#5: East
#6: West
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