Request for information - Ref No: FOI17800
Thank you for your email of 3 December 2017, requesting information from Ordnance Survey in accordance with the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) 2000:
I am requesting any information you have be that documents, plans, exact location or even photos relating to a Trigonometrical Station on Campleton Hill (Postcode: KA23 9QG) in Ayrshire Scotland. After looking at archive OS name books this hill is listed as having a trig point.
This hill, unlike neighbouring Goldenberry Hill, does not seem to have a trig point so I am asking what information you have with regards to Campbelton Hill.
What kind of trig was on this hill when was it placed there, and when was it removed?; what design was it?;, height; width etc...
Basically all information you hold.
I can confirm that Ordnance Survey does not hold any information in relation to your request.
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