Foggin Tor
Near Princetown Taken By Dave Bellamy
Foggin Tor
The actual tor at Foggin Tor has long since disappeared. It was quarried for its granite, and nowadays most of it is in London, in the form of Nelson's Column and London Bridge. The pool here looks very deep.
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Date:
22 August 2009
(4046 Days Ago)

Time:
12:04:00

Camera:
Samsung Digimax L60

Easting/Northing:
256641,73609

Grid Reference:
SX566736

Latitude:
50.544616320416

Longitude:
-4.0247104629405

Elevation:
391m

Direction:
175°

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