Birmingham & Wolves Landmark Challenge 2017

Clues to the various locations for the Landmark Challenge.

Work out the locations around the UK, ride your Triumph to each of them and take a photo of it there, send in your entry!

The Rules:

  1. Work out the location of the "Landmark" from the given clue and grid reference.
  2. The good bit. Ride your Triumph to the location and simply photograph your pride and joy there as proof of achievement.
  3. Sent your entry before the end of the year comprising photographs, cheque for £5.00 payable to 'Bham and Wolves TOMCC', and an SSAE to:
    Landmark Challenge, 2 Waterworks House, Cresswell Lane, Cresswell, STOKE-ON-TRENT, ST11 9RE.

The Clues:

  • No.

    OS Sheet

    Grid Ref

    Clue

  • 1

    183

    ST640198

    Communist mail, perhaps?

  • 2

    195

    SU030067

    Very subtle phone mast

  • 3

    168

    TL898289

    Remember old rails and locos.

  • 4

    164

    SU430929

    Circular diagram grinds away

  • 5

    135

    SN671727

    Legionnaires cross the wood.

  • 6

    119

    SK215765

    The village that kept the plague in.

  • 7

    121

    SK956860

    Built in 1760 by Cecil Wray

  • 8

    98

    SE039993

    Remember more than rhyming sheep breed.

  • 9

    78

    NS980085

    Always wet since 1956

  • 10

    193

    SY465904

    No more trains, but stop for a brew.

  • 11

    143

    TL597824

    Remember how they drained the fens

  • 12

    58

    NN855234

    Still, probably the oldest?

  • 13

    198

    TQ164209

    William De Braose's 12th century fortress

  • 14

    90

    NY493384

    Or Dave? (anagram)

  • 15

    56

    NS417908

    I race GI (anagram)

  • 16

    199

    TQ627209

    Travelled from Kent to take my turn here.

  • 17

    137

    SO496638

    Optical house

  • 18

    63

    NS248721

    Cut corn, Geek! (anagram)

  • 19

    104

    SE050573

    Bdown beer, rat! (anagram)

  • 20

    130

    SK887137

    More memories of tracks and trains

  • 21

    125

    SJ018193

    Holding back the water for thirsty scousers

  • 22

    86

    NY565746

    7th century sundial stands tall on holy ground

  • 23

    134

    TM505902

    Memories of moving East

  • 24

    118

    SJ843763

    The daily grind since medieval times

  • 25

    193

    ST429249

    Look out for the monks' 2-storey loo.

  • 26

    200

    SW945625

    Said to be King Arthur's hunting lodge.

  • 27

    139

    SO912992

    Beware of the wolves

  • 28

    150

    SP050300

    A baby, he lies. (anagram)

  • 29

    153

    TL312712

    Worship above the water

  • 30

    162

    SO718138

    Damp way to grow Dutch

  • 31

    202

    SX756699

    Discover history next to the bank

  • 32

    65

    NT174694

    What can the vet and electrician teach you?

  • 33

    166

    TL065295

    Preachers plan hopes (anagram)

  • 34

    70

    NS201065

    Spin a fruit to play a round

  • 35

    172

    ST570600

    Pool of masticating gorge.

  • 36

    71

    NS832435

    Fortified since the iron age

  • 37

    73

    NT591315

    Walter Scott lies here

  • 38

    178

    TQ985565

    Belt pork man (anagram)

  • 39

    74

    NT811544

    THE Edwardian country house

  • 40

    81

    NY962908

    Not a place to hang around

  • 41

    175

    SU938848

    Rodney Wood (anagram)

  • 42

    93

    NZ223377

    Originally founded by the Bulmers

  • 43

    43

    NO139782

    Slip and slide down a Munro

  • 44

    177

    TQ565878

    Here since 1450 and full of old stuff

  • 45

    117

    SJ547704

    Sore metal freed (anagram)

  • 46

    141

    SK796045

    Buy a bend ale (anagram)

  • 47

    51

    NN757432

    Call off Sharan (anagram)

  • 48

    171

    ST469905

    Venta Silurum

  • 49

    167

    TL537318

    400 oaks made me

  • 50

    201

    SX155690

    Poldark's nemesis, George