2003-02-08

HR0657 - V 798

County: MADERA
State: CALIFORNIA

PUBLISHED DATA
Lat: 37° 07.150
Long: 119° 58.917
Alt: 402.7
Designation: V 798
Marker Type: bench mark disk
Setting: massive structures
Stability: Probably hold position/elevation well.

Documented History (by the NGS)
1/1/1947 by CGS (MONUMENTED)

1/1/1972 by NGS (GOOD)
DESCRIBED BY NATIONAL GEODETIC SURVEY 1972 10 MI SW FROM RAYMOND. 7.1 MILES SOUTH ALONG COUNTY ROAD 600 FROM THE POST OFFICE AT RAYMOND, THENCE 2.9 MILES WEST ALONG COUNTY ROAD 603, 0.1 MILE NORTHWEST OF THE JUNCTION OF COUNTY ROAD 602, 147 FEET EAST OF THE CENTER OF THE JUNCTION OF A DRIVEWAY NORTHWEST TO DAULTON RANCHHOUSE, IN THE TOP OF THE NORTHWEST END OF THE NORTHWEST WING WALL OF A WOODEN BRIDGE OVER DAULTON CREEK, 18.2 FEET NORTH OF THE CENTER LINE OF THE ROAD, AND ABOUT LEVEL WITH THE ROAD. SEC26, T9S, R18E.


FOUND DATA
Lat: 37° 07.152
Long: 119° 58.942
Alt: NA

Found it at 14:30, 08 February 2003. Found it as described and in good condition.

WGS84 coordinates found by 8 minute occupation with 8 strong satellites and 1 WAAS satellite.

Benchmark detail. (What there is of it, anyway.)


The benchmark set in the wingwall and the GPSr.


The view to the north. The GPSr can be seen next to the benchmark at the far end of the wingwall.


The view to the east. The GPSr can be seen next to the benchmark on the wingwall just behind the fence.

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