Lat: 36° 59.267
Long: 119° 41.533
Designation: S 1233
Marker Type: bench mark disk
Setting: in rock outcrop
Stability: Most reliable and expected to hold position/elevation well.
Documented History (by the NGS)
1/1/1972 by NGS (MONUMENTED)
DESCRIBED BY NATIONAL GEODETIC SURVEY 1972 0.7 MI NE FROM FRIANT. 0.7 MILE NORTHEAST ALONG MILLERTON ROAD FROM A CONCRETE BRIDGE OVER FRIANT-KERN CANAL AT FRIANT, ABOUT 25 MILE WEST OF THE JUNCTION OF AN ASPHALT ROAD NORTH TO MILLERTON LAKE BOAT RAMP AND CAMP AREA, ON THE INSIDE OF A CURVE, AT A CUT, IN THE TOP OF A LEDGE OF AN OUTCROP IN THE CUT, 200 FEET SOUTHEAST OF THE CENTER OF THE JUCNTION OF A NORTHEAST-SOUTHWEST FIELD ROAD WITH STEEL GATES, 19 FEET NORTHEAST OF THE CENTER LINE OF THE ROAD, 2.5 FEET NORTHEAST OF THE NORTHEAST ASPHALT CURB OF THE ROAD, 1.0 FOOT SOUTHEAST OF A WITNESS POST, AND ABOUT 1 1/2 FEET HIGHER THAN THE ROAD. SEC 8, T11S, R21E.
Lat: 36° 59.299
Long: 119° 41.541
Found it at 11:45, 06 March 2004 as described and in good condition. This mark is located on a dangerous blind curve.
Original NAD83 coordinates were located about 200 feet southerly of the found WGS84 coordinates. WGS84 coordinates for the mark found by 3 minute occupation with 7 strong satellites and 2 WAAS satellites.