N 36° 45.007
W 119° 52.809 (NAD 83)
Coordinates may not be exact. Altitude is VERTCON and location is ADJUSTED.
Location: In FRESNO county, CA View Original Datasheet
Designation: PRATTON AZ MK
Marker Type: azimuth mark disk
Setting: set into the top of a round concrete monument
Documented History (by the NGS)
01/01/1972 by CADH (MONUMENTED)
DESCRIBED BY CA DIV OF HIGHWAYS 1972 (HF) TO REACH FROM FRESNO, FROM INTERSECTION STATE HIGHWAY 99 AND BELMONT AVE. GO WEST ON BELMONT 3.0 MILES TO CORNELIA AVE., TURN LEFT, SOUTH, ON CORNELIA AND GO 0.3 MILE TO STATION PRATTON ON RIGHT. TO REACH AZIMUTH MARK FROM STATION, GO NORTH 0.3 TO BELMONT AVE. AND AZIMUTH MARK IN NE CORNER INTERSECTION CORNELIA AVE. AND BELMONT AVE. STAMPED PRATTON 1972 AZIMUTH MARK. A CALIFORNIA DIVISION OF HIGHWAYS BRASS TABLET SET ON A 12 IN DIAMETER CONCRETE POST PROJECTING 3 IN. 28.5 FT NORTH OF CENTER OF BELMONT AVE. 21.5 FT EAST OF CENTER OF CORNELIA AVE. 7.0 FT WNW OF CONCRETE GAS LINE MARKER 2.5 FT EAST OF A POWER POLE
Found Details for Benchmark: GT2111
Searched for California Division of Highways (CDOH) Triangulation Station stamped "PRATTON AZ MK" at 13:00, 31 March 2012. The benchmark was not located and believed to be destroyed. The northeast corner of the intersection has been widened and the approximate location for the mark is now covered in asphalt. The mark is described as being 7 feet west-northwest of a gas line marker. A small gas utility manhole is present in the pavement. The approximate location for the mark, measured from the centerlines of the roads, is about 7 feet west-northwest, from the small manhole. No new coordinates were taken.
There is a Department of the Interior Geological Survey mark set in a canal headwall structure near the location. It is NOT the azimuth mark.
|GT2111 "PRATTON Azimuth mark" - The location for this mark now lies in the street, adjacent to the gas line manhole. The mark is most likely destroyed.|
|GT2111 "PRATTON Azimuth mark" - The location for this mark now lies in the street, adjacent to the gas line manhole. (Identified by the GPSr.) The mark is most likely destroyed.|