BOAT: Brickkiln Lane

Location: Laverstoke, Hampshire, UK
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  • Location: Whitchurch, Hampshire.
  • OS Explorer Map 144, 'Basingstoke'.
  • Starting OS Grid Reference: SU491452
  • Starting GPS Co-ordinates: N51 20' 40" W001 29' 70"
  • Finishing OS Grid Reference: SU472444
  • Finishing GPS Co-ordinates: N51 20' 00" W001 32' 50"
  • To see: not much.
  • ALWAYS follow the Greenlane Code!
A weird one this: it is not subject to a TRO (certainly not the BOAT section, anyway) but even so the UCR section at the far western end is protected by a locked gate. It may be that the UCR never held vehicular rights and as such we have no right of access, or it may be that the land owner simply doesn't like 'intruders', but pending further investigation this byway is essentially a dead end and closed to traffic.

To Hampshire County Council these are Byways 16 & 37, combined here for convenience.

Statistics
Total distance: 2.18 km (1.4 mi)
Total time: 15:18
Moving time: 10:04
Average speed: 8.53 km/h (5.3 mi/h)
Average moving speed: 12.96 km/h (8.1 mi/h)
Max speed: 35.08 km/h (21.8 mi/h)
Average pace: 7:02 min/km (11:19 min/mi)
Average moving pace: 4:38 min/km (7:27 min/mi)
Fastest pace: 1:43 min/km (2:45 min/mi)
Max elevation: 164 m (537 ft)
Min elevation: 135 m (442 ft)
Elevation gain: 20 m (65 ft)
Max grade: 9 %
Min grade: -5 %
Recorded: 04/10/2013 16:49



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5 comments:

Hugh said...

Remarkably, even the Google Streetview car made it down here, the first occasion on which I've noted it on an unsealed road: see http://goo.gl/maps/bPc7U

James Brown said...

So it did! Well spotted that man. Perhaps they have Land Rover Streetview Cars now... That said, somebody with an aversion to mobile phone signal managed to tow a caravan down here as far as the copse.

James Brown said...

See? https://lh5.googleusercontent.com/-Wti0pUBc1vI/UlXBn--7YqI/AAAAAAAAFcM/niOUhHwLn5Y/w1113-h835-no/2013+-+28 and https://lh6.googleusercontent.com/-WO7wtL9BN20/UlXBuAKxxxI/AAAAAAAAFck/rzGd7R4xGyQ/w626-h835-no/2013+-+20

Hugh said...

Are you sure that URL is right? Doesn't work for me.

James Brown said...

Curious... perhaps try https://plus.google.com/115373482629820251111/posts/p/pub and https://plus.google.com/u/0/115373482629820251111/posts/p/pub and, if you have time, let me know if it works? Thanks Hugh!

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