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Name:Barry Island
Hill number:15918
Height:41.6m / 136ft
Parent (Ma):2288  Craig y Llyn
RHB Section:32C: Neath to Chepstow
County/UA:Vale of Glamorgan (UA)
Maritime area:Bristol Channel
Catchment:Minor Rivers only (South)
Class:Tump (0-99m), SIB
Grid ref:ST 12022 66822
Summit feature:T-junction in alleyway
Col:8.1m  ST111667  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 171
(1:25k) 151E
Comments:Deemed to be a SIB because of its original, pre-shipyard, condition
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 34 users)ByDate of Ascent
13.30.seemed to be the top of an alleyway Between rows of houses.vegibagger24/07/2019
Vale of Glamorgan completed. 90th county completion.ngthack30/09/2018
On Barry Island to visit lighthouse so bagged this summit in passing. Noicey dog behind one of the walls barking at me as I ascended the alley.assynt_bob28/09/2018
From Barry Island beach, quick climb up the steps by the beach huts, across the grass and through the housing estate to the high point on the path.Wackywelshy25/09/2017
Walked up while walking the Wales coastal path up marquis close, thought the road seemed slightly higher then visited the t junction in the alley.hodder01/07/2017
Street crosses hp. My final Vale of Glamorgan tump on a grey mild Oct dayRHW29/10/2016
Parked up then had a look at West Breakwater Lighthouse and the beach before bagging the T-junction of paths behind Earls Crescent.Dugswell219/10/2016
Alley way off Earls CrescentPeterD17/09/2016
One of those where you hope nobody asks you what you are doing.clivevilla10/08/2016
Middle of estate. Drove down to Barry Island amusement arcade for a few games of Tipping Point. Lost almost 30 pence.Campbell Singer04/01/2016
Another demanding Tump. Walked slightly more than 10ms but great views along the coast.Barbara Singer04/01/2016
Another South Welsh epic scaled in Dad's car followed by a 10 second stroll. Exhausting.Jemma Singer04/01/2016
Urban summit.Adrian24/10/2015
Assessed HP as bing an alley junction at rear of Nos 6 & 7 Earl Crescent. This is to the NW of Marquis Close.jonglew06/09/2015
My first log of a Tump! I make the highest point a nice old brick garage with a room on top on Marquis Close.Father Ted09/09/2013
From Conference in Cardiff WGordonAdshead05/04/2013
Visit during RA Welsh AGMJohnIvor24/03/2007
Alan Whatley01/06/2019
andrew brown26/09/2017
Martin R22/03/2017
Tony J04/03/2012
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