kayakbird Posted December 20, 2008 Share Posted December 20, 2008 Hi All, I first looked at this one a few days ago and went back today to get some local information on the building and street names. QX0208* NAD 83(1986)- 45 46 32. (N) 111 10 36. (W) SCALED QX0208_MARKER: B = BOLT QX0208_SETTING: 36 = BUILDING QX0208_STABILITY: B = PROBABLY HOLD POSITION/ELEVATION WELL QX0208 QX0208 HISTORY - Date Condition Recov. By QX0208 HISTORY - UNK MONUMENTED CGS QX0208 HISTORY - 1958 GOOD NGS QX0208 HISTORY - 1982 MARK NOT FOUND NGS QX0208 HISTORY - 1984 MARK NOT FOUND USGS QX0208 QX0208 STATION DESCRIPTION QX0208 QX0208''DESCRIBED BY NATIONAL GEODETIC SURVEY 1958 QX0208''IN BELGRADE. QX0208''AT BELGRADE, ABOUT 1 BLOCK NORTH AND THENCE 1 BLOCK WEST OF THE QX0208''STATION, AT THE EAST CORNER OF THE INTERSECTION OF BROADWAY AND QX0208''NORTHERN PACIFIC AVENUE, IN SECTION 1, T 1 S, R 4 E, AT THE BELGRADE QX0208''STATE BANK BUILDING, SET VERTICALLY IN THE SOUTHWEST FACE OF THE QX0208''BUILDING, 1 FOOT SOUTHEAST OF THE WEST CORNER OF THE BUILDING, AND 6 QX0208''INCHES ABOVE THE SIDEWALK. QX0208 QX0208 STATION RECOVERY (1982) QX0208 QX0208''RECOVERY NOTE BY NATIONAL GEODETIC SURVEY 1982 QX0208''THERE IS A NEW BUILDING AT THIS LOCATION AND THE MARK SHOULD BE QX0208''CONSIDERED DESTROYED. QX0208 QX0208 STATION RECOVERY (1984) QX0208 QX0208''RECOVERY NOTE BY US GEOLOGICAL SURVEY 1984 QX0208''MARK NOT FOUND. what I found at N 45° 46.570 W 111° 10.628 The exterior brick has been sand blasted and the interior renovated but the old Belgrade State Bank Building still stands (as identified by the Belgrade C of C office manager from their building directly across the street). It is on the corner of Broadway and Main (not Northern Pacific Ave) which is about the "block north and block west from former location of the train station. 1.3 feet east of the corner of the concrete foundation and 0.50' above the sidewalk, the threaded end of a 1/4 bolt protrudes 0.15' and is bent down. Can this be the "real" MARK, or should it be the square head of a larger bolt? Thanks, ML Quote Link to comment
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