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On the recent vacation to Maine and the Maritimes, I found PF1048 Pisgah. My brother was trying to find a lot of old caches, and there is an old cache nearby.) PF1048 was an easy find. But right next to RM2 is this:

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A bolt in a chiseled triangle, cut into the word 'Raymond'. I notice on NGS there is a listing for Pisgah 1934 PF1049, but I cannot open that page to see if that is the bolt that I found. Anybody know how to do this? I'm wondering why it is no longer listed as a benchmark.

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A bolt in a chiseled triangle, cut into the word 'Raymond'. I notice on NGS there is a listing for Pisgah 1934 PF1049, but I cannot open that page to see if that is the bolt that I found. Anybody know how to do this? I'm wondering why it is no longer listed as a benchmark.

i checked "include Destroyed" on the PID search and was able to get a sheet.

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-       D        No descriptive text available                              -
-       N        No geodetic control                                        -
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 Pid    Name                           Lat        Lon        Elev      O o Hv
 ------ ----------------------------- ---------- ----------- --------- - - --
>PF1049 PISGAH 1934                   44 18 21.8/070 01 26.2           3   DD
>PF1049 PISGAH 1934                   44 18 21.8/070 01 26.2           3   NN

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