Billinge Hill

Area:Lancashire, Cheshire & the Southern Pennines
County:St Helens
Classification:Marilyn and HuMP
(also Clem, County Top - Administrative, County Top - Current County and Unitary Authority, and Tump)
Height:179.3m (with a drop of 151.8m)
Maps:285(E) Explorer or 108 Landranger
Grid Ref:SD525014         Hills nearby: 5km 10km 20km
Summit:ground 10m N of stone tower
Notes:15cm higher than high ground, 30m S, by trig point. Stone tower may have been built above natural summit. Ground around its perimeter may be as high
Daylight:dawn 03:49, sunrise 04:42, sunset 21:44, dusk 22:37

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