27-Oct-2021 -- A half term city break to York with the family was the perfect excuse to get this CP and on our final day I visited here whilst en route to the Yorkshire Air Museum which is a little over 10 minutes away. Driving down the main road through Stockton on the Forest gets you within 300m of the actual point which is in farmers fields to the north behind a row of properties lining the road itself. Seemingly, this would have you believe that it is an easy spot to get to but actually this isn't the case. Getting into to the field proved to quite difficult, enough so that my wife and children lost interest and decided to wait for me on a bench by the car! I had no help from the small engineering works and would advise anyone else trying to get to this one via their yard to leave them alone as they were completely unhelpful and uninterested when I enquired. Eventually I gained access via an empty building site which backed onto the actual field needed to be in. There is a steep sided ditch separating the bottom of the site and the field which needs to be crossed (Take Wellies!) and it was a quick walk down the grassy edge of the field left un-cultivated for wildlife and dog walkers. The actual stop is only just off the field edge. I took my photos and was quickly back on the main road where my family were waiting completely unexcited at my successful mission!! Interestingly, opposite where we parked is a bungalow with the largest pond I have ever seen in a front garden! I wondered if they dug it out by hand?!