Rodney's Pillar was erected on the summit of the Breidden Hill in 1781-82 by local gentlemen to recognise the naval victories of Admiral Sir George Brydges Rodney. The structure is some 54 feet ( 6 m ) high.
Just visible is the top of the white triangulation pillar set at a height of 365 m.
View from the south-east
                                                                                                                                                                                                 
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Rodney's Pillar, The Breidden, Montgomeryshire
Digital 80D/18/11/09
Canon  EOS 80D
Rodney's Pillar, The Breidden, Montgomeryshire