Martins Score


As we continue northwards, this score is largely footpath, narrow and void of sharp turns.

Formerly Gowing's Score (until 1850), it was visited by John Wesley in 1764 where he preached in the open air.  His journal recorded of the crowd “A wider congregation I have never seen”. Martins Score is also known for a small post at the top marked 'TM' which has been described as the "Revolution Post" and the "Armada Post" - there are several theories regarding the significance of the post historically. This score is not to be confused with Martin Scorsese.