Lutterworth Railway - Bridge 424 (Misterton Way)
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This Cache is one of a series of traditional Caches along the route of the former Great Central Railway, which passed through Lutterworth.
Bridge 424 carries the track bed over a small footpath leading from Lutterworth towards Misterton Village. In its time it was quite a fancy bridge with lattice work sides, but sadly these have long since gone. New Housing Estates have covered over the trackbed, and the bridge is little more than a flat plate of steel with some heavy girders spanning some brick supports.
The cache is placed near the bridge on the footpath. This footpath can also be used to access the other caches at Lutterworth Station – Bridge 423 and Lutterworth Railway - Bridge 422.
Pictures of the Bridge can be seen at (visit link)
Parking is very limited, Misterton Way is no parking along its length, but the cache is a short walk from the Town Centre.
The Cache is a 35mm Container, which contains the usual Logbook and Pencil. Please make sure it is well hidden.
You will find it on the structure of the bridge itself, between brick and wood
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Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum