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An unusual church in Bascilican style on Staplers Road 5-10 minutes walk from Newport town centre.
John Milne, the "father of modern seismology" is buried in the churchyard of St.Paul's, Barton. The church website records that:
"He is still reverered today by many Japanese for his pioneering work in helping to detect earthquakes. Occasionally Japanese visitors will travel to the churchyard to pay their respects to Milne's grave. Even the Japanese ambassador to the United Kingdom has visited St.Paul's, Barton in recent years."
The cache you are seeking is a medium camoflagued tupperware box containing log book and pencil and small items to exchange.
Last Updated: on 2/4/2018 2:52:43 AM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (10:52 AM GMT)
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