SideTracked - Bicester Town (Flush Bracket)
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SideTracked - Bicester Town Station Flush Bracket
You are looking for a Bench Mark.
This particular bench mark is called a Flush Bracket
Flush Brackets were first used during the 2nd Geodetic
Leveling of England; Wales between 1912 and 1921.
The 2GL series were numbered from 1 to 3000 and did not have a prefix letter.
The vast majority of the flush brackets in the 2GL series were placed on walls and buildings, but a small number were used on triangulation pillars.
I've decided to change this Cache to a SideTracked.
I wasn't really happy with the last cache location.
So I've changed it to a Mutli Cache.
Bicester main station car park has been upgraded,
with a metal monstrosity.
The FB is located under the bridge and no bigger than a house brick.
Obtain the 5 digit number from the flush bracket,
and then insert the number into the following coords: