The cache is a micro containing a log on "rite in the rain paper" and a few silica gel pouches. You will need to bring your own pencil. PLEASE ENSURE CACHE IS REPLACED AS FOUND,
The co-ordinates are not for the cache. At these co-ordinates you will find a signpost for nos AB-CD Hurst Cottages. A short walk away is a post box no (BN) EF GHIJ. This is located near a hydrant sign with two numbers one on top and one below.The one on top is K the one below L. The bus that stops at the nearby stop is No M.The phone number of the bus company is N and the fax number is P.
The final cache co-ordinates are N = AB.CD.(N-P)*M + FI
W = 0.(K+L)+(N-P)+I.(I+J)*M
(where * =multilply as 2*2=4)
BN is the prefix of the box number required which comprises a set of two digits followed by four.
Amberley Railway Station
Opened by the London, Brighton and South Coast Railway, it became part of the Southern Railway during the Grouping of 1923. The station then passed on to the Southern Region of British Railways on nationalisation in 1948.
When Sectorisation was introduced in the 1980's, the station was served by Network South East until the Privatisation of British Railways.
Nearby is the Amberley Working Museum please check web page for admission fees and content. The museum may no suit all. There a few eating places and other more difficult caches nearby. Enjoy.