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Motorway Mayhem - Deja Vu
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Situated not far from the road junction of Smorrall Lane and Breach Oak Lane this cache should be an easy find and is accessible from the Northbound and Southbound carriageways of the M6 motorway.It is flat terrain but traffic inside and outside the services is quite busy.
Visitors to this cache may well get a sense of Deja Vu.
Thanks to HillHappy1 for placing the original here, back in 2005. As the original description stated...
Due to all the tree cover being removed in December 2008, the cache has had to be re-located, 20m further up Breach Oak Lane.
The cache is a regular sized waterproof sandwich box with a few goodies in it but not that much, a logbook and a pen/pencil. I'm hoping this cache will act as a TB Hotel for North and Southbound journeys. Also a cache and dash. The cache is hidden at the road junction outside the Southbound services. It is in the undergrowth so take care. The area is still busy though so beware. The cache is on the right as you look up Breach Oak Lane. It is approximately 100m from the Southbound and 200m from the Northbound services. There is an exit which can be easily accessed from the Southbound services into Smorrall Lane. Sometimes this is open to road traffic but is always open to foot traffic. Please try to exchange TB for TB (if possible) to try and keep a few TB's in this cache.
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Last Updated: on 11/15/2017 3:38:52 PM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (11:38 PM GMT)
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum