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Alberts Famine

A cache by Paul, Anthony, & Jack. Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 12/27/2001
1 out of 5
1 out of 5

Size: Size: virtual (virtual)

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Geocache Description:

A better insight into the nicer parts of Liverpool, the ones you never hear about in the media.

This is our first attempt at creating a Cache, unfortunately because of the high number of visitors to the site we have made it a Virtual Cache. (It's now being going over 14 years!) We have also made it a 2 part cache because of the delightful walk between the two sites. (Please Note, this walk is closed after 7pm or sunset whichever is first) The idea is to get the two answers to the questions below, and e-mail the answers to " " (Please do not email from as I cannot reply!) We will reply and let you know if you are correct.It is a great day out when it is sunny, but it can get very cold when it is windy. The total distance is approx a 1 mile round trip on foot. At the first site be sure to visit the new museum, it's free. There are plenty of places to get a cup of tea, or something stronger if you prefer. You should also take in the ferry trip if possible, it gives a good insight into the history of the area. The second part of the Cache is found at N 53° 24.371 / W 002° 59.887.


1, How many Irish people left from this spot and between what years?
2, In what room did the heroes lose their lives?.

Cache 1 N 53° 24.131 / W 002° 59.721
Cache 2 N 53° 24.371 / W 002° 59.887

Answers to

Please do not email from as I cannot reply!

Additional Hints (Decrypt)

Gur svefg nafjre vf ba gur jnyy, gur frpbaq pna or sbhaq ba gur jne zrzbevny.

Decryption Key


(letter above equals below, and vice versa)

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