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This cache belongs to the SideTracked series.
It is not designed to take you to a magical place with a breath taking view. Its a distraction for the weary traveller, but anyone else can go and find it too.
You are looking for a nano magnetic.
Please replace carefully in exactly the same position so the container is out of sight This can be a very busy place with muggles and you are in full view of passers by and traffic on the road. The cache is very small and contains only a tiny log so you need to take your own pen or pencil.
We have Motorway Mayhem. We have A-Road Anarchy (cos there aren’t many Motorways in Wales!). But what about public transport users? SideTracked Caches are intended to provide quick Cache-and-dashes at Train Stations. It is hoped this idea will spread across the country in the same way as the MMs….but if hiding one PLEASE BE SENSIBLE and remember that in this day and age, public transport is under greater scrutiny than ever before, so, although these caches should be quick and easy grabs, PLEASE don’t place a Cache where it could cause alarm!!!
For more information on SideTracked Caches, please visit SideTracked www.sidetrackedseries.co.uk
Twyford railway station is a railway station in the village of Twyford in the county of Berkshire in England.
The station is served by local services operated by First Great Western from London Paddington, 50 km (31 miles) east. to Reading stations. Twyford is also the junction for the Henley-on-Thames branch.
The station is on the Great Western Main Line, the original line of the Great Western Railway, which opened as far as Twyford on 1 July 1839, being extended to Reading in 1840. It has 5 platforms. Platform 1 and 2 are on the "fast" Reading-London lines, with Platform 1 being the "down" line (from London). Platforms 3 and 4 are the "relief line" platforms, with platform 3 being the "down" line. Platform 5 is a west-facing bay platform with access only to the Henley Branch Line. Platform 4 also allows access to the Henley Branch. Throughout the day trains mainly call at platforms 3, 4 and 5. However during peak times semi fast services to and from London Paddington use platforms 1 and 2.
The main entrance to the station, and main station building, is located on platform 4 and serves the village centre. There is a secondary entrance on platform 1. A large car park is situated between the main line and Henley branch and is often full with morning commuters.
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