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Buildwas Bridge (Near Iron Bridge)

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Hidden : 2/9/2011
1.5 out of 5
1.5 out of 5

Size: Size: small (small)

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Geocache Description:

1.5Litre round container. Simple find and seek cache.

Welcome to the Pound and above swap shop.
In connection with Cache: GC27CKF about 15mins drive from this one.
This cache is smaller in size and should be able to hold around 8 good sized swaps.

In this cache are items all of the value equal or greater to a pound.
All brand new: Please if you take something put something in place to the same or greater value.

Destroyed in the great flood of 1795 it was replaced by Thomas Telford's first ”iron" bridge in 1796, the second bridge which had a cast iron arch. Telford’s bridge was based on a Swiss design and survived until it was damaged in 1903 to be was rebuilt in 1905. The present bridge was and strengthened and widened by Shropshire County Council in 1992.

As 2012 is approaching and nearby is MuchWenlock, the first place for the modern olympics, i thought i would start dropping caches in and around the area again.

Parking is available on the same side of the cache or if you walking around the area take care crossing the road.

Photos attached to log will help..

Have fun...

Additional Hints (Decrypt)

Arne n urqtr fghzc.

Decryption Key


(letter above equals below, and vice versa)



210 Logged Visits

Found it 203     Didn't find it 4     Write note 2     Publish Listing 1     

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