SideTracked - Seer Green & Jordans
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Cache is located along a nearby footpath & contains just the log; please take something to write with.
Side Tracked caches have become a nationwide series of caches for public transport users. They are intended to provide quick cache-and-dashes at or nearby railway stations. Caches can be found close to stations of the national rail network and well as heritage railways.
Seer Green and Jordans railway station lies close to the village of Seer Green in Buckinghamshire and also serves the nearby village of Jordans.
The station was built almost a decade after the construction of the GWR/GCR joint line and opened on New Year's Day, 1915. The station was originally known as Beaconsfield Golf Links due to its close proximity to the golf club, but has since taken on its current name, as it now primarily serves local commuters rather than golfers.
The station was transferred from the Western Region of British Rail to the London Midland Region on 24 March 1974
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