This is a puzzle cache which you will need to solve. The published co-ordinates are for the nearest free public car park and a lovely open space.
When setting up this cache we parked at the above co-ordinates and turned right out of the car park towards the footpath. We then walked up the footpath a little way and then turned left following the length of the old railway.
The cache container is large with three separate containers in it. One for the log book, one for small swaps and one for trackable items.
Once you have solved the puzzle you will need to find a special piece of equipment to help with the removal / replacement of the cache. The special equipment is 8 paces north west from GZ under some sticks behind a big tree. Please replace as found to avoid it getting muggled.
There are dog walkers around this area so please use a degree of stealth.
This cache has been placed with the kind permission of Chepping Wycombe Parish Council.
A brief piece of history -
Loudwater station was located at the bottom of Treadaway Hill just past the present M40 bridge, and served both the Loudwater and Flackwell Heath areas. It opened in 1854 and the station became a halt in 1968 because of a decreased service on the line.
The station was closed in 1970, and quickly demolished. The site is now an industrial park, although at the rear of the park the old railway tunnel under the M40 is still in place. A railway conservation path towards High Wycombe follows the route of the former railway.
You can check your answers for this puzzle on Geochecker.com.