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The Mount

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Hidden : 02/03/2013
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Geocache Description:

A nice simple cache, a magnetic nano. Stealth required retrieving and replacing. Please replace carefully, make sure secure. Can be done as a park and grab. Log only, don't forget your pencil. Congrats to Ivor. Caravan for a FTF!

Fleetwood, within the Wyre district of Lancashire, has a population of 26,840 people according to the 2001 census. It forms part of the Greater Blackpool area. For most of the 20th century, Fleetwood was a prominent deep-sea fishing port, but, since the 1970s, the fishing industry has declined. Fleetwood is also a seaside resort, serving as a quiet contrast to nearby Blackpool

The town's most prominent feature is The Mount, a 7-acre park facing the sea-front, laid out by Decimus Burton, and built on a large sand dune originally known as Tup's Hill. On the top lies a pavilion built in 1902 incorporating a clock added in 1919.The Mount and the entire length of Fleetwood Promenade has an uninterrupted view across Morecambe Bay, a view described as "easily one of the most beautiful in the world, with unforgettable views across to the green and blue Lakeland hills: Scafell,Coniston Old Man, the Langdake Pikes." Directly across The Esplanade from the Mount lies The Marine Hall and Marine Gardens, Wyre Borough's largest entertainment venue, opened in 1935. You can also see the local leisure centre and swimming pool.

Additional Hints (Decrypt)

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Decryption Key


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