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The cache is not at the listed co-ords but its a good place to start. You will need a torch and waiders or a change of clothes. Although this cache can be solo I would recommend having a a caching buddy with you as it will be more fun and safety in numbers. You will be walking in water higher than than your knees.
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Ravens Well (The source of the water for the Temple Pipe) is the head of a conduit system dug around 1640 by the monks of Temple Friary to bring fresh water from a spring under Pylle Hill, Totterdown, to the friary at what is now Temple Meads. The conduit was also continued to supply water to the population at the Temple Pipe outlet which was believed to be located near the junction of Victoria Street and Counterslip.
Please make sure that the cache is out of sight. Thanks
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