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Church Micro 5160...Swanscombe - All Saints

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Hidden : 02/11/2014
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2 out of 5

Size: Size:   micro (micro)

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Geocache Description:

The above coordinates will take you to the old Church of "All Saints Swanscombe" It is no longer a Church but is still a fantastic listed building.

The Church was built in 1894 - R Norman Shaw was the Architect. It was built for the workers in the local Pits. It is built in a Gothic style. Built of knapped flint with stone dressings. Nave, north aisle, chancel. Continuous tiled roof over nave, aisles and chancel, broken only by squat central tower. This has  rectangular belfry windows. Above are battlements that rise towards the centre of the tower. Pyramidal
shaped roof. Mullioned windows with pointed lights to north aisle. Five-light windows with Decorated tracery at east and west. Cross-shaped saddlestones toeast and west gables. South gabled porch with cross-shaped saddlestones.
The Interior has Arts and Crafts Perpendicular style woodwork comprising pulpit readingdesk, reredos and organ. The Church was converted into flats in 1982


So to the cache:


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Cache can be found at:


N51 27. (B-C ) (E-J) (F+H)


E000 18. (D-A) (J-G) (J-D)


Cache is a double potted magnetic Micro

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Additional Hints (Decrypt)

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Decryption Key


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