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Steam engine water pump [BYOP]

A cache by Jokerz Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 02/12/2014
Difficulty:
2 out of 5
Terrain:
2 out of 5

Size: Size: small (small)

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Ņemiet līdzi savu rakstāmo! / Bring your own pen!

[LAT]

Šis objekts ir vēstures liecība vienam no Kuldīgas simboliem, 750mm šaursliežu dzelzceļam.
1935. gada 1. septembrī tika atklāta šaursliežu dzelzceļa līnija Alsunga - Kuldīga.
Tā darbojusies līdz 1974. gadam. Tagad no tā vien palikuši grants uzbērumi, kas dažos posmos kalpo kā ceļš, bet citviet šie posmi vairs nav pat izbraucami. 
Vairāk info par pašu maršrutu Alsunga - Kuldīga varat iegūt Kuldīgas TIC, kas piedāvā arī pastaigas šajā maršrutā
Info: http://visit.kuldiga.lv/?sid=101

Norādītās koordinātes Jūs aizvedīs līdz vietai kur palicis ūdens pumpis, kurš tika izmantots šīs līnijas kursējoša bānīša 400L ūdens rezerves uzpildei.
Blakus esošās Alekšupītes labajā krastā, netālu no objekta var redzēt betona kasti ar metāla vāku. Pēc vairāku cilvēku stāstītā, tur atradās ūdens sūknis, kurš tika darbināts ar bānīša tvaiku. 

Slēpnis atrodas netālu no pumpja. Pašā pumpī tas neatrodas, nekāpiet, nelauziet, nekas nav jārok!

Slēpnis ir pet pudeles sagatave, kas satur logbuku un zīmuli. Hintu izmantojiet tikai tad, ja esat iesācējs, vai esat jau izmisumā
 


[ENG] 

This object is one of the historical Kuldīgas symbols 750mm narrow gauge railroad .
In 1935. On the first September opened a narrow-gauge railway line Alsunga - Kuldīga .
It operated till year 1974th. Now theres only gravel embankments in which in certain sections serve as a road , but the rest of these steps is not even passable .
More info on the same route Alsunga - Kuldīga can get in Kuldīgas Tourism Information Centre , which also offers walking this route
Info : http://visit.kuldiga.lv/?sid=101

The specified coordinates will take you to the point where`s the water pump, which was used to serve the steam engine 400 litres of water.
Adjoining Alekšupīte right bank , close to the object you can see the concrete box with a metal lid. More people say that there is was the water pump , which was operated by the steam engines steam.

The cache is located near the pump . NOT on or in the pump! So dont climb on it. And to find the cache you dont need to dig anything

The cache is a PET bottle preform containg a logbook and a pencil. Use the hint if its the last resort


 

FTF 02/13/2014 @ 12:30 P.Plostnieks & Edvards Lielais.


 

Ņemiet vērā, ka tilts, kas iet pāri upītei, slēpņa slēpšanas dienā (Un kad tika rakstīts hints), vēl nebija uzbūvēts ;)
 Please note that the bridge that goes over the river, when the cache was placed (And when the hint was written), was not yet been built ;)

 

Additional Hints (Decrypt)

Gvygn onyfgf / Oevqtr fhccbeg

Decryption Key

A|B|C|D|E|F|G|H|I|J|K|L|M
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N|O|P|Q|R|S|T|U|V|W|X|Y|Z

(letter above equals below, and vice versa)



 

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