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The London Rainbow Cache 3 - Yellow Virtual Cache

Hidden : 05/11/2002
1 out of 5
1 out of 5

Size: Size:   virtual (virtual)

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Geocache Description:

Originally set by McDehack, then enhanced by Master Mariner.


The London Rainbow Cache series comprises seven virtual caches that can be logged individually. Information obtained from each cache can then be used to find an eighth, physical cache.  

The London Rainbow Cache 3 - Yellow

This is the third of seven virtual caches each of which has a connection to the colours of the rainbow. The sites, for all the virtual caches, are a little bit off the well beaten tourist tracks but take the visitor to interesting places, in and around London, that would not normally be seen.

The caches can be done in any order but information will need to be collected from all the caches to help find the final cache.

Can't find the colour? Look around where you are. It's all around you and it is a sign of the times that "you can't leave it here mate". Head north across the water and follow the wall on the left to the arch where the horses were stabled. Look up and find the year that is ABCD.

To claim this as a find please post (NOT EMAIL as it fills my inbox) a photo of EACH person logging with your GPSr at the location (WITHOUT REVEALING ANY OF THE ANSWERS) AND using the below answers, send a blank email to (eg Make sure you include your caching name (eg rodz) as the subject of the mail or your log may be deleted. You will receive a confirmation email (remember to check your spam folder too) almost instantly if your answers are correct, at which time you may log your find.

a. What type of hospital?
b. What is the year?

To locate the final cache use the year ABCD:
D+C-B-A = position "W5"
A+D-C = position "W2".

Latitude = N 12 34.567
Longitude = W 123 45.678


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Decryption Key


(letter above equals below, and vice versa)