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Hidden : 9/14/2014
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Size: Size: small (small)

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Geocache Description:

This cache is placed in a location with slightly inclined terrain. It should be accessible in all weather, but wear boots after a rain. Public parking is avaiable. Placed with permission from Warther Museum. A stop along the "History Makes a Left Turn" trail.


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This cache can be found in a 5x3.25" container with four locking closures. You'll find a log book, a pencil, and a few puzzle pieces in the cache.

Ernest "Mooney" Warther was a masterful carver of the steam engine, using ebony and ivory to create priceless works of art. From the age of 5 until his death, he could be found cutting into wood, eventually capturing the history of the steam engine and various key moments in steam engine history.

The Baltimore & Ohio Railroad caboose #C 2122 can be seen from the cache on the Warther grounds.

Additional Hints (Decrypt)

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Decryption Key


(letter above equals below, and vice versa)



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