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[SL] - High Embankments

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Hidden : 4/26/2015
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Size: Size: micro (micro)

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Geocache Description:

The [SL] series is a trail of geocaches following the abandoned Maldon - Shelbourne railway. These caches are centred around the hobby of Railway Archeology, which involves tracing the remains of abandoned railway lines. I recommend beginning the series at Maldon. For a full history of the line see the geocache page for GC5MWN5 [SL] - Shelbourne Station or GC6X3P9 [SL] - Laanecoorie Junction.

This cache is located beside Nuggetty Road and has a great view across the farmland to the railway line. From Nuggetty Road bridge to McKnights Road the railway cut across the landscape on a large embankment, part of which can be viewed from the cache site.

The cache is just out of site from the nearby farmhouse but some stealth may be required to avoid drawing too much attention to yourself.

The cache is a micro, approximately the size of a 20c coin.

Enjoy the views at the cache!

Additional Hints (Decrypt)

1. Vg'f abg angheny.

2. Onfr bs gur gerr, ybbx sbe gur oyhr.

Decryption Key


(letter above equals below, and vice versa)



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