The village of Otterington is mentioned in the Domesday Book as 'Otterinctune in the Allerton Hundred'. It was served by the station called Otterington on the NE Railway which was opened on 31st March 1841, closed to passengers on 15th September 1958, before final closure on August 10th 1964. The station was located next to the road bridge over the lines. There is a lovely view of the signal box from GZ.
There is room to pull off the road near the cache, but there is a no parking sign. There is a field gateway a few metres along the road. Traffic does come very quickly over the bridge. You are looking for a small bison type container. You will need a pen and possibly tweezers. Please return exactly as you find it. Please do not climb over the gate or the fence as this would be trespassing.