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Here also be Dragons

A cache by botogol Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 2/27/2016
Difficulty:
2 out of 5
Terrain:
2 out of 5

Size: Size: regular (regular)

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Geocache Description:

The old Feltham Marshalling Yards were busy twenty four hours a day with clatters, rattles and bangs of wagons being shunted and coupled. It's all long gone now -  it closed in 1969 and the tracks were ripped up in the 1970s. But the space is still there. Most of it.


The land has laid fallow for many years now, and nature has slowly and surely returned. And dragons have moved in. Well I think I saw one. Well I am sure I saw one.  Certainly there must be something in this lonely spot to account for the strange, intimidating atmosphere - and not just the graffitti, the burned out cars and sound of nearby off-road motorbikes.

The cache is a medium-size lunch box, and is not hard to locate once you are there - the challenge of this cache is how to find your way in, so please don't write a comment telling everyone how you did it..

Good luck, look out for dragons, keep safe and don't disturb anything that growls.
This land is accessible to the public - you don't need climb any fences - but you will need to find the gap.  .
Oh. Dragons guard the gaps.

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