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An ammo box well hidden near a dam and an old steam engine.
In 1906 a dam was constructed across Heathcote Creek for supplying water to the steam engines at the train station on top of the hill. Water was collected in behind the dam and then at the station pumped to a holding reservoir with a gravity feed to a water tank and water columns in the Waterfall yard. The leftovers of the steam engine used to pump up the water can still be seen on the site:
GeoDirk and HanorahTLG on top of the old boiler.
Did you know that NSW has a geocaching association? Geocaching NSW aims to enhance and improve the activity of geocaching and holds regular events where geocachers meet to enjoy their common interests. Visit the association website here.
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