NMS3 Espoo multicache
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This is a virtual multi-cache consisting of twelve points you should visit. If you walk, it will take a whole day. If you use a car and only walk the parts that are inaccessible by car, you will manage in a few hours.
The given coordinates refer to Kera station in Espoo. That is NOT a point you should visit. It is only an approximate center of the twelve virtual caches.
All virtual caches are kilometer posts on the northern side of the railroad from Helsinki to Turku. They are metal poles with a black number in a white rectangle indicating the distance in kilometers from Helsinki.
You should visit the following twelve posts, get the coordinates, and answer the questions. Do NOT post the answers here but mail them to metsasissit at gmail dot com.
20-km post: What is the number of the nearest railroad electricity pole?
19-km post: What is the number of the nearest railroad electricity pole?
18-km post: What is the number below "TIEL 96" on the pole?
17-km post: Close to the cache, there are railroad electricity poles 17-I11 and 17-I12, one on each side of the railroad. How many wires join the two poles?
16-km post: On the opposite (south) side of the railroad, there is a blue technical device. What is it?
15-km post: What is the number of the nearest railroad electricity pole?
14-km post: Here you will find a long and very narrow "cape". How wide is it (about one-meter accuracy)?
13-km post: What other electric devices are there on the nearest lamp post except the lamp itself?
12-km post: What does it say on the sign which you can see by the railroad when you look towards Helsinki?
11-km post: On the opposite (south) side of the railroad, there is a kilometer post similar to this cache. What is there within half a meter (one and a half feet) from that pole?
10-km post: What kind of construction is there at this cache?
9-km post: For what purpose is the area immediately north of the cache used?
(No hints available.)
Last Updated: on 9/10/2017 4:17:34 AM Pacific Daylight Time (11:17 AM GMT)
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum