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Part of the SideTracked Railway Station cache series. A flat cache hidden out of sight. Please note the original cache and location has changed and therefore some photos will not help you.
This cache is not the usual micro type container, in fact it’s not a container.
Norwich Thorpe station was designed to look like a large house. At one time there were three railway stations in Norwich: Norwich Thorpe, which is the current station still known locally as "Thorpe station" Norwich Victoria, which was once the terminus for certain passenger services from London until 1916 as well as being a goods station until its demolition in the 1970s Norwich City, which was the terminus of the Midland and Great Northern Joint Railway line from Melton Constable, which closed in 1959 This is a disabled friendly cache. Please replace cache properly so its out of sight. Please remember to bring a pen or don’t log the cache. Due to nature of the cache please no photos.
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