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Any one seen my crown ?

A cache by Vector1 + Rhiannon Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 8/12/2002
Difficulty:
2.5 out of 5
Terrain:
2 out of 5

Size: Size: regular (regular)

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Geocache Description:

Cache name based on a true happening near to the fall
of the Last plantagenet king.


This is the second one in the M****t B******h area.
It has several start points the first one takes advantage of steam or diesel transport,
(Optional). Please see time table for details.

****** Time table *********
(visit link)

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Head towards Sh********e and park at the station
Coordinates N 52 39.491 / W 001 26.593

For those who want to get at it straight away it is accessible by road or canal.
Head towards S*****n S*****n and pick from the following parking coordinates.

By boat Ashby de la Zouch Canal 48 hour mooring above King Richard’s field
Coordinates N 52 36.034 / W 001 25.210
As below walk up to the station.

Park free at Richards field coordinates N 52 36.087 / W 001 25.046
And walk up to the station. About 738ft away.

Station parking at coordinates N 52 35.988 / W001 24.930
this cost £1.00 all day.

After getting to the station .
Set your first way point to N 52 35.797 / W 001 24.856
once you reach this point,
Re adjust your new coordinates to N 52 35.677 W 1 24.84
Follow the path to your right, Quite a lot of tree cover you will not lose signal completely but it will be reduced in some areas .
The cache is a 2l container in a black bin liner covered with leaves and twigs.
You may have to search to get this one.

Once you found the cache just continue on the same route until you get back to the main cutting .
There are many walk you can take from here either trek up to the battle field centre or fast track back along the cutting .
Have Fun.

Additional Hints (Decrypt)

Sebz furagba fgngvba hfr gur phggvat sbbgcngu gb gur gheavat pbbeqvangrf
A 52 35.797 / J 001 24.856 .
Sbyybj gur Ghea gb lbhe evtug npebff n oevqtr hc fbzr fgrcf sbyybj guvf jvaqvat ebhgr
Guebhtu gur gbc cneg bs gur jbbqf hagvy lbh pbzr gb gur pnpur pbbeqvangrf
A 52 35.677 J 1 24.84
Gur pnpur vf Ohevrq haqre n cnegvnyyl snyyra gerr Yvzo 8 srrg sebz gur cngu arkg gb n iregvpny fhccbeg

Decryption Key

A|B|C|D|E|F|G|H|I|J|K|L|M
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N|O|P|Q|R|S|T|U|V|W|X|Y|Z

(letter above equals below, and vice versa)



 

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