War Memorial #670 ~ Letchworth
Letchworth Garden City War Memorial was unveiled on Dec 11th 1921 by Viscount Hampden. It was erected as a memorial to the 145 men who died in World War I and was designed by Onslow E Whiting. The central wards of the hospital were also erected as a memorial, a reference to which is included in the inscription on the plinth at the base of the cross. A memorial to those who died in World War II is to the north of the memorial cross.
This is a multi cache and IS NOT at the published coordinates.
The cache is a 2ml tube.
To find the cache:
At the published coordinates you will find the war memorial and directly behind is a smaller war memorial in the hedge. On the bottom left of the memorial look for a plaque for PTE R.COULSON. Check out the plaque.
The year on the plaque is ABCD.
N 51° C(C+D).(A+C)C(B-A)
W 000° AD.(C+D)(B-A-C-D)(B-A)
Checksum of all digits in the coordinates = 58
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