Number 892 in a series of caches where a red telephone box is in close proximity to a post box.
The only rules are that they have to be able to be photographed together, be not more than 100’ apart and the phone boxes have to be red.
The posted co-ordinates will take you to a rare Fine Pair (or rather a Fine Pair of Pairs!) in North West London, not far from Chalk Farm tube station. You will need to visit the co-ordinates, search for the clues and piece together the numbers required for the actual co-ordinates of your prize.
A Fine Primrose Pair - of Pairs.
Here you will find yourself right on the cusp of Camden Town and Hampstead, in the pleasant and leafy district of Primrose Hill. And before you you should see not just one Fine Pair, but a fine pair of fine pairs - two phone boxes and a double pillar box. A rare pair indeed - and a fine bear not far away too, but more of him later!
These are your tasks, to be carried out in any order you like. All the answers are very near the Fine Pair, the road is quiet but still cross with care.
You have a letter to post and it's Saturday. What time is the last collection? Aam.
The last four digits of the telephone on the left are : xBxx. And it may not look it, but it's opposite no. Cx.
Not sure why people are struggling with C, but as a hint notice that B and C appear in the description together.
The last four digits of the telephone on the right are : xxDx.
Have a wander up St George Terrace, look for a lorry and a bus. What number is the lorry? Et
There's no boating lake in Primrose Hill park, but from what time can you hire a boat? Gam
Not that you'd want to go there now, but Swiss Cottage is 1Fmins away.
Friedrich Engels might have posted a letter here! Between what years? 187H until 189J
Nearly done now and you're probably thirsty. If you went for a drink in the Queens, what location would your designated driver have to quote to park most conveniently? xKxLx
You can now find your treasure! It will be waiting for you at N51° D(L-K).(J-H)CA W0° B.(G-L)(E+C)F
The A Fine Pair series is managed by mattd2k
If anybody would like to place 'A Fine Pair' of their own please do. I would just ask that you first visit www.afinepair.co.uk to request a number to avoid any duplication.
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