The 'Ivanhoe' Line - takes its name from the popular novel romanticising medieval England by Sir Walter Scott - which is set in the region thru which the line passes - known today as the National Forest. This is of course a little strange as traditionally the Burton-Leicester route was referred to by this title. Even stranger is Willington Station ! which is also classed as part of this route but strangly disconnected from the rest of the scheme However in 1993 funding was provided and between British Rail ( Regional ) and Leicestershire County Council - a number of stations were re-opened. This Ad-Lab will take you on, I expect a mix of driving / rail to visit these locations. At all stations you will find a traditional or a multi SideTracked cache
The 5 stations, Willington, Loughborough, Barrow, Sileby & Syston all have some lovely features - and now an Ad Lab
It can be done as a drive by or train by tour. the answers are not too difficult.
Bonus purely placed as its the only link I can find to Ivanhoe in the area.....
Link to the Ad Lab - https://adventurelab.page.link/NjU5