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Coal Post #41

Hidden : 07/22/2003
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1.5 out of 5

Size: Size: regular (regular)

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Geocache Description:

Inspired by the following links; ( & ( this is our second cache, and the start of the London Coal Post Series, there are only another 199 or so Coal Posts to go!!!.

This is a fairly easy cache to reach, along footpaths and on level ground. Parking is available at the nearby Tower in Shenley or in the car park in Shenley Park for a longer walk.

First find Coal Post #41. Trust us it is there, however nowhere near as easy to find as #24, remember these posts are 150 years old, this one is about 1.5m high, square, made of iron and painted white.

When you find the post, your reward is near; 15m due east of the Coal Post #41. Where you will find the following....

Standard 2.5l Tupperware box, containing;

Disposable camera (first 27 please take a pic)
Toy car
Shower gel

Good luck,

SteveB67 and 'The Two Victorian Gentlemen'

Additional Hints (Decrypt)

Onpx nybat gur urqtrebj sebz [Coal Post#41], ohevrq haqre n snyyra gerr fghzc, nobhg 60z fbhgu bs gur sbbgcngu ng gur rqtr bs gur svryq.

Decryption Key


(letter above equals below, and vice versa)



  • Coal Post #41 close upIt looks clear from here, but trust me it is buried deep in the hedge.
  • Spoiler picThe Ipaq, with reading, hanging from a branch, above the cache.

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