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5 Bridges Llangollen

A cache by IREC666 Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 08/21/2003
3 out of 5
1.5 out of 5

Size: Size: regular (regular)

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Geocache Description:

A cache with bridges of many types and ages.

The coordinates give the best position to start this cache, which is a car park, that may also come in handy to leave your probable method of transport on your geocaching trip. Another option is to start in Llangollen and catch a steam train to Berwyn station. (visit link)
The cache is hidden at N52'58.81* W003'11.6**.
For the rest of the North coordinates, you will need to find which number of 'potato' king appears on the vehicular bridge.
For the rest of the West coordinates, you will have to go to the train station and find out the age at which Audrey Roberts passed away.
Start from the car park by travelling down the road to the bridge, take care here as the bridge is quite narrow and can be busy.
At the station do not venture onto the tracks, but do wave at the steam train drivers as they are happy fellows and like to wave back.
Usual stuff hidden in the cache including camera for photos of yourselves so don't forget your make-up.
This is the first cache that we have hidden, so please feel free to e-mail us with your thoughts.
Due to the amount of FTF's and the signal disrupting tree canopy, we have now increased the difficulty rating on this cache. We had thought about adjusting the clue but tough, try harder.

Additional Hints (Decrypt)

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Decryption Key


(letter above equals below, and vice versa)

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