The above co-ordinates are the starting point. To discover the final location you will need to answer a series of questions.
Location 1. N51 02.295 W001 09.142
a = the number of Ds on this object.
b = the number of Ks.
c = the number of Vs.
Location 2. N51 01.991 W001 09.447
Using the date the ‘Upright Downright Man’ died, d = the first digit of the day of his death.
e = the second digit of the month of his death.
Location 3. N51 01.870 W001 10.763
Gunner King’s service number = fghijk
Location 4. N51 01.932 W001 12.984
l = the number of solar panels on the tallest nearby mast.
Location 5. N51 00.038 W001 14.595
the number on this object = mnop
Location 6. N50 59.870 W001 14.817 Clue updated on 13/7/2018 to reflect the change in the number of plaques.
There are a number of legible circular plaques on an upright post at the side of the track
q = the number of plaques with blue arrows.
r = the number of plaques with blue arrows divided by the number of plaques with yellow arrows.
Location 7. N50 58.898 W001 13.871
s = the number of years which the councillor served the district.
Now you need to put together the following to discover the final location where you are searching for a medium sized ammo box:
N50 AB.CDE W001 FG.HIJ
A = s
B = q + i
C = a + b
D = p
E = l times f
F = e
G = d
H = r - l
I = n + o
J = c
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