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You are looking for a 35mm film container. Due to my workload and the fact that I now spend time working from home I no longer get time to visit London and administer these caches. If anyone would like to administer the following series then please let me know. Otherwise I will have to archive then which would be a real shame.
(Hyde Park, Kensington Gardens, Regents park area).
Regent's Canal was constructed in the early 1800s to link the Grand Junction Canal's Paddington Arm with the River Thames at Limehouse Basin in the Docklands. It offers a long stretch of pavement with few traffic intrusions, and is heavily populated with walkers, bicyclists, joggers, and the occasional dog/person combination. To begin this series, you can start at Camden Locks and walk westward, ending up at Paddington Station.I can't say if the walkway is open after dark, since no signs were posted on this subject.This cache is at Cumberland Basin, with views toward Regent's Park to the west and Feng Shang Chinese Restaurant to the south. The cache contains a log only, so bring a pen or pencil. After you locate the cache, please return it to the same location so that it is hidden from the casual observer. You will not have to leave the towpath to retrieve or replace the cache.
- View from the cacheFeng Sheng Chinese Restaurant is on the left, and brightly-colored narrow boats are moored on the right. Since it was a calm day, the water made great reflections.
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Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum