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This cache, a plastic jar, is attached to metal with the usual magnets.
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.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 protected from the elements and hidden from the casual observer. There is room for small objects in the cache, although it did not begin with any! You will not have to leave the towpath to retrieve or replace the cache, but it will help if you have long arms.
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- View looking westThe canal and towpath run through Regent's Park at this point. The Park is visible on the left, and private homes are on the right.
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Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum