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The cache is located in woodland on Marlow Common. Easy access via woodland paths, not far from the road, suitable for a 'dash and cache'
Cache gets it's name from an area to the east of the cache which is known as 'The Trenches'. It was my intention to place the cache in one of these but the tree cover was such that it was impossible to get a reliable fix.The area gets it's name from the activities of the Royal Engineers during WW1 where they trained in the digging of trenches and the revetting of them, this is a direct quote from my book on Marlow and apparently revetting means facing with or masonry, I had to look this one up in the dictionary, with Geocaching we learn something every day!! The earhworks are still quite visible.The cach is in a 1 litre plastic container and contains the usual goodies.
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Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum