Going Underground (not anymore) #4
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PLEASE NOTE ****While this cache is not within the area affected by the new security guidelines agreed with the Met Police, it is not far away. Please remember that London’s Police and security services remain extra vigilant and you should be careful not to act suspiciously. If you are approached by a member of the security services, please be cooperative and explain that you are Geocaching****
This cache is virtually in the middle of the road!!!!!!!! This short series of caches are to be found at or near entrances to dissused London transportation sites.And they can be found in conjunction with other noteable London caches hidden nearby...Evidence of the old structures can still be seen at the cache site.There are about 40 abandoned or relocated stations on the Underground network along its entire 255 miles (408Km) of trackway - some subsurface and some above ground. Some have vanished without trace whereas others are almost intact, grimey time capsules of the era when they were closed...this cache,unlike the others has nothing to do with "the Tube" as is the site of an old underground tram station.Be careful crossing the road,and thus is not recommended for children unless accompanied by an adult. Small black container double the size of a 35mm one.Log only Try to replace it so it cannot be seen by muggles.
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