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Shipping Magnate

A cache by MarvinM Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 12/1/2006
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Size: Size: small (small)

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Geocache Description:

Urban cache in high traffic area.

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2,000th person to log this cache!

Whether you're a visiting cruise ship passenger or a born Haligonian, you've benefited from the career of this man. You owe it to yourself to visit a memorial to Sir Samuel Cunard, a local boy who made good.

The monument was unveiled in October 2006 but was moved in August of 2010. It now is the focal point of a small plaza near the cache location. Two more sculptures and a monument were subsequently added to the area. Take a moment to view all the memorials.

There is now public parking at the cache site. It can be busy when the market is operating, and spaces may be hard to come by.

The container is the size of a small jar. It's a quick walk for cruise ship passengers. Please replace so it is hidden from view but easily grabbed. There is no need to explore electrical equipment or the sculptures themselves.

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2,587 Logged Visits

Found it 2,406     Didn't find it 67     Write note 57     Temporarily Disable Listing 7     Enable Listing 7     Publish Listing 1     Needs Maintenance 4     Owner Maintenance 34     Update Coordinates 4     

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