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Found it van der Decken found Brass Cap Cache- Smith-Dorrien Rd (Locked)

Wednesday, 12 December 2012Alberta, Canada

N 51° 07.509 W 114° 05.633

BCP603 - Bermondsey Cap
Elev. 1152 metres

I had to run an errand tonight and decided that I'd make a small detour to stop by this cap. I thiknk it's safe to say that if you can't see this cap right off... put your glasses on! The concrete pedestal is not only visible in Google street view, you can see it in the aerial shots as well. So there's no problem seeing it as you drive up to the end of the street.

The cap has quite a number of tool marks on the cap. I imagine they all date to when ground level was much, much higher. The numbers are all still visible despite the damage.

And now I know what a stovepipe looks like under the surface. I had no idea that the concrete went down that far! Thanks for the cap, outforthehunt.

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