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N 52° 18.853 W 002° 04.231

This Tardis is in the National Telephone box museum in Avoncoft, Bromsgrove, UK. In the 1960’s this type of police box became famous as the Tardis in the Dr Who television series. The Tardis was much larger inside than out and could travel through time.
In fact there is just enough room inside these boxes for a policeman to shelter from the weather while calling the police station. It can also be used to lock up a criminal for a short time.
Museum web address: http://www.avoncroft.org.uk/

Tardis police box and GPS

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infoLocationless Caches could be considered the opposite of a Traditional Cache. Instead of finding a hidden container, you are given a task to locate a specific object and log its coordinates. A scavenger hunt of sorts, it involves collecting waypoints of various objects around the world.

Locationless caches have evolved into Waymarking. Waymark categories are similar to how locationless caches were listed on geocaching.com, but you can now search for the locations in each category.
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