Easter Monday, April 21, 2014
A railway turntable is a device for turning railroad rolling stock, usually locomotives, so that they can be moved back in the direction from which they came.
This cache is situated near a railway museum, DownsSteam where friend Patricia works as a volunteer.
|It's somewhere on the fence|
|The real turntable is to be found behind the bushes|
|The museum entry. Closed for the day, |
but we had a good look around beforehand.
|The cache in situ. A clever little hide.|
|An easy magnetic one.|
Up the Garden Path
|Another magnetic one, which I particularly favour.|
It's one for the more experienced cachers. ;-)
|Can you spot the funny millipede with shoes?|
|The seats of a train...|
|...with Thomas the Tank Engine in the front|
Lizard at Newington
|The name gives it away, but can you spot the little critter?|
|Not an easy find amongst all those trees...|
|Yes, it's somewhere in that tree, guarded by...|
|...this cute little possum. |
Now, who's confused?
Stop and smell the roses
|Sit down and view the beautiful rose gardens|
|Not the cache hiding place, but part of the beautiful park|