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  • I was gonna go tomorrow. I have a great idea for a tag and clue. Oh well, my time will come.

  • Figured out where the current tag is, I hope. So should I go and see if I'm right and only find that I have been beaten again?

  • Wandered around to grab this tonight and got a bit paranoid as there were groups of youths hanging about on some of the canal paths.

  • I wouldn't want to put anyone into unnecessary danger and the Springfield muggings thread certainly makes for grim reading at the moment.

    Saying that, this is on a well lit and well used section of towpath (not near Springfield I should point out), within sight of the road and is the main walking route for a pretty large residential area to the nearest train station.

    I'll happily move it if it doesn't go tonight.

  • Safer alternative tiny toe tag:

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  • Just after I'd managed to find your first tiny toes on streetview....

  • Either one is up for grabs. I'm working on the clue for the safe one

  • Clue for the safer tag:

    The (maths) Lesson: Juventus + Fiat = a street shrouded in mystery.

  • Old: statue of mother and child, Turin St, Bethnal Green

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  • New:

    The Rubik's Cube is originally from Hungary but this guy seemed to make his last stand in nearby Salisbury.

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  • Nicely done. I like the way the Rubik's cube got solved on the way to the new tag!

    The sculpture was The Lesson by Franta Belsky, installed 1959. Interesting video clip of local residents not particularly impressed by it at the time:

  • Nicely done. I like the way the Rubik's cube got solved on the way to the new tag!


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Bicycle Tag of bike

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