Dublin Cemetery LbNA # 37707
|Placed Date||Jan 12 2008|
Dublin Cemetery was founded in 1858 and is still in use today. Please use discretion when visiting. Cemetery hours are from dawn to dusk.
To get to the box, park on Monterey Street, across from the tennis courts. From here, head through the two pillars onto the gravel access road. Off to the right, there is a small garden with a stone bench between two trees. As you sit here facing right, you can see the gravestone of Christopher Claypool, a Columbus police officer who died in the line of duty.
Head towards the bluebird box in the evergreen bushes. Between the southernmost shrub and the wall, you will find your prize.