If you click on the image in Dirk's post it will expand and is perfectly clear.
Good question Dirk, I too have wondered about this and would be very interested in Pete's answer especially if it clarifies whether the "final six" dictate the order of the "four before" or if it is the overall solution itself that dictates the order.
Please can you clarify something that you have already answered on this forum but i'd like to make sure I am 100% clear regarding your answer. You were asked not too long ago whether the token is hidden in an area accessible to the public at all times of day. You said yes. Are you saying there are no access restrictions at all i.e. access is available 24 hours a day?
Thanks Guestess, your idea to use a year to locate an area code was good thinking, it's a shame it didn't work out. I find my own thoughts returning to an idea I first put forward in 2014 that the solution is a phone number and that this is the "passport to the treasure". Maybe the number is called and there are directions to the hiding place or that the number belongs to a phone box that needs to be located.