The Unanswered Questions queue is now 136 pages long, when viewed at the maximum setting of 50 questions per page. The link options at the base of page 1 of the queue make it very easy to jump to pages 2, 3, 4, 5, or 136 of the queue; and if you click the link for page 5, you gain easy access from the bottom of that page to pages 1, 3, 4, 6, 7, and 136 of the queue. Clicking the link for page 7 there fetches quick links at the bottom of that page for 1, 5, 6, 8, 9, and 136; and so on. And if you click the link for page 136, you'll get quick link to pages 1, 132, 133, 134, and 135.
This arrangement allows you to step through the entire Unanswered Questions queue—eventually—by clicking successive links. But if you want to see what's on page 70 of the queue (for example), the stepwise method is clearly unsatisfactory. The URL for page 1 of the Unanswered Questions queue is https://english.stackexchange.com/unanswered, which doesn't offer an obvious way to insert a different page number into the URL. But if you click the link for a page of the queue other than page 1, you'll find a more useful URL. The one for page 5 of the queue, for example, is https://english.stackexchange.com/unanswered/tagged/?page=5&tab=votes). Once there, you can replace the number of the page identified in the URL with the number of the page that you want to visit (such as 70—that is, https://english.stackexchange.com/unanswered/tagged/?page=70&tab=votes); double-clicking the altered URL will then take you straight to the desired page.
Here is my question: Is there a more direct way to accomplish this jump to a specified page of the queue, via a page search box or some other method that I'm not aware of? My approach works pretty well, but it does take two steps—clicking a link to a page other than page 1 of the queue, and then replacing the page number in the URL there with the desired page number and double-clicking the URL or pressing Enter/Return. A page search box would get me there in a single step.