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Descent (17), January 1971
Collector's copy: price includes postage and takes condition and scarcity into account. See Description tab for details of condition and the Notes tab for general information about second-hand copies of Descent.
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Descent (17), May 1971
Croydon Make Their Screen Debut
Going Down in the World was not intended to be a caving documentary, but it does show a typical caving weekend. This is how Croydon CC members shot the footage.
Porth yr Ogof Death
Did vandals untie the vital belay line and cause cave diver Paul Esser’s death?
NCA Battles for Grant Status
The NCA is seeking Sports Council grant support – but the council doesn’t like the NCA constitution!
The Training Board – and Who’ll Be On It
With a cave leader’s certificate introduced by BACI, now someone has to run the scheme.
Jammed in Swildon’s for Ten Hours
A rescue from Swildon’s Hole in January was unusual: it’s not often that someone is that stuck in a squeeze.
12 Access Rules Now for Tunnel Cave
If you’re heading for Tunnel Cave in South Wales, there’s a bunch of new rules to comply with.
The Drill Rig: Its Role in Cave Rescue
How might a decent drill improve a casualty’s chances in a tight system?
Tassy Cavers’ Record Hopes for Depths of Khazad-Dum
Tasmanian cavers are pushing for yet more depth records.
Cover: Bridging a canal. Artwork: Tony Payne
- Card cover
- Small format: 16cm x 20cm approx.
- 36 inc. cover
- Publication date:
- May 1971
- Detailed condition:
- As near perfect as likely to be found for a copy of this age. Staples clean. Slight mark on back cover
- One copy available. Price includes UK postage. Please contact us direct for other destinations
- Stock no: 820
Second-hand copies of Descent
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Descent (4), May 1969 SECOND-HAND Collector's copy: price includes postage and takes condition and scarcity into account. See Description tab for details of condition and the Notes tab for general information about second-hand copies of Descent.Depending on your post destination, this copy may show as unavailable. Please contact us in this case, so that...
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