Descent (11), March 1970 OUT OF...
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There’s been a breakthrough in Ayleburn Mine Cave.
Taking another look at our hardware, Derek Appleing considers how a Nife cell might power underground communications.
The Cave Projects Group has formed to take on specific tasks.
Several landowners have changed in the Dales, leading to a new set of access arrangements.
A new group, the NAC – that’s the Northern Association of Cavers, has been proposed to organise caving in north-east England.
Noon’s Hole, named for an unlucky soul thrown down the shaft, sees a new examination.
Prospecting the mountains and moors of Scotland, Grampian SG members have found a series of sites.
Cover: Caver in an entrance. Artwork: Tony Payne