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Descent (16), January 1971
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Descent (16), January 1971
The Black Book
Rescue teams in northern England have a list of sites that they consider tight and difficult to extract a casualty from. They need help with suggestions on the best way forward!
The Hydraulic Sarong
On the hardware scene, a suggestion for combating accidental hypothermia.
Cavers Learn the Gentle Art of Bang
Sid Perou reports on a special course on the use of explosives.
Shaft Finds for W.S.G. in High Greece
Westminster SG members have bottomed a series of shafts in Greece.
LUSS Push Spain’s Cueva del Piscorciano
Alan Proctor writes about the latest Lancaster USS trip to northern Spain.
Expedition ‘Pleased’ with 200ft Pot
From the British expedition to the Himalayas comes news of the first big success.
A new Australian depth record has been set in Tasmania.
Iceland is Target for Shepton Mallet’s 21st Celebration
For the club’s coming of age, they’re off to Iceland on expedition.
P8: Attack on Sumps is Geared for Next Year
Attempts on the P8 sumps in the Peak have been repulsed so far – but the guys keep on trying!
Cover: At the lip of a shaft. Artwork: Tony Payne
- Card cover
- Small format: 16cm x 20cm approx.
- New or used:
- Descent: second-hand
- 36 inc. cover
- Publication date:
- January 1971
- Detailed condition:
- Staples rusty, affecting paper; small tear to lower edge of p16; back cover stained and with inked writing; generally good
- One copy available. Price includes UK postage. Please contact us direct for other destinations
- Stock no: 822
Second-hand copies of Descent
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Descent (26), January 1974 SECOND-HAND Collector's copy: price includes postage and takes condition and scarcity into account. See Data tab for details of condition, general notes provides information about second-hand copies of Descent. For posting outside the UK, please contact us direct.
Descent (22), August 1972 SECOND-HAND Collector's copy: price includes postage and takes condition and scarcity into account. See Data tab for details of condition, general notes provides information about second-hand copies of Descent. For posting outside the UK, please contact us direct.