/ egerton bolts

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efrance24234 - on 15 Apr 2013
Anyone know anything about the bolts at egerton.. I counted about 8 shiny new staples at the top of one of the buttress.
Mark Collins - on 15 Apr 2013
In reply to efrance24234: Blimey, not more bolts in Lancashire :-(
Ste_b1978 - on 15 Apr 2013
In reply to efrance24234: i saw some bolts at denham in friday dont know how long they've been there
wheelo - on 15 Apr 2013
In reply to efrance24234: where are the denham bolts efrance?
Ste_b1978 - on 15 Apr 2013
In reply to efrance24234: above the pool on a small overhang, possibly on the route " Thats all it takes" E4!
wilkie14c - on 15 Apr 2013
In reply to Ste_b1978: Old rusty bolt that isn't drilled in enough but strangly has a SS hanger on end of time E2 IIRC, also used on complete streaker, VS, too. Hope thats the one and not a new one
Ste_b1978 - on 15 Apr 2013
In reply to efrance24234: the couple i saw were looked pretty shiny
Calder - on 16 Apr 2013
In reply to efrance24234:

At the top of Grooved Wall? Or near there at least? Not a clue - there's something in my head about them being mentioned before, but I can't recall. I'll have a root for any info later on.

The Denham one simply looks like it has been replaced. Again, whether this was done at the request of the Godfather I'm not sure - but will check back through the various crag clean-up emails I've got.
butteredfrog - on 16 Apr 2013
In reply to efrance24234:

Were the Edgerton bolts not placed because the top out is onto private land?
efrance24234 - on 16 Apr 2013
In reply to butteredfrog: No, it tops out onto a public path I think.... and yet it's the top of grooved wall I think.
Calder - on 16 Apr 2013
In reply to efrance24234:

Here we go - I knew I'd seen it somewhere. You'll have to scroll down, page 5 it's on.

Took some hunting, I tell you...

http://tinyurl.com/cuk7bm9

G.
Calder - on 16 Apr 2013
In reply to Calder:

It's probably worth the moderator adding this to the crag info.
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Mark Collins - on 16 Apr 2013
In reply to Calder: Thanks for the explanation.

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