I'm trying to lock down (!) a copy of Rock Climbs in Lancashire & the North West - an edition probably published in the early 1980's, authors Phil Kelly & Dave Cronshaw. Includes the Isle of Man
If memory serves, it's softback, plastic cover, a quarried grit route being climbed on the cover and a slightly orange colour theme to the cover & spine. Previous edition is (I think) 1975 predominantly red. Latter edition 1989, White Scar on the front, yellow colour scheme. It's the one in between I'm after. Probably Cicerone Press.
The 1983 edition that you describe, with Anglezarke on the front cover and orange plastic trim, is written by Les Ainsworth, not Kelly and Cronshaw, they wrote the 1986 edition with White Scar on the front.
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