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S11 - on 03 Jul 2018

The second part of the history of climbing at Stoney Middleton by Geoff Birtles is now online at http://smhccg.org/rock-climbing/  Essentially this covers the 1970s when Tom Proctor dominated the Dale with historic new routes such as Our Father.
 

profitofdoom on 03 Jul 2018
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Great article[s] and photos, thanks very much

Christheclimber on 03 Jul 2018
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Thanks for posting. A really good read.

McHeath - on 04 Jul 2018
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Wow, this really took me back! I had that copy of Crags with TP on Menopause on the cover for years, got lost in a move. And Sin was my first attempted VS lead on limestone; I fell off it after the crux and was well stopped by my mate and the first hex I'd ever personally owned.

A great read, thanks for posting!

Kafoozalem - on 05 Jul 2018
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Looks really interesting - even for a soft southerner. I look forward to reading it.

steve taylor - on 05 Jul 2018
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Thanks Ian - that's brightened up an otherwise dull afternoon!

Steve

bensilvestre - on 09 Jul 2018
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Awesome, cheers


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