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Do this and Great Slab (in a pair of pumps!) on the same day to get a measure of the skill of the Master. An exhausting struggle on which upward progress is always too tenuous. The rotating chockstones that used to both help and hinder have now gone. © Rockfax

FA. Joe Brown 1951

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UKB Shark 23 Aug, 2005 Show βeta
βeta: In answer to Olivers question - I corresponded and spoke to Joe Brown at the beginning of the year to clear this up and documented it in a letter to OTE earlier this year. Joe confirmed that the key chockstone was not used on the first ascent and was onsight - prior top-roping was, he said, very rare then . The only chockstones (if indeed there were any)were low down before the crux overhang off the ledge i.e. the ones that Paul Mitchell removed in the 80’s. So Joe’s ascent involved running it out from pro before the overhang, past the point where the later chockstone appeared. So anyone seeking to emulate Joe’s ascent should place a hex 11 or friend 4 well below the overhang, then run it out to the top of the crag. The chockstone was added by persons unknown in the 60’s and somehow remained and became legitimised to the extent that most people assumed it had been placed by Joe Brown when clearly it had not. As you rightly say it was a remarkable lead but he was the crack master - check out the off-width roof he did by Lightening Crack at the Roaches Lower tier. Regarding getting past the overhang my solution involved armbarring with my right arm - laybacking is missing the point IMO.
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βeta: In answer to Olivers question - I corresponded and spoke to Joe Brown at the beginning of the year to clear this up and documented it in a letter to OTE earlier this year. Joe confirmed that the key chockstone was not used on the first ascent and was onsight - prior top-roping was, he said, very rare then . The only chockstones (if indeed there were any)were low down before the crux overhang off the ledge i.e. the ones that Paul Mitchell removed in the 80’s. So Joe’s ascent involved running it out from pro before the overhang, past the point where the later chockstone appeared. So anyone seeking to emulate Joe’s ascent should place a hex 11 or friend 4 well below the overhang, then run it out to the top of the crag. The chockstone was added by persons unknown in the 60’s and somehow remained and became legitimised to the extent that most people assumed it had been placed by Joe Brown when clearly it had not. As you rightly say it was a remarkable lead but he was the crack master - check out the off-width roof he did by Lightening Crack at the Roaches Lower tier. Regarding getting past the overhang my solution involved armbarring with my right arm - laybacking is missing the point IMO.
Oliver Hill 12 Aug, 2005 Show βeta
βeta: Any crack is much nicer without tat in it. An inserted chockstone is tat and gets in the way of pleasant crack climbing, if pleasant is the right word for this brute. More to the point what is the easiest way of getting round the overhang? is there a neat technique, or just brute strength and ignorance. Did Joe B climb it onsight or with top rope practise? If onsight how many chockstones? In any case remarkable lead, but phenomenal if unpractised with only 2 chockstones.
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βeta: Any crack is much nicer without tat in it. An inserted chockstone is tat and gets in the way of pleasant crack climbing, if pleasant is the right word for this brute. More to the point what is the easiest way of getting round the overhang? is there a neat technique, or just brute strength and ignorance. Did Joe B climb it onsight or with top rope practise? If onsight how many chockstones? In any case remarkable lead, but phenomenal if unpractised with only 2 chockstones.
UKB Shark 19 Nov, 2004 Show βeta
βeta: It does save on using the friend 6 higher up!
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βeta: It does save on using the friend 6 higher up!
UKB Shark 18 Nov, 2004 Show βeta
βeta: Chockstone has been replaced courtesy of John Cox, Paul Mitchell and Simon Cox and placed in a position further back in the crack which looks as if it wont get in the way of the climbing. Friend 5 protection still advisable to protect getting to the chockstone.
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βeta: Chockstone has been replaced courtesy of John Cox, Paul Mitchell and Simon Cox and placed in a position further back in the crack which looks as if it wont get in the way of the climbing. Friend 5 protection still advisable to protect getting to the chockstone.
Adam Long 13 Oct, 2004 Show βeta
βeta: Did this the other week; removal of the chock has altered the climbing very little, but it is £150 more expensive to protect.
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βeta: Did this the other week; removal of the chock has altered the climbing very little, but it is £150 more expensive to protect.
UKB Shark 13 Oct, 2004 Show βeta
βeta: The chockstone referred to above (which doubled as an, almost! unavoidable hold and runner and hid the best natural hold on the route) was removed by myself in September 2004 initially on a trial basis on the grounds that it cluttered and obstructed the crack detracting from a great climb that nowadays is well protected by large cams. This caused controversy, which was mainly argued out on UKClimbing.com but also some interesting historical facts emerged. The original chockstone was placed by Rock & Ice/Joe Brown apparently by dropping stones in from the top until one jammed. In the 1960’s this original chockstone was absent for a period during which time the route was led in its chock-free state by Al Evans, Mark Vallance Jim Campbell and maybe others. For reasons, and by persons, unknown a chockstone (possibly more) were placed/replaced which means that the stone I removed is almost certainly not the original and therefore without intrinsic historical/romantic value. In the 1980s Paul Mitchell removed some lower chockstones and re-led the route, managing to somehow contort his way past the key chock, without using it for aid. This was not common knowledge and the purist style of Paul’s ascent has not been widely imitated, if at all. To my knowledge another stone has not been reinstated though a number of people have declared an intention to do so. The route without the chockstone is more sustained but the crux is still lower down as before. To put it into context it is still easier, in my opinion, than the top section of Mid Term in Yosemite graded 5.9!
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βeta: The chockstone referred to above (which doubled as an, almost! unavoidable hold and runner and hid the best natural hold on the route) was removed by myself in September 2004 initially on a trial basis on the grounds that it cluttered and obstructed the crack detracting from a great climb that nowadays is well protected by large cams. This caused controversy, which was mainly argued out on UKClimbing.com but also some interesting historical facts emerged. The original chockstone was placed by Rock & Ice/Joe Brown apparently by dropping stones in from the top until one jammed. In the 1960’s this original chockstone was absent for a period during which time the route was led in its chock-free state by Al Evans, Mark Vallance Jim Campbell and maybe others. For reasons, and by persons, unknown a chockstone (possibly more) were placed/replaced which means that the stone I removed is almost certainly not the original and therefore without intrinsic historical/romantic value. In the 1980s Paul Mitchell removed some lower chockstones and re-led the route, managing to somehow contort his way past the key chock, without using it for aid. This was not common knowledge and the purist style of Paul’s ascent has not been widely imitated, if at all. To my knowledge another stone has not been reinstated though a number of people have declared an intention to do so. The route without the chockstone is more sustained but the crux is still lower down as before. To put it into context it is still easier, in my opinion, than the top section of Mid Term in Yosemite graded 5.9!
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crossleysm 6 Jul Lead dnf
robgixer 6 Jul Lead dnf
Hidden 31 May Lead dog
TomatoPro 13 May Lead O/S Hard work on a hot day, went shirtless and only incurred very minor grazing on shoulder, bumped cams
with SamStro
Hard work on a hot day, went shirtless and only incurred very minor grazing on shoulder, bumped cams
with SamStro
mattlyons 28 Apr Lead dnf Got to where the crack widens, probably should have kept going really. Keen to come back though!
with Lenny
Got to where the crack widens, probably should have kept going really. Keen to come back though!
with Lenny
pipof747 15 Nov, 2018 Lead RP Had failed some years ago, quite chuffed to do it first go today. Only had one 4 and one 5 Camalot, top part was spicy like that...
Had failed some years ago, quite chuffed to do it first go today. Only had one 4 and one 5 Camalot, top part was spicy like that...
James Smith 20 Oct, 2018 2nd Managed to jam most of it but had to resort to laybacking for the last couple of metres when it gets mega wide. Good fun!
with kate, raf, melon
Managed to jam most of it but had to resort to laybacking for the last couple of metres when it gets mega wide. Good fun!
with kate, raf, melon
James Smith 20 Oct, 2018 2nd Managed to jam most of it but had to resort to laybacking for the last couple of metres when it gets mega wide. Good fun!
with kate, raf, melon
Managed to jam most of it but had to resort to laybacking for the last couple of metres when it gets mega wide. Good fun!
with kate, raf, melon
CharlieMack 19 Oct, 2018 2nd O/S
Ed Booth 17 Oct, 2018 Lead rpt Thought I fell off last time but apparently not. Still just as thrutchy and no chockstone which felt harder.
Thought I fell off last time but apparently not. Still just as thrutchy and no chockstone which felt harder.
Adam Booth 17 Oct, 2018 2nd O/S
oliver.ghill91 23 Sep, 2018 Lead G/U
with nick
with nick
nwdave 18 Aug, 2018 -
Andy Peak 1 17 Aug, 2018 Lead rpt Felt easey with jamming gloves on:-)
Felt easey with jamming gloves on:-)
Rygar 14 Aug, 2018 Lead O/S
James Oakes 26 Jun, 2018 TR
Hidden 5 Feb, 2018 Lead dnf
mrteale 5 Feb, 2018 Lead dnf
with Charlotte
with Charlotte
Calum Wadsworth 3 Nov, 2017 Lead G/U 2nd try by which point all the gear was in. Good old thrutching. Pretty chuffed as I never thought I would do it!
with Harry Lewis, Teappleby
2nd try by which point all the gear was in. Good old thrutching. Pretty chuffed as I never thought I would do it!
with Harry Lewis, Teappleby
harry_lewis 3 Nov, 2017 Lead G/U 2nd go, hard work
with Matt Arnold, Ruaridh Wadsworth, Teappleby, Calum Wadsworth
2nd go, hard work
with Matt Arnold, Ruaridh Wadsworth, Teappleby, Calum Wadsworth
Teappleby 3 Nov, 2017 Lead G/U Absolute walk compared to when I tried last year. Think I just thought more rather than just trying to swim.
Absolute walk compared to when I tried last year. Think I just thought more rather than just trying to swim.
James Oakes 23 Sep, 2017 Lead O/S
Hidden 16 Sep, 2017 Lead O/S
nickb1 16 Sep, 2017 Lead dnf
with tom b
with tom b
Hidden 30 Jul, 2017 Lead O/S
mari ?Jul, 2017 Lead O/S
Jmpollard 15 Jun, 2017 Lead dnf Had maybe 4 goes ground up, first go got to the crux and fell off exhausted. managed to dial in the first crack on butterflies and knees and 4th go made it past the crux. Stupidly ended up facing the wrong way and slid out of the easier upper wider crack, heartbroken. At least Ive now got some butterly mileage in, only really climbed wider offwidths.
Had maybe 4 goes ground up, first go got to the crux and fell off exhausted. managed to dial in the first crack on butterflies and knees and 4th go made it past the crux. Stupidly ended up facing the wrong way and slid out of the easier upper wider crack, heartbroken. At least Ive now got some butterly mileage in, only really climbed wider offwidths.
Hidden 15 Jun, 2017 Lead dog
tunnah 22 Apr, 2017 2nd dog
CMoore 22 Apr, 2017 Lead O/S What an immense battle! awesome! no chockstones.
What an immense battle! awesome! no chockstones.
Tom.Priestley 22 Apr, 2017 2nd dog Nails stacks, couldn't get the crux. In gloves.
with CMoore, Hinkley Honkley, tunnah
Nails stacks, couldn't get the crux. In gloves.
with CMoore, Hinkley Honkley, tunnah
Granitemuncher 30 Oct, 2016 Lead O/S Nice offwidth climbing, shame its so short. a Fist+palm stack will get you over the the mini-roof after using the side crimps for positioning... maybe that kills the spirit of the climb ....
with Rich Spencer
Nice offwidth climbing, shame its so short. a Fist+palm stack will get you over the the mini-roof after using the side crimps for positioning... maybe that kills the spirit of the climb ....
with Rich Spencer
Hidden 29 Oct, 2016 2nd dnf
Hidden 29 Oct, 2016 2nd dnf
dan gibson 23 Oct, 2016 Lead RP Tried this a few times over the last ten years. Did lots of offwidths in the US last year up to 5.11, this still felt very hard.
Tried this a few times over the last ten years. Did lots of offwidths in the US last year up to 5.11, this still felt very hard.
Hidden 23 Oct, 2016 2nd rpt
James Oswald 19 Oct, 2016 Lead O/S Amazing route - climbed it with a couple of size 4s, 2 size 5s and a 6 but it would be okay with a 4 and 2 5s I think. Laybacked the narrow bit and got one leg into the crack for the upper bit and chicken winged - arrived at the top out of breath. One of the best grit routes around.
with Andy Moles
Amazing route - climbed it with a couple of size 4s, 2 size 5s and a 6 but it would be okay with a 4 and 2 5s I think. Laybacked the narrow bit and got one leg into the crack for the upper bit and chicken winged - arrived at the top out of breath. One of the best grit routes around.
with Andy Moles
ashtond6 18 Sep, 2016 Lead dog This is such an impressive route. The crack definitely shouldn't have chockstones in, so it was good they have been removed. However this surely must make it harder. The most impressive brown route I have tried, 1951?!?!?? At the time I hated it, now I'm desperate to go back :)
This is such an impressive route. The crack definitely shouldn't have chockstones in, so it was good they have been removed. However this surely must make it harder. The most impressive brown route I have tried, 1951?!?!?? At the time I hated it, now I'm desperate to go back :)
ferdia 13 Aug, 2016 2nd O/S wow!
with maddy.c
wow!
with maddy.c
Teappleby 24 May, 2016 Lead dnf So close. So sick...
So close. So sick...
benkelsey 24 May, 2016 2nd dnf Very good effort from tom 30cm from top. I thought I was getting there but lost momentum around the slight widening 2/3 of the way up. Felt brutalised and clueless. Respect to the wide boys.
Very good effort from tom 30cm from top. I thought I was getting there but lost momentum around the slight widening 2/3 of the way up. Felt brutalised and clueless. Respect to the wide boys.
Hidden 9 Apr, 2016 Lead β
charley 3 Apr, 2016 Lead dnf Tried it 2-3 times ground-up, couldn't get past the crux - exhausting. Need to work on my off-width skills. Will be back....
with LiMarie
Tried it 2-3 times ground-up, couldn't get past the crux - exhausting. Need to work on my off-width skills. Will be back....
with LiMarie
James Thacker ??, 2016 -
rajeshwarbisht 23 Aug, 2015 2nd dnf
with Flavio
with Flavio
Flavio 23 Aug, 2015 Lead O/S Bruised, clothes shredded and still a bit queasy, feels like I just fought a bear. I dragged up the only useful cam I had but left it halfway when it no longer fit and had to ranout the 'swim' to the top. Very traditional.
Bruised, clothes shredded and still a bit queasy, feels like I just fought a bear. I dragged up the only useful cam I had but left it halfway when it no longer fit and had to ranout the 'swim' to the top. Very traditional.
Rob Greenwood - UKClimbing 21 Jul, 2015 Lead G/U Tried it years ago: desperate. Tried it 10 years later: still desperate.
with Fat Boy
Tried it years ago: desperate. Tried it 10 years later: still desperate.
with Fat Boy
morganator 17 Jul, 2015 Lead O/S A good fight. Great fun with slowly rising difficulty and effort the higher you go. Used a cam 4, 4.5, 5 then 6 for the top. You'd probably be fine with just a 5 and a 6
with James Hall
A good fight. Great fun with slowly rising difficulty and effort the higher you go. Used a cam 4, 4.5, 5 then 6 for the top. You'd probably be fine with just a 5 and a 6
with James Hall
dan ely 27 Jun, 2015 Lead dog lost balance and fell twice about 1 foot. Didnt rest on gear. great route! funny enough i found using the small footholds the hardest which made it not to pumpy as theres rests on it
lost balance and fell twice about 1 foot. Didnt rest on gear. great route! funny enough i found using the small footholds the hardest which made it not to pumpy as theres rests on it
Tophe 19 Jun, 2015 Lead O/S
Nick1812P 19 Jun, 2015 Lead dnf
with Tophe
with Tophe
jacobjacob 12 Feb, 2015 Lead O/S Nearly threw up at the top of this, must. learn. to. offwidth!
Nearly threw up at the top of this, must. learn. to. offwidth!
phil64 ??, 2015 -
pearson9596 6 Dec, 2014 Lead O/S
with ian d f
with ian d f
ian d f 6 Dec, 2014 2nd O/S Cool route!
Cool route!
Andy Peak 1 5 Oct, 2014 Lead rpt lots of difrent jams lots of face holds just amazing
lots of difrent jams lots of face holds just amazing
soph 5 Oct, 2014 Lead O/S
with Tony Stone
with Tony Stone
Hidden 26 Sep, 2014 Lead RP
andi turner 3 Aug, 2014 Lead Last route of day 100 :)
with Aniseed Dave
Last route of day 100 :)
with Aniseed Dave
Albachoss 27 Jul, 2014 TR β Lead to the crux by Josh with only stacked hexes and a monkey fist, tr'd it in the end. So exhausted at the top i nearly became a skeleton-chockstone.
with josh
Lead to the crux by Josh with only stacked hexes and a monkey fist, tr'd it in the end. So exhausted at the top i nearly became a skeleton-chockstone.
with josh
Dan Geh 29 Jun, 2014 Lead dog Finally just went for it. A few falls. So sustained! Nice butterfly jams on the crux.
Finally just went for it. A few falls. So sustained! Nice butterfly jams on the crux.
AMJ098 29 Jun, 2014 2nd dnf
tgeh 29 Jun, 2014 2nd dog
with adam jordan, dan geh
with adam jordan, dan geh
funsized 16 May, 2014 Lead dnf
with Alex Halllam, dannyboy83
with Alex Halllam, dannyboy83
LucaC 24 Mar, 2014 Lead dnf Shutdown.
with George
Shutdown.
with George
Hidden ??, 2014 -
Andy Peak 1 5 Oct, 2013 Lead One rest, will climb again very soon
One rest, will climb again very soon
Apharri 9 Sep, 2013 Lead RP Fell twice before sending
with Jim Gayler
Fell twice before sending
with Jim Gayler
Simon Davis 27 Aug, 2013 2nd dog Jamming fine. Upwards progress not fine. Need to engage that outside leg.
with Tim P
Jamming fine. Upwards progress not fine. Need to engage that outside leg.
with Tim P
Tubs 19 Jun, 2013 Lead dnf Got mangled but will be back. The hand/fist stack method worked fine but just couldn't muster enough udge to get my legs through the overlap. No sign of a chockstone at the moment.
with AJM
Got mangled but will be back. The hand/fist stack method worked fine but just couldn't muster enough udge to get my legs through the overlap. No sign of a chockstone at the moment.
with AJM
quiffhanger 20 Apr, 2013 Lead O/S Pretty pleased to get up this - had low expectations but determination won over. Never climbed anything like it.
Pretty pleased to get up this - had low expectations but determination won over. Never climbed anything like it.
dannyboy83 14 Oct, 2012 Lead RP Fell off this repeatedly years ago, 1st time today, almost cried at the frustration of trying to make upwards progress!
with Floris
Fell off this repeatedly years ago, 1st time today, almost cried at the frustration of trying to make upwards progress!
with Floris
Dan Arkle ??, 2012 Lead
Ed Booth 28 Oct, 2011 Lead O/S Thrutch scenes!
Thrutch scenes!
Adam Booth 28 Oct, 2011 Lead dog Brilliant fun. Writing this the day after doing it... I feel completely beaten up! Will go back and lead it clean but after the second fall from the crux I couldn't be arsed to lower back down again.
Brilliant fun. Writing this the day after doing it... I feel completely beaten up! Will go back and lead it clean but after the second fall from the crux I couldn't be arsed to lower back down again.
nicolat 14 Jul, 2011 2nd
with James Mitchell
with James Mitchell
Hidden 11 Jul, 2011 Lead dnf
markalmack 21 May, 2011 Lead O/S
with james marjot
with james marjot
Pete Graham 19 Mar, 2011 Lead Climbed after minimal sleep and maximum alcohol for maximum grimness. I highly recommend this technique. It was ace.
with malx
Climbed after minimal sleep and maximum alcohol for maximum grimness. I highly recommend this technique. It was ace.
with malx
bigie bob 1 Mar, 2011 Lead O/S
nicolat ??, 2011 2nd
with James Mitchell
with James Mitchell
tonanf ??, 2011 TR
Jack Geldard ??, 2011 -
GeoffG ??, 2011 -
walts4 ??, 2011 -
debsb ??, 2011 Lead
tallsop 8 Aug, 2010 Lead dnf Got beasted by this badboy!
with Dave Saxby
Got beasted by this badboy!
with Dave Saxby
Hidden ?Jul, 2010 2nd β
Tom Briggs 27 Mar, 2010 2nd
with Jeff Hollenbaugh
with Jeff Hollenbaugh
Dave Turnbull, BMC 7 Mar, 2010 Lead O/S Tough struggle, harder to get up than many E4s, some E5 and alot of 7a+'s.
with Ian Carr
Tough struggle, harder to get up than many E4s, some E5 and alot of 7a+'s.
with Ian Carr
Hidden ??, 2010 -
Hidden ??, 2010 -
The old James turnbull ??, 2010 -
Alex Mason 31 Oct, 2009 Lead What a tussle, climbed with shoulder in the crack method, turning the lip is strenuous. got stood on the chock then reversed 2m to bring the cam up for the top then fell on it less than a foot from the top, pulled back on and finished it. Savage.greasy.
What a tussle, climbed with shoulder in the crack method, turning the lip is strenuous. got stood on the chock then reversed 2m to bring the cam up for the top then fell on it less than a foot from the top, pulled back on and finished it. Savage.greasy.
Hidden 18 Oct, 2009 Lead rpt
stevebarratt ?Oct, 2009 Lead O/S No laybacking
with Cliff
No laybacking
with Cliff
Hidden 15 Apr, 2009 2nd dog
DavidEvans 5 Apr, 2009 Lead dnf
with Helen Garrett
with Helen Garrett
eddy-on-the-rocks 21 Feb, 2009 Lead dog More than one friend 5 would be handy and the getting through the overlap requires a bit of laybacking facing right.
More than one friend 5 would be handy and the getting through the overlap requires a bit of laybacking facing right.
Hidden 16 Nov, 2008 Lead dog
Toby Dunn 30 Aug, 2008 Lead
with JulesV
with JulesV
jcurley 24 Aug, 2008 2nd dnf Climbed to the crux, butterfly jams ????
with FedUp
Climbed to the crux, butterfly jams ????
with FedUp
IanJackson 1 Jul, 2008 Lead dnf What a fight!!!!
with Adam1973
What a fight!!!!
with Adam1973
tuftynick ??, 2008 -
Brown ??, 2008 2nd O/S
with Henry
with Henry
JulesV ??, 2008 Lead O/S
Hidden 17 Nov, 2007 2nd
angleseykayaker 1 May, 2007 Lead
with Sean Malone
with Sean Malone
feilx 14 Oct, 2006 Lead dog I'll be back
I'll be back
Hidden ??, 2006 -
Boy ??, 2006 -
Rob Greenwood - UKClimbing ?Nov, 2005 Lead dnf Well...at least I tried!
Well...at least I tried!
Tom Briggs ??, 2005 -
UKB Shark 30 Aug, 2004 Lead O/S
with Gav Pike
with Gav Pike
Rich Cross - Alpine Guides ?Sep, 2003 Lead
with Jon Bracey
with Jon Bracey
Neil McA 19 Oct, 2002 Lead O/S Borrowed some big cams off Dick Turnbull
with Tony Walker
Borrowed some big cams off Dick Turnbull
with Tony Walker
Hidden 21 Apr, 2002 Lead
Hidden ??, 2002 Lead rpt
Hidden ??, 1995 2nd β
Glenn Sutcliffe ??, 1995 -
with keefe
with keefe
Dave Musgrove Jnr 4 Jul, 1994 Lead O/S no big cam. Absorbing!
with Jon Sykes
no big cam. Absorbing!
with Jon Sykes
Hidden 24 Aug, 1993 Lead O/S
Chris Ellis 15 Jun, 1993 2nd
with Martin Veale
with Martin Veale
donie ??, 1990 -
donie ??, 1990 -
donie ??, 1990 -
donie ??, 1990 -
donie ??, 1990 -
donie ??, 1990 -
donie ??, 1990 -
donie ??, 1990 -
Seymore Butt ??, 1990 2nd
with Roy
with Roy
Nick Rundall ??, 1990 2nd
William Robertson ??, 1987 Lead O/S
with Emily, Steve, Shaun etc
with Emily, Steve, Shaun etc
Hidden ??, 1985 Lead
Andy Nicholson ?Sep, 1982 Lead O/S
with Spike
with Spike
Dave Musgrove 13 Sep, 1981 -
uphillnow ?Aug, 1981 2nd John lead it easily without the use of modern pro, almost no pro in fact!
with john stanger
John lead it easily without the use of modern pro, almost no pro in fact!
with john stanger
Ian Jones ??, 1979 2nd O/S
with Dave Greenald
with Dave Greenald
clanger ??, 1972 Lead
Andy Say ??, 1972 2nd
mikej 28 Jun, 1969 Lead
with Mike Browne
with Mike Browne
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