Hi GlennThanks for the info! Jem Rowland and Gary Jones have also helped to identify folk - Jem says that it's Colin Fairburn behind the dingy in the smaller shot - in the Green Canal. I'll double check with Bob though!Let me know if you do manage to identify yourself - as it were! I have amended the page with names that I have so far!CheersPeter
I can't put my hand on my copy of the Observer Magazine at present.
One question; was it really known as the "Endless Crawl" before it went and became the "Long Crawl", or was that a bit of journalistic nonsense?Rhys
Quote from: Rhys on October 29, 2008, 08:55:52 pmOne question; was it really known as the "Endless Crawl" before it went and became the "Long Crawl", or was that a bit of journalistic nonsense?RhysCannot be sure, but I seem to remember Alan Coase telling me that was true. Others will know for certain, though.
As surely every member will know by now Dan-Ogof really has "gone" and how! Possibly at this stage details of who did what and how, are irrelevant, but suffice it to say that Eileen Davies and Bruce Foster were first in,
One story that was current in the early seventies was that when Bruce and Eileen reached the top of the pitch, (into what became Gerard Platten Hall), they found the initials P.O. One Peter Ogden who had apparently passed the constriction at the end of the Long Crawl - but did not have the tackle to descend the pitch. What a bummer - if true!
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