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Talk about Portland's Caves
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Following the excellent talk about the Cave's of the North York Moors given live a couple of weeks ago I was inspired to put this together about Portland's caves (definitely not live and certainly not as well put together). I hope you enjoy it / find it informative.
Cracking presentation Tim; I just watched it over a leisurely breakfast on a cold and gloomy Dales morning. Thanks for putting that together.
Just out of interest, I noted your mention of cavers from Leicester being the (likely) first folk to document the caves. Do you happen to know if Trevor Ford had a hand in this?
A really enjoyable start to a Sunday morning!
We’ve got this on our playlist for tonight. Looking forward to it.
--- Quote from: Pitlamp on February 14, 2021, 08:26:58 am ---Just out of interest, I noted your mention of cavers from Leicester being the (likely) first folk to document the caves. Do you happen to know if Trevor Ford had a hand in this?
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T. D. Ford & M. J. Hooper (1964) The Caves of the Isle of Portland in Trans C.R.G. vol 7(1), p.11-37.
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