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Wezzit?

Fulk

Well-known member
Thanks, John; how about this (it's a picture I made from an old slide, so the quality's not too good):

Wezzit.jpg
 

skippy

Active member
I know it as it's the same caver that features at the top of the pitch in one of your books..but I'll let it run for a while
 

Pitlamp

Well-known member
Cat Hole, Clapham. Survey by Leakey and Pearce; a formidable post war caving team!

(Glad I'm not in there today, with Storm Debi coming through . . . . )
 

Pitlamp

Well-known member
Sorry - I almost felt guilty pouncing straight in on that one but I was involved in a project there recently and consulted that very survey as part of prior research.

OK, here's a picture of a substantial resurgence. What's it called and where is it? (It's not too difficult; plenty of forum members will have looked at it.)

Wezzit_13-11-23.jpg
 

langcliffe

Well-known member
Sorry - I almost felt guilty pouncing straight in on that one but I was involved in a project there recently and consulted that very survey as part of prior research.

OK, here's a picture of a substantial resurgence. What's it called and where is it? (It's not too difficult; plenty of forum members will have looked at it.)

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St. Helen's Well, but I think we are on Fulk's at the moment.
 

Pitlamp

Well-known member
Correct Langcliffe - it's the main rising for Pate Hole at Great Asby.

Now you can concentrate fully on Fulk's most recent photo. (y)
 

Fjell

Well-known member
There is some muttering round here that it is Juniper.

I appear to have driven past that rising many times without realising what it was.
 
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