Exploring Caves
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Exploring Caves

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Exploring Caves by C.H.D. Cullingford, No. 10 in the Compass Books series

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Exploring Caves

Exploring Caves by C.H.D. Cullingford is one of those classic caving books of the 1950s, generally undervalued for its content. Cullingford wrote from his love of caving, opening with general topics such as legends, smuggling and why go caving anyway. Then, Cullingford takes a tour around Britain's caving regions, describing the caves that he has visited, before ending with some caving advice and an appendix of caving clubs. He records special thanks to South Wales Caving Club and has included a survey of Llygad Llwchwr; many simple but fine drawings are scattered through the text.

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Binding:
Hardback
Dustjacket:
Grubby in places but intact other than a small area of damage to top and bottom of spine; price clipped
Size:
126mm x 190mm approx
New or used:
Book: second-hand
Pages:
148
Illustrations:
B&W drawings and survey; frontispiece photo
Publication date:
1951
Detailed condition:
Pages clean, binding good, cover with a few spots
Condition:
Very good
Availability:
One copy available. Price includes UK postage. Please contact us direct for other destinations
Stock no:
sh354
Author:
Cecil Cullingford

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