A Cragsman's day

Rock climbing on the Cobbler

A black and white silent movie taken by Ben H Humble in 1946. It features John 'Jock' Nimlin, Harry Grant and David Easson climbing some of the peaks of The Cobbler. This film is in part an instructional account of the climbing techniques used. This film was awarded principal prize by Mr. Michael Powell in the 1948 Scottish Amateur Festival as depicted in the titles. The titles also advise the viewer that nothing in this film is faked!

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