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Damart Chimney climb, Bingley July 2011
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Default Damart Chimney climb, Bingley July 2011 - 04-07-2011, 10:10



Years ago there was no outdoor clothes as such you used to wear long-john's and woolly jumpers , then Damart came along and revolutionized the outdoors undergarment , so keen to try out these new wonder clothes my father and I made a trip over to Bingley to kit ourselves out in this new rigour , as we drove into the factory yard our eyes were drawn to the magnificent chimney with lettering right up it , the concept of such a large-scale advertisement was not known back then but over the next 20 years was to become a house-hold name and so easy to find because of there huge black chimney with 6ft white letters , we pulled up outside the mill shop and wondered in , I bought the leggings a polo-neck and some gloves my father with a bigger budget than me was trying all-sorts on , so I paid and said I would meet him outside , as I walked out I couldn't help myself but try and climb upto the overhang on the chimney , after 3 go,s I was swinging on the lip with 20ft of fresh air below me , fast forward 100s of years and there I am swinging from the same arm but this time it was the top of the chimney I was after..



Sadly my Damart clothing has long gone but my youthful good looks and adventurous spirt still getting me into lumber..
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Default 04-07-2011, 10:21

Its nice to revisit these places, I had a similar thing with Burtonwood hangars, Id have been crushed if Id not got on and in them before they went.
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Default 04-07-2011, 17:44

Loving your story behind this one, inspirational stuff.
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Default 05-07-2011, 22:30



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