Here we go steady away.Three Rope Bridge Glen Nevis

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top spotter on February 25, 2010

Hi Steve Herrrrr competely slipped my mind :o))).Alan

sugarbag1 on February 26, 2010

Hello Alan. Well, who ever took this photo did a fine job and and all praise to the brave one walking this three rope bridge. My Best Regards,David

top spotter on February 26, 2010

Hi sugarbag1 Just to let you know its me on the rope bridge I think we gave up in the end and crossed up stream where it was shallow.You swung about a bit too much un the bridge especialy in the middle.Regards Alan

Geezer Vz on February 26, 2010

Three legged stools are great, but I'm not so sure about a three rope bridge. You are very brave or foolish, you make the call. I wonder if the photographer was waiting for a shot with more action! Good picture. Guy

top spotter on February 27, 2010

Hi Geezer Vz Yes The photgrapher probibly was waiting for action shot he was my cousin.Thanks for your visit and comments.Best wishes Alan

Jim Evans (AXOTA) on March 4, 2010

Aye well Alan...I think I can see why this 3 rope trick was nigh impossible...it strikes me that the essential tie ropes connecting hand and foor ropes were missing...no wonder you couldn't cross it...you would need to be a tight-rope act to do that ;>)

I had a visit recently from a German steam buff...he's got some interesting stuff..I left him a link to yours. His first name is Josef!!!! I leave you a link to his stuff GERMAN STEAM LOCOS

Best wishes pal...;>)

Jim

top spotter on March 4, 2010

Hi AXOTA Thanks for the link Jim I have saved his gallery as a fav to brouse through later.I did not bother with this crossing it did swing about a bit when I got to the middle.Regards Alan

top spotter on May 7, 2011

Hi Steve Yep not a bad shot now who was that Photographer erm I can`t seem to rememer his name ?! Best wishes Alan

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