TAC 45 Index
The new address for TAC and TACit Press is 2 Abbey Road Place, Stirling, FK8 1LN, from where you can buy the following quality items:
Corbett Tops and Corbetteers, Alan Dawson and Dave Hewitt, #3.70 (#4.20 inc p&p), 48pp. Details of 669 Tops and 114 Corbetteers. "I have seen the future and it's under 915m in height."
The Grahams and the New Donalds (2nd edition), Alan Dawson and Dave Hewitt, #2.80 (#3.20), 32pp of hill data. "Forget New Labour, never mind Donald Dewar. Labouring up New Donalds is the place to be."
Hewitts and Marilyns of Wales, Dawson, #2 (#2.40); Hewitts and Marilyns of England, Dawson, #2 (#2.40); Hewitts and Marilyns of Ireland, Clem Clements, #3.70 (#4.20). Hewitts = Hills of England, Wales, Ireland over Two Thousand feet; Marilyns = hills of any height with 150m drop.
World Tops and Bottoms, Grant Hutchison, #2 (#2.40); Munro's Fables, Hutchison and Chris Tyler, #5 (#5.50); Walking the Watershed, Hewitt, #6.50 (#7.50). All eight books, plus a six-issue TAC sub: #30 inc p&p. (The six TACit Tables: #15 inc p&p).
Supplies of one of the early TACit Tables, The Murdos, have run out at TACit HQ. A few copies remain in the Cordee warehouse however, so it should still be possible to order one through a shop easy enough. ISBN 0 9522680 3 5, #1.70. The revised edition now looks unlikely before lateish in 2000, but will definitely happen sometime.
The Relative Hills of Britain (Cicerone, 1992), Dawson, #9 inc p&p. "All things are relative." Alan's April 1999 update sheet and the new issue of the Marilyn Hall of Fame newsletter both available free on receipt of an A5 SAE - see page 15.
Get shirty: T-shirts - TAC36 cover, XL or L only at present: #13 or #17 with TAC sub.
TAC33 cover shirt, XL, L, M: #11 or #14 with sub. Basic TAC sub - #6 for six issues.
Cheques - subs/shirts, The Angry Corrie; books/mags, TACit Press. Please remember the new address.
TAC 45 Index