The Night Climbers of Cambridge is a book that documents nocturnal and illegal climbing on historical buildings in Cambridge organised by students in the 1930s. The book is a real guide indicating the climbing routes to cross the city via its roofs and façades. Intrigued by these forbidden games, Thomas Mailander sought out the original negatives.
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