Editing Excursion to Bristol District, Easter, 1919. Wednesday, April 16th, to Wednesday, April 23rd - Geologists' Association excursion

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Leave hotel at 9.30 and take tram at the Centre as far as Dowry Square. Cross the Swing Bridge at the entrance to the Floating Harbour, and the New Cut by the Clifton Bridge Ferry.
 
Leave hotel at 9.30 and take tram at the Centre as far as Dowry Square. Cross the Swing Bridge at the entrance to the Floating Harbour, and the New Cut by the Clifton Bridge Ferry.
  
Follow the section in descending order. The higher beds ''—Dibunophyllum ''and Upper ''Seminula ''Beds—are seen in duplicate being repeated by the Observatory Hill fault, but the exposures in the series as repeated are not good on the left bank. The following are the horizons to which special attention will be paid :—
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Follow the section in descending order. The higher beds ''—Dibunophyllum ''and Upper ''Seminula ''Beds—are seen in duplicate being repeated by the Observatory Hill fault, but the exposures in the series as repeated are not good on the left bank. The following are the horizons to which special attention will be paid :—# <div style="margin-left:1.27cm;margin-right:0cm;">D<sub>1</sub> very fossiliferous seen in the riverside exposures.
 
 
# D<sub>1</sub> very fossiliferous seen in the riverside exposures.
 
 
# S<sub>2</sub> poorly exposed in quarry 5, well seen in the riverside exposures. The well-known Concretionary beds' have recently proved to be largely of algal origin.
 
# S<sub>2</sub> poorly exposed in quarry 5, well seen in the riverside exposures. The well-known Concretionary beds' have recently proved to be largely of algal origin.
 
# S<sub>1</sub> exposed, but not too well, in quarry 4.
 
# S<sub>1</sub> exposed, but not too well, in quarry 4.

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