Excursion to Mount Sorrel, Buddon Wood, etc. (Charnwood Forest). Thursday. August 29th, 1912 - Geologists' Association excursion

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Geologists' Association Circular No. 146. Session 1911–1912. p.8-9

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Excursion to Mount Sorrel, August 29th 1912

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Excursion to Mount Sorrel, August 29th 1912

Page 137 P805594 Kinchley Hill. Quarry in quartz-diorite veined with a fine grained pinkish buff micropegmatite. Excursion to Mount Sorrel, August 29th 1912.
Page 137 P805595 Views from Mount Sorrel showing flooded state of the country. Excursion to Mount Sorrel, August 29th 1912.
Page 137 P805596 Views from Mount Sorrel showing flooded state of the country. Excursion to Mount Sorrel, August 29th 1912.
Page 139 P805597 Granite Quarry at Mount Sorrel. This is a hornblendic granite, grey or pink in colour and not unlike the Eskdale granite in character and composition. Excursion to Mount Sorrel, August 29th 1912.
Page 139 P805598 Granite Quarry at Mount Sorrel. This is a hornblendic granite, grey or pink in colour and not unlike the Eskdale granite in character and composition. Excursion to Mount Sorrel, August 29th 1912.
Page 139 P805599 Granite Quarry at Mount Sorrel. The age of the granite is considered to be the same as that of the Lake District and of south Scotland, viz. Devonian. Excursion to Mount Sorrel, August 29th 1912.
Page 141 P805600 Joints in granite, Mount Sorrel. Excursion to Mount Sorrel, August 29th 1912.
Page 141 P805601 Mount Sorrel granite pierced by dyke of felsite. Excursion to Mount Sorrel, August 29th 1912. [Lines drawn to indicate dyke.].
Page 141 P805602 Brazil Wood. Contortions in Charnian rocks due to an intrusive granite dyke. Excursion to Mount Sorrel, August 29th 1912.
Page 141 P805603 Brazil Wood. Slickensided Charnian mica schist from junction of Precambrian schist and granite. Excursion to Mount Sorrel, August 29th 1912.