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Step faults in Middle Lias Limestone at Harby. Excursion to Belvoir, September 17th 1908. In a distance of about 60 yards some 12 or more faults are seen, all hading towards the east and varying in throw from a few inches up to 2 ft 9 in, the total sum of the faults dropping the beds about 14 ft. These step faults being the forerunners of a large fault which brings the top beds of the Upper Lias in juxtaposition with the marlstone. BGS image P805313.
From the Geologists' Association Carreck Archive. The Reader Geological Photographs 1907, 1908 and 1909.
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