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  • curprev 12:15, 30 June 2020Scotfot talk contribs 6,988 bytes 0 →‎Summary undo [automatically checked]
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  • curprev 09:34, 30 June 2020Scotfot talk contribs 6,939 bytes +6,939 Ideal landscape of the London Clay Period. Reconstruction of scenery and conditions of the past. Photograph of a large oil painting by Mr. E. Marsden Wilson that was hung in the Geological Museum in Exhibition Road, London. It depicts an imaginary scene in the south-east of England at a date something like fifty million years ago, when the London Clay was being deposited as sediment. Published as Plate II. London and the Thames Valley. British Regional Geology. By R.L. Sherlock. 3rd edition... [automatically checked]