Geologists' Association 'green' album 1 - index, GA 'Carreck Archive'

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Geologists' Association 'green' album 1 - index, GA 'Carreck Archive'

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GA013 P806408 Landslips between Lyme Regis and Seaton. T. Kennett-Barrington. 1911. Physical.
GA013 P806409 The Wash from the south-east side. T. Kennett-Barrington. 1912. Physical.
GA013 P806410 The Wash, looking north-east. T. Kennett-Barrington. 1912. Physical.
GA013 P806411 Boulder bed covered with blown sand. Trebetherwick [Trebetherick] Point. St. Minver, Cornwall. Physical.
GA013 P806412 Shrinkage cracks in mud. Gelcraclar Point, Lincoln. H. Preston. 19.8.11. Physical.
GA013 P806413 Channel excavated by peat stream about 100 ft OD. Benvenagh [Benevenagh] N. Ireland. E.C. Martin. Physical.
GA013 P806414 Dreikanters from near Nottingham, quartzites acted upon by wind-driven sand in Triassic times. T.W. Reader. [Physical.]
GA013 P806415 Dreikanters from near Nottingham, quartzites acted upon by wind-driven sand in Triassic times. T.W. Reader. [Physical.]
GA013 P806416 1. Flint pebbles made in Ing. Mill in 24 hours. Harefield. 2. Sea-worn pebbles. T.W. Reader. [Physical.]
GA013 P806417 Mud glacier, Erith, Kent. E.C. Martin. [Physical.]
GA013 P806418 Weathering of granite. Rough Tor, Cornwall. S.H. Reynolds. 12.4.14. [Physical.]
GA013 P806419 Weathering of granite. Rough Tor, Cornwall. S.H. Reynolds. 12.4.14. [Physical.]
GA013 P806420 Valley in Lower Greensand. The Devil's Punch Bowl, Hindhead, Surrey. T.W. Reader. 4.7.14. [Physical.]
GA013 P806421 Line of the Great Fault and its topographical effect. View from Search Farm towards Mere, Wilts. Easter. 1916. T.W. Reader. [Physical.]
GA013 P806422 Aqueduct Fault, near Trevor Rocks, North Wales. T.W. Reader. Aug. 1919. [Physical.]
GA013 P806423 A miniature Niagara, having hard Carboniferous limestone on top of soft shales underneath; the quick erosion of wh. [which] enables one to walk underneath the falls. Hardraw Force near Hawes Yorkshire. G. Th. Maston. [Physical.]
GA013 P806424 Scwf Clyn-Gwyn, Afon Mellte, South Wales. Dr. T. Sibly. 1920. [Physical.]
GA013 P806425 Sea stacks, Gullastern Bay, N. Cornwall. T.W. Reader. [Physical.]
GA013 P806426 The Ebbw Valley, from Mynydd Machen, South Wales. Dr. T. Sibly. 1920. [Physical.]
GA013 P806427 The scar is of Carboniferous Limestone, the low ground of Millstone Grit. Due to the Craven Fault, Limestone lies above athe Grit. Giggleswick Scar, Settle, Yorkshire. E.R. Martin. [Physical.]
GA013 P806428 Stream erosion in Carboniferous Limestone. Height of falls 50 ft. Yoredale Scar, Malham, Yorks. E.R. Martin. [Physical.]
GA013 P806429 Twin pipes in Chalk, filled with Thanet Sand. Cackets Hill Wood, Wested, Swanley, Kent. S. Priest. 1916. [Physical.]
GA013 P806430 Bifurcated pipe, with chalk and green-coated flints up centre, between Thanet Sand filling. Chalk Pit, Wested, Swanley, Kent. S. Priest. 1916. [Physical.]
GA013 P806431 Double pipe in Chalk, filled with Blackheath material and Thanet Sand. Green-coated Bullhead flints crushed between Sand and Chalk. Wested Farm, Cackets Hill, Swanley, Kent. S. Priest. 1916. [Physical.]
GA013 P806432 Large twin pipes in Chalk, filled with Thanet Sand. Gossen Hill Farm, Wested, Kent. S. Priest. 1916. [Physical.]
GA013 P806433 Transported mass of Chalk surrounded by Reading Pebble Drift. Cowcroft, Bucks. 7.15.16. T.W. Reader. [Physical.]
GA013 P806434 Chalky drift with piper. Near Weston Wood, Albury, Surrey. T.W. Reader. 1919. [Physical.]
GA013 P806435 North - South section illustrating selective weathering. [Physical.] The mound with the monument is of Lower Chalk, the spur with the level contour marks the cherty upper Greensand, ending in the scarp called the Gat Cliff. The Chalk apparently is being worn back. Downs overlooking Godshill, Isle of Wight. E.R. Martin. 1921.
GA013 P806436 Wind erosion forming a cirque. Ladder Chine, Isle of Wight. P. 237 Geol. Mem. I. of W. E.R. Martin. 1921. [Physical.]
GA013 P806437 Wind erosion forming a cirque. Ladder Chine, Isle of Wight. P. 237 Geol. Mem. I. of W. E.R. Martin. 1921. [Physical.]
GA013 P806438 Beginning of same erosion. Walpen Chine, East of Ladder Chine, Isle of Wight. E.R. Martin. 1921. [Physical.]
GA013 P806439 Series of views, showing dry and wet course of the River Aire, Malham, Yorkshire. Stream starts in lake on moors, runs 1/2 mile, then sinks underground for 1 1/2 miles, appearing again at base of cliff at Malham Cove. E.R. Martin. [Physical.] 1. Dry valley above Malham Cove.
GA013 P806440 Series of views, showing dry and wet course of the River Aire, Malham, Yorkshire. Stream starts in lake on moors, runs 1/2 mile, then sinks underground for 1 1/2 miles, appearing again at base of cliff at Malham Cove. E.R. Martin. [Physical.] 2. Malham Cove, showing Carboniferous Limestone scar, in line of Craven Fault.
GA013 P806441 Series of views, showing dry and wet course of the River Aire, Malham, Yorkshire. Stream starts in lake on moors, runs 1/2 mile, then sinks underground for 1 1/2 miles, appearing again at base of cliff at Malham Cove. E.R. Martin. [Physical.] 3. Cliff base, with natural arch where the River Aire emerges.
GA013 P806442 Series of views, showing dry and wet course of the River Aire, Malham, Yorkshire. Stream starts in lake on moors, runs 1/2 mile, then sinks underground for 1 1/2 miles, appearing again at base of cliff at Malham Cove. E.R. Martin. [Physical.] 4 and 5. River Aire further down.
GA013 P806443 Series of views, showing dry and wet course of the River Aire, Malham, Yorkshire. Stream starts in lake on moors, runs 1/2 mile, then sinks underground for 1 1/2 miles, appearing again at base of cliff at Malham Cove. E.R. Martin. [Physical.] 4 and 5. River Aire further down.
GA013 P806444 Pot-holes at Stenkrith Falls on R. Eden, near Kirby Stephen. E.R. Martin. [Physical.]
GA013 P806445 Weathering of limestone. Series of photos of Pinnacle Rock, Co. Limerick, Ireland. H.A. Hartnell. [Physical.]
GA013 P806446 Weathering out of nodules in Limestone. Co. Limerick, 1921. [Physical.] [Movement of photo beneath obscures caption. Rescan?].
GA013 P806447 'Modern unconformity' on foreshore; ironpan (historic) lying across calciferous sandstone. Coal Farm, S. Monans, Fife. 5.8.27. H. Dixon Hewitt. [Physical.]
GA013 P806448 Weathering of limestone. Series of photos of Pinnacle Rock, Co. Limerick, Ireland. H.A. Hartnell. [Physical.]
GA013 P806449 Weathering of limestone. Series of photos of Pinnacle Rock, Co. Limerick, Ireland. H.A. Hartnell. [Physical.]
GA013 P806450 Weathering of limestone. Series of photos of Pinnacle Rock, Co. Limerick, Ireland. H.A. Hartnell. [Physical.]
GA013 P806451 Weathering of limestone. Series of photos of Pinnacle Rock, Co. Limerick, Ireland. H.A. Hartnell. [Physical.]
GA013 P806452 Weathering of limestone. Series of photos of Pinnacle Rock, Co. Limerick, Ireland. H.A. Hartnell. [Physical.]
GA013 P806453 Weathering of limestone. Series of photos of Pinnacle Rock, Co. Limerick, Ireland. H.A. Hartnell. [Physical.]
GA013 P806454 Weathering of limestone. Series of photos of Pinnacle Rock, Co. Limerick, Ireland. H.A. Hartnell. [Physical.]
GA013 P806455 Weathering out of nodules in Limestone. Co. Limerick, 1921. [Physical.] [Movement of photo beneath obscures caption.].
GA013 P806456 Wind-eroded sands and loams. Coe's Pit, Branford, Suffolk. A.L. Leach. June, 1922. [Physical.]
GA013 P806457 Red Crag. Calcareous concentrations ? [sic] around roots. Butley Priory, Suffolk. A.L. Leach. June 5th, 1922. [Physical.]
GA013 P806458 Lynchets. Beacon Hill, Devizes, Wilts. Miss E. Cook. 1923. [Physical.]
GA013 P806459 The Manger, showing dry valley in the Chalk, and the water emerging from the base of the Chalk. Woolstone, Berks. Miss E. Cook. 1923. [Physical.]
GA013 P806460 The Manger, showing dry valley in the Chalk, and the water emerging from the base of the Chalk. Woolstone, Berks. Miss E. Cook. 1923. [Physical.]
GA013 P806461 The Manger, showing dry valley in the Chalk, and the water emerging from the base of the Chalk. Woolstone, Berks. Miss E. Cook. 1923. [Physical.]
GA013 P806462 Anticline of Crich Dome, Derbyshire. A.L. Leach. 30.3.32. [Physical.]
GA013 P806463 Creep of overlieing [overlying] strata on anticline. Pindale Nr. Messrs Earle's cement works at Hope, Derbyshire. A.L. Leach. 26.3.32. [Physical.]
GA013 P806464 Exit of River Mellte from Porth-Yr-Ogof-Ystradfellte. Glamorganshire. T.F. Sibly. 1920. [Physical.]
GA013 P806465 A. Boulder Clay. B. Fine current bedded sandstone. C. Stiff stony clay. D. Coarse gravel sand. Tyttenhanger Pit, St. Alban's Herts. T.W. Reader. 13.8.13. Glacial.
GA013 P806466 Contorted gravel and sand. Glacial beds. Hill End Pit, St. Alban's, Herts. T.W. Reader. 13.8.13. Glacial.
GA013 P806467 Step fault in ironstone with roche moutonnee surface. Ironstone quarry. Stone-pit Houses, Nr. Wartnaby, Notts. T.W. Reader 10.5.13. Glacial.
GA013 P806468 Transported Chalk Block in Glacial gravel. Gravel removed. Little Cornard Pit, Suffolk, T.W.R. [T.W. Reader] 14.6.13. Glacial.
GA013 P806469 Glacial Sands, Ballingdon Hill, Suffolk. T.W.R. [T.W. Reader] 14.6.13. Glacial.
GA013 P806470 Glacial Sands and gravels overlapping Thanet Sands. Ballingdon, Suffolk. T.W. Reader. 14.6.13. Glacial.
GA013 P806471 Calcareous strata of gravel and sand becoming decalcified, layers of stones left. Ballingdon Grove Bricks Pit, Suffolk. T.W. Reader. 14.6.13. Glacial.
GA013 P806472 Site of finding numerous skelitons [skeletons]. Ballingdon Grove Bricks Pit, Suffolk. T.W. Reader. 14.6.13. Glacial.
GA013 P806473 Striated boulder. Ballingdon Grove, Suffolk. T.W.R. [T.W. Reader]. [Glacial.]
GA013 P806474 Glacial scenery. Thirlemere, Westmorland. T. Kennett-Barrington. 1913. [Glacial.]
GA013 P806475 Glaciated basalt. Port Ballintrae, Ireland. E.C. Martin. [Glacial.]
GA013 P806476 Eroded surface and pipes in glacial gravels caused by the decalcification of the gravel by percolating water. Robinson's Pit, Soulbury, Bucks. T.W.R. [T.W. Reader]. 18.7.14. [Glacial.]
GA013 P806477 Glacial gravels. This is the watershed between the Thames and the Ouse. Robinson's Pit, Soulbury, Bucks. T.W. Reader. 18.7.14. [Glacial.]
GA013 P806478 Section of glacial gravels. [Glacial.] Section of glacial gravels containing pebbles and boulders of chalk, flint, Jurassic limestone, Liassic and Oxfordian Gryphaeae and Belemnites. Carboniferous sandstone and pink and white quartz. Robinson's Pit, Soulbury. T.W.R. [T.W. Reader]. 18.7.14.
GA013 P806479 A. Coarse morainic gravels. B. Chalky Boulder Clay. C. Sands and fine gravels. D. Gault. E. Kimmeridge Clay. Littleworth Brick field, Wing, Bucks. T.W. Reader. 18.7.14. [Glacial.]
GA013 P806480 Mass of pebbles driven into Boulder Clay. Ayot. T.W.R. [T.W. Reader]. 9.5.14. [Glacial.]
GA013 P806481 Mass of (a) Green Clay projecting as a reef through the sand which dips off it and contains fragments of the clay as pebbles. Ayot. T.W. Reader. 9.5.14. [Glacial.]
GA013 P806482 Gravel beneath the Boulder Clay showing current bedding and lenticle of white sand. N. end of Watton Cutting, Herts. T.W.R. [T.W. Reader] 2.5.14. [Glacial.]
GA013 P806483 Glacial sands etc., Garnham Pit, Claydon, Suffolk. A.L. Leach. June 1922. [Glacial.]
GA013 P806484 Contorted gracial deposits between Sheringham and West Runton, Norfolk. A.L. Leach. May 21, 1923. [Glacial.]
GA013 P806485 Glacial sands, Crag, Eocene beds and chalk. Coe's Pit, Bramford, Suffolk. A.L. Leach. June 1922. [Glacial.]
GA013 P806486 [Glacial.]
GA013 P806487 Thrust plane, in glacial beds. Between Mundesley and Westrand. A.L. Leach. May 19, 1923. [Glacial.]
GA013 P806488 Distant view of No. 1. [Glacial.]
GA013 P806489 Boulder Clay. Claydon Cement Works, Suffolk. A.L. Leach. June 1922. [Glacial.]
GA013 P806490 Folded glacial deposits. West of Mundesley, Norfolk. A.L. Leach. Easter 1921. [Glacial.]
GA013 P806491 Glacial gravels and clays on Keuper Sandstone. East side of Wood. 150 yards S. of Oulton Mill, Loughton Road Stone, Staffs. 1 inch sheet 139. C.D., S.E. Photo by P.C. Dutton, directed by F. Barke, presented by W. Blake. [Glacial.] Added note: Surface, Brown loamy sand, Sandy gravel, Purple marly clay, Light grey clay, Keuper sandstone, Height 12', Length 15'.
GA013 P806492 Boulder Clay. South of Hornsea, Yorks. H. Dixon-Hewitt. 20.8.33. [Glacial.]
GA013 P806493 Masses of Boulder Clay enclosed in glacial sands. Moore's Pit, Wildmore, Nr. Romsley. H.D. Hewitt. 8.6.35. [Glacial.]
GA013 P806494 Chalky Boulder Clay on glacial sand. 'Deep Pit', Brixworth, Northants. B.G. Chilcott. 1921. [Glacial.]
GA013 P806495 Glacial gravel on Inferior Oolite. 'Deep Pit', Brixworth, Northants. B.G. Chilcott. 1921. [Glacial.]
GA013 P806496 A. Made ground. B. Peat. C. Alluvial clays. D. Ballast with chalk below. Section of entrance lock of New Royal Albert Docks. T.W. Reader. 21.3.14. Pleistocene.
GA013 P806497 Clay filling Ham Creek. Navigable A.D. 1656. Clay too stiff for land-dredges, pinched out by cranes. Royal Albert Docks. T.R. [T.W. Reader]. 21.3.14. Pleistocene.
GA013 P806498 Clay filling a wash-out in the peat where a cross-stream has cut away the peat forming a 'Dumb Fault' of the coal miners. Royal Albert Docks. T.W. Reader. 21.3.14. Pleistocene.
GA013 P806499 Suncracks in alluvial clay exposed by mechanical digger. Royal Albert Docks. T.W. Reader. 21.3.14. Pleistocene.
GA013 P806500 Snags or yew trunks, wood still firm, left to dry. Royal Albert Docks. T.W. Reader. 21.3.14. Pleistocene.
GA013 P806501 Peat at Stone Point, Walton-on-the-Neuze [Neuse], Essex. A.L. Leach. June 6th 1922. Pleistocene.
GA013 P806502 Coombe Rock, showing very coarse material and contortions, Southfleet Pit, Greenhithe, Kent. W.H.Banyard. 1920. Pleistocene.
GA013 P806503 Roots of plants which formed the peat penetrating the clay. Royal Albert Docks. T.W. Reader. 21.3.14. Pleistocene.
GA013 P806504 A. Dartford Heath Gravel. 4 to 6 ft. B. Thanet Sand. 6 ft. C. Bull Head. 9 inches. D. Chalk. Stone Court Pit, West side of Cotton Lane. Greenhithe, Kent. T.W. Reader. 25.4.14. [Pleistocene.]
GA013 P806505 Flat terrace of Dartford Heath Grave. [Pleistocene.] Flat terrace of Dartford Heath Gravel, capping chalk escarpment showing false bedded sands and gravels with shattered flints. Near the base is a heavy layer of densely packed sand. Martin's Pit, Horns Cross, Greenhithe, Kent. T.W. Reader. 25.4.14.
GA013 P806506 Finely bedded Dartford Heath gravels. These contain unworn chalk flints at the base and a great deal of Tertiary material scattered throughout. Howe Hill Gravel Pit, Greenhithe, Kent. T.W.R. [T.W. Reader] 25.4.14. [Pleistocene.]
GA013 P806507 In the lower part is the Arenic Bed containing same flora and molluscs as at Ponder's End. Lea Valley Gravels, North London Ballast Co's Pit. Edmonton, Middlesex. T.W. Reader. 28.3.14. [Pleistocene.]
GA013 P806508 Cross section of old water-course in Lea Valley Gravel. Edmonton Middlesex. T.W. Reader. 28.3.14. [Pleistocene.]
GA013 P806509 Section across boundary between (a) Middle and (b) Lower Terrace Gravels. [Pleistocene.] There is no surface feature to indicate it. The Middle Terrace deposits are about 15 to 20 ft thick. The underlying floor of London Clay plunges down into a deep channel, now filled with drift to a thickness of more than 56 feet. Southgate Council Gravel Pit, in Hedge Lane, Middlesex. T.W. Reader. 28.3.14.
GA013 P806510 Hollow in top of Thanet Sands,letting down the drift and cutting out nearly all the Woolwich beds. ? [sic] due to piping of Chalk beneath. Belmont Hill, Lewisham S.E. H. Dixon-Hewitt. 11.2.05. [Pleistocene.]
GA013 P806511 Drift, mostly rearranged Blackheath and Woolwich Beds, not on same vertical plane as the (2) Woolwich Beds resting on the eroded surface of (3) Thanet Sands. Belmont Hill, Lewisham. H. Dixon Hewitt. 11.2.05. [Pleistocene.]
GA013 P806512 Pleistocene Gravel, about 20 ft thick, representing early stages of the Cray. [Pleistocene.] Gravels of flint, but pieces of Lower Greensand, Ironsand and Tertiary pebbles. Mammalian remains and shells. Green Street Green, Gill's Pit, Farnborough, Kent. 10.9.03. H. Dixon Hewitt.
GA013 P806513 Plateau gravel. Upper Hale Plateau, Hampshire. H. Bury. Aug. 1919. [Pleistocene.]
GA013 P806514 Pocket of gravel. Well Lane, Hampshire. H. Bury. Aug. 1919. [Pleistocene.]
GA013 P806515 Cannon-shot gravel inside of 'esker', Gallow's Pit, Blakeney, Norfolk. H. Dixon Hewitt. 21.5.23. [Pleistocene.]
GA013 P806516 Pebble drift resting on London Clay. Waldstock Road, Shooter's Hill, Kent. H. Dixon Hewitt. 25.3.05. [Pleistocene.]
GA013 P806517 Marly drift (re-arranged chalk) showing bands of darker material in lower part. Beeston Hill, Nr. Sheringham, Norfolk. H. Dixon Hewitt. 21.5.23. [Pleistocene.]
GA013 P806518 Solent Gravel, showing contortions. Canford Heath, Nr. Poole, Dorset. 25.5.26. H. Dixon Hewitt. [Pleistocene.]
GA013 P806519 Old peat bed under fresh-water clay containing shells. Between tide marks, ner Hornsea, Yorks. H. Dixon Hewitt. 20.8.33. [Pleistocene.]
GA013 P806520 East side are gravel beds with loamy sands above. In the centre the glacial beds are let down by superficialfault which shows that these glacial beds must have been greatly denuded. Little Heath, Herts. J. Newman. Presented by C. Gilbert. 1919. Pliocene. East side are gravel beds with loamy sands above. In the centre the glacial beds are let down by superficialfault which shows that these glacial beds must have been greatly denuded. Little Heath, Herts. J. Newman. Presented by C. Gilbert. 1919.
GA013 P806521 Junction of gravels and loamy sands. Little Heath, Herts. J. Newman. Presented by C. Gilbert. 1919. Pliocene.
GA013 P806522 Valley gravel covered by white marl with land shells. Pit west side of Brighton Road, Purley. Visited 30.4.21. G. Phoc. XXXII p. 218. G. MacD Davies. Pliocene.
GA013 P806523 Valley gravel covered by loam, resting on irregular chalk surface. East of Brighton railway, Sanderstead, Surrey. 30.4.21. G.A. Proc. Pliocene.
GA013 P806524 Valley gravel covered by loam, resting on irregular chalk surface. East of Brighton railway, Sanderstead, Surrey. 30.4.21. G.A. Proc. XXXII p. 217. G.M. Davies. Pliocene.
GA013 P806525 Red Crag. Near Butley Priory, Suffolk. A.L. Leach. June 5th 1922. [Pliocene.]
GA013 P806526 Red Crag. Neutral Farm, Butley Priory, Suffolk. A.L. Leach. June 1922. [Pliocene.]
GA013 P806527 Red Crag. Neutral Farm, near Butley Priory, Suffolk. A.L. Leach. June 1922. [Pliocene.]
GA013 P806528 Newbourn [Newbourne] Crag. Type section. Newbourn [Newbourne], Suffolk. A.L. Leach. June 5th 1922. [Pliocene.]
GA013 P806529 Crag. The hammer is hooked onto the upper layer of flint-bearing deposit. Foxhall Pit, Suffolk. Dr. Vevers. June 1922. [Pliocene.]
GA013 P806530 1. Westleton or Bure Valley Beds. (2) Chillesford 'Clay'. (3) Norwich Crag. (4) Chalk (B. Mucronata). Kiln Pit, Burgh-next Aylsham, Norfolk. H. Dixon Hewitt. 22.5.23. [Pliocene.]
GA013 P806531 The Barton Pebble Bed. Stanner's Hill, Woking, Surrey. T.W. Reader. 1919. [Pliocene.]
GA013 P806532 Current bedded Bagshot Sands, with iron 'Pan' near the top. Horsell Common, Woking, Surrey. T.W. Reader. 1919. [Pliocene.]
GA013 P806533 Tertiary iron cemented sandstone. The Agglestone, Studland Heath, Dorset. H.D. Hewitt. 19.5.34. [Pliocene.]
GA013 P806534 Basement bed of London Clay, bent into sharp curves. Ayot. T.W. Reader. 9.5.14. Eocene.
GA013 P806535 London Clay, 1 to 18 ft, Basement bed, 3 ft, below. Woolwich and Oldhaven beds wh. [which] consist of 2 members. Eocene. Upper part alternating beds of clay and sand, 4 ft, Lower of pebble bed seen to a depth of 38 ft. Peill's Pit, Bromley, Kent. T.W.R. [T.W. Reader] 11.7.14.
GA013 P806536 Blackheath Pebble Beds. Peill's Pit, South Bromley, Kent. T.W.R. [T.W. Reader]. Eocene.
GA013 P806537 Blackheath Beds consisting of about 80 ft of sand and pebbles of wh. [which] 20 ft are exposed in the pit. Fossils are numerous and fragile. Rock Pit, Elmstead, Kent. T.W. Reader. 11.7.14. Eocene.
GA013 P806538 Layer of pebbles splitting up into 5 with alternate layers of fine sand. Rock Pit, Elmstead, Kent. 11.7.14. T.W. Reader. Eocene.
GA013 P806539 Blackheath Pebble Beds. Many unrolled flints as well as rolled and sub-angular pieces. Chaldon Farm. Nr. Marden Park, Surrey. T.W. Reader. 26.9.14. Eocene.
GA013 P806540 Mass of sandy pebble beds with nests of large unrolled flints. Blackheath Pebble Beds at 770 ft. O.D. Middle Pit S.S.W. of Chaldon Farm, Near Marden Park, Surrey. T.W. Reader. 26.9.14. Eocene.
GA013 P806541 A deeper section in the Blackheath Pebble beds. Eocene. A pinnacle of chalk is seen with clayey material next [to] it. This corresponds with that seen at Worms Heath in 1910. Hanging Wood Pit below 700 ft O.D. near Marden Park, Surrey. T.W. Reader. 26.9.14.
GA013 P806542 Blackheath Pebble beds near the foot of the chalk escarpment (30 feet). Eocene. At the entrance to this pit on the S. the Chalk is seen below the pebble beds between wh. [which] is a clayey earth of a greenish tinge somewhat suggestive of the base of the Thanet Sand. D. pit at 600 O.D. W. Marden Park. T.W.R. [T.W. Reader]. 26.9.14.
GA013 P806543 Reading Sands consisting of current bedded white and buff sands with strings of flint pebbles, much disturbed and bending down to fill hollow in the chalk. Ayot. T.W. Reader. 9.5.14. [Eocene.]
GA013 P806544 Current bedded white and buff sands of the Reading Series. Ayot. T.W. Reader. 9.5.14. [Eocene.]
GA013 P806545 Faulting in Reading Sands covered with Reading Pebble Drift. Cowcroft, Bucks. 7.15.16. [Eocene.]
GA013 P806546 Blackheath Pebble Beds, Rock Pit, Elmstead, Kent. E.R. Martin. 20.3.20. [Eocene.]
GA013 P806547 Blackheath Beds. (Current-bedded sand and pebbles). Current bedding dips N at 20o. Looking West. Pit in Kennel Wood, Shirley, Surrey. 1/2 mile E of church. G.M. Davies. 9.10.15. Visited 19.6.20. [Eocene.]
GA013 P806548 Same pit, looking South. G.M. Davies. 9.10.15. [Eocene.]
GA013 P806549 Thanet Sands, separated from the Chalk by the Bull Head Bed. Plumstead. T.W. Reader. 1919. [Eocene.]
GA013 P806550 Thanet Sands and Woolwich beds above, with pebble band between the two. Darker V of gravel in top-centre - the filled-in ditch of the Roman encampment. Charlton, Kent. E.R. Martin. 27.3.1920. [Eocene.]
GA013 P806551 Thanet Sands, (light) Woolwich Beds and Blackheath Pebble Beds. Chartlon, Kent. E.R. Martin. 27.3.1920. [Eocene.]
GA013 P806552 Woolwich Bottom Bed, showing Pectunculus in situ 800 yds W.S.W. of Swanscombe Church, Kent. A. Cumberland. 1920. [Eocene.]
GA013 P806553 Folds in base of London Clay and Woolwich Paludina bed. West of L.B. and S.C. Raily [Railway] just north of Brockley Station [illegible]. G. MacD. Davies. 16.7.21. [Eocene.]
GA013 P806554 Folds in base of London Clay and Woolwich Paludina bed. West of L.B. and S.C. Raily [Railway] just north of Brockley Station [illegible]. G. MacD. Davies. 16.7.21. [Eocene.]
GA013 P806555 Contorted Woolwich Beds. Bromley Station, Kent. C. Bromehead. 1921. [Eocene.]
GA013 P806556 Lignite in Woolwich and Reading Beds. Shorne Hill, Cobham, Kent. A.L. Leach. 1922. [Eocene.]
GA013 P806557 Lignite in Woolwich and Reading Beds. Shorne Hill, Cobham, Kent. A.L. Leach. 1922. [Eocene.]
GA013 P806558 Lignite in Woolwich and Reading Beds. Shorne Hill, Cobham, Kent. A.L. Leach. 1922. [Eocene.]
GA013 P806559 Woolwich Series, St. Thomas's Well, near Cobham, Kent. G. Hutchings. 1922. [Eocene.]
GA013 P806560 Woolwich Series, St. Thomas's Well, near Cobham, Kent. G. Hutchings. 1922. [Eocene.]
GA013 P806561 Upper part of zone of M. cor-anguinum. Cretaceous. Two sets of joints running N.W. to S.E., N.E. to S.W. causes the faces to be smooth and almost vertical. Chalk is white and hard with well-marked bedding planes and nodular flint bands at varying intervals. Near the top is a thick yellow beds [sic]. Coombs Chalk Pit, West Horsley. T.W. Reader. 9.5.14.
GA013 P806562 Swan's Neck Chalk Pit, Burham, Kent. T.W. Reader. 20.6.14. Cretaceous.
GA013 P806563 Brecciated flint from Tabular Band, Cotton Lane Pit, Dartford, Kent. T.W. Reader. 25.4.14. Cretaceous.
GA013 P806564 Chalk and Boulder Clay at Southern entrance to the tunnel near Hertford. T.W. Reader. 2.5.14. Cretaceous.
GA013 P806565 Chalk floor, with Dartford Heath Gravels above. Howe Hill Pit, Stone, Kent. T.W. Reader. 25.4.14. Cretaceous.
GA013 P806566 Chalk Rock. Charnage Lime Kiln Quarry, Wilts. Easter 1916. T.W. Reader. Cretaceous.
GA013 P806567 Stack of Chalk (Z. [zone] of O. lunata) between tide-marks. About 15 ft. high. This and another mass near Cromer are the only British exposures of this zone. Near Trimingham, Norfolk. H.D. Hewitt. 19.5.23. Cretaceous.
GA013 P806568 Clay with flints filling pipes in Chalk. Band of unjointed chalk about 5 ft below top of Chalk. Pit nr. Costlin's(?) Farm, Downe, Kent. 6.8.04. Cretaceous.
GA013 P806569 Succession of strata between Greensand and Chalk. [Cretaceous.] Measurements by Jukes-Browne. Division between Selbournian and Cenomanian very difficult owing to doubtful beds lithologically resembling former, but containing Cenomanian fauna. No phosphatic nodules or cornstones. Melbury Hill, Shaftesbury, N. Dorset. B. Pope Bartlett. 1915. Survey Memoir, Lower Cretaceous Rocks, pp 103-5. Soil, 1 ft. 1. Greyish marly Chalk, 6 ft. 2. Grey sandy and marly Chalk, 4 1/2 ft. 3. Firm marly chalk with grains of quartz and glauconite, 2 1/2 ft. 4. V. sandy glauconitic Marl. Greenish grey (many fossils. Am. varians), 4 ft. 5. Rough glauconitic sandstone, darker in tint, 4 ft. 6. Soft greenish sandstone, few fossils, 6 ft. [Total: ] 28 ft. Position of sections.
GA013 P806570 Succession of strata between Greensand and Chalk. [Cretaceous.] Measurements by Jukes-Browne. Division between Selbournian and Cenomanian very difficult owing to doubtful beds lithologically resembling former, but containing Cenomanian fauna. No phosphatic nodules or cornstones. Melbury Hill, Shaftesbury, N. Dorset. B. Pope Bartlett. 1915. Survey Memoir, Lower Cretaceous Rocks, pp 103-5. Soil, 1 ft. 1. Greyish marly Chalk, 6 ft. 2. Grey sandy and marly Chalk, 4 1/2 ft. 3. Firm marly chalk with grains of quartz and glauconite, 2 1/2 ft. 4. V. sandy glauconitic Marl. Greenish grey (many fossils. Am. varians), 4 ft. 5. Rough glauconitic sandstone, darker in tint, 4 ft. 6. Soft greenish sandstone, few fossils, 6 ft. [Total: ] 28 ft. Position of sections.
GA013 P806571 Yellowish platey glauconitic sandstone with numerous casts of Catopygus columbarius. Sub-zone C. columbarius passage bed between the Selbournian and Cenomanian. Cann Common, Shaftesbury, Dorset. B. Pope-Bartlett. 1915. [Cretaceous.]
GA013 P806572 Terebratula biplicata Sow. Norton Ferris. [Cretaceous.]
GA013 P806573 Terebratula biplicata Sow. Maiden Bradley. [Cretaceous.]
GA013 P806574 Terebrirostra lyra Sow. Mere. Phosc [phosphatic] bed. Nat size. [Cretaceous.]
GA013 P806575 West End. Whole succession of strata between Greensand and Chalk, dipping at about 5o East. Phosphatic bed found at East End, but blended with the 'Popple Bed' at the West End. Fossils plentiful. Mere, S. Wilts. B. Pope Bartlett. 1915. [Cretaceous.] 1. Surface Soil, 6 in., Cenomanian: 2. Pale yellow chalky wash, 4 ft, 3. Compact hard chalk marl, becoming glauconitic towards base, 3 ft, 4. Softer sandy marl, with a few large quartz grains, 4 ft, 5. Compact glauconitic marl, forming a solid bed with large phosphatic nodules and many fossils, 1 ft 8 in., 6. 'Popple Bed', calcareous glauconitic sand full of brown coated calcareous concretions, from 1 ft to 1 ft 6 in. Selbournian: 7. Hard calcareous sandstone, no fossils visible, 2 ft to 1 ft, 8. Softer sands with lenticular masses of chert, 6 ft. [Total: ] 18 ft. Section from Surrey memoir, 'Lower Cretaceous Rocks', p. 148. Added note: Chalk Marl, Glauconitic M., Popple Bed, Calcareous Sandstone, Sandstone and Chert Beds.
GA013 P806576 East End. Whole succession of strata between Greensand and Chalk, dipping at about 5o East. Phosphatic bed found at East End, but blended with the 'Popple Bed' at the West End. Fossils plentiful. Mere, S. Wilts. B. Pope Bartlett. 1915. [Cretaceous.] 1. Surface Soil, 6 in., Cenomanian: 2. Pale yellow chalky wash, 4 ft, 3. Compact hard chalk marl, becoming glauconitic towards base, 3 ft, 4. Softer sandy marl, with a few large quartz grains, 4 ft, 5. Compact glauconitic marl, forming a solid bed with large phosphatic nodules and many fossils, 1 ft 8 in., 6. 'Popple Bed', calcareous glauconitic sand full of brown coated calcareous concretions, from 1 ft to 1 ft 6 in. Selbournian: 7. Hard calcareous sandstone, no fossils visible, 2 ft to 1 ft, 8. Softer sands with lenticular masses of chert, 6 ft. [Total: ] 18 ft. Section from Surrey memoir, 'Lower Cretaceous Rocks', p. 148. Added note: Chalk Marl, Glauconitic M., Popple Bed, Calcareous Sandstone, Sandstone and Chert Beds.
GA013 P806577 Chloritic Marl. Trigonia vicaryana Lyc. Mere. Chlc [chloritic] Marl. Nat size. [Cretaceous.]
GA013 P806578 Chloritic Marl. Echinocyptus diffilis Ag. Maiden Bradley. [Cretaceous.]
GA013 P806579 The range of three zonal fossils in a typical section of the junction beds in South Wiltshire. Norton Ferris, S. Wilts. B. Pope Bartlett. 1915. [Cretaceous.] 1. Surface Soil. Cenomanian, Zone of Amonites Varians: 2. Chalk Marl. Grey, rough slabs, crumbles where dry, contains glauconite grains and fossils, Am varians of Stauronenia carteri. 1 ft 1 in. 3. Chloritic Marl. Hard grey chalky marl glauconite and fossils, phosphatised nodules, C. columbarius throughout. 1 ft 9 in. to 2 ft. 4. Phosphatic Bed. Thin layer of phosphatic nodules and fossils in matrix of glauconitic marl. Varies 1 1/2 ft to 3 ft. 5. The Cornstones. Siliceous nodules varying in size and shape. In top 6 in. covered with brown phosphatic coating, at bottom smooth and grey. Embedded in glauconitic material, marly at top, more sandy below many fossils, 10 ft. Selbournian Zone of Pecten asper. 6. Large siliceous nodules, more or less flattened and at parts almost forming a layer, in matrix of glauconitic sandstone, few fossils, 1 ft 1 in. Section at Norton Ferris, South Wilts. Added note: Chark Marl, Chloritic Marl, Phosphatic Bed, Cornstones, Siliceous Nodules, P. asper, Catopygus columbarius, Ammonites varians.
GA013 P806580 Junction of Cenomanian and Selbournian beds. [Cretaceous.] (1) Chloritic Marl, ending abruptly at X. Dark shading under the marl denotes position of (2) Phosphatic bed, and at (3) a few cornstones. (4) Sandstone and chert beds, covered at top by surface soil. Very fossiliferous. Rich in C. columbarius and has supplied many English museums with specimens described as from the 'Greensand Warminster'. West side of quarry, Maiden Bradley, Wilts. B. Pope Bartlett. 1915.
GA013 P806581 Selbournian. Pecten asper Lam. Melbury Hill, Dorset. [Cretaceous.]
GA013 P806582 Cornstones. Catopygus columbarius Lam. Norton Ferris. [Cretaceous.]
GA013 P806583 Chloritic Marl. Am. varians. Sow. Mere. Ph [phosphatic] bed. Nat. size. [Cretaceous.]
GA013 P806584 Lower Chalk to Upper Greensand. Melbury Hill, nr. Shaftesbury, Dorset. Easter 1916. T.W. Reader. [Cretaceous.]
GA013 P806585 Cornstone Beds. Basement Bed of Lower Chalk. Lower Pit, Search Farm, Mere, Wilts. Easter 1916. T.W. Reader. [Cretaceous.]
GA013 P806586 Upper Greensand and Chert. Dead Maid Quarry, Mere, Wilts. Easter 1916. T.W. Reader. [Cretaceous.]
GA013 P806587 Spiculiferous Beds, Upper part. Chert Beds. Upper Greensand. Baycliffe Quarry, Nr. Maiden Bradley, Wilts. Easter 1916. T.W. Reader. [Cretaceous.]
GA013 P806588 Lower portion of Spiculiferous Beds, Upper Greensand. Blackhill Quarry, Nr. Longbridge, Deverill, Wilts. Easter 1916. T.W. Reader. [Cretaceous.]
GA013 P806589 In foreground (left) is Copt Point, consisting of Folkestone (Vectian) Beds, probably a little Gault under the Martello. [Cretaceous.] Behind, to extreme left, Chalk cliffs of the Warren, which extends to extreme right distance, ending in Shakespeare's Cliff, Dover. Between Copt Pt. and Chalk (Rt. Cent) is East Wear Bay in wh. [which] the whole of the Gault appears in cliff (not shown). Coast-line, East of Folkestone, Kent. H. Dixon Hewitt. 25.8.05.
GA013 P806590 Folkestone Beds (Vectian) showing alternating layers of hard and soft material, slightly undulated. Copt Point, Folkestone. H. Dixon Hewitt. 27.8.02. [Cretaceous.]
GA013 P806591 Gault overlying Folkestone (Vectian) Beds. Dark band basement of Gault. East Wear Bay, Folkestone. H. Dixon Hewitt. 27.8.02. [Cretaceous.]
GA013 P806592 Inscription on old workings, Faringdon, Berks. T.W. Reader. 24.5.13. [Cretaceous.]
GA013 P806593 Faringdon sponge beds dipping at different angles. Coxwell, Faringdon, Berks. T.W.R. [T.W. Reader]. 24.5.13. [Cretaceous.]
GA013 P806594 Surface of concretions showing Bryozoa and Sponges. Faringdon. T.W. Reader. 25.5.13. [Cretaceous.]
GA013 P806595 Raphidonema (Manon). [Cretaceous.]
GA013 P806596 Face of sponge gravel. Coxwell, Faringdon, Berks. [Cretaceous.]
GA013 P806597 Pethastis. [Cretaceous.]
GA013 P806598 Corynella foraminosa (?) [sic] Goldfuss sp. [Cretaceous.]
GA013 P806599 Barroisia (Tremacystia) anastomans. Mant. sp. [Cretaceous.]
GA013 P806600 Calcareous sandstone is quarried in the Hythe Beds of the Lower Greensand. Very little chert found, but horizon is that of the Leith Hill Chert Beds. Sandstone Quarries, Pitch Hill, Surrey. T.W.R. [T.W. Reader]. 6.6.14. [Cretaceous.]
GA013 P806601 Gravel and clay with flints, Newlands Corner, Surrey. T.W.R. [T.W. Reader] 6.6.14. [Cretaceous.]
GA013 P806602 Carstone at the Rookery Section, near Wotton, Surrey. The Rookery Fault runs in an E. and W. direction, the beds on the N. being thrown down about 60 feet. T.W. Reader. 6.6.14. [Cretaceous.]
GA013 P806603 A. Lower Ferruginous Sands, Hythe Beds. B. Passage Loam. C. Atherfield Clay. Brook Street Pit, Hindhead, Surrey. T.W. Reader. 4.7.14. [Cretaceous.]
GA013 P806604 Showing Fitton's 4th, 3rd, and 2nd Sandrocks in descending order. Blackgang Chine, Isle of Wight. E.R. Martin. [Cretaceous.]
GA013 P806605 Enlarged view of part of Sandrock Series, giving 4th Sand-rock followed by laminated sand and clay, based on the 3rd Sand-rock. Black-gang Chine, Isle of Wight. E.R. Martin. [Cretaceous.]
GA013 P806606 View over the Weald from Hindhead to the South Downs. T.W. Reader. 4.7.14. Wealden.
GA013 P806607 Tumbridge Wells Sands. High Rocks, Tumbridge Wells, Kent. T.W. Reader. Wealden.
GA013 P806608 Tumbridge Wells Sands. Waterloo Rocks, Tumbridge Wells, Kent. T.W. Reader. Wealden.
GA013 P806609 Wadhurst Clay, with Tilgate Stone (Wealden). Rockwell Wood, Crowhurst, Sussex. 5.6.27. H. Dixon Hewitt. Wealden.
GA013 P806610 Forest Marble and Great Oolite. Stow Road Cutting, Cirencester, Gloucestershire. F. Mason. Jurassic.
GA013 P806611 Dagham Stone , near the top, Aldgrove Cutting, Gloucestershire. F. Mason. Jurassic.
GA013 P806612 Jurassic Rocks. Stony Furlong Cutting near Chedworth, Gloucestershire. F. Mason. Proc. G.A. Vol XXII. 2. Jurassic.
GA013 P806613 'Lenticular' Marl Bed in Jurassic Series, Stony Furlong Cutting near Chedworth, Gloucestershire. F. Mason. Jurassic.
GA013 P806614 Forest Marble. Stow Road Cutting, Gloucestershire. F. Mason. [Jurassic.]
GA013 P806615 Horizons of Ornithella. Aldgrove Cutting, Gloucestershire. F. Mason. [Jurassic.]
GA013 P806616 Coralline Limestone. Upware, Cambridgeshire. A. Wilson. 11.5.14. [Jurassic.]
GA013 P806617 Jurassic Rocks. Upware, Cambridgeshire. A. Wilson. 11.5.14. [Jurassic.]
GA013 P806618 Ironstone concretionary nodule from Northampton Sands Ironstore. Loetirsford, Grantham. H. Preston. [Jurassic.]
GA013 P806619 Midford Sands, Burton Broadstock, Dorset. Wyatt-Wingrave. 4.14. [Jurassic.]
GA013 P806620 Coral Rag, resting on Coralline Oolite, Upware. T.W.R. [T.W. Reader]. 18.5.14. [Jurassic.]
GA013 P806621 Inferior Oolite. Doulting Quarry, Somerset. J. Parker. 29.5.19. [Jurassic.]
GA013 P806622 The most northerly occurrance [occurrence] in England of typical Portland beds. The limestone has Perisphinctes. A. Purbeck Limestone. B. Portland Limestone. C. Portland Sands. Warren Farm Sand Pit, Soulbury, Bucks. 18.7.14. T.W. Reader. [Jurassic.]
GA013 P806623 A. Purbeck. B. Portland Limestone. C. Portland Sandstone. Warren Farm Sand Pit. Soulbury, Bucks. T.W. Reader. 18.7.14. [Jurassic.]
GA013 P806624 Estuarine Beds and Northamptonshire Ironstone. Pit of Towcester Mineral and Brick Co. Towcester, Northants. H.K. Scott. 1920. [Jurassic.] Added note: Ironstone, Low. Estuarine Beds, Up. Estuarine Beds.
GA013 P806625 Kimmeridge Clay with Septaria. Orbiculoidea latissima was found here. Bliss's Pit, Stewkley, Bucks. T.W. Reader. 18.7.14. [Jurassic.]
GA013 P806626 Kimmeridge Clay thrown into folds with axes running W.N.W. to E.S.E. These are of glacial origin and are at [right angles] to the most probable direction of the ice flow at this point. Hedge's Pit, Stewkley, Bucks. T.W. Reader. 18.7.14. [Jurassic.]
GA013 P806627 Detailed view of portion of lower beds in 1. [Jurassic.] Added note: Up. Lias Clay, Northamptonshire Ironstone, Estuarine Beds.
GA013 P806628 Chalky layer, top of Portland Beds, Town Gardens Quarry, Swindon, Wilts. Miss E. Cook. Easter 1923. [Jurassic.]
GA013 P806629 Purbeck and Portland. Town Gardens Quarry, Swindon, Wilts. Miss E. Cook. Easter 1923. [Jurassic.]
GA013 P806630 Mostly Upper Portlandian. Gad Cliff from Worbarrow Tout, Dorset. H.D. Hewitt. 22.5.34. [Jurassic.]
GA013 P806631 Abnormal dip in Upper Corallian Beds. Owing to the Great Fault. Near Bourton, North Dorset. Easter 1916. T.W. Reader. [Jurassic.]
GA013 P806632 Pisolite. Jurassic Limestone. Cucklington, Dorset. Easter 1916. T.W. Reader. [Jurassic.]
GA013 P806633 Jurassic strata, showing Ampthill Clay. Cucklington Quarry, Dorset. Easter 1916. T.W. Reader. [Jurassic.]
GA013 P806634 Development of Ironstone band in Upper Estuarine Beds. Blisworth Ironstone Pit. B.G. Chilcott. [Jurassic.] Added note: Upper Estuarine Beds: Oyster Bed Sand, Ironstone. Lower Estuarine Beds: A. Grey sand. B. Yellow and grey blotched sand, locally weathering white. C. Sand as a rule more argillaceous. Ironstone, Hemera scissi, Upper Liassic Clay occurs just below level of lines.
GA013 P806635 Towcester Mineral and Brick Co's Ironstone workings. Hulcote, Easton Neston, Northamptonshire. H.K. Scott. [Jurassic.] Added note: Upper Estuarine Beds: Estuarine Limestone, Green and Black Clays, White Sands (L [Lower] Est [Estuarine] Beds). 'Variable Beds': Wh [White] sands, passing laterally into brown ferruginous sandstone. Ironstone (Hemera scissi). Upper Lias Clay.
GA013 P806636 Lias to Upper Greensand. Lyme Regis. Passed Charmouth to Golden Cap. T. Kennett-Barrington. 1911. Lias.
GA013 P806637 Anticline in Lias. Charmouth, Dorset. W.D. Lang. Lias.
GA013 P806638 Lias. Church Cliff, Dorset. W.D. Lang. Lias.
GA013 P806639 Lias. Black Ven, Dorset. W.D. Lang. Lias.
GA013 P806640 Concretionary nodules. Lias. Nr. Lyme Regis, Dorset. W.D. Lang. [Lias.]
GA013 P806641 Liassic cliffs near the fault. St. Mary's Well Bay, near Lavernock, South Wales. Dr. A. E. Trueman. 1920. [Lias.]
GA013 P806642 Liassic cliffs at Lavernock, South Wales, from the West. Dr. A. E. Trueman. 1920. [Lias.]
GA013 P806643 Lower Lias resting unconformably upon Carboniferous Limestone, Southerndown Cliffs, S. Wales. T.F. Sibly. 1920. [Lias.]
GA013 P806644 Midford Sands cliffs, showing alternations of hard and soft sand and sandstone producing ribbing. East of West Bay, Bridport, Dorset. E.R. Martin. [Lias.]
GA013 P806645 Fault. On left. Lower Lias Shales - black, on right, Midford Sands - yellow. Eype Mouth, Bridport, Dorset. E.R. Martin. [Lias.]
GA013 P806646 Liassic strata. Cliffs and foreshore, near Dunraven, Glamorgan. A.E. Trueman. 1921. [Lias.]
GA013 P806647 Liassic strata, Witchers' Point, Glamorgan. A.E. Trueman. 1921. [Lias.]
GA013 P806648 Lias unconformable on Carboniferous Limestone. Southerndown Cliffs, Glamorganshire. T.F. Sibly. 1920. [Lias.]
GA013 P806649 Overthrust in Liassic Rocks. Dunraven, Glamorganshire. T.F. Sibly. 1920. [Lias.]
GA013 P806650 The Blue Lias of the Devon and Dorset Coast. W.D. Lang. [Lias.]
GA013 P806651 The Blue Lias of the Devon and Dorset Coast. W.D. Lang. [Lias.]
GA013 P806652 Trias. Gypsum in marls. Aust Cliff. T.W. Reader. Trias.
GA013 P806653 Trias. Fault in Aust Cliff. Glos-shire [Gloucestershire]. S.H. Reynolds. Trias.
GA013 P806654 Budleigh Salterton Pebble Beds. Sherbrooke Chine. Budleigh Salterton, Devon. C. Blackburn. Presented by M.S. Johnston. [Trias.]
GA013 P806655 Concretions in Magnesian Limestone. Photographed by Dr. George Abbott. 1909-15. Permian. Honeycomb 'A' variety, chiefly divergent form. 4th stage, in situ, nearly solid, weathered surface. Fulwell Hill. X 1/6.
GA013 P806656 Concretions in Magnesian Limestone. Photographed by Dr. George Abbott. 1909-15. Permian. Honeycomb 'A' variety, showing relation of structure to a joint. Greystone bed. Fulwell Hill. Hammer is 14 inches.
GA013 P806657 Concretions in Magnesian Limestone. Photographed by Dr. George Abbott. 1909-15. Permian. Honeycomb 'A' variety. Divergent form. Set showing progressive growth. Fulwell Hill, Sunderland, Co. Durham. X 1/2.
GA013 P806658 Concretions in Magnesian Limestone. Photographed by Dr. George Abbott. 1909-15. Permian. Honeycomb 'A' variety. Parallel form, set in stages of growth. Fulwell Hill, Sunderland. X 2/3.
GA013 P806659 Coralloid (8% of Mg2CaCO3). Divergent form. Set showing 4 stages of growth. Fulwell Hill. X 1/3. [Permian.]
GA013 P806660 Coralloid (8% of Magnesium Carbonate). Parallel form. Set showing 4 stages of growth. Fulwell Hill, Sunderland. X 5/8. [Permian.]
GA013 P806661 Honeycomb 'B' variety. Set in four stages of growth. Fulwell Hill, Sunderland. X 2/3. [Permian.]
GA013 P806662 Coralloid - Divergent form. Concretions from the Magnesian Limestone. Fulwell Hull, Sunderland. Dr. G. Abbott. [Permian.]
GA013 P806663 Coralloid - Parallel form. Concretions from the Magnesian Limestone. Fulwell Hill, Sunderland. Dr. G. Abbott. [Permian.]
GA013 P806664 Carboniferous Limestone Scenery. The Mumbles, Glamorganshire. T. Kennett-Barrington. 1913. Carboniferous.
GA013 P806665 'Marble Cliffs', Harlyn Bay, Cornwall. Folded limestone and slate beds. C.A. Stocken. Easter 14. Carboniferous.
GA013 P806666 Fossil Coal tree. Glasgow. E.C. Martin. Carboniferous.
GA013 P806667 Fossil Coal tree. Glasgow. E.C. Martin. Carboniferous.
GA013 P806668 Carboniferous Limestone. Waterlip, Somerset. J. Parker. 29.5.19. Carboniferous.
GA013 P806669 Lower Carboniferous. Ripple marked sandstone. Ardross, Fife, Scotland. P. McIntyre. 6.8.1903. Carboniferous.
GA013 P806670 Lower Carboniferous. Small anti-cline on shore. Ardross, Fife, Scotland. P. McIntyre. 5.8.1903. Carboniferous.
GA013 P806671 Carboniferous Limestone. View from Church Doors Bridge of Skrinkle Haven, looking over the Horse's Back to Tenby. Caldy Island beyond. H. Dixon-Hewitt. 15.4.33. [Carboniferous.]
GA013 P806672 Quarry in Ingletonian 'granite' nr. Horton-in-Ribblesdale, Yorks. H. Dixon-Hewitt. 12.8.33. [Carboniferous.]
GA013 P806673 Folding. Carboniferous Limestone, Hambledon Quarry, nr. Skipton, Yorks. H. Dixon-Hewitt. 16.8.33. [Carboniferous.]
GA013 P806674 Pitching fold in Coal Measures. W. of Saundersfoot Harbour, Pembrokeshire. H. Dixon Hewitt. 16.4.33. [Carboniferous.]
GA013 P806675 Fold in Millstone Grit. Tenby Beach, nr. Giskar Rock. H. Dixon Hewitt. 17.4.33. [Carboniferous.]
GA013 P806676 Lower Limestone Shale. Devonian. Skrinkle Bay, Pembrokeshire. T. Kennett-Barrington. 1913. Devonian.
GA013 P806677 Contorted Devonian Rocks. South of Croyde Bay, Devonshire. J. Parker. 26.3.10. Devonian.
GA013 P806678 Contorted Devonian Rocks. South of Croyde Bay, Devonshire. J. Parker. 26.3.10. Devonian.
GA013 P806679 Old Red Sandstone overlain by Carboniferous breccia. Portishead, Somerset. T.W. Reader. 1919. Devonian.
GA013 P806680 Gorge of Logan Lee Burn through Basal Conglomerate of O.R.S. Pentland Hills, Midlothian. 31.7.27. Dixon Hewitt. Devonian.
GA013 P806681 Natural steps formed by band of mudstone in Old Red Stone (nearly vertical). Old Castle Head, Pemblokeshire. H. Dixon Hewitt. 15.4.33. Devonian.
GA013 P806682 O.R.S. conglomerate. Cushenden, N. Ireland. T. Shelford. Aug. 1935. Devonian.
GA013 P806683 Overfolds in the cliffs on the N.E. side of Wild Pear Beach, Devonshire. G.M. Vevers. Easter 1922. [Devonian.]
GA013 P806684 'Fucoids' on dip surface on the descent to Samson's Caves, Devonshire. G.M Davies. Easter 1922. [Devonian.]
GA013 P806685 Devonian. Dip slope E. of Rillage Point, Devonshire. Undulations pitching to the West and fissures filled with calcite hading to the East. A.J. Bull. Easter 1922. [Devonian.]
GA013 P806686 Contorted Limestone Band in calcareous shale on the West side of Newberry Beach, Devonshire. G.M. Stockley. Easter 1922. [Devonian.]
GA013 P806687 Silurian rocks scenery. Windermere, Westmoreland. Looking West. T. Kennett-Barrington. 1913. Silurian.
GA013 P806688 Silurian rocks scenery. Windermere, Westmoreland. Looking North. T. Kennett-Barrington. 1913. Silurian.
GA013 P806689 Silurian stacks. Nr. St. Abb's Head. E.C. Martin. [Silurian.]
GA013 P806690 Section of quarry in Blakeway Hollow Lane, showing 'ballstone' occurring in stratified Wenlock Limestone. Much Wenlock. M.S. Johnstone. [Silurian.]
GA013 P806691 Section of quarry in Blakeway Hollow Lane, showing 'ballstone' occurring in stratified Wenlock Limestone. Much Wenlock. M.S. Johnstone. [Silurian.]
GA013 P806692 Section of quarry in Blakeway Hollow Lane, showing 'ballstone' occurring in stratified Wenlock Limestone. Much Wenlock. M.S. Johnstone. [Silurian.]
GA013 P806693 'Ballstone' in Wenlock Limestone. Nr. Much Wenlock. M.S. Johnstone. [Silurian.]
GA013 P806694 Section of Wenlock Limestone. Shadwell Rock. Much Wenlock. M.S. Johnstone. [Silurian.]
GA013 P806695 Contorted strata. 70 ft. thick. Gleedon Hill, near Much Wenlock. M.S. Johnstone. [Silurian.]
GA013 P806696 Cambrian rocks sculptured by glacial action. Criccieth, North Wales. T. Kennett Barrington. Cambrian.
GA013 P806697 Basement Cambrian conglomerate. Near Tete de [des] Hougues, Bouley Bay, Jersey. W. Hartley. Easter 1921. Cambrian.
GA013 P806698 Cambrian quartzites dipping at high angle. Boone's Quarry, Tuttle Hill, Nuneaton, Warwicks. H.D. Hewitt. 10.6.35. [Cambrian.]
GA013 P806699 Over-thrust scenery. Quinag from Inchnadampf [Inchnadamph] Hotel. L.J. Wills. July 1914. Archean.
GA013 P806700 Over-thrust scenery. Quinag from Loch Glencoul, Scotland. L.J. Wills. July 1914. Archean.
GA013 P806701 Inverted Lewisian gneiss on streaked out Torridon Sandstone. Lower figure pointing to the junction. Flanks of Ben More, Assynt. L.J. Wills. 7.14. Archean.
GA013 P806702 Horizontal basal Torridon Sandstone unconformably overlying steeply inclined decomposed Lewisian gneiss. Base of Spidian Coinich (Quinag) nr. Loch Assynt. L. Wills 7.14. Archean.
GA013 P806703 Dark mylonitized Eastern schists, thrust over white marmolized Cambrian Limestone. South side of the Knockan. Scotland. L.J. Wills. 7.14. Archean.
GA013 P806704 The base Moine thrust-plane exposed by the denudation of stream. On right, Eastern schists, white patch in centre, Cambrian Limestone. West side of the Knockan. Scotland. L.J. Wills. 7.14. Archean.
GA013 P806705 Details of Mylonite above the Moine thrust-plane. South side of the Knockan. Scotland. L.J. Wills. 7.14. Archean.
GA013 P806706 Contortions in Pre-Cambrian shale. St. Lawrence Valley, Jersey. W. Hartley. Easter 1921. [Archean.]
GA013 P806707 Vertically inclined Pre-Cambrian shale and greywackes. St. Lawrence Valley, Jersey. W. Hartley. Easter 1921. [Archean.]
GA013 P806708 961. [Archean.]
GA013 P806709 Hutton's unconformity, Lower Carboniferous on Dalradian (pre-Cambrian). [Archean.]
GA013 P806710 Tourmaline schists. Carelaze Pit, St. Austell, Cornwall. Metamorphic.
GA013 P806711 Spherilitic Adinole. Dinas Head, Pentire. S.H. Reynolds. 15.4.14. Metamorphic.
GA013 P806712 Sections in marmolite (serpentine). Pit near Rhoscolyn, Anglesey, N. Wales. Metamorphic.
GA013 P806713 Sections in marmolite (serpentine). Pit near Rhoscolyn, Anglesey, N. Wales. Metamorphic.
GA013 P806714 Sections in marmolite (serpentine). Pit near Rhoscolyn, Anglesey, N. Wales. Metamorphic.
GA013 P806715 Headlands of slate and greenstone. Cliff Castle, Pentire, St. Minver, Cornwall. Igneous.
GA013 P806716 Schorl-rock. Roche Rock, Roche, Cornwall. Igneous.
GA013 P806717 Headland of pillow lavas. Pentire Head, St. Minver, Cornwall. Igneous.
GA013 P806718 Pillow lava. Section showing pillows with large central cavities. Pentire Head, St. Minver. Igneous.
GA013 P806719 Decomposed granite. Newer Pit, Carelaze Pit, St. Austell, Cornwall. [Igneous.]
GA013 P806720 Schorl veining in decomposed granite. Carelaze Pit, St. Austell, Cornwall. [Igneous.]
GA013 P806721 Settling tanks, Lantern Clay Pit, Cornwall. S. Reynolds. 16.4.14. [Igneous.]
GA013 P806722 Rig vein, schorl rock. Lantern Clay Pit, Cornwall. S. Reynolds. 16.4.14. [Igneous.]
GA013 P806723 Dolorite promontory. Cliff Castle, Pentire, Cornwall. S.H. Reynolds. 13.4.14. [Igneous.]
GA013 P806724 Pillow lava. Pentire Head, Cornwall. C.A. Stocken. Easter 1914. [Igneous.]
GA013 P806725 Basalt. Giant's Causeway, Ireland. E.C. Martin. [Igneous.]
GA013 P806726 Pillow lava. Pentire Head, Cornwall. S. Reynolds. 13.4.14. [Igneous.]
GA013 P806727 Pillow lava. Church Hill Quarry, Port Isaac, Cornwall. 14.4.14. S.H. Reynolds. [Igneous.]
GA013 P806728 Sheared spilite. Trebarwith Cove, Cornwall. S.H. Reynolds. 10.4.14. [Igneous.]
GA013 P806729 West escarpment of basalt plateau. Antrim, Ireland. E.C. Martin. [Igneous.]
GA013 P806730 Basalt Plateau, looking east from Lough Foyle. North Ireland. E.C. Martin. [Igneous.]
GA013 P806731 Basalt. Giant's Causeway, Ireland. E.C. Martin. [Igneous.]
GA013 P806732 Basalt. Giant's Causeway, Ireland. E.C. Martin. [Igneous.]
GA013 P806733 Basalt. Giant's Causeway, Ireland. E.C. Martin. [Igneous.]
GA013 P806734 Pillow lavas. Trevalga Cliffs, near Tintagel, Cornwall. [Igneous.]
GA013 P806735 Lava cliffs. Trebarwith, south of Tintagel, Cornwall. [Igneous.]
GA013 P806736 Dykes composed of quartz and schorl cutting through spilitic pillow lava. Trewethret [Trewethett] Quarry, Trevalga, Cornwall. [Igneous.]
GA013 P806737 A dyke in O.R.S. The Lion Rock, Millport, Great Cumbrae. P. McIntyre. 18.9.1906. [Igneous.]
GA013 P806738 Curved columns in dyke in volcano. Kincraig, Fife, Scotland. P. McIntyre. 11.8.1903. [Igneous.]
GA013 P806739 Tuff. 10 ft thick between 2 lavas and contorted by the upper one. Brimful Beck, Wastwater, Westmorland. J.F.R. Green. [Igneous.]
GA013 P806740 Pillow lava. Spring Cove, Somerset. S.R. Reynolds. [Igneous.]
GA013 P806741 Panorama of South Bute. Taken from Run nan Eun Point. T. Beech. [Igneous.] Added note: Roinn Clumnach, Composite Sill, Lava Flows, Glen Callum Bay, Runnan-Eun Point, Sandstone, Miniature Bay formed along junction of two flows, Markle Basalt, Vesicular junction, Raised Beach, Glen Callum Fault, Sill of Olivine Dolerite, Lava Escarpments, Run-Nan-Eun Lavas in profile, Dip.
GA013 P806742 Columnar Rhyolite (so called 'columnar grit'). Watch Hill near Embleton, Cumberland. W. Hartley. Aug 1920. [Igneous.]
GA013 P806743 Fault brecciated surface of Threlkeld Granite. Quarry at Threlkeld, Cumberland. W. Hartley. Aug 1920. [Igneous.]
GA013 P806744 Edge of columnar rhyolite. Anne Port, Jersey. Miss Yeates. Easter 1922. [Igneous.]
GA013 P806745 Carboniferous dolerite dyke. Near La Moye, Jersey. Miss R. Yeates. Easter 1922. [Igneous.]
GA013 P806746 Columnar Rhyolite. Archirondette, Jersey. W. Hartley. Easter 1921. [Igneous.]
GA013 P806747 Dyke. Fort Regent, Jersey. Miss Yeates. Easter 1922. [Igneous.]
GA013 P806748 Dolerite dyke. La Moye, Jersey. Miss Yeates. Easter 1922. [Igneous.]
GA013 P806749 Barrow, with trench. Upware, Cambridgeshire. T.W. Reader. 18.5.14. Human Remains.
GA013 P806750 Ogams. Near Kilmallock, Ireland. H.A. Haskell. 1921. Human Remains.
GA013 P806751 Ogams. Near Kilmallock, Ireland. H.A. Haskell. 1921. Human Remains.
GA013 P806752 Cromlach. Near Kilmallock, Ireland. H. Haskell. 192? [1921]. Human Remains.
GA013 P806753 Eoliths from drift at Belmont Hill, Lewisham. Drift is in valley of small stream, wh. [which] joined the Quaggy. Material is mostly re-arranged Eocene and a few sub-angular flints. H. Dixon Hewitt. 25.6.05. [Human Remains.]
GA013 P806754 Palaeolith. Early S. Acheul ? [sic]. Much abraded. Found at Three Hills (or Warren Hill) Pit, Mildenhall, Suffolk. H. Dixon Hewett [Hewitt]. [Human Remains.]
GA013 P806755 Polished pot of volcanic mud and red ochre. [Human Remains.]
GA013 P806756 Implement from Brickearth at Elveden Brickyard, Suffolk. (S. Acheul II period). Found 3'6' below surface in 1915. Now in Ipswich Museum. Edge unworn. H. Dixon Hewett [Hewitt]. [Human Remains.]
GA013 P806757 Paleolith. S. Acheul Period ? [sic] found at Rarmport? Hill Pit, Icklington, [Icklingham?] Suffolk. Now in Ipswich Museum. H. Dixon Hewett [Hewitt]. 28.9.??. [Human Remains.]
GA013 P806758 Polishing stone of fine-grained basalt used at the present day by Canarios, at the Troglodite village of Atalaya, Grand Canary in the same manner as in prehistoric times. Photo.d by T.W. Reader. Presented by M.S. Johnston. November 1922. [Human Remains.] Polishing stone of fine-grained basalt used at the present day by Canarios, at the Troglodite village of Atalaya, Grand Canary in the same manner as in prehistoric times. Photo.d by T.W. Reader. Presented by M.S. Johnston. November 1922.