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  • 11:00, 13 May 2014 Dbk talk contribs uploaded File:P006953.jpg (Kilve. Looking NE. Cliff in Blue Lias strata. Alternating shales and limestones of the Blue Lias. The lower part of the cliff comprises the higher part of the Schlotheimia angulata Zone, with the succeeding Arietites bucklandi Zone present at the top. ...)
  • 10:59, 13 May 2014 Dbk talk contribs uploaded File:P006784.jpg (Flamborough Head. Looking SE. High stacks. Well-bedded flintless Upper Chalk is overlain by thick glacial deposits of Devensian age. The base of the flintless chalk is said to occur at about sea level.)
  • 10:59, 13 May 2014 Dbk talk contribs uploaded File:P006782.jpg (Flamborough Head. Looking WNW. Cliffs in Selwicks Bay. Well-bedded Upper Chalk with flints shows slight disturbance which has probably been caused by ice movement. In the background the cliffs are capped by landslipped Devensian glacial deposits.)
  • 10:59, 13 May 2014 Dbk talk contribs uploaded File:P006779.jpg (Newbiggin Cliff near Filey. Looking ESE. The cliff is composed of Oxford Clay overlain by Corallian rocks. Glacial till forms the gentler upper slopes which display gully erosion.)
  • 10:58, 13 May 2014 Dbk talk contribs uploaded File:P006771.jpg (High Red Cliff, Cayton Bay. Looking E. Kellyaways Rock, Hackness Rock and Oxford Clay capped by Lower Calcareous Grit, Cayton Bay, near Scarborough.)
  • 10:58, 13 May 2014 Dbk talk contribs uploaded File:P006482.jpg (Giant's Causeway. Looking E. The top of the Grand Causeway in the foreground, with the cliffs of Roveran Valley Head and Spaniard Rock across Port Noffer. The upper part of the cliffs including the Chimney Tops, is in three flows of tholeiitic basalt. ...)
  • 10:57, 13 May 2014 Dbk talk contribs uploaded File:P006263.jpg (N. face of Chrome Hill, upper Dove Valley. Looking ESE. Scenery formed by the limestones of B2 apron-reef complex at the western margin of the Derbyshire Block. The marginal reef complex limestones form the foreground slope and the two steep-sided hill...)
  • 10:56, 13 May 2014 Dbk talk contribs uploaded File:P006254.jpg (Drabber Tor, Wolfscote Dale at confluence with Biggin Dale, Derbyshire/N. Staffs. Looking NW. Castellated crags flanking the southern part of Wolfscote Dale composed of well-bedded pelletal calcarenitic limestone with thin micritic limestones of Lower ...)
  • 10:54, 13 May 2014 Dbk talk contribs uploaded File:P006066.jpg (Carn Kenidjack, Carnyorth Common. Looking ESE. Granite tor. A rare fine-grained granite tor.)
  • 10:54, 13 May 2014 Dbk talk contribs uploaded File:P005992.jpg (Between Balcreuchan Port and Port Vad, near Ballantrae. Basalt pillows. Large pillows of reddened, feldspar-phyric spilitic basalt.)
  • 10:48, 13 May 2014 Dbk talk contribs uploaded File:P005990.jpg (Blindwells Opencast Site, Tranent. Limestone Coal Group strata, from Great Seam Coal to Four Foot Coal; shows small fault; variable overburden of glacial till; temporary spoil heap in far left, back-filled spoil near left.)
  • 10:47, 13 May 2014 Dbk talk contribs uploaded File:P005864.jpg (Ardwell Bay. Ardwell Flags. Vertical greywackes, siltstones of the Caradocian, Ardwell Group.)
  • 10:46, 13 May 2014 Dbk talk contribs uploaded File:P005798.jpg (Lulworth Cove. Looking E. Lulworth Cove - a natural harbour. The cove has been formed by widening of the sea in the Portland Stone and Lower Purbeck Limestone, and by washing away of the softer Middle and Upper Purbeck and Wealdon Beds behind. On the f...)
  • 10:45, 13 May 2014 Dbk talk contribs uploaded File:P005775.jpg (Stair Hole Cove, West Lulworth. Looking E. Stair Hole. Junction of Lower Purbeck and Portland Stone.)
  • 10:44, 13 May 2014 Dbk talk contribs uploaded File:P005755.jpg (Cowsen Gill, near Keasden. Thin coal and seatearth in the Roeburndale Formation. The following section is exposed in the north-east bank of Cowsen Gill: sandstone fine-grained, quartzitic, passes upwards into 2.40 m. ganister. Siltstone, sandy, micaceo...)
  • 10:43, 13 May 2014 Dbk talk contribs uploaded File:P005586.jpg (In many areas of the country local stones were used to build the drystone walls that still form the principal field boundaries in our upland areas often replacing hedges and fences. The Yorkshire Dales has many fine examples of drystone walling techniq...)
  • 10:43, 13 May 2014 Dbk talk contribs uploaded File:P005554.jpg (Combs Quarry, Foredale. Looking W. Sub-Carboniferous unconformity. Steep, southwardly dipping Horton Formation laminated siltstones are overlain by horizontal, well-bedded Dinantian limestones.)
  • 10:36, 13 May 2014 Dbk talk contribs uploaded File:P005543.jpg (Arcow Quarry. Looking W. Folded Austwick Formation, Arcow Formation and unconformity. A major anticline, with an easterly-plunging axis is present in well-bedded, arkosic sandstones with interbedded units of laminated siltstone. The Arcow Formation (at...)
  • 10:35, 13 May 2014 Dbk talk contribs uploaded File:P005147.jpg (Hollin House Tongue, Seathwaite, Duddon Valley, Cumbria. Typical thin parallel-bedded sub-aerial volcaniclastic rocks that show a great variation in size.)
  • 10:34, 13 May 2014 Dbk talk contribs uploaded File:P005042.jpg (Goat Crag, Buttermere. F1 minor folds (slump generated). Robinson Member, Buttermere Formation. These minor folds lie on the inverted level of the major F1 Goat Crags Anticline and are congruous with the major structure. The beds young to the left.)
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