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GA006 P805005 The Vale of Belvoir. Ironstone Quarry Stonepit Houses near Wartnaby. Nottingham Excursion, 10th May 1913. Middle Lias Ironstone. This ironstone is of the same horizon as the celebrated Cleveland iron ore which belongs to the Marlstone or upper part of the Middle Lias. _.
GA006 P805006 The Vale of Belvoir. Ironstone Quarry Stonepit Houses near Wartnaby. Nottingham Excursion, 10th May 1913. Ironstone overlaid by Boulder Clay. This Ironstone is of the same horizon as the celebrated Cleveland iron ore which belongs to the Marlstone or upper part of the Middle Lias.
GA006 P805007 The Vale of Belvoir. Ironstone Quarry Stonepit Houses near Wartnaby. Nottingham Excursion, 10th May 1913. Step-fault in Ironstone with 'Roche Moutonnee' surface. The hollow was originally filled with Upper Lias Clay which has to be removed together with the Boulder Clay before the ironstone can be used.
GA006 P805008 The Vale of Belvoir. Ironstone Quarry Stonepit Houses near Wartnaby. Nottingham Excursion, 10th May 1913. Method of working the ironstone. All the clay and top hamper is wheeled across these boards and deposited on the opposite side as the ironstone is removed in the rail trucks, thus causing a flat surface but at a lower level than before.
GA006 P805009 The Vale of Belvoir. Stonepit Houses near Wartnaby. Nottingham Excursion, 10th May 1913. Striated surface of ironstone. This is the most southernly ice striated surface in England (Lamplugh).
GA006 P805010 The Vale of Belvoir. Holwell. Nottingham Excursion, 10th May 1913. Face of ironstone.
GA006 P805011 The Vale of Belvoir. Holwell. Nottingham Excursion, 10th May 1913. These workings are examples of 'open cast' workings. This brown ironstone is found in a sheet about 14 feet thick generally covered by Boulder Clay which has preserved the scratched and irregular surface caused by moving ice.
GA006 P805012 The Vale of Belvoir. Holwell. Nottingham Excursion, 10th May 1913. These workings are examples of 'open cast' workings. This brown ironstone is found in a sheet about 14 feet thick generally covered by Boulder Clay which has preserved the scratched and irregular surface caused by moving ice.
GA006 P805013 The Vale of Belvoir. . Nottingham Excursion, 10th May 1913. Marlstone escarpment near Wartnaby. The level ground at the base of this escarpment forms the Vale of Belvoir which is composed of Lower Lias beds and in the distance merges into the plain formed of Keuper marls.
GA006 P805014 The Vale of Belvoir. Nottingham Excursion, 10th May 1913. The Vale of Belvoir from edge of escarpment. The level ground at the base of this escarpment forms the Vale of Belvoir which is composed of Lower Lias beds and in the distance merges into the plain formed of Keuper marls. Added note: Boulder Clay hills, position of Hydraulic limestone escarpment,The low escarpment caused by these limestones separates the Lower Lias plain from the Keuper Marl plain.
GA006 P805015 The Vale of Belvoir. Holwell. Nottingham Excursion, 10th May 1913. Coombe formed by spring thrown out at junction of Middle and Lower Lias beds.
GA006 P805016 The Vale of Belvoir. Holwell. Nottingham Excursion, 10th May 1913. Coombe formed by spring thrown out at junction of Middle and Lower Lias beds.
GA006 P805017 The Vale of Belvoir. Barnstone. Nottingham Excursion, 10th May 1913. The Hydraulic Limestone Series of the Lower Lias. The low escarpment caused by these limestones separates the Lower Lias plain from the Keuper Marl plain in the Vale of Belvoir pictures 9 and 10.
GA006 P805018 The Vale of Belvoir. Barnstone. Nottingham Excursion, 10th May 1913. The Hydraulic Limestone Series of the Lower Lias. The low escarpment caused by these limestones separates the Lower Lias plain from the Keuper Marl plain in the Vale of Belvoir pictures 9 and 10.
GA006 P805019 The Vale of Belvoir. Barnstone. Nottingham Excursion, 10th May 1913. These consist of bluish grey laminated shales with numerous layers of flaggy argillaceous limestone of a lighter tint. It is quarried for the manufacture of cement, paving stones etc. The thickness is about 20 ft and belongs to the zone of Psiloceras planorbis.
GA006 P805020 The Vale of Belvoir. Barnstone. Nottingham Excursion, 10th May 1913. These consist of bluish grey laminated shales with numerous layers of flaggy argillaceous limestone of a lighter tint. It is quarried for the manufacture of cement, paving stones etc. The thickness is about 20 ft and belongs to the zone of Psiloceras planorbis.
GA006 P805021 The Vale of Belvoir. Nottingham Excursion, 10th May 1913. Gypsum mine at Cropwell Bishop (situated near base of Hydraulic Limestone escarpment). The gypsum deposits are found near the top of the Keuper Marl. It is now won by driving underground galleries along th thicker and richer beds.
GA006 P805022 The Vale of Belvoir. Nottingham Excursion, 10th May 1913. Gypsum mine at Cropwell Bishop (situated near base of Hydraulic Limestone escarpment). The gypsum deposits are found near the top of the Keuper Marl. It is now won by driving underground galleries along th thicker and richer beds.
GA006 P805023 The Vale of Belvoir. Nottingham Excursion, 10th May 1913. Satin spar or fibrous gypsum, Cropwell Bishop. This gypsum was originally deposited as a chemical precipitate from the evaporating waters of an inland lake. The above silky and fibrous forms have been caused by subsequent alteration such as recystallisation.
GA006 P805024 The Vale of Belvoir. Nottingham Excursion, 10th May 1913. Satin spar or fibrous gypsum, Cropwell Bishop. This gypsum was originally deposited as a chemical precipitate from the evaporating waters of an inland lake. The above silky and fibrous forms have been caused by subsequent alteration such as recystallisation.
GA006 P805025 The Trent Valley. Hazleford. Nottingham Excursion, 12th May 1913. View of Trent Valley excavated along the strike of the Keuper Marls. The level of the land from which these views were taken is only a few geet above the water level while on the other side it washes the bases of the hills and in places form cliffs.
GA006 P805026 The Trent Valley. Hazleford. Nottingham Excursion, 12th May 1913.
GA006 P805027 The Trent Valley. Hazleford. Nottingham Excursion, 12th May 1913. The G.A. fleet.
GA006 P805028 The Trent Valley. Hazleford. Nottingham Excursion, 12th May 1913. Keuper Cliff at Hazleford.
GA006 P805029 Newark. Nottingham Excursion, 12th May 1913. Gypsum bearing Keuper Marls Messrs Cafferata's Pit.
GA006 P805030 Newark. Nottingham Excursion, 12th May 1913. Gypsum bearing Keuper Marls Messrs Cafferata's Pit.
GA006 P805031 Newark. Nottingham Excursion, 12th May 1913. The gypsum is found in layers from as much as 15 feet to a mere film. It is very irregular, sometimes being in a continuous deposit and at other in disjointed masses called by the quarrymen 'balls'.
GA006 P805032 Newark. Nottingham Excursion, 12th May 1913. The gypsum is found in layers from as much as 15 feet to a mere film. It is very irregular, sometimes being in a continuous deposit and at other in disjointed masses called by the quarrymen 'balls'.
GA006 P805033 Newark. Nottingham Excursion, 12th May 1913. Gypsum bearing Keuper Marls, Messrs Cafferata's Pit. The pure gypsum is used for making plaster of Paris, being roasted in a kiln and then ground to fine powder. The poorer qualities are used for cement.
GA006 P805034 Newark. Nottingham Excursion, 12th May 1913. Gypsum bearing Keuper Marls, Messrs Cafferata's Pit. The pure gypsum is used for making plaster of Paris, being roasted in a kiln and then ground to fine powder. The poorer qualities are used for cement.
GA006 P805035 Newark. Nottingham Excursion, 12th May 1913. Veins of fibrous gypsum. This is 'Satin spar' and used for making beads and small ornaments. Added note: Satin spar is a special kind of fibrous gypsum which is remarkably translucent and at present is quarried in only one place viz East Bridgford. Fibrous gypsum is not sufficently translucent.
GA006 P805036 Newark. Nottingham Excursion, 12th May 1913. Balls of gypsum. The clearer and veined portions are known as alabaster and used as ornamental building stone.
GA006 P805037 Creswell. Quarry over Church Hole Cave. . Nottingham Excursion, 13th May 1913. Swallow hole in Magnesian Limestone. The limestone holds a quantity of water in these spaces but it is not of good quality.
GA006 P805038 Creswell. Quarry over Church Hole Cave. . Nottingham Excursion, 13th May 1913. Face of Magnesian Limestone. Used as a building stone and consisting mainly of dolomite crystals with quartz sand and free calcite.
GA006 P805039 Creswell. Nottingham Excursion, 13th May 1913. Creswell Crags. Entrance to Robin Hood's Cave. The Magnesian Limestone is strongly jointed and some of the joints are enlarged into fissures which expand into wide caves the mouths of which are usually 20 feet above the floor of the ravine.
GA006 P805040 Creswell. Nottingham Excursion, 13th May 1913. Creswell Gorge. It is by this gorge that a small tributary of the Poulter breaks across a faulted uplift of the Magnesian Limestone. Added note: Derbyshire on left, Nottinghamshire on right.
GA006 P805041 Markland Grips. Nottingham Excursion, 13th May 1913. Fallen block of Magnesian Limestone in a ravine cut in the same rock.
GA006 P805042 Markland Grips. Nottingham Excursion, 13th May 1913. Thin bedded Magnesian Limestone of a flaggy character containing quartz grains with granules of dolomite.
GA006 P805043 Markland Grips. Langwith. Nottingham Excursion, 13th May 1913. Cave in Magnesian Limestone from which a human skull, many worked flints, and a great variety of bones of extinct and living forms were obtained.
GA006 P805044 Markland Grips. Langwith. Nottingham Excursion, 13th May 1913. Railway cutting in Magnesian Limestone. [Group photo].
GA006 P805045 Sneinton. Nottingham Excursion, 14th May 1913. Added note: Keuper Conglomerate, Keuper Waterstones.
GA006 P805046 Sneinton. Nottingham Excursion, 14th May 1913. Added note: See details below No. 44. [Group photo].
GA006 P805047 Sneinton. Nottingham Excursion, 14th May 1913. For 18 ft below the Keuper Conglomerate is a series of beds with a peculiar bluish tinge classified at present with Bunter but their stratigraphical relationships however are still uncertain. Added note: Keuper Waterstones, Keuper Conglomerate.
GA006 P805048 Sneinton. Nottingham Excursion, 14th May 1913. Pebble band in beds just below the Keuper Conglomerate, position marked in general view above. This shows the resemblance of these beds to Bunter.
GA006 P805049 Nottingham Brick Co. Carlton Road. Nottingham Excursion, 14th May 1913. Lower Keuper Marls. These marls although of a clayey texture are mainly silicious silts with carbonates of lime and magnesia shaly and ripple marked with pale greenish bands and thin beds of sandstone called skerries.
GA006 P805050 Nottingham Brick Co. Carlton Road. Nottingham Excursion, 14th May 1913. Skerry in Keuper Marls. The thin bands of sandstone are locally known as skerries. When several bands are close together and divided by narrow beds of shale as seen at the top of the section it forms a 'skerry belt' causing a plateau surface.
GA006 P805051 Nottingham Brick Co. Carlton Road. Nottingham Excursion, 14th May 1913. Face of Keuper Marls. It is chiefly from these marls that the Nottingham bricks are made.
GA006 P805052 Nottingham Brick Co. Carlton Road. Nottingham Excursion, 14th May 1913. Fibrous gypsum in the Keuper Marl between the skerries.
GA006 P805053 Bulwell - Magnesian Limestone. Nottingham Excursion, 14th May 1913. Quarry at Bulweel in Permian Lower Limestone. Used for building stone and for making lime.
GA006 P805054 Hucknall Road. Nottingham Excursion, 14th May 1913. Bunter beds showing an old channel.
GA006 P805055 Nottingham Excursion, 14th May 1913. Bunter beds.
GA006 P805056 Nottingham Excursion, 14th May 1913. Bunter beds.
GA006 P805057 Bulwell - Brick and Pottery Pits. Nottingham Excursion, 14th May 1913. Permian Marl. A bright red shaly clay or 'marl' with interstratified green layers and thin bands of hard dolomitic sandstone also known as 'Middle Marl'. Used for making superior quality bricks and for flower pots.
GA006 P805058 Bulwell - Brick and Pottery Pits. Nottingham Excursion, 14th May 1913. Permian Marl. A bright red shaly clay or 'marl' with interstratified green layers and thin bands of hard dolomitic sandstone also known as 'Middle Marl'. Used for making superior quality bricks and for flower pots.
GA006 P805059 Hempshill. Nottingham Excursion, 14th May 1913. Lower Mottled Sandstone with false bedding about 30 ft thick. This is the lowest division of the Bunter having few pebbles and of a fine loamy texture it is of a deep ruddy colour and contains marl interbedded with the sand. Used for moulding sand. The upper coarser portions are used as building sand. Added note: Hempshill Railway Quarry near Bulwell.
GA006 P805060 Hempshill. Nottingham Excursion, 14th May 1913. Lower Mottled Sandstone with false bedding about 30 ft thick. This is the lowest division of the Bunter having few pebbles and of a fine loamy texture it is of a deep ruddy colour and contains marl interbedded with the sand. Used for moulding sand. The upper coarser portions are used as building sand. Added note: Hempshill Railway Quarry near Bulwell.
GA006 P805061 Kimberley. G. N. R. Goods Yard. Nottingham Excursion, 14th May 1913. Marl Slates resting on Permian breccia.
GA006 P805062 Kimberley. G. N. R. Goods Yard. Nottingham Excursion, 14th May 1913. Junction of Permian and Coal Measures. The breccia at a low angle resting unconformably upon shaly Coal Measures.
GA006 P805063 Kimberley. Midland Railway Cutting. Nottingham Excursion, 14th May 1913. Basement beds consisting of breccia made up of fragments of Carboniferous rocks cemented in a sandy calcareous matrix overlaid by thinly bedded flags on impure sandy dolomite with interbedded grey marl or clay. Added note: Breccia.
GA006 P805064 Kimberley. Midland Railway Cutting. Nottingham Excursion, 14th May 1913. Basement beds consisting of breccia made up of fragments of Carboniferous rocks cemented in a sandy calcareous matrix overlaid by thinly bedded flags on impure sandy dolomite with interbedded grey marl or clay. Added note: Breccia.
GA006 P805065 The Hemlock Stone. Nottingham Excursion, 15th May 1913. The Hemlock or Himlack Stone stands in a grassy depression between the wooded heights of Stapleford and Bramcote and rises to a height of 31 feet.
GA006 P805066 The Hemlock Stone. Nottingham Excursion, 15th May 1913. Owing to its superior hardness it has resisted the destroying action of the rain and frost more than the surrounding rock which has been washed gradually away.
GA006 P805067 The Hemlock Stone. Nottingham Excursion, 15th May 1913. It is a natural pillar due to selective atmospheric weathering the capping being a hard conglomerate cemented by barium sulphate. The conglomerate belongs to the top of the Bunter and also forms the summits of the two Hills.
GA006 P805068 The Hemlock Stone. Nottingham Excursion, 15th May 1913. False bedding on surface of Hemlock Stone, the portion marked in the view above.
GA006 P805069 Gypsum showing the transition from the amorphous to the fibrous form. Nottingham Excursion
GA006 P805070 Pseudomorphs after salt in Lower Keuper Marls, Nottingham Brick Co., Carlton Road, Nottingham. Nottingham Excursion
GA006 P805071 Dreikanters - near Nottingham. Quartzites acted upon during Triassic times by wind driving sand. Nottingham Excursion
GA006 P805072 Dreikanters - near Nottingham. Quartzites acted upon during Triassic times by wind driving sand. Nottingham Excursion
GA006 P805073 Coverack. Excursion to the Lizard, March 20th 1913. The point on which the houses are built is serpentine with dykes of dolerite and veins of gabbro piercing it in every direction.
GA006 P805074 Coverack. Excursion to the Lizard, March 20th 1913. The two views were taken from the North, the high ground in the foreground being the gabbro boss.
GA006 P805075 Dolor Point. Excursion to the Lizard, March 20th 1913. Serpentine pierced by dykes of troctolite and olivine gabbro, these were at a later data cut by olivine dolerites.
GA006 P805076 Dolor Point. Excursion to the Lizard, March 20th 1913. Serpentine pierced by dykes of troctolite and olivine gabbro, these were at a later data cut by olivine dolerites.
GA006 P805077 Coverack. Excursion to the Lizard, March 20th 1913. Lowland Point. The broad terrace at the foot of the old gabbro cliff is a raised beach.
GA006 P805078 Coverack. Excursion to the Lizard, March 20th 1913. Lowland Point. The raised beach from the village.
GA006 P805079 North Corner. Excursion to the Lizard, March 20th 1913. Large blocks broken from the intrusive edge of the gabbro.
GA006 P805080 North Corner. Excursion to the Lizard, March 20th 1913. Large blocks broken from the intrusive edge of the gabbro.
GA006 P805081 Coverack. Excursion to the Lizard, March 21st 1913. Gabbro pegmatite.
GA006 P805082 Coverack. Excursion to the Lizard, March 21st 1913. Standing block of serpentine, this being of a harder nature has resisted denudation longer than the surrounding material.
GA006 P805083 Coverack. Excursion to the Lizard, March 21st 1913. Sand grains cemented by marine works 'Sabellaria alveolata' to form protective chambers.
GA006 P805084 Coverack. Excursion to the Lizard, March 21st 1913. Sand grains cemented by marine works 'Sabellaria alveolata' to form protective chambers.
GA006 P805085 Coverack. Excursion to the Lizard, March 21st 1913. Bastite serpentine cut by gabbro dyke.
GA006 P805086 Coverack. Excursion to the Lizard, March 21st 1913. Side of a dolerite dyke exposed by the removal of the serpentine around it. Shows polygonal jointing in the dolerite and spheroidal weathering.
GA006 P805087 Coverack. Excursion to the Lizard, March 21st 1913. Narrow black dyke (olivine dolerite) cutting through serpentine raised beach with pebbles at top.
GA006 P805088 Coverack. Excursion to the Lizard, March 21st 1913. Reticulate network of cracks developed by action of the weather in bastite serpentine.
GA006 P805089 Crousa Downs. Excursion to the Lizard, March 21st 1913. Cromlech called the Brothers of Grugwith.
GA006 P805090 Crousa Downs. Excursion to the Lizard, March 21st 1913. Cromlech called the Brothers of Grugwith.
GA006 P805091 Crousa Downs. Excursion to the Lizard, March 21st 1913. Residual blocks of gabbro strewn over the surface of the Downs. Owing to the rotting of the exposed surface and the washing away of the fine material the harder portions are left.
GA006 P805092 Crousa Downs. Excursion to the Lizard, March 21st 1913. Residual blocks of gabbro strewn over the surface of the Downs. Owing to the rotting of the exposed surface and the washing away of the fine material the harder portions are left.
GA006 P805093 Crousa Downs. Excursion to the Lizard, March 21st/22nd 1913. Pliocene gravels.
GA006 P805094 Crousa Downs. Excursion to the Lizard, March 21st/22nd 1913. Pliocene gravels resting on Pliocene platform cut out of the gabbro.
GA006 P805095 Crousa Downs. Excursion to the Lizard, March 21st/22nd 1913. Pliocene gravel.
GA006 P805096 Crousa Downs. Excursion to the Lizard, March 21st/22nd 1913. Nigger-heads or greystones, St. Keverne. These are the blocks that stand out when the soft decomposed gabbro around them is washed away. They show spheroidal weathering.
GA006 P805097 Chynhalls Point. Excursion to the Lizard, March 23rd 1913. The headland in the distance is gabbro. This point is a mass of serpentine pierced by dykes of gabbro which are themselves cut by epidiorite dykes.
GA006 P805098 Chynhalls Point. Excursion to the Lizard, March 23rd 1913. This point is a mass of serpentine pierced by dykes of gabbro which are themselves cut by epidiorite dykes.
GA006 P805099 Chynhalls Point. Excursion to the Lizard, March 23rd 1913.
GA006 P805100 Chynhalls Point. Excursion to the Lizard, March 23rd 1913.
GA006 P805101 Chynhalls Point. Excursion to the Lizard, March 23rd 1913. The sea as an eroding agent.
GA006 P805102 Chynhalls Point. Excursion to the Lizard, March 23rd 1913. Fissure weathering of serpentine.
GA006 P805103 Chynhalls Point. Excursion to the Lizard, March 23rd 1913. Advanced or prismatic weathering of serpentine.
GA006 P805104 Chynhalls Point. Excursion to the Lizard, March 23rd 1913. Advanced or prismatic weathering of serpentine.
GA006 P805105 Carrick Luz. Excursion to the Lizard, March 23rd 1913. This dyke of gabbro cutting the serpentine has a breadth of over 100 yards and being harder has been left now forming a long promontory running out to sea.
GA006 P805106 Carrick Luz. Excursion to the Lizard, March 23rd 1913. Spernic Cove. Added note: Shows foliation of gabbro (augen gabbro) dipping very steeply to the N.E.
GA006 P805107 Carrick Luz. Excursion to the Lizard, March 23rd 1913. Augen gabbro, Carrick Luz.
GA006 P805108 Carrick Luz. Excursion to the Lizard, March 23rd 1913. Spernic Cove. Cliffs of serpentine containing dykes of flaser gabbro, granite and epidiorite. Added note: The narrow gully or groove above the arrow marks the junction of the gabbro dyke on the left with the serpentine on the right.
GA006 P805109 Nare Head to Manaccan. [Excursion to the Lizard, March 24th 1913.] Section of consolidated crush breccia of the Veryan Series. A fine grained quartzose sandstone with calcareous veins quarried for road metal. Roadside near Carn.
GA006 P805110 Nare Head to Manaccan. [Excursion to the Lizard, March 24th 1913.] Head capping Devonian beds, S.W. of Nare Point. Added note: Head, raised beach, slaty Devonian beds.
GA006 P805111 Nare Head to Manaccan. [Excursion to the Lizard, March 24th 1913.] Veryan quartzite underlaid by spring thown out at the junction. Added note: Spring.
GA006 P805112 Nare Head to Manaccan. [Excursion to the Lizard, March 24th 1913.] Veryan quartzite below Penare. Brecciated and veined with quartz. [Group photo].
GA006 P805113 Nare Head to Manaccan. [Excursion to the Lizard, March 24th 1913.] Platform of head overlying raised beach with Devonian beds below. From Men Aver beach.
GA006 P805114 Nare Head to Manaccan. [Excursion to the Lizard, March 24th 1913.] Blk dyke, Coverack.
GA006 P805115 Nare Head to Manaccan. [Excursion to the Lizard, March 24th 1913.] Devonian slates and conglomerates, Nare Point.
GA006 P805116 Nare Head to Manaccan. [Excursion to the Lizard, March 24th 1913.] Nare Head. Devonian slates with plant remains.
GA006 P805117 Nare Head to Manaccan. [Excursion to the Lizard, March 24th 1913.] Dennis Head - Portscatho Series (Ordovician).
GA006 P805118 Nare Head to Manaccan. [Excursion to the Lizard, March 24th 1913.] Gillan Harbour with entrance to Helford River beyond. Devonian series on the South side of Gillan Harbour, and Ordovician rocks (Portscatho series) occupy the Northern area.
GA006 P805119 Nare Head to Manaccan. [Excursion to the Lizard, March 24th 1913.] Penare. Veryan beds in the foreground and Devonian conglomerate forms the headland.
GA006 P805120 Nare Head to Manaccan. [Excursion to the Lizard, March 24th 1913.] Gillan Harbour. Portscatho series (Ordovician on the left, Devonian beds on the right).
GA006 P805121 Nare Head to Manaccan. [Excursion to the Lizard, March 24th 1913.] Devonian beds, Gillan Harbour.
GA006 P805122 Nare Head to Manaccan. [Excursion to the Lizard, March 24th 1913.] Devonian slates, S.W. of Nare Point.
GA006 P805123 Nare Head to Manaccan. [Excursion to the Lizard, March 24th 1913.] Spring at Tregithy [Tregithey] thrown out at junction of hornblende schist and Veryan beds.
GA006 P805124 Nare Head to Manaccan. [Excursion to the Lizard, March 24th 1913.]
GA006 P805125 Kennack. Excursion to the Lizard, March 25th 1913. East side of Kennack Sands. Bastite serpentine with thin white steatite veins. A large black syke or inclined sill of epidiorite runs through the serpentine from the points marked.
GA006 P805126 Kennack. Excursion to the Lizard, March 25th 1913. Cliff of streaky Kennack gneiss, showing a pale acid portion including and veining a dark basic material.
GA006 P805127 Kennack. Excursion to the Lizard, March 25th 1913. Bastite serpentine with veins of steatite. Note the shining little crystals of bastite.
GA006 P805128 Kennack. Excursion to the Lizard, March 25th 1913. Bastite serpentine with veins of steatite. Note the shining little crystals of bastite.
GA006 P805129 Kennack. Excursion to the Lizard, March 25th 1913. Kennack Sands. Enys Head in background. Beyond that on skyline Ruan Minor village and Grade Church. In middle of bay, the Caerverrack rocks which are serpentine.
GA006 P805130 Kennack. Excursion to the Lizard, March 25th 1913. Kennack Sands from West. In foreground the banded Kennack gneisses. In distance the point of Carrick Luz which is the gabbro dyke.
GA006 P805131 Kennack. Excursion to the Lizard, March 25th 1913. Kennack gneiss.
GA006 P805132 Kennack. Excursion to the Lizard, March 25th 1913. Dyke in serpentine on beach, Kennack.
GA006 P805133 Kennack. Excursion to the Lizard, March 25th 1913. Red granite boss of the banded Kennack gneisses at West corner of Kennack.
GA006 P805134 Kennack. Excursion to the Lizard, March 25th 1913. Steatite serpentine.
GA006 P805135 Kennack. Excursion to the Lizard, March 25th 1913. Cliff of banded gneiss. West side of Kennack Bay.
GA006 P805136 Kennack. Excursion to the Lizard, March 25th 1913. Bastite serpentine cut by gabbro and both cut by epidiorite. West side of Kennack Bay.
GA006 P805137 Cadgwith. Excursion to the Lizard, March 25th 1913. The tunnel is a line of fault, the softer material having been eaten out by the sea forming a cave. The roof having collapsed an amphitheatre has been formed now called the Devils [Devil's] Frying Pan. Added note: The rock on the right is hornblende schist, that on the left is mostly Kennack gneiss.
GA006 P805138 Cadgwith. Excursion to the Lizard, March 25th 1913. The tunnel is a line of fault, the softer material having been eaten out by the sea forming a cave. The roof having collapsed an amphitheatre has been formed now called the Devils [Devil's] Frying Pan. Added note: The rock on the right is hornblende schist, that on the left is mostly Kennack gneiss.
GA006 P805139 Cadgwith. Excursion to the Lizard, March 25th 1913. Hornblende schist, Cadgwith.
GA006 P805140 Excursion to the Lizard, March 25th 1913. Spernic Cove. Shows junction of gabbro dyke on the left with serpentine on the right.
GA006 P805141 Lizard Head. Excursion to the Lizard, March 26th 1913. Man of War Rocks. These islands are formed of Man of War gneiss.
GA006 P805142 Lizard Head. Excursion to the Lizard, March 26th 1913. Man of War Rocks. These islands are formed of Man of War gneiss.
GA006 P805143 Lizard Head. Excursion to the Lizard, March 26th 1913. Pebble of serpentine and steatite.
GA006 P805144 Lizard Head. Excursion to the Lizard, March 26th 1913. Gabbro schist.
GA006 P805145 Polpeor. Excursion to the Lizard, March 26th 1913. Tremolite serpentine but mostly the pinkish mica schist.
GA006 P805146 Polpeor. Excursion to the Lizard, March 26th 1913. Sheared black dyke. Added note: 1: Crumpled mica schist, 2: Large bolster shaped mass or pulled out basalt dyke.
GA006 P805147 Polpeor. Excursion to the Lizard, March 26th 1913. Contorted hornblende schist.
GA006 P805148 Polpeor. Excursion to the Lizard, March 26th 1913. Cave caused by erosion of fault.
GA006 P805149 Kynance. Excursion to the Lizard, March 26th 1913. Tremolite serpentine in foreground and in Lion Rock.
GA006 P805150 Kynance. Excursion to the Lizard, March 26th 1913. The Lion Rock. Added note: Showing the fault between the Lion Rock and Yellow Carn headland eaten out by the sea.
GA006 P805151 Kynance. Excursion to the Lizard, March 26th 1913. Steeple Rock - a serpentine pillar left by erosion of gneiss and granite each side.
GA006 P805152 Kynance. Excursion to the Lizard, March 26th 1913. Tremolite serpentine. At top of cliff a granite gneiss intrusion into the tremolite serpentine. Added note: Granite gneiss, Tremolite serpentine.
GA006 P805153 Kynance. Excursion to the Lizard, March 26th 1913. Pebble of serpentine with steatite breccia.
GA006 P805154 Kynance. Excursion to the Lizard, March 26th 1913.
GA006 P805155 Kynance. Excursion to the Lizard, March 26th 1913. Stream Kynance. Note the rugged walls of the serpentine valley.
GA006 P805156 Kynance. Excursion to the Lizard, March 26th 1913. Druids Stone in British Village above Kynance.
GA006 P805157 Gunwalloe. Excursion to the Lizard, March 27th 1913. Folds in the Baulk Head Devonian Beds, consisting of alterations of sandstones and slates.
GA006 P805158 Gunwalloe. Excursion to the Lizard, March 27th 1913. Folds in the Baulk Head Devonian Beds, consisting of alterations of sandstones and slates.
GA006 P805159 Gunwalloe. Excursion to the Lizard, March 27th 1913. Folds in sandstone of the Baulk Head Devonian Series. Gunwalloe cliff at Jangye-ryn.
GA006 P805160 Gunwalloe. Excursion to the Lizard, March 27th 1913. Folds in sandstone of the Baulk Head Devonian Series. Gunwalloe cliff at Jangye-ryn.
GA006 P805161 Gunwalloe to Porthleven. Excursion to the Lizard, March 27th 1913. Helston.
GA006 P805162 Gunwalloe to Porthleven. Excursion to the Lizard, March 27th 1913. Coast section of Falmouth Beds from Baulk Head to Looe Bar. Added note: Raised beach platform at base of cliff with cemented gravels resting on rock ledge. Porthleven in distance.
GA006 P805163 Gunwalloe to Porthleven. Excursion to the Lizard, March 27th 1913. Manaccan Series, Lower Devonian, Baulk Head.
GA006 P805164 Gunwalloe to Porthleven. Excursion to the Lizard, March 27th 1913. Manaccan Series, Lower Devonian, Baulk Head. This photograph shows the cleavage planes transverse to the bedding.
GA006 P805165 Looe Bar. Excursion to the Lizard, March 27th 1913. Shingle beach formed chiefly of chalk flints with a few chert pebbles.
GA006 P805166 Excursion to the Lizard, March 27th 1913. Looe Bar.
GA006 P805167 Excursion to the Lizard, March 27th 1913. Looe Bar looking South.
GA006 P805168 Looe Bar. Excursion to the Lizard, March 27th 1913. The Bar in the distance fronting Looe Pool has converted an original tidal estuary into a freshwater lake. .
GA006 P805169 Porthleven. Excursion to the Lizard, March 27th 1913. The Giant's Rock on beach formed of microcline gneiss, a glacial erratic of 50 tons in weight stranded by ice on the Pleistocene shore.
GA006 P805170 Porthleven. Excursion to the Lizard, March 27th 1913. Contorted Mylor banded beds. Note the quartz veins which are crumpled and brecciated.
GA006 P805171 Porthleven. Excursion to the Lizard, March 27th 1913. Looe Pool from the Bar. The Falmouth Series occupy all but the most distant parts of the picture.
GA006 P805172 Porthleven. Excursion to the Lizard, March 27th 1913. Looe Pool from the Bar. Falmouth Series.
GA006 P805173 Kynance to Mullion. Excursion to the Lizard, March 28th 1913. Predannock Head from the South. The cove is Ugo Dour [Ogo-dour] Cove where the serpentine on the right joins the hornblende schist on the left.
GA006 P805174 Kynance to Mullion. Excursion to the Lizard, March 28th 1913. In centre of view the celebrated Porstone Point where Messrs Teall and [missing] described the junction of the serpentine and hornblende schist.
GA006 P805175 Kynance to Mullion. Excursion to the Lizard, March 28th 1913. The Horse - a mass of tremolite serpentine projecting from the cliff.
GA006 P805176 Kynance to Mullion. Excursion to the Lizard, March 28th 1913. At Kynance looking S.E. from the Rill Point. Lion Rock in the distance. Landslip in face of cliff.
GA006 P805177 Lizard to Mullion. Excursion to the Lizard, March 28th 1913. Foliated banded hornblende schist in cliffs north of Porstone Point.
GA006 P805178 Lizard to Mullion. Excursion to the Lizard, March 28th 1913. Landslip in face of cliffs north of Soap Rock (tremolite serpentine).
GA006 P805179 Lizard to Mullion. Excursion to the Lizard, March 28th 1913. [Landslip in face of cliffs north of Soap Rock (tremolite serpentine).].
GA006 P805180 Lizard to Mullion. Excursion to the Lizard, March 28th 1913. Faulted pebble of hornblende schist.
GA006 P805181 Mullion. Excursion to the Lizard, March 28th 1913. Mullion Island consists of pillow lava (spilite) with subordinate beds [of] radiolarian chert and black shales of the Veryan Series.
GA006 P805182 Mullion. Excursion to the Lizard, March 28th 1913. Mullion Island consists of pillow lava (spilite) with subordinate beds [of] radiolarian chert and black shales of the Veryan Series.
GA006 P805183 Mullion. Excursion to the Lizard, March 28th 1913. An infold of hornblende schist in serpentine, Mullion Cove.
GA006 P805184 Mullion. Excursion to the Lizard, March 28th 1913. Hornblende schist.
GA006 P805185 Mullion. Excursion to the Lizard, March 28th 1913. Note the raised beach platform at height of 10 feet on Mullion Island.
GA006 P805186 Mullion. Excursion to the Lizard, March 28th 1913. Mullion Cove.
GA006 P805187 Mullion. Excursion to the Lizard, March 28th 1913. Compact flinty looking serpentine forming the rocky inlet of Henscath.
GA006 P805188 Mullion. Excursion to the Lizard, March 28th 1913. The Bumble Rock and cliff of hornblende schist. West of Lizard lighthouses.
GA006 P805189 Mullion. Excursion to the Lizard, March 28th 1913. Shingle beach, Polurrian Cove. The Veryan Series form the headland.
GA006 P805190 Mullion. Excursion to the Lizard, March 28th 1913. Poldhu Marconi Signal Station. On the Veryan slates.
GA006 P805191 Mullion. Excursion to the Lizard, March 28th 1913. Mullion Cove Hotel on hornblende schist. Henscath an islet of fine tremolite serpentine. Behind these Marconi Signal Station.
GA006 P805192 Mullion. Excursion to the Lizard, March 28th 1913. North point of Polurrian Cove. Veryan Beds.
GA006 P805193 Blue Anchor to Watchet. Minehead Excursion, June 21st 1913. View of Blue Anchor Point showing the anticlinal arrangement of the Keuper Marl.
GA006 P805194 Blue Anchor to Watchet. Minehead Excursion, June 21st 1913. Detailed view of a portion of the cliff depicted in No. 1 showing veins of gypsum.
GA006 P805195 Blue Anchor to Watchet. Minehead Excursion, June 21st 1913. Marine undercutting of Keuper and Rhaetic beds.
GA006 P805196 Blue Anchor to Watchet. Minehead Excursion, June 21st 1913. Rhaetic and Keuper faulted against Keuper.
GA006 P805197 Blue Anchor to Watchet. Minehead Excursion, June 21st 1913. View of fault plane - the face is Keuper Marl.
GA006 P805198 Blue Anchor to Watchet. Minehead Excursion, June 21st 1913. Slipped mass of rock between Blue Anchor and Watchet.
GA006 P805199 Blue Anchor to Watchet. Minehead Excursion, June 21st 1913. Warren Farm section (Upper Keuper). See 2 J. G. Soc. Vol. LXVII Pl. IV.
GA006 P805200 Blue Anchor to Watchet. Minehead Excursion, June 21st 1913. Slipped mass of rock between Blue Anchor and Watchet.
GA006 P805201 St Audries Bay. Minehead Excursion, June 21st 1913.
GA006 P805202 St Audries Bay. Minehead Excursion, June 21st 1913. Detailed view of a portion of the cliff at St Audries Bay showing black shales resting on Keuper Grey Marls. Added note: Lower Lias.
GA006 P805203 St Audries Bay. Minehead Excursion, June 21st 1913. Detailed view of a portion of the cliff at St Audries Bay showing black shales resting on Keuper Grey Marls.
GA006 P805204 St Audries Bay. Minehead Excursion, June 21st 1913. Keuper Marls.
GA006 P805205 St Audries Bay. Minehead Excursion, June 21st 1913. Lias beds tilted by landslip. An example of the way horizontal beds are brought within reach of marine erosion.
GA006 P805206 St Audries Bay. Minehead Excursion, June 21st 1913. Black shales overlying the Keuper Grey Marls.
GA006 P805207 St Audries Bay. Minehead Excursion, June 21st 1913. Lias limestone from the above beds when subjected to marine influence besides being rolled by the waves are eaten into by Polydora.
GA006 P805208 Lilstock Bay. Minehead Excursion, June 23rd 1913.
GA006 P805209 Lilstock Bay. Minehead Excursion, June 23rd 1913. Section of Lias and Rhaetic Beds. Added note: Lower Lias, Rhaetic.
GA006 P805210 Lilstock Bay. Minehead Excursion, June 23rd 1913. Detailed view of upper part of previous section. Added note: Lower Lias, Watchet Beds, Langport Beds, Cotham Beds, Lilstock Beds or Pteria contorta beds.
GA006 P805211 The Quantocks. Minehead Excursion, June 23rd 1913. Combe looking towards Holford.
GA006 P805212 The Quantocks. Minehead Excursion, June 23rd 1913. Devonian beds. Quarry at entrance to Combe.
GA006 P805213 The Quantocks. Minehead Excursion, June 23rd 1913. Wayside cross at Crowcombe.
GA006 P805214 Woodland Quarry Holford. Minehead Excursion, June 23rd 1913. Hangman's Grits, Devonian.
GA006 P805215 Woodland Quarry Holford. Minehead Excursion, June 23rd 1913. Mesopotamia - between the rivers, Holford.
GA006 P805216 Woodland Quarry Holford. Minehead Excursion, June 23rd 1913. Mesopotamia - between the rivers, Holford.
GA006 P805217 Section in the Trias, Woolston Quarry near Williton. Minehead Excursion, June 24rd 1913. The upper part of the section showing the upper sandstones and upper part of the conglomerate. Added note: Irregularly jointed rubbly red sandstone, Massive even bedded red sandstone, Dark between conglomerate splitting into impersistent even beds, Massive conglomerate with numerous pebbles of Carboniferous limestone which give the rock a grey tint, Upper sandstones Lower Keuper or Upper Bunter, Bunter Conglomerate.
GA006 P805218 Section in the Trias, Woolston Quarry near Williton. Minehead Excursion, June 24rd 1913. North face showing the complete series. Refs. Geol. Quantock Hills, p. 50, Mem. Geol. Surv. 1908, Geol. Mag. 1909 p160-5. Added note: Irregularly jointed rubbly red sandstone, Massive even bedded red sandstone, Dark between conglomerate splitting into impersistent even beds, Massive conglomerate with numerous pebbles of Carboniferous limestone which give the rock a grey tint, Upper sandstones Lower Keuper or Upper Bunter, Bunter Conglomerate.
GA006 P805219 Section in the Trias, Woolston Quarry near Williton. Minehead Excursion, June 24rd 1913. The lower part of the section showing the massive conglomerate.
GA006 P805220 Section in the Trias, Woolston Quarry near Williton. Minehead Excursion, June 24rd 1913. The lower part of the section showing the massive conglomerate with abundant pebbles of Carboniferous limestone many of which are fossiliferous.
GA006 P805221 Section in the Trias, Woolston Quarry near Williton. Minehead Excursion, June 24rd 1913. Section at the West end of the quarry showing nearly the full thickness of the conglomerate. Added note: Conglomerate, Sandstone.
GA006 P805222 Section in the Trias, Woolston Quarry near Williton. Minehead Excursion, June 24rd 1913. View looking East from the West end of the quarry.
GA006 P805223 Section in the Trias, Woolston Quarry near Williton. Minehead Excursion, June 24rd 1913. Bunter Conglomerate.
GA006 P805224 Section in the Trias, Woolston Quarry near Williton. Minehead Excursion, June 24rd 1913. Joints in the Bunter Conglomerate.