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SO7589 : Granite erratic, Dudmaston by Richard Webb Granite erratic, Dudmaston by Richard Webb
geograph for square SO7589
Tags: [top:Geological interest] [top:Rocks, Scree, Cliffs] [top:Woodland, Forest] [boulder] [erratic]
This monster boulder was not there when I surveyed the wood for orienteering in the 1990s. I expect it has been dragged from a nearby field. The granite here was... (more)
SO7490 : Granite erratics, Dudmaston by Richard Webb Granite erratics, Dudmaston by Richard Webb
for square SO7490
Tags: [top:Geological interest] [top:Rocks, Scree, Cliffs] [top:Woodland, Forest] [boulders] [erratics]
Some of the granite boulders scattered around the higher parts of the wood by an ice sheet and in some cases cleared from fields. The origin is probably the Solway... (more)
SO7489 : Granite erratic, Dudmaston by Richard Webb Granite erratic, Dudmaston by Richard Webb
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Tags: [top:Geological interest] [erratic]
There are many granite boulders in the woods at Dudmaston and many more have been cleared from farmland. Some were used as millstones. The origin has been quoted... (more)
NJ6100 : A view across fields to South Footie by Stanley Howe A view across fields to South Footie by Stanley Howe
geograph for square NJ6100
Tags: [top:Boundary, Barrier] [top:Farm, Fishery, Market Gardening] [postcode area:AB31] [field boundaries] [Fields] [Granite boulders] [place:Torphins] [view] [subject:view]
With intersecting field boundaries, seen from outside Crooktree. Pink granite erratic boulders off Ord Fundlie hill in foreground.
NC2654 : An erratic boulder lies where it was abandoned by melting ice 10,000 years ago by Alan Reid An erratic boulder lies where it was abandoned by melting ice 10,000 years ago by Alan Reid
geograph for square NC2654
Tags: [top:Moorland] [top:Rocks, Scree, Cliffs] [top:Uplands] [subject:glacial feature]
SH6972 : Glacial erratic boulder (2) by Jonathan Wilkins Glacial erratic boulder (2) by Jonathan Wilkins
geograph for square SH6972
Tags: [top:Geological interest] [top:Heath, Scrub] [top:Rocks, Scree, Cliffs] [top:Uplands] [subject:boulder]
Neat topiary of gorse covers the western slope of the un-named hill. This large boulder is a glacial erratic, and is obviously used for shelter by the sheep, who... (more)
SH6972 : Glacial erratic boulder (1) by Jonathan Wilkins Glacial erratic boulder (1) by Jonathan Wilkins
geograph for square SH6972
Tags: [top:Geological interest] [top:Rocks, Scree, Cliffs] [top:Uplands]
A large boulder lies partly buried on the gentle col between Garreg Fawr and a smaller hill to the south. My geograph assistants provide a scale. It appears to be... (more)
SP3274 : Erratic boulder, King’s Hill Farm by Robin Stott Erratic boulder, King’s Hill Farm by Robin Stott
geograph for square SP3274
Tags: [top:Farm, Fishery, Market Gardening] [top:Geological interest] [top:Lowlands] [near:Coventry] [postcode area:CV3] [farmland]
Private land. Inspected by Warwickshire Geological Conservation Group on a visit by permission of the landowner LinkExternal link
NY6096 : Deadwater Station by Andrew Curtis Deadwater Station by Andrew Curtis
geograph for square NY6096
Tags: [top:Farm, Fishery, Market Gardening] [top:Railways] [top:Uplands] [top:Woodland, Forest] [subject:railway building]
Deadwater Railway Station was opened to the public in 1880 by the North British Railway on the Border Counties line and was the last station in England travelling... (more)
SD6362 : Grey Stone, Goodber Common by Karl and Ali Grey Stone, Goodber Common by Karl and Ali
geograph for square SD6362
Tags: [top:Geological interest] [top:Moorland] [top:Rocks, Scree, Cliffs] [top:Uplands] [Fells] [Gritstone Boulder] [rough moorland] [walker]
The stone would appear to be a block of gritstone which has been moved to its location rather than an outcrop of bedrock - a glacial erratic perhaps. Due to a... (more)
NC3255 : Erratic boulders on Strath Dionard's moors by Alan Reid Erratic boulders on Strath Dionard's moors by Alan Reid
geograph for square NC3255
Tags: [top:Moorland] [top:Rocks, Scree, Cliffs] [top:Uplands] [subject:boulder]
NT6300 : The Kielder Stone by Andrew Curtis The Kielder Stone by Andrew Curtis
geograph for square NT6300
Tags: [top:Moorland] [top:Rocks, Scree, Cliffs] [top:Uplands] [subject:boulder]
The Kielder Stone (or 'Stane' as it is called on the Scottish side of the Border which it marks) is also known as the Girdle Stone or Rocking Stone. I... (more)
NH0769 : Ice borne rock on a wet moorland by Alpin Stewart Ice borne rock on a wet moorland by Alpin Stewart
geograph for square NH0769
Tags: [top:Moorland] [top:Rocks, Scree, Cliffs] [top:Uplands] [subject:rock]
I do not know enough of the geology of this area to be able to say if this is truly an erratic ("a rock or boulder that differs from the surrounding rock and... (more)
J2929 : Bracken and glacial erratics along the line of the Ulster Way by Eric Jones Bracken and glacial erratics along the line of the Ulster Way by Eric Jones
geograph for square J2929
Tags: [top:Geological interest] [top:Paths] [top:Uplands]
NG4935 : Odd rock by Richard Dorrell Odd rock by Richard Dorrell
geograph for square NG4935
Tags: [top:Geological interest] [erratic] [place:Isle of Skye] [subject:moorland] [subject:rock]
This unusual feature stands all alone amid acres of otherwise largely featureless moorland. Another view: NG4935 : Remarkable erratic.

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