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SH7070 : Perched erratic boulders by Jonathan Wilkins Perched erratic boulders by Jonathan Wilkins
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Tags: [top:Geological interest] [top:Moorland] [top:Roads, Road transport] [top:Rocks, Scree, Cliffs] [top:Uplands] [subject:rock]
Large boulders that have tumbled down from outcrops at higher altitude remain perched high on the valley slope. It is possible that their descent was originally... (more)
NS3761 : The Clochoderick Stone by Richard Webb The Clochoderick Stone by Richard Webb
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Tags: [top:Geological interest] [top:Rocks, Scree, Cliffs] [boulder] [erratic]
A huge igneous erratic.
TM3896 : St Margaret's church interior by David Purchase St Margaret's church interior by David Purchase
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Tags: [top:Religious sites] [church:Church of England]
TM3896 : St Margaret's church doorway by David Purchase St Margaret's church doorway by David Purchase
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Tags: [top:Religious sites] [church:Church of England]
TM3896 : St Margaret's church, Hales by David Purchase St Margaret's church, Hales by David Purchase
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Tags: [top:Religious sites] [subject:church] [church:Church of England]
SD7173 : Limestone erratic by the track to Crina Bottom by Bill Boaden Limestone erratic by the track to Crina Bottom by Bill Boaden
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Tags: [top:Paths] [top:Rocks, Scree, Cliffs] [top:Uplands]
Heading towards Ingleborough which is now in view.
NS3700 : Boulders Near Knockoner Burn by Mary and Angus Hogg Boulders Near Knockoner Burn by Mary and Angus Hogg
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Tags: [top:Moorland] [top:Rivers, Streams, Drainage] [top:Rocks, Scree, Cliffs] [top:Uplands]
This heap of boulders probably comes from agricultural improvement work to free up some of the land from the glacial erratics that are so common here. It would be... (more)
NS3700 : Erratic on Knockcronal by Mary and Angus Hogg Erratic on Knockcronal by Mary and Angus Hogg
geograph for square NS3700
Tags: [top:Farm, Fishery, Market Gardening] [top:Geological interest] [top:Moorland] [top:Uplands] [erratic]
The boulder in the foreground is an erratic, deposited by the ice sheets during the last glaciation. There are lots of examples in this area.
NS3700 : Back Fell View by Mary and Angus Hogg Back Fell View by Mary and Angus Hogg
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Tags: [top:Farm, Fishery, Market Gardening] [top:Geological interest] [top:Moorland] [top:Uplands] [view]
Looking towards Back Fell with Knockcronal showing on the far left. The boulder in the foreground is an erratic, dumped by ice sheets during the last glaciation.... (more)
NS3700 : Towards Big Benyaw by Mary and Angus Hogg Towards Big Benyaw by Mary and Angus Hogg
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Tags: [top:Farm, Fishery, Market Gardening] [top:Geological interest] [top:Moorland] [top:Uplands]
The distinctive shape of Big Benyaw viewed in mid-March. The boulder in the foreground is an erratic, dumped by ice sheets during the last glaciation.
NY5737 : Long Meg and Her Daughters by Ian Taylor Long Meg and Her Daughters by Ian Taylor
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Tags: [top:Historic sites and artefacts] [Long Meg & Her Daughters] [subject:stone circle]
Long Meg is just visible - the upright stone in the distance at extreme left.
NY5737 : Some of Long Meg's daughters by Ian Taylor Some of Long Meg's daughters by Ian Taylor
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Tags: [top:Historic sites and artefacts] [Long Meg & Her Daughters] [subject:stone circle]
A similar view to Oliver Dixon's late September photo NY5737 : Some of Long Meg's daughters.
SH7572 : Old field wall by Jonathan Wilkins Old field wall by Jonathan Wilkins
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Tags: [top:Farm, Fishery, Market Gardening] [top:Grassland] [top:Uplands] [top:Woodland, Forest] [subject:wall]
Walls in the fields here were made with the abundant glacial-erratic boulders which used to litter the level floor of the valley. By dragging the boulders to the... (more)
SH6871 : Eroding till by Jonathan Wilkins Eroding till by Jonathan Wilkins
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Tags: [top:Geological interest] [top:Rivers, Streams, Drainage] [top:Rocks, Scree, Cliffs] [top:Uplands]
When viewed from above (SH6871 : Meanders and erosion), the erosion of the thick glacial deposits (till) is obvious, but it is necessary to approach more closely to appreciate the... (more)
SH6871 : Glacially-derived boulders by Jonathan Wilkins Glacially-derived boulders by Jonathan Wilkins
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Tags: [top:Geological interest] [top:Rivers, Streams, Drainage] [top:Rocks, Scree, Cliffs] [top:Uplands] [subject:glacial feature]
The river has been busily eroding the thick layer of glacial deposits (till) on the floor of the valley, and carrying away all the finer material. The remnants are... (more)

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