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NC7453 : Erratic on the moor with rowan tree growing from it by John Ferguson Erratic on the moor with rowan tree growing from it by John Ferguson
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Tags: [top:Moorland] [top:Rocks, Scree, Cliffs] [top:Uplands]
NG4720 : A scattering of erratics by David Medcalf A scattering of erratics by David Medcalf
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Tags: [top:Geological interest] [top:Lakes, Wetland, Bog] [top:Rocks, Scree, Cliffs] [top:Uplands]
The light is just right [mid-morning] for the shadows to emphasise the irregularity of the erratic boulders by Coruisk.
SN7714 : Dorwen standing stone - or stones by Nigel Davies Dorwen standing stone - or stones by Nigel Davies
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Tags: [top:Historic sites and artefacts] [top:Moorland] [top:Uplands] [subject:standing stone]
The obvious Dorwen Standing Stone is quite diminutive, barely rising above the reeds that grow next to it. Beyond it to the south-east is a lower stone that could... (more)
NM3799 : Impressive erratic by Russel Wills Impressive erratic by Russel Wills
geograph for square NM3799
Tags: [top:Moorland] [top:Rocks, Scree, Cliffs] [top:Uplands] [subject:rock]
Beside the Kinloch to Kilmory track. Looking down Kinloch Glen.
NY6011 : Shap granite boulder by the Coast-to-Coast by Karl and Ali Shap granite boulder by the Coast-to-Coast by Karl and Ali
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Tags: [top:Geological interest] [top:Moorland] [top:Paths] [top:Rocks, Scree, Cliffs] [top:Uplands] [long distance path:Coast to Coast Walk] [erratic boulder] [granite boulder]
This massive erratic boulder is a prominent landmark on the route. It is surprising that it wasn't incorporated into one of the antiquities on the fell... (more)
NY6009 : Thunder Stone, Howe Nook by Karl and Ali Thunder Stone, Howe Nook by Karl and Ali
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Tags: [top:Farm, Fishery, Market Gardening] [top:Geological interest] [top:Grassland] [top:Rocks, Scree, Cliffs] [top:Uplands] [erratic boulder] [Farm] [granite boulder] [pastureland]
The stone is a huge boulder of Shap granite incorporated into the drystone wall beside the cattle grid. It is one of numerous 'Thunder Stones' in the locality.
TM0051 : The Wattisham Stone, a glacial erratic? by Adrian S Pye The Wattisham Stone, a glacial erratic? by Adrian S Pye
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Tags: [top:Historic sites and artefacts] [top:Village, Rural settlement]
Wattisham Stone is a hamlet named after this lump of sandstone.
SJ6088 : Glacial Erratic by Sue Adair Glacial Erratic by Sue Adair
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Tags: [top:Historic sites and artefacts] [top:Rocks, Scree, Cliffs] [subject:glacial feature]
A glacial erratic is a piece of rock that differs from the size and type of rock native to the area in which it rests, this large boulder was carried by ice to... (more)
NY5822 : Glacial erratic above Greengill Sike by Karl and Ali Glacial erratic above Greengill Sike by Karl and Ali
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Tags: [top:Geological interest] [top:Grassland] [top:Lowlands] [top:Paths] [top:Rocks, Scree, Cliffs] [erratic boulder] [public footpath] [walker]
A massive boulder of what appears to be Lake District rock (Borrowdale Volcanic type?) is embedded in the soil by the sike.
NM3023 : Coastal Argyll : Split Rock On Fionnphort Beach by Richard West Coastal Argyll : Split Rock On Fionnphort Beach by Richard West
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Tags: [top:Coastal] [top:Estuary, Marine] [top:Lowlands] [top:Rocks, Scree, Cliffs] [subject:boulder] [boulder] [erratic boulder] [Granite boulders]
Split by explosives prior to intended removal (which did not go ahead).
NM0248 : The Ringing Stone by Gordon Hatton The Ringing Stone by Gordon Hatton
geograph for square NM0248
Tags: [top:Coastal] [top:Estuary, Marine] [top:Geological interest] [top:Historic sites and artefacts] [top:Islands]
An excellent example of a glacial erratic, most likely from Rum, some 35 miles away. The stone is true to its name as it gives a distinct metallic 'ring'... (more)
NL9340 : Perched boulder, Mullach Mor by Gordon Hatton Perched boulder, Mullach Mor by Gordon Hatton
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Tags: [top:Coastal] [top:Geological interest] [top:Islands] [top:Rocks, Scree, Cliffs]
Boulder perched on top of smaller stones. This must be a glacial erratic as it certainly could not have rolled downhill to this point.
NN7015 : Road in Glen Artney by Richard Webb Road in Glen Artney by Richard Webb
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Tags: [top:Farm, Fishery, Market Gardening] [top:Geological interest] [top:Roads, Road transport] [top:Rocks, Scree, Cliffs] [boulder] [erratic]
The upper part of the public road in Glen Artney. There is an erratic boulder on the right.
TL5966 : Glacial Erratic - Burwell by Ashley Dace Glacial Erratic - Burwell by Ashley Dace
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Tags: [top:Rocks, Scree, Cliffs]
Very rounded sandy stone. Evidence of ice many years ago.
NC2557 : Perched but not erratic by Alan Reid Perched but not erratic by Alan Reid
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Tags: [top:Rocks, Scree, Cliffs] [top:Uplands]
Rocks in Northwest Sutherland.

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