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NR9452 : Rock fall by Jonathan Wilkins Rock fall by Jonathan Wilkins
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Tags: [top:Coastal] [top:Geological interest] [top:Rocks, Scree, Cliffs] [type:Geograph] [subject:geological feature]
Huge blocks of the Brodick Breccia lie below the crumbling cliffs at Scriodan. Part of the problem of instability is that the beds dip seaward, as can be seen in the red... (more)
NR9452 : Dyke intruding Permian strata by Jonathan Wilkins Dyke intruding Permian strata by Jonathan Wilkins
geograph for square NR9452
Tags: [top:Coastal] [top:Estuary, Marine] [top:Geological interest] [top:Rocks, Scree, Cliffs] [type:Geograph] [subject:geological feature]
Bright red sandstones on the beach here are even younger than the sediments forming the strata above Hutton's Unconformity, but cannot be seen in contact with older... (more)
SD6547 : Burholme Bridge by Russel Wills Burholme Bridge by Russel Wills
geograph for square SD6547
Tags: [top:Grassland] [top:Lowlands] [top:Rivers, Streams, Drainage] [subject:bridge] [type:Geograph]
'Bridge over the River Hodder, late C18th. Sandstone ashlar. 2 elliptical arches with triangular cutwaters and a solid parapet with string course and weathered... (more)
SD6393 : Beneath the Lune Viaduct by Tim Heaton Beneath the Lune Viaduct by Tim Heaton
geograph for square SD6393
Tags: [top:Construction, Development] [top:Railways] [Dales Way] [type:Geograph]
A Grade II* listed structure of cast iron supported by 'punch-dressed' red sandstone (the beautiful Permo-Triassic, 'new' red sandstone). Built in... (more)
NR9351 : Kinnesswood Formation outcrop by Jonathan Wilkins Kinnesswood Formation outcrop by Jonathan Wilkins
geograph for square NR9351
Tags: [top:Coastal] [top:Geological interest] [top:Rocks, Scree, Cliffs] [type:Geograph] [subject:rock]
In this area the rocks at the shore comprise tilted sandstones and limestones of Devonian to Carboniferous age. The limestone shows the pock-marked surface which is... (more)
SJ9722 : Obelisk at Tixall by Mat Fascione Obelisk at Tixall by Mat Fascione
geograph for square SJ9722
Tags: [top:Historic sites and artefacts] [top:Roads, Road transport] [type:Geograph] [subject:monument] [obelisk] [road junction]
This sandstone obelisk dated 1776 sits on a grass triangle where the road from Stafford meets the road from Milford.
SD4061 : Rock-cut graves, St Patrick's Chapel, Heysham by Karl and Ali Rock-cut graves, St Patrick's Chapel, Heysham by Karl and Ali
geograph for square SD4061
Tags: [top:Burial ground, Crematorium] [top:Coastal] [top:Derelict, Disused] [top:Estuary, Marine] [top:Historic sites and artefacts] [top:Religious sites] [top:Rocks, Scree, Cliffs] [type:Geograph] [place:Morecambe Bay] [rock-cut grave] [sandstone outcrop]
A rather macabre feature overlooking the families enjoying the warmth of an August afternoon. Black Combe, at the southern edge of the Lake District is just visible in... (more)
SO5039 : Hereford Wye Bridge by Russel Wills Hereford Wye Bridge by Russel Wills
geograph for square SO5039
Tags: [top:Historic sites and artefacts] [top:Lowlands] [top:Rivers, Streams, Drainage] [top:Roads, Road transport] [top:Suburb, Urban fringe] [subject:bridge] [type:Geograph]
Viewed from the top of the Cathedral Tower. It crosses the river near the SW end of the town. Of sandstone rubble faced with ashlar. Rebuilt and widened in 1826, much... (more)
SD4457 : St Helen's Church, Overton by Karl and Ali St Helen's Church, Overton by Karl and Ali
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Tags: [top:Burial ground, Crematorium] [top:Historic sites and artefacts] [top:Lowlands] [top:Religious sites] [top:Village, Rural settlement] [period:12th century] [type:Geograph] [period:medieval] [parish church and graveyard] [Village church]
Parts of this lovely little sandstone church date back to the 12th Century LinkExternal link
SD4356 : The Lune estuary at Bazil Point by Karl and Ali The Lune estuary at Bazil Point by Karl and Ali
geograph for square SD4356
Tags: [top:Coastal] [top:Estuary, Marine] [top:Rocks, Scree, Cliffs] [type:Geograph] [estuary:Lune] [river:Lune] [sandstone outcrop]
Looking almost Mediterranean today under blue skies and 22 degrees C.
NN7004 : Caldron Linn, upper fall by johnalbiston Caldron Linn, upper fall by johnalbiston
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Tags: [top:Geological interest] [top:Rivers, Streams, Drainage] [top:Woodland, Forest] [type:Cross Grid] [subject:waterfall]
The upper of the 2 waterfalls marked at Caldron Linn on the Annet Burn (Height 4m). Here the river here cuts a pleasant gorge 10m deep through the Old Red Sandstone as it... (more)
TQ1823 : Pond near Site of Sunt Farm by Simon Carey Pond near Site of Sunt Farm by Simon Carey
geograph for square TQ1823
Category: Pond Tags: [type:Geograph]
Located to the immediate east of the former farm yard, see TQ1823 : Site of Sunt Farm which had disappeared sometime during the 1960s. To the south is TQ1823 : Barn Field/Five Acres whilst to the north is... (more)
NY5228 : St Wilfrid's Chapel, Brougham Hall by David Dixon St Wilfrid's Chapel, Brougham Hall by David Dixon
geograph for square NY5228
Tags: [top:Country estates] [top:Historic sites and artefacts] [top:Religious sites] [17th Century] [bellcote] [chapel] [church] [Church of England] [English Heritage] [type:Geograph] [Grade II(star)] [Historic England] [listed building] [camera:panasonic DMC-G7] [place of religious worship] [seventeenth century]
This chapel was rebuilt in 1658 on the site of an earlier mediæval chapel for Lady Anne Clifford when she inherited the Brougham Estate. It is a simple low building, with... (more)
NY5228 : Chapel of St Wilfrid, Brougham Hall by David Dixon Chapel of St Wilfrid, Brougham Hall by David Dixon
geograph for square NY5228
Tags: [top:Country estates] [top:Historic sites and artefacts] [top:Village, Rural settlement] [17th Century] [bellcote] [chapel] [church] [Church of England] [English Heritage] [type:Geograph] [Grade II(star)] [Historic England] [listed building] [camera:panasonic DMC-G7] [place of religious worship] [seventeenth century]
This chapel was rebuilt in 1658 on the site of an earlier mediæval chapel for Lady Anne Clifford when she inherited the Brougham Estate. It is a simple low building, with... (more)
NY5329 : Bridges over the Eamont by David Dixon Bridges over the Eamont by David Dixon
geograph for square NY5329
Tags: [top:Historic sites and artefacts] [top:Rivers, Streams, Drainage] [top:Uplands] [19th century] [arched] [arches] [bridge] [English Heritage] [type:Geograph] [Grade II] [hills] [Historic England] [listed building] [nineteenth century] [camera:panasonic DMC-G7] [River] [river:River Eamont]
The top of Brougham Castle affords wide views of the surrounding countryside. This view is looking to the east towards the two bridges over the River Eamont. Brougham... (more)
NY5329 : Brougham Castle Bridge by David Dixon Brougham Castle Bridge by David Dixon
geograph for square NY5329
Tags: [top:Historic sites and artefacts] [top:Rivers, Streams, Drainage] [19th century] [arched] [arches] [bridge] [English Heritage] [type:Geograph] [Grade II] [Historic England] [listed building] [nineteenth century] [camera:panasonic DMC-G7] [River] [river:River Eamont]
Built in 1812, across the River Eamont, former boundary between westmorland and Cumberland. It is of Red sandstone and has three segmental arches and one small arch for... (more)
SJ8869 : Milestone at the Harrington Arms (2) by Alan Murray-Rust Milestone at the Harrington Arms (2) by Alan Murray-Rust
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Tags: [top:Historic sites and artefacts] [top:Roads, Road transport] [type:Detail] [milestone] [building material:sandstone]
This reads 'To Congleton 5 Miles To Macc(l)esfld 3 Miles' See LinkExternal link for location.
SJ8869 : Milestone at the Harrington Arms (1) by Alan Murray-Rust Milestone at the Harrington Arms (1) by Alan Murray-Rust
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Tags: [top:Historic sites and artefacts] [top:Roads, Road transport] [type:Detail] [milestone] [building material:sandstone]
Although sited alongside the former Congleton to Macclesfield turnpike road, this appears to have been moved from its original position. Maps show the milestone with the... (more)
SJ8869 : Church of St James the Great, Gawsworth by Alan Murray-Rust Church of St James the Great, Gawsworth by Alan Murray-Rust
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Tags: [top:Historic sites and artefacts] [top:Religious sites] [top:Village, Rural settlement] [date:1480] [period:15th century] [church tower] [type:Cross Grid] [Grade I listed] [Parish church] [building material:sandstone]
The tower, built in 1480 of local red sandstone, is just over 100 feet high.
SJ5053 : Sand and sandstone, Bickerton Hill by Jim Barton Sand and sandstone, Bickerton Hill by Jim Barton
geograph for square SJ5053
Tags: [top:Heath, Scrub] [top:Paths] [type:Geograph] [sandstone] [long distance path:Sandstone Trail]
Soft red sandstone and a carpeting of sand on the path here.
SJ4952 : Maiden Castle hill fort (2) by Jim Barton Maiden Castle hill fort (2) by Jim Barton
geograph for square SJ4952
Tags: [top:Heath, Scrub] [top:Historic sites and artefacts] [type:Geograph] [iron age hill fort] [long distance path:Sandstone Trail]
From the southern point of the fort area - the boulder houses an information panel about this Iron Age site.
SJ4952 : Maiden Castle hill fort by Jim Barton Maiden Castle hill fort by Jim Barton
geograph for square SJ4952
Tags: [top:Heath, Scrub] [top:Historic sites and artefacts] [top:Paths] [type:Geograph] [iron age hill fort] [long distance path:Sandstone Trail]
An Iron Age fort once occupied this part of Bickerton Hill, which is now being restored as lowland heath by the National Trust.
SJ5053 : Waymarks on the Sandstone Trail, Bickerton Hill by Jim Barton Waymarks on the Sandstone Trail, Bickerton Hill by Jim Barton
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Tags: [top:Paths] [type:Detail] [long distance path:Sandstone Trail] [waymarks]
SJ4953 : Brown Knowl from Bickerton Hill by Jim Barton Brown Knowl from Bickerton Hill by Jim Barton
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Tags: [top:Village, Rural settlement] [type:Cross Grid] [view of village]
The village seen from the Sandstone Trail, with the distinctive Methodist church on the left - see SJ4953 : Brown Knowl Methodist Church.
SJ5053 : Northwards from Bickerton Hill by Jim Barton Northwards from Bickerton Hill by Jim Barton
geograph for square SJ5053
Tags: [top:Grassland] [top:Housing, Dwellings] [farmland] [type:Geograph] [view across valley]
An extensive view opens out across the plain of the River Dee from the edge of the sandstone escarpment.
SJ5053 : On the Sandstone Trail, Bickerton Hill by Jim Barton On the Sandstone Trail, Bickerton Hill by Jim Barton
geograph for square SJ5053
Tags: [top:Paths] [top:Woodland, Forest] [type:Geograph] [long distance path:Sandstone Trail] [woodland path]
A pleasant ascent in woodlands leads to the escarpment with fine views to the north.
SJ5482 : The Kneeling Monk, Medieval Herb Garden, Norton Priory, Cheshire by Matt Harrop The Kneeling Monk, Medieval Herb Garden, Norton Priory, Cheshire by Matt Harrop
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Tags: [top:Historic sites and artefacts] [top:People, Events] [top:Religious sites] [top:Village, Rural settlement] [type:Detail] [subject:Sculpture]
The Kneeling Monk sculpture, in Scottish red sandstone, by Thomas Dagnall overlooks the medieval herb gardens at Norton Priory. The present garden at Norton Priory was... (more)
NX0054 : Portpatrick Parish Church by David Dixon Portpatrick Parish Church by David Dixon
geograph for square NX0054
Tags: [top:Historic sites and artefacts] [top:Religious sites] [top:Village, Rural settlement] [19th century] [church] [Church of Scotland] [church tower] [type:Geograph] [Gothic] [nineteenth century] [camera:panasonic DMC-G7] [Parish church] [place of religious worship] [Victorian]
A Gothic-style, rectangular-plan church with a crenelated tower. It is built of dark local whinstone with pale sandstone dressings, 1840-42... (more)
NY6423 : The Eden flowing under the sandstone bridge near Bolton by Des Colhoun The Eden flowing under the sandstone bridge near Bolton by Des Colhoun
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Tags: [top:Rivers, Streams, Drainage] [subject:bridge] [type:Geograph]
Today this area is lush;the insect life and variation in flora is staggering.
NT8170 : Marly Brae by Anne Burgess Marly Brae by Anne Burgess
geograph for square NT8170
Tags: [top:Coastal] [type:Geograph]
This is the stretch of coast just east of Siccar Point. It is more interesting when the tide is out and more of the rocks can be seen! I imagine that the name 'Marly... (more)

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