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SH9477 : The Path Towards St Michael's Church by David Dixon The Path Towards St Michael's Church by David Dixon
geograph for square SH9477
Tags: [top:City, Town centre] [top:Historic sites and artefacts] [top:Paths] [top:Religious sites] [12th century] [cadw] [church] [Church in Wales] [clock] [footpath] [Grade II*] [listed building] [Norman] [camera:Panasonic DMC-G3] [Parish church] [Path] [place of religious worship] [railings] [tower] [twelfth century]
The footpath from Groes Lwyd to St Michael's Church is one of several narrow lanes and paths in the town. The parish church occupies the site of a church... (more)
NZ7805 : 17th Century packhorse bridge by Pauline E 17th Century packhorse bridge by Pauline E
geograph for square NZ7805
Tags: [top:Paths] [top:Rivers, Streams, Drainage] [period:17th century] [river:Esk (North Yorkshire)] [packhorse bridge]
Beggar's Bridge spans the River Esk and is now used as a footbridge only. The bridge is grade II* listed, and consists of a single, deep segmental arch... (more)
NZ7805 : River Esk flows under Beggar's Bridge by Pauline E River Esk flows under Beggar's Bridge by Pauline E
geograph for square NZ7805
Tags: [top:Paths] [top:Rivers, Streams, Drainage] [period:17th century] [river:Esk (North Yorkshire)] [packhorse bridge]
17th C packhorse bridge is now used as a footbridge only. The bridge is grade II* listed, and consists of a single, deep segmental arch constructed in... (more)
SH9477 : Eglwys y Plwyf Sant Mihangel, Abergele by David Dixon Eglwys y Plwyf Sant Mihangel, Abergele by David Dixon
geograph for square SH9477
Tags: [top:City, Town centre] [top:Historic sites and artefacts] [top:Religious sites] [12th century] [cadw] [church] [Church in Wales] [clock] [Grade II*] [listed building] [Norman] [camera:Panasonic DMC-G3] [place of religious worship] [tower] [twelfth century] [yew tree]
The parish church occupies the site of a church erected in the eighth century on land granted by Maelgwyn Gwynedd to Elfod, Bishop of Bangor. The Church is... (more)
SO2117 : View to Llangattock church by Gordon Hatton View to Llangattock church by Gordon Hatton
geograph for square SO2117
Tags: [top:Lowlands] [top:Religious sites] [top:Village, Rural settlement]
Seen from a footpath across a field, Llangattock church is dedicated to St Cattwg and has a 16thC sandstone tower.
SK5739 : Brewhouse Yard by Glyn Baker Brewhouse Yard by Glyn Baker
geograph for square SK5739
Category: Castle gate Tags: [top:Historic sites and artefacts] [top:Park and Public Gardens] [castle mound] [public house] [sandstone outcrop]
The gate is the entrance to SK5639 : The "Caves" Nottingham Castle where once goods were delivered from boats (the river was diverted long ago). the view is looking towards SK5739 : Ye Olde Trip To Jerusalem, Nottingham
SK5639 : View from The Castle Caves by Glyn Baker View from The Castle Caves by Glyn Baker
for square SK5639
Tags: [top:City, Town centre] [top:Historic sites and artefacts] [Castle] [sandstone outcrop]
After the English Civil War the roof of Nottingham Castle's supply tunnel SK5639 : The "Caves" Nottingham Castle was partially demolished to render the site less defensible.
SK5639 : The "Caves" Nottingham Castle by Glyn Baker The "Caves" Nottingham Castle by Glyn Baker
for square SK5639
Category: Tunnel Tags: [top:City, Town centre] [top:Historic sites and artefacts] [Castle] [sandstone] [Tunnel]
The "Caves" of Nottingham castle were supply tunnels that allowed goods to be brought into the Castle from the river that once flowed by SK5739 : Brewhouse Yard
SS4630 : Alpha Place off Green Lane, Appledore by Robin Stott Alpha Place off Green Lane, Appledore by Robin Stott
geograph for square SS4630
Tags: [top:Coastal] [top:Housing, Dwellings] [top:Village, Rural settlement] [place:appledore] [postcode area:EX39] [region:North Devon] [housing:terrace]
A well-kept terrace on an appreciable slope. Note the paving of stones worn smooth, and the coarse sandstone garden walls.
NO7967 : Old Red Sandstone by Anne Burgess Old Red Sandstone by Anne Burgess
geograph for square NO7967
Tags: [top:Coastal] [top:Geological interest]
Here at Johnshaven there is a unit of finer-grained sandstone, lying between the units of conglomerate that make up most of the foreshore here and to the north.
NO8067 : Johnshaven Foreshore by Anne Burgess Johnshaven Foreshore by Anne Burgess
geograph for square NO8067
Tags: [top:Coastal] [top:Geological interest]
These rocks on the foreshore at Johnshaven are Old Red Sandstones, but not the conglomerates that are the prevailing rock type along this shoreline.
NO8066 : Tidal Land by Anne Burgess Tidal Land by Anne Burgess
geograph for square NO8066
Tags: [top:Coastal] [top:Geological interest]
This shows most of the land in this square - seaweed-covered ridges of Old Red Sandstone conglomerate that are only exposed at low tide.
NO8066 : Conglomerate Channel by Anne Burgess Conglomerate Channel by Anne Burgess
geograph for square NO8066
Tags: [top:Coastal] [top:Geological interest]
A shallow channel between the ridges of Old Red Sandstone conglomerate at Johnshaven.
NO8066 : Seaweed and Rockpools by Anne Burgess Seaweed and Rockpools by Anne Burgess
geograph for square NO8066
Tags: [top:Coastal] [top:Geological interest]
This is one of these squares where there is only land at low tide. The rocks are Old Red Sandstone conglomerate, like most of the foreshore on this coast.
NO7966 : Channel through the Rocks by Anne Burgess Channel through the Rocks by Anne Burgess
geograph for square NO7966
Tags: [top:Coastal] [top:Geological interest]
Probably not deep enough for anything much bigger than a kayak, this is a low tide channel on the shore at Johnshaven. The rock is Old Red Sandstone conglomerate.
NO8168 : Storm Beach by Anne Burgess Storm Beach by Anne Burgess
geograph for square NO8168
Tags: [top:Coastal] [top:Geological interest]
Pabbles and cobbles piled up at the high tide mark by winter storms. To seaward is part of the shelf of Old Red Sandstone conglomerate that underlies the length of... (more)
NO8068 : Shore at Benholm by Anne Burgess Shore at Benholm by Anne Burgess
geograph for square NO8068
Tags: [top:Coastal] [top:Geological interest]
On the right is an expanse of seaweedy Old Red Sandstone conglomerate, formed about 400 million years ago (plus or minus about 90 million years) during the... (more)
NO8068 : Conglomerate Ridge by Anne Burgess Conglomerate Ridge by Anne Burgess
geograph for square NO8068
Tags: [top:Coastal] [top:Geological interest]
The rocks on the foreshore here are Old Red Sandstone conglomerate, formed in the Devonian period between 353 and 490 million years ago. In some places the rock is... (more)
NO8068 : Old Red Sandstone Conglomerate by Anne Burgess Old Red Sandstone Conglomerate by Anne Burgess
geograph for square NO8068
Tags: [top:Coastal] [top:Geological interest]
Much of this coast is made up of conglomerate. In the East of Scotland most of the conglomerate is Old Red Sandstone, formed in the Devonian period between 490 and... (more)
NO8167 : Foreshore with Seaweed by Anne Burgess Foreshore with Seaweed by Anne Burgess
geograph for square NO8167
Tags: [top:Coastal] [top:Geological interest]
This is one of those squares where the only land is foreshore exposed only at low tide, and you have to slither quite a long way across them to get into the... (more)
NO8167 : Slippery Shore by Anne Burgess Slippery Shore by Anne Burgess
geograph for square NO8167
Tags: [top:Coastal] [top:Geological interest]
This is one of those squares where the only land is foreshore exposed only at low tide, and you have to slither quite a long way across them to get into the... (more)
NO8067 : Foreshore at Lathallan by Anne Burgess Foreshore at Lathallan by Anne Burgess
geograph for square NO8067
Tags: [top:Coastal] [top:Geological interest]
This looks like a pebble beach but it is partly a unit of coarse Old Red Sandstone conglomerate, the dominant rock type along this part of the coast.
SJ8990 : Unity Inn by Gerald England Unity Inn by Gerald England
geograph for square SJ8990
Tags: [top:Business, Retail, Services] [top:Derelict, Disused] [former public house] [brewer:Robinsons]
The Unity Inn is a locally listed building. An early 19th century public house with an engaging well-designed front of circa 1888, it is characterised by finely... (more)
SH6969 : Rock falls  by Jonathan Wilkins Rock falls by Jonathan Wilkins
geograph for square SH6969
Tags: [top:Geological interest] [top:Rocks, Scree, Cliffs] [top:Uplands] [subject:rock]
From below in the Anafon Valley, Llwytmor appears to be crowned with a number of large craggy blocks not unlike a tumbled castle wall. Close-up it does not look... (more)
NJ1862 : Rough Shelter by Anne Burgess Rough Shelter by Anne Burgess
geograph for square NJ1862
Tags: [top:Geological interest] [top:Quarrying, Mining]
Not that this flimsy structure qould provide much protection from anything! The quarry exploited the red sandstone, apparently altered to pale gree here by lichens.
NJ1763 : Old Red Sandstone and New Red Sandstone by Anne Burgess Old Red Sandstone and New Red Sandstone by Anne Burgess
geograph for square NJ1763
Tags: [top:Geological interest]
The rubbly layers at the top of this face are New Red Sandstone, and the more solid-looking layers below are Old Red Sandstone. The plane where they meet is an... (more)
NJ1763 : Desert Dunes by Anne Burgess Desert Dunes by Anne Burgess
for square NJ1763
Tags: [top:Geological interest]
The sandstones in this rock face formed when what is now Scotland lay much closer to the Equator, in a desert climate. The sloping lines in the middle of this view... (more)
NS3678 : Old sandstone quarry by Lairich Rig Old sandstone quarry by Lairich Rig
geograph for square NS3678
Tags: [top:Derelict, Disused] [top:Quarrying, Mining] [subject:pit]
A hollow beside the road is now filled with gorse, but it was once a quarry pit, and it would have looked similar to the larger NS3678 : Old sandstone quarry located not far to the... (more)
TQ3227 : Balcombe Lag by Simon Carey Balcombe Lag by Simon Carey
geograph for square TQ3227
Category: Field
The name of the field according to Cuckfield's 1843 tithe map that is bounded by TQ3227 : Balcombe Field to the south, the Ouse valley Viaduct to the west, the River Ouse... (more)
TQ3227 : Balcombe Field by Simon Carey Balcombe Field by Simon Carey
geograph for square TQ3227
Category: Field
The name of the field according to Cuckfield's 1843 tithe map that is bounded by Borde Hill lane to the east, the Ouse valley Viaduct to the west, TQ3227 : Balcombe Lag... (more)

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