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SE1337 : Sandstone Lion "War" outside Saltaire Institute by David Dixon Sandstone Lion "War" outside Saltaire Institute by David Dixon
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Tags: [top:Historic sites and artefacts] [top:Village, Rural settlement] [19th century] [English Heritage] [Grade II*] [lion] [listed building] [nineteenth century] [camera:Panasonic DMC-G3] [Saltaire Model Village] [sandstone] [Victorian]
The Sandstone Lion "War", by Thomas Milnes, was installed in 1869. It is one of a pair (with Peace) outside SE1337 : Victoria Hall (formerly Saltaire Institute). See also SE1337 : Sandstone Lion "Peace" outside Saltaire Institute.
SE1337 : Sandstone Lion "Peace" outside Saltaire Institute by David Dixon Sandstone Lion "Peace" outside Saltaire Institute by David Dixon
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Tags: [top:Historic sites and artefacts] [top:Village, Rural settlement] [19th century] [English Heritage] [Grade II*] [lion] [listed building] [nineteenth century] [camera:Panasonic DMC-G3] [Saltaire Model Village] [sandstone] [Shipley College] [Victorian]
The Sandstone Lion "Peace", by Thomas Milnes, was installed in 1869. It is one of a pair (with War) outside SE1337 : Victoria Hall (formerly Saltaire Institute). See also SE1337 : Sandstone Lion "War" outside Saltaire Institute.
SN7687 : Drosgol across Nant-y-moch reservoir by Rudi Winter Drosgol across Nant-y-moch reservoir by Rudi Winter
geograph for square SN7687
Tags: [top:Energy infrastructure] [top:Geological interest] [top:Lakes, Wetland, Bog] [top:Moorland] [top:Paths] [top:Uplands] [subject:hill]
If the dam of Nant-y-moch reservoir [1] was some ten metres taller, Drosgol would be an island. As it is, it is a peninsula on the northern shore of the... (more)
SP2872 : Abbey Fields lake, Kenilworth, looking east to the swimming pool and the abbey ruins by Robin Stott Abbey Fields lake, Kenilworth, looking east to the swimming pool and the abbey ruins by Robin Stott
geograph for square SP2872
Tags: [top:City, Town centre] [top:Lakes, Wetland, Bog] [top:Lowlands] [top:Park and Public Gardens] [park:Abbey Fields] [postcode area:CV8] [place:Kenilworth] [Lake] [marginal vegetation] [public open space]
Reedmace and Great Pond Sedge fringe the lake.
SP2872 : Expanse of Reedmace, west end of Abbey Fields lake, Kenilworth by Robin Stott Expanse of Reedmace, west end of Abbey Fields lake, Kenilworth by Robin Stott
geograph for square SP2872
Tags: [top:City, Town centre] [top:Lakes, Wetland, Bog] [top:Lowlands] [top:Park and Public Gardens] [park:Abbey Fields] [postcode area:CV8] [place:Kenilworth] [Lake] [marginal vegetation] [public open space] [plant:reed mace]
The scientific name of broadleaved reedmace is Typha latifolia. Exits from the park can be seen; the lead to Castle Road, A452.
SP2872 : Greater Pond Sedge, Carex riparia, Abbey Fields lake, Kenilworth by Robin Stott Greater Pond Sedge, Carex riparia, Abbey Fields lake, Kenilworth by Robin Stott
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Tags: [top:City, Town centre] [top:Lakes, Wetland, Bog] [top:Lowlands] [top:Park and Public Gardens] [park:Abbey Fields] [postcode area:CV8] [place:Kenilworth] [Lake] [marginal vegetation] [public open space] [plant:sedge]
In full flower, 19 April.
SP2872 : Greater Pond Sedge, north bank of Abbey Fields lake, Kenilworth by Robin Stott Greater Pond Sedge, north bank of Abbey Fields lake, Kenilworth by Robin Stott
geograph for square SP2872
Tags: [top:City, Town centre] [top:Lakes, Wetland, Bog] [top:Lowlands] [top:Park and Public Gardens] [park:Abbey Fields] [postcode area:CV8] [place:Kenilworth] [Lake] [marginal vegetation] [public open space]
A large, robust and distinctive sedge, scientific name Carex riparia; in older books the name is Great Marsh Sedge.
SP2872 : Vegetation at the east end of the lake, Abbey Fields, Kenilworth by Robin Stott Vegetation at the east end of the lake, Abbey Fields, Kenilworth by Robin Stott
geograph for square SP2872
Tags: [top:City, Town centre] [top:Lakes, Wetland, Bog] [top:Lowlands] [top:Park and Public Gardens] [park:Abbey Fields] [postcode area:CV8] [place:Kenilworth] [Lake] [marginal vegetation] [public open space]
In the left foreground is Common Reed, Phragmites australis. At the water's edge is Greater Pond Sedge, Carex riparia, in flower. The slender trees are young... (more)
SP2872 : Kenilworth Abbey trail, dormitory plaque, Abbey Fields, Kenilworth by Robin Stott Kenilworth Abbey trail, dormitory plaque, Abbey Fields, Kenilworth by Robin Stott
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Tags: [top:City, Town centre] [top:Historic sites and artefacts] [top:Lowlands] [top:Park and Public Gardens] [park:Abbey Fields] [former:Augustinian Abbey] [postcode area:CV8] [interpretive panel] [place:Kenilworth] [public open space]
TQ5846 : The Moat by N Chadwick The Moat by N Chadwick
geograph for square TQ5846
Tags: [top:Boundary, Barrier] [top:Defence, Military] [top:Water resources]
TQ5846 : The Motte by N Chadwick The Motte by N Chadwick
geograph for square TQ5846
Tags: [top:Defence, Military] [top:Historic sites and artefacts]
NY4517 : Boundary stone, Loadpot Hill by Karl and Ali Boundary stone, Loadpot Hill by Karl and Ali
geograph for square NY4517
Tags: [top:Boundary, Barrier] [top:Moorland] [top:Uplands] [estate boundary stone] [Fells] [parish boundary stone]
An unmarked stone just south of the summit. Interestingly, the upright is made from a non-native fine-grained sandstone rather than the local volcanic rock which... (more)
SD9298 : Hillside sheep by Gordon Hatton Hillside sheep by Gordon Hatton
geograph for square SD9298
Tags: [top:Farm, Fishery, Market Gardening] [top:Grassland] [top:Lowlands]
This flock of Swaledales have chosen the sweeter limestone pastures on this hillside above Ivelet Heads. Just below them the ground changes to poorer grasses and... (more)
SP0596 : Underfoot, former Barr Beacon Quarry by Robin Stott Underfoot, former Barr Beacon Quarry by Robin Stott
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Tags: [top:Geological interest] [top:Lowlands] [top:Suburb, Urban fringe] [near:Aldridge] [Bunter pebbles] [photo:detail] [former:quarry] [near:Sutton Coldfield] [near:Walsall] [postcode area:WS9]
On the right is a chunk of tree stem left behind from scrub clearance by volunteers from the Black Country Geological Society. On the left is a broken Bunter... (more)
SP0596 : Signs of past events at the former Barr Beacon Quarry by Robin Stott Signs of past events at the former Barr Beacon Quarry by Robin Stott
geograph for square SP0596
Tags: [top:Geological interest] [top:Lowlands] [top:Suburb, Urban fringe] [near:Aldridge] [former:quarry] [near:Sutton Coldfield] [near:Walsall] [postcode area:WS9]
From the top, erosion of the overlying Kidderminster Conglomerate, top, has sent a slew of Bunter pebbles down the slope, lower right. A chunk of the Bridgnorth... (more)
SP0596 : Visiting the former Barr Beacon Quarry by Robin Stott Visiting the former Barr Beacon Quarry by Robin Stott
geograph for square SP0596
Tags: [top:Geological interest] [top:Heath, Scrub] [top:Lowlands] [top:Suburb, Urban fringe] [near:Aldridge] [power lines] [former:quarry] [near:Sutton Coldfield] [near:Walsall] [postcode area:WS9]
Guided by members of the Black Country Geological Society, a group from the Warwickshire Geological Conservation Group inspects the quarry, cleared of scrub by... (more)
NT6778 : Small door, Dunbar by Richard Webb Small door, Dunbar by Richard Webb
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Tags: [top:City, Town centre]
Well weathered sandstone.
SY1287 : Strengthening the cliff, River Sid, Sidmouth by David Smith Strengthening the cliff, River Sid, Sidmouth by David Smith
geograph for square SY1287
Tags: [top:Construction, Development] [top:Paths] [top:Rivers, Streams, Drainage] [subject:construction]
Workmen reinforcing the sandstone cliff below a footpath at the mouth of the River Sid
SY1287 : Sandstone cliff by the River Sid by David Smith Sandstone cliff by the River Sid by David Smith
geograph for square SY1287
Tags: [top:Paths] [top:Rivers, Streams, Drainage] [top:Suburb, Urban fringe] [subject:river]
Close to the mouth of the river, it is constrained to flow between the wall (and footpath) and the cliff
SO9189 : Churchyard wall, St Marks, Vicarage Lane, Pensnett by Robin Stott Churchyard wall, St Marks, Vicarage Lane, Pensnett by Robin Stott
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Tags: [top:Boundary, Barrier] [top:Lowlands] [top:Suburb, Urban fringe] [region:Black Country] [photo:detail] [near:Dudley] [postcode area:DY5] [place:Pensnett] [wall:stone]
Built of sandstone of the Carboniferous period; heavily tooled blocks topped by a relatively smooth pointed coping.
NY4057 : St Michael's Church, Stanwix by Jimmy Hill St Michael's Church, Stanwix by Jimmy Hill
geograph for square NY4057
Tags: [top:Burial ground, Crematorium] [top:Lowlands] [top:Religious sites] [place:Carlisle] [church] [Grade II* Listed Building] [St Michael s Church] [place:Stanwix]
The present church was erected in 1841 to accommodate the growing population of the parish. It is a Grade II listed building in sandstone, with some interesting... (more)
SH6956 : Megaripples in sandstone by Jonathan Wilkins Megaripples in sandstone by Jonathan Wilkins
geograph for square SH6956
Tags: [top:Geological interest] [top:Rocks, Scree, Cliffs] [top:Uplands] [subject:rock]
Sandstones are abundant between volcanic deposits of the Llewelyn Volcanic Group (Ordovician, Caradoc, ca. 540 million years). Here, sands representing the... (more)
SH6956 : Stranded rock by Jonathan Wilkins Stranded rock by Jonathan Wilkins
geograph for square SH6956
Tags: [top:Geological interest] [top:Rocks, Scree, Cliffs] [top:Uplands] [subject:rock]
An isolated outcrop of the bedded sandstones which form the slope of the valley has a remnant block perched on top. It is suggested that this is a peri-glacial... (more)
NS8537 : Broken Cross open cast by Richard Webb Broken Cross open cast by Richard Webb
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Tags: [top:Geological interest] [top:Quarrying, Mining]
What do the rocks look like beneath our feet? Well if you live on coal measures, something like this. Layers of sandstone, limestone and coal tell the tale of... (more)
SD8538 : Warehouse on the Leeds and Liverpool Canal at Nelson by David Dixon Warehouse on the Leeds and Liverpool Canal at Nelson by David Dixon
geograph for square SD8538
Tags: [top:Canals] [top:City, Town centre] [top:Historic sites and artefacts] [top:Industry] [19th century] [canal] [canopy] [crane] [English Heritage] [Grade II] [industrial heritage] [canal:Leeds and Liverpool] [listed building] [nineteenth century] [camera:Panasonic Lumix TZ60] [Victorian] [warehouse]
This canal warehouse, dating from ca 1876, was one of 9 new warehouses built for the Leeds-Liverpool Canal Company between 1874 and 1879 at various places between... (more)
SD8538 : Leeds and Liverpool Canal Warehouse, Nelson by David Dixon Leeds and Liverpool Canal Warehouse, Nelson by David Dixon
geograph for square SD8538
Tags: [top:Canals] [top:Historic sites and artefacts] [top:Industry] [19th century] [canal] [canopy] [English Heritage] [Grade II] [industrial heritage] [canal:Leeds and Liverpool] [listed building] [nineteenth century] [camera:Panasonic DMC-G3] [Victorian] [warehouse]
This canal warehouse, dating from ca1876, was one of nine new warehouses built for the Leeds-Liverpool Canal Company between 1874 and 1879 at various places... (more)
NG8747 : Exposed sandstone, Slios Meall na Saobhaidhe by Alpin Stewart Exposed sandstone, Slios Meall na Saobhaidhe by Alpin Stewart
geograph for square NG8747
Tags: [top:Rocks, Scree, Cliffs] [top:Uplands] [subject:rock]
NG8848 : Sandstone pavement, Creag an Turaraich by Alpin Stewart Sandstone pavement, Creag an Turaraich by Alpin Stewart
geograph for square NG8848
Tags: [top:Rocks, Scree, Cliffs] [top:Uplands] [subject:rock]
Beinn Dmh, with its well known Stirrup Mark, rises behind.
NG8946 : Rocky hills above Coire Dubh by Alpin Stewart Rocky hills above Coire Dubh by Alpin Stewart
geograph for square NG8946
Tags: [top:Rocks, Scree, Cliffs] [top:Uplands] [top:Woodland, Forest] [subject:rock]
Here the sandstone of Srath a Bhthaich gives way to quartzite.
NG8947 : Fault line above the Allt Leabaidh Teith by Alpin Stewart Fault line above the Allt Leabaidh Teith by Alpin Stewart
geograph for square NG8947
Tags: [top:Moorland] [top:Rocks, Scree, Cliffs] [top:Uplands] [subject:rock]
A minor fault has cleft the sandstone here as though Fingal or another of his warriors had taken an axe to the hillside leaving a prominent scar across the moor.

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