Tunbridge Wells Sandstone :: Shared Description
Tunbridge Wells sandstone is Lower Cretaceous in age. It was lain down in large braided river channels. Today it's outcrops form upland regions across the Weald of Kent. In the Tunbridge Wells area there are several locally famous sites. Mount Edgecumbe Rocks TQ5739 : Edgecumbe Rocks
, Wellington Rocks TQ5739 : Wellington Rocks, Tunbridge Wells Common
, Toad Rock TQ5639 : Toad Rock, Rusthall
, Happy Valley Rocks TQ5639 : Happy Valley Rocks
, High Rocks TQ5638 : High Rocks
, Eridge Rocks TQ5535 : Eridge Rocks
, The Chiddingstone TQ5045 : The Chiddingstone, Chiddingstone
, Harrison Rocks
The rock makes for good rock climbing in the SE of England.
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Created: Thu, 30 Sep 2010, Updated: Thu, 30 Sep 2010
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