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NY8416 : Bridleway heading down towards Borrowdale by Gordon Hatton Bridleway heading down towards Borrowdale by Gordon Hatton
geograph for square NY8416
Tags: [top:Moorland] [top:Paths] [top:Uplands] [type:Geograph]
This is a bridleway that heads down from the boggy moorland towards green pastures near Borrowdale House. The beck, which is down to the left, carves its way through soft... (more)
TQ4941 : Outcrop of Ardingly sandstone near Birchcope Shaw by Marathon Outcrop of Ardingly sandstone near Birchcope Shaw by Marathon
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Tags: [top:Geological interest] [top:Paths] [type:Geograph] [rock outcrop]
The rocks consist of Ardingly sandstone. They are seen here from a footpath leading north from Bassetts Lane. These are the same as at High Rocks - see... (more)
TQ4941 : Outcrop of Ardingly sandstone near Birchcope Shaw by Marathon Outcrop of Ardingly sandstone near Birchcope Shaw by Marathon
geograph for square TQ4941
Tags: [top:Geological interest] [top:Paths] [type:Geograph]
The rocks consist of Ardingly sandstone. They are seen here from a footpath leading north from Bassetts Lane. These are the same as at High Rocks - see... (more)
NS5864 : Commerce Street by Thomas Nugent Commerce Street by Thomas Nugent
geograph for square NS5864
Tags: [top:Business, Retail, Services] [top:City, Town centre] [type:Geograph] [subject:street]
A red sandstone warehouse at the corner of Wallace Street, viewed from a passing train.
NJ0352 : Railway Cutting by Anne Burgess Railway Cutting by Anne Burgess
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Tags: [top:Geological interest] [top:Railways] [type:Close Look]
The railway cutting is one of just a few places locally where the bedrock is exposed. It is Nethybridge Psammite, formed by low-grade metamorphism of sandstones laid down... (more)
NJ0352 : Railway Cutting by Anne Burgess Railway Cutting by Anne Burgess
geograph for square NJ0352
Tags: [top:Geological interest] [top:Railways] [type:Geograph]
The railway cutting is one of just a few places locally where the bedrock is exposed. It is Nethybridge Psammite, formed by low-grade metamorphism of sandstones laid down... (more)
NJ3351 : Red Rock by Anne Burgess Red Rock by Anne Burgess
geograph for square NJ3351
Tags: [top:Geological interest] [type:Geograph]
Around here you get used to red outcrops, because there is a thick layer of red glacial deposit over much of the land. This, however, is different. It's not loose... (more)
SP3280 : Radford War Memorial off Sherwood Jones Close, Radford, Coventry by Robin Stott Radford War Memorial off Sherwood Jones Close, Radford, Coventry by Robin Stott
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Tags: [top:Lowlands] [top:People, Events] [top:Suburb, Urban fringe] [type:Close Look] [place:Coventry] [obelisk] [public open space] [area:Radford] [sandstone] [War memorial WWI]
The memorial of local sandstone commemorates the men of Radford who fell in the Great War, 1914-18. The beautiful bronze panels bearing the men's names SP3280 : Detail of panel, Radford War Memorial, Coventry CV6... (more)
TF2157 : Butter or Market Cross, Market Place, Tattershall by Jo Turner Butter or Market Cross, Market Place, Tattershall by Jo Turner
geograph for square TF2157
Tags: [top:Historic sites and artefacts] [top:Village, Rural settlement] [type:Geograph] [subject:market cross]
Scheduled and Grade I Listed cross. Butter crosses were mostly erected during the medieval period (mid 10th to mid 16th centuries). The listing suggests this one dates to... (more)
SP5407 : St Andrew's Road by Bill Boaden St Andrew's Road by Bill Boaden
geograph for square SP5407
Tags: [top:Housing, Dwellings] [top:Lowlands] [top:Roads, Road transport] [top:Suburb, Urban fringe] [type:Geograph]
The old part of Headington displaying traditional sandstone.
NS5574 : Carved detail, 37 Douglas Street, Milngavie by Richard Sutcliffe Carved detail, 37 Douglas Street, Milngavie by Richard Sutcliffe
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Tags: [top:City, Town centre] [architectural detail] [subject:carved stone] [type:Close Look] [red sandstone]
This detail, carved in red sandstone is at the top of the building now housing Truva Barber and the debra charity shop NS5574 : Barber and charity shop, Milngavie. It is not clear what the cross within... (more)
ST0091 : Graig yr Fos by Alan Hughes Graig yr Fos by Alan Hughes
geograph for square ST0091
Tags: [top:Lowlands] [top:Rocks, Scree, Cliffs] [top:Suburb, Urban fringe] [top:Uplands] [type:Geograph] [subject:rock]
Outcrop of sedimentary sandstone high above Penygraig and Trealaw.
ST0091 : Lichen-covered rock by Alan Hughes Lichen-covered rock by Alan Hughes
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Tags: [top:Rocks, Scree, Cliffs] [top:Uplands] [top:Wild Animals, Plants and Mushrooms] [type:Close Look] [subject:lichens / mosses]
Close-up of sedimentary sandstone. See also ST0091 : Mynydd Dinas
ST0091 : Mynydd Dinas by Alan Hughes Mynydd Dinas by Alan Hughes
geograph for square ST0091
Tags: [top:Geological interest] [top:Rocks, Scree, Cliffs] [top:Uplands] [type:Geograph] [subject:rock]
Exposed rock on Mynydd Dinas. As far as I can tell, this is an example of Rhondda Member - Sandstone. Sedimentary bedrock formed between 315.2 and 308 million years... (more)
SK6547 : Bench mark, Wash Bridge, Epperstone by Alan Murray-Rust Bench mark, Wash Bridge, Epperstone by Alan Murray-Rust
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Tags: [top:Construction, Development] [bench mark] [type:Close Look] [building material:sandstone]
See Link for location.
SJ9003 : Forster Bridge in Fordhouses, Wolverhampton by Roger  Kidd Forster Bridge in Fordhouses, Wolverhampton by Roger Kidd
geograph for square SJ9003
Tags: [top:Canals] [top:Suburb, Urban fringe] [canal bridge] [type:Geograph] [towpath]
This shows the Staffordshire and Worcestershire Canal approaching Forster Bridge, No 68. The bridge carries Wobaston Road. The canal is cut into the sandstone bedrock... (more)
SJ9003 : Canal narrows in Fordhouses, Wolverhampton by Roger  Kidd Canal narrows in Fordhouses, Wolverhampton by Roger Kidd
geograph for square SJ9003
Tags: [top:Canals] [top:Suburb, Urban fringe] [type:Geograph] [towpath]
This shows the Staffordshire and Worcestershire Canal approaching Forster Bridge, No 68. The canal is cut into the sandstone bedrock here, and is only wide enough for one... (more)
SJ7908 : Roadside wall in Tong Norton by Richard Law Roadside wall in Tong Norton by Richard Law
geograph for square SJ7908
Tags: [top:Boundary, Barrier] [top:Historic sites and artefacts] [top:Village, Rural settlement] [type:Geograph] [subject:wall]
At first glance nothing much to look at, but the right light picks out these rather unusual carvings or mouldings in the face of 50 metres of this wall. They are very... (more)
SJ7906 : Remains of cellars at Tong Castle by Richard Law Remains of cellars at Tong Castle by Richard Law
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Tags: [top:Country estates] [top:Derelict, Disused] [top:Historic sites and artefacts] [type:Geograph] [subject:house]
One of the few relatively recognisable remains of the once-extensive mid 18th century Tong Castle, which are included in the Grade II listing... (more)
SJ7906 : House platform walling on the site of Tong Castle by Richard Law House platform walling on the site of Tong Castle by Richard Law
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Tags: [top:Derelict, Disused] [top:Historic sites and artefacts] [type:Close Look] [subject:wall]
Here, just north of the M54, lies part of the site of the former Tong Castle.
SD2996 : Benchmark, Adam Bridge by Adrian Taylor Benchmark, Adam Bridge by Adrian Taylor
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Tags: [top:Historic sites and artefacts] [bench mark] [subject:benchmark] [bridge] [type:Close Look] [ordnance survey bench mark] [sandstone]
Detail of the Ordnance Survey cut benchmark in the sandstone parapet of Adam Bridge, marking a height of 74.6135m above sea level (Ordnance Datum).
SD2996 : Bridge parapet with benchmark by Adrian Taylor Bridge parapet with benchmark by Adrian Taylor
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Tags: [top:Historic sites and artefacts] [top:Roads, Road transport] [bench mark] [subject:benchmark] [bridge parapet] [type:Close Look] [dressed] [name:Lancashire County Council] [ordnance survey bench mark] [sandstone]
Adam Bridge on the A593 was rebuilt by Lancashire County Council in 1899 with dressed sandstone parapets. The western parapet has an Ordnance Survey cut benchmark... (more)
SS4190 : Cloudrise above Rhossili Down by Alan Hughes Cloudrise above Rhossili Down by Alan Hughes
geograph for square SS4190
Tags: [top:Air, Sky, Weather] [top:Geological interest] [top:Rocks, Scree, Cliffs] [top:Uplands] [type:Geograph] [subject:rock]
Cumulonimbus and conglomerates of old red sandstone near the summit of Rhossili Down.
NY5965 : Benchmark, Combcrag Wood by Adrian Taylor Benchmark, Combcrag Wood by Adrian Taylor
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Tags: [top:Historic sites and artefacts] [top:Woodland, Forest] [bench mark] [subject:benchmark] [type:Close Look] [ordnance survey bench mark] [rock] [sandstone]
Carved into the sandstone rock at the top of Combcrag, this old pivot benchmark marks a height of 345.7ft above sea level (Ordnance Datum).
SE2951 : Old Roadside Barn at Bunkers Hill by Matthew Hatton Old Roadside Barn at Bunkers Hill by Matthew Hatton
for square SE2951
Tags: [top:Derelict, Disused] [top:Farm, Fishery, Market Gardening] [top:Grassland] [top:Lowlands] [top:Village, Rural settlement] [subject:barn] [type:Close Look]
Bunkers Hill stands 50 yds from some disused 19thC sandstone quarries, which is no doubt where the stone came from for this barn. Semi-smartened up in recent years with... (more)
NO5615 : Cliffs at Buddo Ness by Aleks Scholz Cliffs at Buddo Ness by Aleks Scholz
geograph for square NO5615
Tags: [top:Coastal] [top:Paths] [top:Rocks, Scree, Cliffs] [subject:cliff] [type:Geograph]
Behind Buddo Rock is a series of pink sandstone cliffs at the edge of the raised beach.
NO5614 : Approaching Buddo Rock from Boarhills by Aleks Scholz Approaching Buddo Rock from Boarhills by Aleks Scholz
geograph for square NO5614
Tags: [top:Coastal] [top:Estuary, Marine] [top:Paths] [top:Rocks, Scree, Cliffs] [type:Geograph] [subject:path]
The south side of this magnificent sandstone boulder is just in this square - the rest of it sits in the next one.
SO3958 : Pembridge Bridge by Fabian Musto Pembridge Bridge by Fabian Musto
geograph for square SO3958
Tags: [top:Rivers, Streams, Drainage] [subject:bridge] [type:Geograph]
This sandstone rubble road bridge was possibly constructed in the early 19th century over the River Arrow, and this was given grade II listed status on 16th June 1987.
SJ4892 : Green's House Farm, Longton Lane by Sue Adair Green's House Farm, Longton Lane by Sue Adair
geograph for square SJ4892
Tags: [top:Farm, Fishery, Market Gardening] [top:Suburb, Urban fringe] [subject:farm building] [type:Geograph]
An early 18th century threshing barn and stable or carriage house named as Green's House, originally on Back Lane and not Longton Lane on the 1849 OS map. Built... (more)
SJ5459 : The Sandstone Trail at Chapel Lane, Beeston by Jeff Buck The Sandstone Trail at Chapel Lane, Beeston by Jeff Buck
geograph for square SJ5459
Tags: [top:Paths] [top:Roads, Road transport] [place:Beeston] [Beeston Castle] [county:Cheshire] [country:England] [type:Geograph] [long distance path:Sandstone Trail] [Sandstone Trail]
The Sandstone Trail as it heads east along Chapel Lane next to Beeston Castle. The English Heritage car park for the castle is on the right.

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