Geological Survey of England and Wales, Horizontal sections

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98  Horizontal section 98. Section across the Millstone Grit of Brimham Rocks, Hartwith Moor, Nabs Ridge, Great Alms Cliff, Wescoe Hill, Arthington Bank and Addle; the Lower Coal Measures of Chapel Allerton and Leeds; the Middle Coal Measures of Osmondthorpe; the inlier of Lower Coal Measures at White Beck, the Middle Coal Measures of Temple Newsam, Rothwell, Royds Green, Bottom Boat, Warmfield and Sharlston to the neighbourhood of Havercroft by A.H. Green, J.C. Ward, J. Lucas and R. Russell. Reference geological maps 87 N.W., 92 N.E., S.E., 93 S.W., 1-inch; 136, 153, 170, 187, 188, 203, 218, 233, 234, 249, 263, Yorkshire, 6-inch. (Vertical Sections, 36, 37, 38, 40, 42, 44, 45.) (Crosses Horizontal sections, 91, 93, 94, 101, 102.) (Meets Horizontal sections, 92, 97, 100.) 1876  Full entry
99  Horizontal section 99. Section from the Magnesian Limeston of Gybdykes, north-east of Masham, over the Millstone Grit of Mickley and Azerley; thence across the Magnesian Limestone and Millstone Grit of the country west and south of Ripon; the Millstone Grit of Killinghall; the Millstone Grit and Yoredale Rocks of the Harrogate Anticlinal; the Millstone Grit of Follifoot Ridge, Spofforth Haggs, Barrowby Grange, the neigbourhood of Harewood, Wike and Shadwell, the Magnesian Limestone of Ash Bank near Roundhay Grange; the Lower Coal Measures of Seacroft, and the Middle Coal Measures of Austhorpe, and Swillington to the Alluvial Flat of the River Aire at Mickletown by J.C. Ward, C. Fox-Strangeways, R. Russell and J. Lucas Reference geological maps 87 N.W., 93 N.W., S.W., 96 S.W., 97 S.E., 1-inch; 101, 118, 119, 137, 154, 171, 188, 203, 218, 219, 234, Yorkshire, 6-inch. (Vertical Sections, 44, 45.) (Crosses Horizontal sections, 94, 101, 102.) 1876  Full entry
100  Horizontal section 100. Section from the neighbourhood of Boroughbridge to the Yorkshire Coalfield, crossing the Triassic Rocks south of Boroughbridge; the Permian rocks of Knaresborough, Wetherby, Tadcaster and Aberford; the Lower Coal Measures of Parlington Hollins; the Middle Coal Measures of Garforth and Kippax; the Magnesian Limestone of Preston Hill; and the Middle Coal Measures of Great and Little Preston, Methley, Whitwood, Sharlston and Nostel by J.C. Ward, J.R. Dakyns, A.H. Green and C. Fox-Strangeways. Reference geological maps 87 N.W., 93 N.W., S.W., 1-inch; 138, 154, 155, 172, 189, 204, 219, 234, 249, 263, Yorkshire, 6-inch. (Vertical Sections, 38, 44, 46.) (Crosses Horizontal sections, 91, 94, 99, 101.) (Meets Horizontal sections, 92, 97, 98.) 1876  Full entry
101  Horizontal section 101. Section from the Millstone Grit of Blackstone Edge, near Todmorden, Greetland Moor and North Dean, South of Halifax, over the Lower Coal Measures of Southowram, Brighouse and Clifton; the Middle Coal Measures of Cleckheaton, Gomersall, Adwalton and Gildersome; the Lower Coal Measures of Gildersome, Churwell and Beeston; the Middle Coal Measures of Hunslet, Osmondthorpe and Manston; the Lower Coal Measures of Scholes, and thence over the Magnesian Limestone of Barwick in -Elmet, Bramham Moor and Newton Kyme, to the Alluvial Flat of the River Wharfe by W.T. Aveline, J.R. Dakyns, J.C. Ward and R. Russell. Reference geological maps 87 N.W., 88 N.E., N.W., 93 S.W., 1-inch; 188, 189, 190, 203, 204, 217, 218, 230, 231, 232, 244, 245, Yorkshire, 6-inch. (Vertical Sections, 35, 40, 42, 43, 44, 45.) (Joins Horizontal section, 66.) (Crosses Horizontal sections, 95, 96, 98, 99.) 1875  Full entry
101  Horizontal section 101. Section from the Millstone Grit of Blackstone Edge, near Todmorden, Greetland Moor and North Dean, South of Halifax, over the Lower Coal Measures of Southowram, Brighouse and Clifton; the Middle Coal Measures of Cleckheaton, Gomersall, Adwalton and Gildersome; the Lower Coal Measures of Gildersome, Churwell and Beeston; the Middle Coal Measures of Hunslet, Osmondthorpe and Manston; the Lower Coal Measures of Scholes, and thence over the Magnesian Limestone of Barwick in -Elmet, Bramham Moor and Newton Kyme, to the Alluvial Flat of the River Wharfe by W.T. Aveline, J.R. Dakyns, J.C. Ward and R. Russell. Reference geological maps 87 N.W., 88 N.E., N.W., 93 S.W., 1-inch; 188, 189, 190, 203, 204, 217, 218, 230, 231, 232, 244, 245, Yorkshire, 6-inch. (Vertical Sections, 35, 40, 42, 43, 44, 45.) (Joins Horizontal section, 66.) (Crosses Horizontal sections, 95, 96, 98, 99.) 1875  Full entry
102  Horizontal section 102. Section from Heptonstall Moors, north Todmorden, across the Millstone Grit of the Basin of Calder; the outliers of the Lower Coal Measures at Denholme and Baildon, the Millstone Grit of Otley, Chevin and Wharfedale; and the Yoredale Rocks of the Harrogate Anticlinal, onto the Magnesian Limestone of the neighbourhood of Knaresborough by J.R. Dakyns, J. Lucas, C. Fox-Strangeways and W.H. Dalton. Reference geological maps 88 N.W., 92 S.E., 93 N.W., 1-inch; 154, 155, 170, 171, 186, 187, 200, 201, 214, 215, Yorkshire, 6-inch. (Crosses Horizontal sections, 95, 96, 97.) (Meets Horizontal sections, 62, 85.) 1874  Full entry
102  Horizontal section 102. Section from Heptonstall Moors, north Todmorden, across the Millstone Grit of the Basin of Calder; the outliers of the Lower Coal Measures at Denholme and Baildon, the Millstone Grit of Otley, Chevin and Wharfedale; and the Yoredale Rocks of the Harrogate Anticlinal, onto the Magnesian Limestone of the neighbourhood of Knaresborough by J.R. Dakyns, J. Lucas, C. Fox-Strangeways and W.H. Dalton. Reference geological maps 88 N.W., 92 S.E., 93 N.W., 1-inch; 154, 155, 170, 171, 186, 187, 200, 201, 214, 215, Yorkshire, 6-inch. (Crosses Horizontal sections, 95, 96, 97.) (Meets Horizontal sections, 62, 85.) 1874  Full entry
103  Horizontal section 103. Section across the Northern part of the Somersetshire Coal-field from Broadfield Down, by Chew Magna, Stanton Wick, Pensford, Marksbury, and Newton St. Loe, to Twerton, near Bath. From sections supplied to the Royal Coal Commission by John Anstie under the direction of Joseph Prestwich. The details of strata above the Coal Measures revised by H.B. Woodward. Map 19. (Vertical Section, 51.) 1874  Full entry
104  Horizontal section 104. Section across the Somersetshire Coal-field from Chewton Mendip, by Farrington Gurney, Paulton, Camerton and Dunkerton to Combe Down, near Bath. From sections supplied to the Royal Coal Commission by John Anstie and James McMurtie under the direction of Joseph Prestwich. The details of strata above the Coal Measures revised by H.B. Woodward. Map 19. (Vertical Sections, 49, 52.) 1875  Full entry
105  Horizontal section 105. Section across the Southern part of the Somersetshire Coalfield, from the Mendip Hills, near Binegar by Stratton on the Fosse, Midsummer Norton, Radstock, Clandown, Braydown & Foxcote to Norton St. Philip from sections supplied to the Royal Coal Commission by John Anstie under the direction of Joseph Prestwich. The details of strata above the Coal Measures revised by H.B. Woodward. Map 19. (Vertical Sections, 49, 52.). [Map 19.] (Vertical Sections, 48, 52.) 1875  Full entry
106  Horizontal section 106. Section from Kingston Seymour, Somersetshire across Ken Moor, through Nailsea, Flax Bourton and Bedminster, passing on the S.E. of Bristol through St. Georges and the Bristol Coal-field to the Fish Ponds, in Gloucestershire from sections supplied to the Royal Coal Commission by John Anstie under the direction of Joseph Prestwich. Reference geological maps 19, 35. (Crosses Sect. 17.) (Vertical Sections, 49, 50.) 1875  Full entry
107  Horizontal section 107. Section from Portskewet in Monmouthshire across the River Severn at New Passage by Stoke Gifford in Gloucestershire, across the Bristol Coal-field through Westerley to Wapley from sections supplied to the Royal Coal Commission by John Anstie under the direction of Joseph Prestwich. The details of strata above the Coal Measures revised by H.B. Woodward. [Map 35.] (Crosses Sect. 3, Sheet 14.) 1875  Full entry
108  Horizontal section 108. Section from Great Swinburn and Colwell, Northumberland, across the Carboniferous Limestone, Millstone Grit and the Northumberland and Durham Coal-field; through Bingfield, Great Whittington, Halton, Shields, Newton Hall, Bearl, Mickley, Hedley, Woodside, Chopwell, Tanfield, Kibblesworth, Great Unsworth, Hedworth and Harton; thence across the Magnesian Limestone to the coast, three miles north of Whitburn by Henry H. Howell. Reference geological maps 105 N.W., S.W., S.E., 106 N.E.; 1-inch, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 12, Durham, and 77, 85, 86, 95, 96, Northumberland, 6-inch. (Vertical Sections, 29, 39.) 1875  Full entry
109  Horizontal section 109. Section from White Edge, three miles north of St. John's Chapel; Weardale across the Carboniferous Limestone Series, Millstone Grit and the Durham Coalfield, through Lintzgarth Common, Wolsingham Park Moor, Cornsay, Esh, Witton Gilbert, Framwellgate and Pittington; thence across the Magnesian Limestone, through Moorsley, Haswell and Hawthorn, to the Coast at Beacon Point, three miles south of Seaham Harbour by H.H. Howell and D. Burns. Illustrating 102 N.E., 103 N.W., N.E., 1-inch; 19, 20, 21, 23, 24, 25, 26, Durham, 6-inch. 1889  Full entry
109  Horizontal section 109. Section from White Edge, three miles north of St. John's Chapel; Weardale across the Carboniferous Limestone Series, Millstone Grit and the Durham Coalfield, through Lintzgarth Common, Wolsingham Park Moor, Cornsay, Esh, Witton Gilbert, Framwellgate and Pittington; thence across the Magnesian Limestone, through Moorsley, Haswell and Hawthorn, to the Coast at Beacon Point, three miles south of Seaham Harbour by H.H. Howell and D. Burns. Illustrating 102 N.E., 103 N.W., N.E., 1-inch; 19, 20, 21, 23, 24, 25, 26, Durham, 6-inch. 1889  Full entry
110  Horizontal section 110. Section from Byerhope Head, one mile east of Allenheads, across the Yoredale Rocks, Millstone Grit and the Durham Coal-field, through Hunstanworth, the Derwent Lead Mines, Muggleswick, Healeyfield, Iveston, South Moor Colliery, Pelton Colliery, Lambton Park, South Biddick and West Herrington; thence across the Magnesian Limestone through Silksworth, Tunstall and Ryhope Colliery, to the coast, three miles south of Sunderland by H.H. Howell and D. Burns. Reference geological maps 102 N.E., 103 N.W., 105 S.W., S.E., 1-inch; and 11, 12, 13, 14, 16, 17, 18, Durham, 6-inch. 1875  Full entry
110  Horizontal section 110. Section from Byerhope Head, one mile east of Allenheads, across the Yoredale Rocks, Millstone Grit and the Durham Coal-field, through Hunstanworth, the Derwent Lead Mines, Muggleswick, Healeyfield, Iveston, South Moor Colliery, Pelton Colliery, Lambton Park, South Biddick and West Herrington; thence across the Magnesian Limestone through Silksworth, Tunstall and Ryhope Colliery, to the coast, three miles south of Sunderland by H.H. Howell and D. Burns. Reference geological maps 102 N.E., 103 N.W., 105 S.W., S.E., 1-inch; and 11, 12, 13, 14, 16, 17, 18, Durham, 6-inch. 1875  Full entry
111  Horizontal section 111. Section across the Bristol Coalfield, and the North part of the Somersetshire Coal-field, from Cromhall, at the North, through Iron Acton and Mangotsfield (showing Frog Lane, Parkfield and Fryars Pits) through Warmley to Willsbridge at the South of the Bristol Coal-field, thence to Keynsham and Compton Dando, in Somersetshire from sections supplied to the Royal Coal Commission by John Anstie under the direction of Joseph Prestwich. The details above the Coal Measures revised by H.B. Woodward. Continued in Sheet 112. Reference geological maps 19, 35. (Vertical Section, 49.) 1875  Full entry
112  Horizontal section 112. Continued from Sheet 111. Section across the Somersetshire Coal-field, from Houndstreet on the north through Farmborough, Timsbury Clandown, Radstock, Kilmersdon, and Mells crossing the East End of the Mendip Hills at Whatley, Long Knoll, near Maiden Bradley. Being a continuation of Horizontal section 111 thus completing the Section North and South of the Bristol and Somerset Coal-field from sections supplied to the Royal Coal Commission by John Anstie under the direction of Joseph Prestwich. The details above the Coal Measures revised by H.B. Woodward. The whole superintended & compiled by Edward Best. Map 19. (Vertical Section, 49.) 1875  Full entry
112  Horizontal section 112. Continued from Sheet 111. Section across the Somersetshire Coal-field, from Houndstreet on the north through Farmborough, Timsbury Clandown, Radstock, Kilmersdon, and Mells crossing the East End of the Mendip Hills at Whatley, Long Knoll, near Maiden Bradley. Being a continuation of Horizontal section 111 thus completing the Section North and South of the Bristol and Somerset Coal-field from sections supplied to the Royal Coal Commission by John Anstie under the direction of Joseph Prestwich. The details above the Coal Measures revised by H.B. Woodward. The whole superintended & compiled by Edward Best. Map 19. (Vertical Section, 49.) 1875  Full entry
113  Horizontal section 113. Section No. 1. From the Carboniferous Limestone of Scalelands, Frizington, Cumberland, across the Skiddaw Slates of Blakely Raise, the Grit of Lank Rigg, the Syenitic Granite of Copeland Forest; the Volcanic Rocks of Buckbarrow, Wastdale and the Screes; the Granite of Eskdale; the Volcanic rocks of Harter Fell across the Duddon, north of Seathwaite, and over Walney Scar to the Coniston Limestone Series, Stockdale Slates and Coniston Flags, on Torver Common, Lancashire by W.T. Aveline, J.C. Ward and R. Russell. Section No. 2. From the River Duddon at Black Dubb, south of Hall Dunnerdale, across Caw and Lang Bank, to the Coniston Limestone Series, Stockdale Slates and Coniston Flags of Broughton Moor, Lancashire by W.T. Aveline. Reference geological maps 101 S.W., 99 N.E., 98 N.W.; Cumberland, 68, 73, 74, 79, 83, 84; Lancashire, 3, 4, 6-inch. 1878  Full entry
114  Horizontal section 114. Section from the Carboniferous Limestone near Scales Moor, across the Skiddaw Slate of Oswen Fell, Blake Fell and Gavel Fell the Syenitic Granite of Ennerdale, the Volcanic Rocks of Pillar and Kirk Fell, the Granite of Wastdale Head, the Volcanic Rocks of Scafell Pikes, of the heads of Eskdale and Duddon Dale (Cumberland); Greyfriars, Coniston Old Man, and the Coniston Limestone, Stockdale Slates, Coniston Flags and Grits to the Bannisdale Slates east of Coniston Water, Lancashire by W.T. Aveline, J.C. Ward, R. Russell and E.J. Herbert. Reference geological maps 98 N.W., 101 S.W., S.E., 1-inch; 62, 68, 69, 74, 79, 80, Cumberland; 1, 4, Lancashire, 6-inch. 1877  Full entry
115  Horizontal section 115. Section from the Carboniferous Limestone N. of Cockermouth, through the Skiddaw Slate Series of Elva Hill, Ling Fell, Whinlatter, Grisedale and Causey Pikes and the Volcanic Series of Borrowdale, the Plumbago Mines, the Volcanic Rocks of Base Brown, Allen Crags, Bow Fell, Pike of Blisco, Wrynose, and Wetherlam, to the Coniston Limestone (Lower Silurian) and through the Coniston Flags and Grits and Bannisdale Slates (Upper Silurian) south-east of Coniston Lake by W.T. Aveline, J.C. Ward, C.E. De Rance and E.J. Herbert. Reference geological maps 98 N.W., 101 N.E., S.E., 1-inch; 46, 55, 63, 64, 70, 74, 75, 80, Cumberland; 25, Westmorland; 1, 4, 5, Lancashire, 6-inch. 1877  Full entry
116  Horizontal section 116. Section from the Carboniferous Limestone 1.5 miles E. of Uldale, across the northern margin of Volcanic Rocks, through the Slate and Grit Beds of Great Cockup, the metamorphosed slates of Skiddaw, the Dolerite of Castle Head, Keswick, the Volcanic Series of Wallow Crag, Bleaberry and Watendlath Fells, Ullscarf, Cumberland; Great and Little Langdale, Westmorland to the Coniston Limestone, Stockdale an Coniston Flags near Water Head House, Coniston, Lancashire by W.T. Aveline, J.C. Ward and C.E. De Rance. Reference geological maps 98 N.W., 101 N.E., S.E., 1-inch; 47, 56, 64, 70, 75, Cumberland; 18, 25, Westmorland; 1, 2, Lancashire, 6-inch. 1877  Full entry
117  Horizontal section 117. Section from the Carboniferous Limestone 2.5 miles S.W. of Caldbeck, across the Volcanic Rocks north of Roughton Gill Mines, the Granite and Metamorphic Rocks of Skiddaw Forest, the Skiddaw Slates of Blencathra, the Quartz Felsite of the Vale of St. John, and the Volcanic Series of the Helvellyn range of Grasmere and Rydal, and of Loughrigg, to the Coniston Limestone and Coniston Flags and Grits west of Windermere Lake by J.C. Ward, C.E. De Rance and E.J. Herbert. Reference geological maps 98 N.W., 101 N.E., S.E., 1-inch; 47, 56, 65, 71, 76, Cumberland; 12, 19, 26, Westmorland; 2, Lancashire, 6-inch. 1877  Full entry
118  Horizontal section 118. Section from the Carboniferous Limestone, South of Hesket-Newmarket, Cumberland, through the northern fringe of Volcanic Rocks, Carrock Fell, the Skiddaw Slate of Mungrisdale, the Conglomerate of Mell Fell, the Volcanic Rocks of Gowbarrow, the Skiddaw Slates of Ullswater and the Volcanic Rocks of Martindale Common, Caudale Moor and Ill Bell to the Coniston Limestone, Stockdale Shales and Coniston Flags of Kentmere Park, Westmorland by W.T. Aveline, J.C. Ward, E.J. Herbert. Reference geological maps 98 N.E., 102 S.E., S.W., 101 N.E., 1-inch; 48, 57, 65, Cumberland; 12, 19, 20, 27, Westmorland, 6-inch. 1877  Full entry
118  Horizontal section 118. Section from the Carboniferous Limestone, South of Hesket-Newmarket, Cumberland, through the northern fringe of Volcanic Rocks, Carrock Fell, the Skiddaw Slate of Mungrisdale, the Conglomerate of Mell Fell, the Volcanic Rocks of Gowbarrow, the Skiddaw Slates of Ullswater and the Volcanic Rocks of Martindale Common, Caudale Moor and Ill Bell to the Coniston Limestone, Stockdale Shales and Coniston Flags of Kentmere Park, Westmorland by W.T. Aveline, J.C. Ward, E.J. Herbert. Reference geological maps 98 N.E., 102 S.E., S.W., 101 N.E., 1-inch; 48, 57, 65, Cumberland; 12, 19, 20, 27, Westmorland, 6-inch. 1877  Full entry
119  Horizontal section 119. Section from the Carboniferous Limestone of Penruddock, Cumberland, across the Basement Conglomerate (Carboniferous) of Little Mell Fell, the Skiddaw Slate and Volcanic Series, north and south of Ullswater, the Granite and Altered Rocks of Shap Fell, the Coniston Flags and Grits and Bannisdale Series of Borrowdale and Whinfell, the Carboniferous Limestone of Grayrigg, to the Upper Ludlow Rocks of Lambrigg Fell, Westmorland Lambrigg Fell, Westmorland by W.T. Aveline, J.R. Dakyns and J.C. Ward. 98 N.E., 102 S.W., 1-inch; 58, 66, Cumberland, and 7, 13, 20, 27, 28, 34, Westmorland, 6-inch. 1881  Full entry
119  Horizontal section 119. Section from the Carboniferous Limestone of Penruddock, Cumberland, across the Basement Conglomerate (Carboniferous) of Little Mell Fell, the Skiddaw Slate and Volcanic Series, north and south of Ullswater, the Granite and Altered Rocks of Shap Fell, the Coniston Flags and Grits and Bannisdale Series of Borrowdale and Whinfell, the Carboniferous Limestone of Grayrigg, to the Upper Ludlow Rocks of Lambrigg Fell, Westmorland Lambrigg Fell, Westmorland by W.T. Aveline, J.R. Dakyns and J.C. Ward. 98 N.E., 102 S.W., 1-inch; 58, 66, Cumberland, and 7, 13, 20, 27, 28, 34, Westmorland, 6-inch. 1881  Full entry
119  Horizontal section 119. Section from the Carboniferous Limestone of Penruddock, Cumberland, across the Basement Conglomerate (Carboniferous) of Little Mell Fell, the Skiddaw Slate and Volcanic Series, north and south of Ullswater, the Granite and Altered Rocks of Shap Fell, the Coniston Flags and Grits and Bannisdale Series of Borrowdale and Whinfell, the Carboniferous Limestone of Grayrigg, to the Upper Ludlow Rocks of Lambrigg Fell, Westmorland Lambrigg Fell, Westmorland by W.T. Aveline, J.R. Dakyns and J.C. Ward. 98 N.E., 102 S.W., 1-inch; 58, 66, Cumberland, and 7, 13, 20, 27, 28, 34, Westmorland, 6-inch. 1881  Full entry
120  Horizontal section 120. Section of the London Basin from South to North. From the Chalk S.E. Of Farningham, Kent, across the Tertiary Outlier of Swanscomb Park Wood and the Valley of the Thames below Greenhithe, through Essex, from West Thurrock, across the Bagshot Outlier of Warley Common, the Valley of the Roding, Epping Plain and the valley of the Stort above Roydon into Hertfordshire, to the outcrop of the Chalk in the Valley of the Ash at Widford by W. Whitaker, W.H. Penning. Reference geological maps 1 N.W., S.W., 6, 47. In continuation of sheet 77 1877  Full entry
120  Horizontal section 120. Section of the London Basin from South to North. From the Chalk S.E. of Farningham, Kent, across the Tertiary Outlier of Swanscomb Park Wood and the Valley of the Thames below Greenhithe, through Essex, from West Thurrock, across the Bagshot Outlier of Warley Common, the Valley of the Roding, Epping Plain and the valley of the Stort above Roydon into Hertfordshire, to the outcrop of the Chalk in the Valley of the Ash at Widford by W. Whitaker, W.H. Penning. Reference geological maps 1 N.W., S.W., 6, 47. In continuation of sheet 77 1880  Full entry
121  Horizontal section 121. Section across the Chalk of Hertfordshire from 3 miles eastward of Ware, through the Tertiary Outlier of Sacomb and Cutting Hill, by Baldock, across the Gault and Lower Greensand of Bedfordshire, (E. of Biggleswade and W. of Potton) to Everton and across the Oxford Clay to a point 4 miles N.W. of Kimbolton by W.H. Penning under the Superintendence of W. Whitaker. (Continued from Sheet 120.) Reference geological maps 46 S.E., N.E., 47, 52 N.E., S.E. 1878  Full entry
121  Horizontal section 121. Section across the Chalk of Hertfordshire from 3 miles eastward of Ware, through the Tertiary Outlier of Sacomb and Cutting Hill, by Baldock, across the Gault and Lower Greensand of Bedfordshire, (E. of Biggleswade and W. of Potton) to Everton and across the Oxford Clay to a point 4 miles N.W. of Kimbolton by W.H. Penning under the Superintendence of W. Whitaker. (Continued from Sheet 120.) Reference geological maps 46 S.E., N.E., 47, 52 N.E., S.E. 1880  Full entry
122  Horizontal section 122. Section from Three Shire Stone 4 miles N.W. of Kimbolton (Hunts), through Thrapstone, Rockingham Forest (Northamptonshire) Uppingham (Rutland) and across Burrow Hill to the River Eye, west of Melton Mowbray (Leicestershire) by William H. Holloway. Levelled by W.H. Penning. Reference geological maps 52 N.E., 52 N.W., 64. 1879  Full entry
123  Horizontal section 123. Section No. 1. from Dodgson's Wood on the east side of Coniston Water to Morecambe Bay, near Grange, Lancashire. Being a continuation of Section on sheet 114. Section No. 2. From the River Duddon, near Whinery Grounds north of Broughton-in-Furness, to the Ulverston Sands, at Plumpton Wells, Lancashire. Passing over part of the Volcanic Series, Coniston Limestone, Stockdale Slates, Coniston Flags and Grits, Bannisdale Slates and Carboniferous Limestone. Section No. 3. From near Bootle, over Black Combe to Hodbarrow Point, Cumberland; thence across the Duddon Sands to Titeup Hall, west of Lindale, Lancashire. Commencing on the Bootle Granite and altered Volcanic Rocks, through Skiddaw Slates, Volcanic Series, Coniston Limestone Series, Stockdale Slates, Coniston Flags and Carboniferous Limestone with Haematite Iron Ore by W.T. Aveline. 98 .N.W., S.W., and 4, 6, 7, 8, 11, 12, 15, 16, 17, Lancashire; and 85, 86, 88, 90, Cumberland, 6-inch. 1879  Full entry
123  Horizontal section 123. Section No. 1. from Dodgson's Wood on the east side of Coniston Water to Morecambe Bay, near Grange, Lancashire. Being a continuation of Section on sheet 114. Section No. 2. From the River Duddon, near Whinery Grounds north of Broughton-in-Furness, to the Ulverston Sands, at Plumpton Wells, Lancashire. Passing over part of the Volcanic Series, Coniston Limestone, Stockdale Slates, Coniston Flags and Grits, Bannisdale Slates and Ccarboniferous Limestone. Section No. 3. From near Bootle, over Black Combe to Hodbarrow Point, Cumberland; thence across the Duddon Sands to Titeup Hall, west of Lindale, Lancashire. Commencing on the Bootle Granite and altered Volcanic Rocks, through Skiddaw Slates, Volcanic Series, Coniston Limestone Series, Stockdale Slates, Coniston Flags and Carboniferous Limestone with Haematite Iron Ore by W.T. Aveline. 98 .N.W., S.W., and 4, 6, 7, 8, 11, 12, 15, 16, 17, Lancashire; and 85, 86, 88, 90, Cumberland, 6-inch. 1879  Full entry
124  Horizontal section 124. Section from Buddon Wood across Mount Sorrel, Burrow Hill (Leicestershire); The Vale of Catmos, through Oakham and Ketton (Rutland) to the Fenland at Peterborough (Northamptonshire) by William H. Holloway. Levelled by W.H. Penning. Reference geological maps 63 N.E., 64. Continued from 46, No. 2. Crosses No. 1, Sheet 122. 1887  Full entry
125  Horizontal section 125. Section North-north-westward from the Chalk, (S. of Dunstable across the Gault, the Lower Greensand (S. And W. of Woburn) and the Oxford Clay just to the East of Newport Pagnell and thence Northward across the Lower Oolites and the Lias to beyond Mears Ashby by B.A. Whitaker and W.H. Holloway, Reference Geological maps 46 S.E., S.W., N.W., 52 S.W., N.W. 1881  Full entry
126  Horizontal section 126. Section across the Tertiary Beds and the Chalk of the London Basin from the River Chelmer (four miles below Chelmsford), by Felsted, Radwinter, Barrington Hill, and Wandlebury, to the Gault at Cambridge and Madingley Park by W.H. Penning and W.H. Dalton Reference geological maps 1 N.E., 47, 51 S.W. Continuation of Sheet 84. 1882  Full entry
126  Horizontal section 126. Section across the Tertiary Beds and the Chalk of the London Basin from the River Chelmer (four miles below Chelmsford), by Felsted, Radwinter, Barrington Hill, and Wandlebury, to the Gault at Cambridge and Madingley Park by W.H. Penning and W.H. Dalton Reference geological maps 1 N.E., 47, 51 S.W. Continuation of Sheet 84. 1882  Full entry
127  Horizontal section 127. Section of the Norfolk Cliffs from Happisburgh through Bacton, Mundesley, Trimingham, Sidestrand, Overstrand, Cromer, Runton, Beeston, and Sherringham, to Weybourn by Clement Reid. (Scale 18 inches to the mile.) Reference geological survey maps 68 N.W., E. 1882  Full entry
127  Horizontal section 127. Section of the Norfolk Cliffs from Happisburgh through Bacton, Mundesley, Trimingham, Sidestrand, Overstrand, Cromer, Runton, Beeston, and Sherringham, to Weybourn by Clement Reid. (Scale 18 inches to the mile.) Reference geological survey maps 68 N.W., E. 1882  Full entry
128  Horizontal section 128. The Cliffs of Kessingland, Pakefield, and Corton, Suffolk. [Reference geological maps 67 S., 49 N.] (Horizontal Scale 36 inches to a mile. Vertical Scale 1-in. =40 feet.) 1884  Full entry
129  Horizontal section 129. Section from the Outlier of Lower Coal Measures on Baildon Common in the South across the Millstone Grit of Rumbles Moor Ilkley and Wharfedale over Beamsley Beacon and Simonseat & across the Carboniferous Limestone west of Greenhow Hill, the Craven Fault, the Millstone Grit of Grimwith, Gateup Gill, Mossdale and Conistone Moor, over the top of Great Whernside, across the Yoredale Beds and Millstone Grit of Coverhead, Walden and Bishopdale, the Yoredale rocks of the Stake Fell & Addleborough to Wensleydale in the North by J.R. Dakyns and C. Fox-Strangways. Reference geological maps 97 S.W., S.E., 92 N.E., S.E.; 66, 82, 83, 99, 116, 134, 151, 152, 169, 186, 201, Yorkshire, 6-inch. 1882  Full entry
130  Horizontal section 130. Section near the Yorkshire Coast from the Lower Lias at Staithes, through the Lias and Oolites of Whitby, Robin Hood's Bay, the Oolites of Silpho and Hutton Bushel Moor, across the Vale of Pickering to the Chalk of Willerby Wold by C. Fox-Strangways and G. Barrow. Reference geological maps 95 S.W., N.W. 104 S.E., S.W.; 19, 20, 32, 33, 47, 62, 77, 93, 109, Yorkshire, 6-inch. (Crosses Sections 135 and 137.) 1883  Full entry
130  Horizontal section 130. Section near the Yorkshire Coast from the Lower Lias at Staithes, through the Lias and Oolites of Whitby, Robin Hood's Bay, the Oolites of Silpho and Hutton Bushel Moor, across the Vale of Pickering to the Chalk of Willerby Wold by C. Fox-Strangways and G. Barrow. Reference geological maps 95 S.W., N.W. 104 S.E., S.W.; 19, 20, 32, 33, 47, 62, 77, 93, 109, Yorkshire, 6-inch. (Crosses Sections 135 and 137.) 1883  Full entry
131  Horizontal section 131. Section from the Yorkshire Coast at Redcar, across the Ironstone Measures of Upleatham and the Lower Oolites of Skelton, Stanghow and Danby with outliers of Kellaway Rocks at Freeborough Hill and Danby Beacon, thence across the valley of the Esk and the Lower Oolites of Egton and Pickering Moors to the Middle Oolites of Levisham, Kingthorpe and Thornton Dale; and across the Vale of Pickering to the Chalk of Knapton by C. Fox-Strangways and G. Barrow. Reference geological maps 104 S.W., 96 N.E., 96 S.E., 95 S.W.; 7A, 7, 17, 18, 30, 31, 45, 60, 75, 91, 92, 108, 125, Yorkshire, 6-inch. (Crosses Horizontal sections, 134, 135, 136, 137.) 1883  Full entry
132  Horizontal section 132. Section from the Estuary of the Tees at Middlesbrough across the Ironstone Measures and Lower Oolites of Eston, Roseberry Topping and Easby Moor, the Lias of Ingleby Greenhow, the Oolites of Helmsley & Rievaulx and the Howardian Hills to Brandsby and Stillington by C. Fox-Strangways and G. Barrow. Reference geological maps 93 N.E., 96 S.E., 103 S.E.; 104 S.W.; 6, 16, 17, 29, 43, 58, 73, 89, 105, 122, 140, Yorkshire, 6-inch. (Crosses Horizontal sections, 134, 135, 136, 138.) 1883  Full entry
132  Horizontal section 132. Section from the Estuary of the Tees at Middlesbrough across the Ironstone Measures and Lower Oolites of Eston, Roseberry Topping and Easby Moor, the Lias of Ingleby Greenhow, the Oolites of Helmsley & Rievaulx and the Howardian Hills to Brandsby and Stillington by C. Fox-Strangways and G. Barrow. Reference geological maps 93 N.E., 96 S.E., 103 S.E.; 104 S.W.; 6, 16, 17, 29, 43, 58, 73, 89, 105, 122, 140, Yorkshire, 6-inch. (Crosses Horizontal sections, 134, 135, 136, 138.) 1883  Full entry
133  Horizontal section 133. Section from Coal Measures and magnesian Limestone of Ferryhill, across the Trias north of Darlington and the valley of the Tees, to the Lias and Lower Oolite of Whorlton, and Osmotherley Moors and thence across the Middle Oolite of Black Hambleton, the Lower Oolite and Lias of Boltby, Hood Hill, Kilburn, Coxwold and Hirsthwaite to the Lias of Easingwold by H.H. Howell, C. Fox-Strangways and G. Barrow. Reference geological maps 93 N.W., 96 S.W., N.W., 103 S.E., N.E.; 15, 27, 28, 42, 57, 72, 88, 104, 121, Yorkshire, 35, 43, 49, 50, 56, Durham, 6-inch. (Crosses Horizontal sections, 134, 135, 136.) 1884  Full entry
133  Horizontal section 133. Section from Coal Measures and Magnesian Limestone of Ferryhill, across the Trias north of Darlington and the valley of the Tees, to the Lias and Lower Oolite of Whorlton, and Osmotherley Moors and thence across the Middle Oolite of Black Hambleton, the Lower Oolite and Lias of Boltby, Hood Hill, Kilburn, Coxwold and Hirsthwaite to the Lias of Easingwold by H.H. Howell, C. Fox-Strangways and G. Barrow. Reference geological maps 93 N.W., 96 S.W., N.W., 103 S.E., N.E.; 15, 27, 28, 42, 57, 72, 88, 104, 121, Yorkshire, 35, 43, 49, 50, 56, Durham, 6-inch. (Crosses Horizontal sections, 134, 135, 136.) 1884  Full entry
134  Horizontal section 134. Section from the Cod Beck, east of Northallerton, across the Lias and Lower Oolite of Over Silton, the Middle Oolite of Black Hambleton, and the Lower Oolite and Lias of Snilesworth Moor, Bilsdale, Bransdale, Farndale and Rosedale, thence across Egton High Moor, the Murk Esk, Sleights Moor and Sneaton to the Coast at Hawsker Bottoms, South of Whitby by C. Fox-Strangways, C. Reid and G. Barrow. Reference geological maps 95 N.W., 96 N.E., 96 N.W.; 32, 33, 45, 46, 56, 57, 58, 59, 60, 71. Yorkshire, 6-inch. (Crosses Horizontal sections, 130, 131, 132, 133.) 1883  Full entry
134  Horizontal section 134. Section from the Cod Beck, east of Northallerton, across the Lias and Lower Oolite of Over Silton, the Middle Oolite of Black Hambleton, and the Lower Oolite and Lias of Snilesworth Moor, Bilsdale, Bransdale, Farndale and Rosedale, thence across Egton High Moor, the Murk Esk, Sleights Moor and Sneaton to the Coast at Hawsker Bottoms, South of Whitby by C. Fox-Strangways, C. Reid and G. Barrow. Reference geological maps 95 N.W., 96 N.E., 96 N.W.; 32, 33, 45, 46, 56, 57, 58, 59, 60, 71. Yorkshire, 6-inch. (Crosses Horizontal sections, 130, 131, 132, 133.) 1883  Full entry
134  Horizontal section 134. Section from the Cod Beck, east of Northallerton, across the Lias and Lower Oolite of Over Silton, the Middle Oolite of Black Hambleton, and the Lower Oolite and Lias of Snilesworth Moor, Bilsdale, Bransdale, Farndale and Rosedale, thence across Egton High Moor, the Murk Esk, Sleights Moor and Sneaton to the Coast at Hawsker Bottoms, South of Whitby by C. Fox-Strangways, C. Reid and G. Barrow. Reference geological maps 95 N.W., 96 N.E., 96 N.W.; 32, 33, 45, 46, 56, 57, 58, 59, 60, 71. Yorkshire, 6-inch. (Crosses Horizontal sections, 130, 131, 132, 133.) 1883  Full entry
135  Horizontal section 135. Section from the Lower Lias near Upsall, across the Lower Oolite of Boltby Moor, the Middle Oolite of the Hambleton Hills and the outliers near Hawnby; and thence along the edge of the Tabular escarpment by Cropton, Saltersgate Hackness and Seamer Moor to the Lower Oolite of Gristhorpe Bay by C. Fox-Strangways. Reference geological maps 95 N.W., S.W., 96 N.W., N.E., S.W., S.E.; and 61, 62, 71, 72, 73, 74, 75, 76, 77, 93, 94, Yorkshire, 6-inch. (Crosses Horizontal sections, 130, 131, 132, 133, 137.) 1884  Full entry
135  Horizontal section 135. Section from the Lower Lias near Upsall, across the Lower Oolite of Boltby Moor, the Middle Oolite of the Hambleton Hills and the outliers near Hawnby; and thence along the edge of the Tabular escarpment by Cropton, Saltersgate Hackness and Seamer Moor to the Lower Oolite of Gristhorpe Bay by C. Fox-Strangways. Reference geological maps 95 N.W., S.W., 96 N.W., N.E., S.W., S.E.; and 61, 62, 71, 72, 73, 74, 75, 76, 77, 93, 94, Yorkshire, 6-inch. (Crosses Horizontal sections, 130, 131, 132, 133, 137.) 1884  Full entry
136  Horizontal section 136. Section from the Lias below Whitestone Cliff, across the Oolites of the Hambleton Hills, Helmsley, Kirkby Moorside, Pickering, Allerston, Brompton and Ayton to the coast of Scarborough illustrating the general structure of the Middle Oolites on the North side of the Vale of Pickering by C. Fox-Strangways. Reference geological maps 95 S.W., 96 S.W., S.E.; and 74, 77, 78, 88, 89, 90, 91, 92, 93, Yorkshire, 6-inch.](Crosses Horizontal sections, 130, 131, 132, 133, 135, 137.) 1884  Full entry
136  Horizontal section 136. Section from the Lias below Whitestone Cliff, across the Oolites of the Hambleton Hills, Helmsley, Kirkby Moorside, Pickering, Allerston, Brompton and Ayton to the coast of Scarborough illustrating the general structure of the Middle Oolites on the North side of the Vale of Pickering by C. Fox-Strangways. Reference geological maps 95 S.W., 96 S.W., S.E.; and 74, 77, 78, 88, 89, 90, 91, 92, 93, Yorkshire, 6-inch.](Crosses Horizontal sections, 130, 131, 132, 133, 135, 137.) 1884  Full entry
137  Horizontal section 137. Section from near Knaresborough, across the Trias of the Vale of York, the Lias and Oolite of Crayke and the Howardian Hills, the Oolite of the Vale of Pickering, Kirkby Moorside, Lastingham, Pickering and Fylingdales Moors to the Lias of Robin Hoods Bay by C. Fox-Strangways and G. Barrow. Reference geological maps 93 N.W., 95 N.W., 96 N.E., S.E., 1-inch; 46, 47, 60, 61, 74, 75,-90, 105, 106, 121, 122, 138, 139, 155, Yorkshire, 6-inch. (Crosses Horizontal sections, 130, 131, 132, 133, 135, 136.) 1884  Full entry
137  Horizontal section 137. Section from near Knaresborough, across the Trias of the Vale of York, the Lias and Oolite of Crayke and the Howardian Hills, the Oolite of the Vale of Pickering, Kirkby Moorside, Lastingham, Pickering and Fylingdales Moors to the Lias of Robin Hoods Bay by C. Fox-Strangways and G. Barrow. Reference geological maps 93 N.W., 95 N.W., 96 N.E., S.E., 1-inch; 46, 47, 60, 61, 74, 75,-90, 105, 106, 121, 122, 138, 139, 155, Yorkshire, 6-inch. (Crosses Horizontal sections, 130, 131, 132, 133, 135, 136.) 1884  Full entry
138  Horizontal section 138. Sections illustrating the structure of the Oolites of Howardian Hills. Section A. From Hovingham Spa, across Terrington, and Sittenham to Flaxton. Section B. From Slingsby, across Castle Howard Park, to Barton-le-Willows. Section C. From Amotherby and Swinton, across Hildenley, Huttons-Ambo, and Westow, to Leppington. Secton D. From Winteringham, along the edge of the Wolds by Settrington, North Grimston and Birdsall, to Water Dale and Kirkby Underdale by C. Fox-Strangways. Reference geological maps 93 N.E., 94 N.W., 95 S.W., 96 S.E.; and 105, 106, 123, 124, 125, 141, 142, 143, 159, Yorkshire 6-inch. (Meets Horizontal section, 131.) 1884  Full entry
138  Horizontal section 138. Sections illustrating the structure of the Oolites of Howardian Hills. Section A. From Hovingham Spa, across Terrington, and Sittenham to Flaxton. Section B. From Slingsby, across Castle Howard Park, to Barton-le-Willows. Section C. From Amotherby and Swinton, across Hildenley, Huttons-Ambo, and Westow, to Leppington. Secton D. From Winteringham, along the edge of the Wolds by Settrington, North Grimston and Birdsall, to Water Dale and Kirkby Underdale. Reference geological maps 93 N.E., 94 N.W., 95 S.W., 96 S.E.; and 105, 106, 123, 124, 125, 141, 142, 143, 159, Yorkshire 6-inch. (Meets Horizontal section, 131.) 1884  Full entry
139  Horizontal section 139. Section along the Western Escarpment of the Wolds, illustrating the overlap of the Cretaceous Rocks, from the Oolites of Malton, Langton, Burythorpe, Leavening, Acklam, and Kirkby Underdale, across the Lias and the Keuper Marl of Bishop Wilton, Kildwick Percy, Londesbrough, and Market Weighton, to the Oolites of Sancton, Newbald, South Cave, and Brough on the Humber by C. Fox-Strangways. Reference geological maps 86, 93 N.E., S.E., 94 S.W., 96 S.E.; and 124, 142, 159,176, 193, 194, 209, 224, 238a, Yorkshire, 6-inch. 1884  Full entry
139  Horizontal section 139. Section along the Western Escarpment of the Wolds, illustrating the overlap of the Cretaceous Rocks, from the Oolites of Malton, Langton, Burythorpe, Leavening, Acklam, and Kirkby Underdale, across the Lias and the Keuper Marl of Bishop Wilton, Kildwick Percy, Londesbrough, and Market Weighton, to the Oolites of Sancton, Newbald, South Cave, and Brough on the Humber by C. Fox-Strangways. Reference geological maps 86, 93 N.E., S.E., 94 S.W., 96 S.E.; and 124, 142, 159,176, 193, 194, 209, 224, 238a, Yorkshire, 6-inch. 1884  Full entry
140  Horizontal section 140. Section from Bishopstone, near Hartwell through the Oolites and Lias of Bucks and Northamptonshire (near Buckingham and Daventry), and through the Lias and New Red Marl of Warwickshire, from Rugby to near Wibtoft (5 miles S.S.E. of Hinckley) by A.H. Green, H.B. Woodward and W.H. Penning. Reference geological maps 45 N.E., S.E., 46 S.W., 53 N.W., N.E., S.E., 63 S.W. (Continuation of Horizontal section, 74.) 1886  Full entry
146  Horizontal section 146. Section from Saddleworth in the South across the Millstone Grit of Rishworth Moor, the Calder Valley and Wadsworth Moor, the Rivers Worth and Air, Kildwick and Skipton Moors; the Limestone Shales and Carboniferous Limestone of the Skipton Anticlinal, the Millstone Grit of Embsay Moor and Burnsall Fell to the Carboniferous Limestone of Elbolton near Grassington in the North by J.R. Dakyns, J.C. Ward, W.H. Dalton. Reference geological maps 88 N.W., S.W., 92 S.E., N.E.; and 151, 168, 185, 200, 230, 245, 249, 271, Yorkshire, 6-inch. (Meets Horizontal section, 93.) 1886  Full entry
147  Horizontal section 147. [No. 1.] Sections illustrating the Geology of the Country between Slaidburn and Ingleton and between Morecambe Bay and Settle by R.H. Tiddeman Section No. 2. From Morcambe Bay by Heysham, Lancaster, Caton Moor, Burn Moor and Giggleswick to Settle. Reference geological maps 91 N.E., 92 N.W., 97 S.W.; and 30, 31, 32, Lancashire, 6-inch, 131, 132, 148, 165, Yorkshire, 6-inch. No. 1 continues Sheet 85, No. 2. 1891  Full entry
148  Horizontal section 148. Section from Middleton-in-Teesdale to the Coast near Castle Eden, Co. Durham, across the Carboniferous Limestone and Millstone Grit of part of Teesdale and the lower part of Weardale, and the Coal Measures and the Permian Limestone of the Southern part of the Durham Coalfield by H.H. Howell and D. Burns. Reference geological maps 102 N.E., 103 N.W., N.E., and 28, 31 to 36, Durham, 6-inch. (Vertical Sections, 62 to 66.) 1894  Full entry

 

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