Geological Survey of England and Wales, Horizontal sections

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Horizontal section 1. No. 1. Section from Porth-wyn, St. Bride's Bay, near Solva, Pembroke, to the north cliff of Ynys-y-Barry; on a line 10 degrees W. of N. from Porth-wyn to the cross-roads near Skyvog Common; and 5 degrees E. of N. from thence to the sea by Andw. C. Ramsay. No. 2. Section across Pembrokeshire, from S. to N. From St. Govans Head to Lanstadwell, from Lanstadwell to Tref-garn Rock, and from thence to Dinas Head, near Fishguard from St. Govan's Head to Dinas Head, near Fishguard. Reference geological maps 38, 40. 1845  Full entry
Horizontal section 1. No. 1. Section from Porth-wyn, St. Bride's Bay, near Solva, Pembroke, to the north cliff of Ynys-y-Barry; on a line 10 degrees W. of N. from Porth-wyn to the cross-roads near Skyvog Common; and 5 degrees E. of N. from thence to the sea by Andw. C. Ramsay. No. 2. Section across Pembrokeshire, from S. to N. From St. Govans Head to Lanstadwell, from Lanstadwell to Tref-garn Rock, and from thence to Dinas Head, near Fishguard from St. Govan's Head to Dinas Head, near Fishguard. Reference geological maps 38, 40. 1845  Full entry
Longitudinal section, Old Series. Sheet 1. Section from the Coal Measures of Queens County to the Rock of Arklow, County Wicklow. 1848  Full entry
Vertical section at Moreb, Pembray, Trim Saran, Cil Rhedyn, & Mynydd Garreg to the bottom of the Mountain Limestone, Cwm Caer Cefn by W.E. Logan. Horiz. Sect., No. 1 Sheet 7. [ Map 37.] 1850  Full entry
Horizontal section 1. No. 1. Section from Porth-wyn, St. Bride's Bay, near Solva, Pembroke, to the north cliff of Ynys-y-Barry; on a line 10 degrees W. of N. from Porth-wyn to the cross-roads near Skyvog Common; and 5 degrees E. of N. from thence to the sea by Andw. C. Ramsay. No. 2. Section across Pembrokeshire, from S. to N. From St. Govans Head to Lanstadwell, from Lanstadwell to Tref-garn Rock, and from thence to Dinas Head, near Fishguard from St. Govan's Head to Dinas Head, near Fishguard. Reference geological maps 38, 40. 1857  Full entry
Horizontal section 1. No. 1. Section from Porth-wyn, St. Bride's Bay, near Solva, Pembroke, to the north cliff of Ynys-y-Barry; on a line 10 degrees W. of N. from Porth-wyn to the cross-roads near Skyvog Common; and 5 degrees E. of N. from thence to the sea by Andw. C. Ramsay. No. 2. Section across Pembrokeshire, from S. to N. From St. Govans Head to Lanstadwell, from Lanstadwell to Tref-garn Rock, and from thence to Dinas Head, near Fishguard from St. Govan's Head to Dinas Head, near Fishguard. Reference geological maps 38, 40. 1857  Full entry
  Vertical sections of 25 shafts sunk in the Castlecomer coalfield 1859  Full entry
Horizontal or longitudinal section 1. Section from near Abbeyleix across the Castlecomer Coalfield, to the Granite east of Carlow; with a short Section on the eastern side of the Granite, south of Tinahely, in nearly the same line. (1860.) [Maps 136, 137, 188.] Price 4s. 3d. 1860  Full entry
Section W. to E. From Edinburgh through Arthurs Seat, Musselburgh, Trannent and the Garleton Hills, to the coast 3 miles South East of Dundee, by Henry H. Howell and Archibald Geikie. reference to Geological maps 32 & 33 (Scotland). 1862  Full entry
Section W. to E. From Edinburgh through Arthurs Seat, Musselburgh, Trannent and the Garleton Hills, to the coast 3 miles South East of Dundee, by Henry H. Howell and Archibald Geikie. reference to Geological maps 32 & 33 (Scotland). 1862  Full entry

 

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