Geological Survey of Ireland. Miscellaneous sheets

This is not a formal series but rather a grouping of assorted non-series maps published by the Geological Survey of Ireland.

 

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  Dublin, Drift edition 1902  Full entry
  Geology of the British Islands. 1977  Full entry
Title sheet  The Quarter inch geological map of England and Wales: prepared in 1906-1910 on the Ordnance Survey revised map of England and Wales [Tilte sheet] 1910  Full entry
Index to colours  Index to colours and symbols used on the Quarter-inch Map of England and Wales, 1927. 1927  Full entry
  Central Wales Mining field 1:100,000. Mineral Reconnaisance Programme. 1974  Full entry
  Geothermal map of the United Kingdom 1:1,500,000. 1985  Full entry
  Sea bed sediments around the United Kingdom (North Sheet) 1:1 000 000. 1987  Full entry
  Sea bed sediments around the United Kingdom (South Sheet) 1:1 000 000. 1987  Full entry
  Quaternary geology around the United Kingdom (North Sheet) 1:1 000 000. 1994  Full entry
  Quaternary geology around the United Kingdom (South Sheet) 1:1 000 000. 1994  Full entry
  Index map UK North sheet 1:750,000 scale. 2006  Full entry
  Index map UK South sheet 1:750,000 scale. 2006  Full entry
  Climate through time: our rocks reveal the story of change. 2009  Full entry
  Geological map of the British Islands based on the work of the Geological Survey. 2010  Full entry
  Fforest Fawr: exploring the landscape of a global geopark. Archwilo tirwedd geopoarc byd-eang. 2013  Full entry
51  Ardnamurchan Central Complex. 2009  Full entry
1SE  [Langdon Hill, Gravesend; Rayleigh.] 1871  Full entry
1NE  [Chelmsford, Maldon, Ingatestone, Billericay.] 1871  Full entry
1NE  [Chelmsford, Maldon, Ingatestone, Billericay.] 1871  Full entry
1SW  [Eastern Part of London, Woolwich, Dartford, Romford.] 1872  Full entry
1SW  [Eastern Part of London, Woolwich, Dartford, Romford.] 1872  Full entry
1SW  [Eastern Part of London, Woolwich, Dartford, Romford.] 1872  Full entry
1NW  [Hoddesdon, Waltham Abbey, Epping, Brentwood, Chipping Ongar.] 1876  Full entry
1NW  [Hoddesdon, Waltham Abbey, Epping, Brentwood, Chipping Ongar.] 1876  Full entry
[Norham, and the English side of the Tweed.] 1884  Full entry
1SE  [Langdon Hill, Gravesend; Rayleigh.] 1888  Full entry
1SE  [Langdon Hill, Gravesend; Rayleigh.] 1888  Full entry
1SW  [Eastern Part of London, Woolwich, Dartford, Romford.] 1892  Full entry
Norham. 1926  Full entry
Norham 1951  Full entry
Norham. 1951  Full entry
Kirkmaiden. 1982  Full entry
48 N - 10 W  Little Sole Bank 48 N - 10 W Free-air gravity anomaly. 1989  Full entry
1NE  [Chelmsford, Maldon, Ingatestone, Billericay.] 1868  Full entry
1NW  [Hoddesdon, Waltham Abbey, Epping, Brentwood, Chipping Ongar.] 1868  Full entry
1SE  [Langdon Hill, Gravesend; Rayleigh.] 1868  Full entry
1NW  [Hoddesdon, Waltham Abbey, Epping, Brentwood, Chipping Ongar.] 1868  Full entry
1NE  [Chelmsford, Maldon, Ingatestone, Billericay.] 1871  Full entry
1SE  [Langdon Hill, Gravesend; Rayleigh.] 1871  Full entry
Kirk Maiden 1871  Full entry
[Kirk Maiden] 1871  Full entry
1SW  [Eastern Part of London, Woolwich, Dartford, Romford.] 1872  Full entry
1NW  [Hoddesdon, Waltham Abbey, Epping, Brentwood, Chipping Ongar.] 1876  Full entry
[Norham, and the English side of the Tweed.] 1884  Full entry
[Norham, and the English side of the Tweed.] 1884  Full entry
1SE  [Langdon Hill, Gravesend; Rayleigh.] 1888  Full entry
1SE  [Langdon Hill, Gravesend; Rayleigh.] 1888  Full entry
1SW  [Eastern Part of London, Woolwich, Dartford, Romford.] 1892  Full entry
1SW  [Eastern Part of London, Woolwich, Dartford, Romford.] 1892  Full entry
1 & 2  [Alnwick, Berwick.] 1907  Full entry
1 & 2  [Alnwick, Berwick.] 1907  Full entry
Norham. 1925  Full entry
Norham. 1951  Full entry
Kirkmaiden. 1985  Full entry
48 N - 10 W  Little Sole Bank and including parts of Austell Spur Sheet 48 N - 10 W and including parts of 48 N - 11 W Solid Geology. 1986  Full entry
1 and 3 with parts of 7 and 4W  Rhins of Galloway. 1992  Full entry
Kirkmaiden. 1923  Full entry
Kirkmaiden. 1964  Full entry
Malin Head 1888  Full entry
1 & 2  [Alnwick, Berwick.] 1937  Full entry
1 & 2  [Alnwick, Berwick.] 1951  Full entry
1 & 2  [Alnwick, Berwick.] 1977  Full entry
  An uniform System of Indicoclature ... In the Geological Plans and Sections connected with the Ordnance Survey’. Thomas Colby, Ordnance Survey Office, 9 April 1830. Printed pamphlet, hand coloured, 4 pp. (repaired and bound in covers). [Note: the colour scheme recommended here was never applied to the maps issued for the Ordnance Survey by De la Beche]. BGS Archive No GSM/DC/S/3. 1830  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. 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
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
1 [28]  Vertical section 1. Vertical Sections illustrative of the Edinburghshire and Haddingtonshire Coalfields. Arranged by Henry H. Howell. Maps.- 32, 33, 1-inch. 1883  Full entry
Sheet 1  Geological map of England and Wales: Reduced from the one-inch maps of the Geological Survey. With some recent revisions. Published under the direction of Sir Archibald Geikie, Director General 1896 [Title sheet] 1896  Full entry
Sheet 1  Geological map of England and Wales: Reduced from the one-inch maps of the Geological Survey. With some recent revisions. Published under the direction of Sir Archibald Geikie, Director General 1896 [Title sheet] 1896  Full entry
1D  Vertical section 1 D. Vertical Sections illustrative of the· Midlothian Coal Basin (eastern side). Map. 32, 1-inch. 1909  Full entry
1A  Vertical section 1 A. Vertical Sections illustrative of the Midlothian Coal Basin (middle portion). Map. 32, 1-inch. 1909  Full entry
1C  Vertical section 1 C Vertical Sections illustrative of the Midlothian Coal Basin (western side). Map. 32, 1-inch. 1909  Full entry
1B  Vertical section 1 B. Vertical Sections illustrative of the Midlothian Coal Basin (western side). Map. 32, 1-inch. 1909  Full entry
1E  Vertical section 1 E. Vertical Sections illustrative of the East Lothian Coal Basin. Maps.32, 33, 1-inch. 1909  Full entry
Sheet 1 and 2  [Shetland Islands.] 1963  Full entry
Hydrogeological map of England and Wales. 1977  Full entry
  Shetland: regional geochemical atlas [Front cover] 1978  Full entry
48 N - 10 W  Little Sole Bank 48 N - 10 W Aeromagnetic anomaly. 1988  Full entry
48 N - 10 W  Little Sole Bank 48 N - 10 W Bouguer anomaly. 1988  Full entry
  Regional geochemistry of North-west England and North Wales [Front cover] 1997  Full entry
  Regional geochemistry of Wales and part of west-central England: streamwater. Geocemeg rhanbarthol Cymru a rhan o orllewin-canolbarth Lloegr: dwr nant [Front cover] 1999  Full entry
  [Front cover, rear] [This page contains no information] 1999  Full entry
  Regional geochemistry of Wales and part of west-central England: Stream sediment and soil. Geocemeg rhanbarthol Cymru a rahn o orllwin-canolbarth Lloegr: gwaddod nant a phridd [Front cover] 2000  Full entry
Ballycastle Coalfield Antrim sheets 5 and 9   Full entry
[Sheerness, Shoeburyness, Burnham.] 1883  Full entry
[Berwick, and the Coast to the S.E.] 1884  Full entry
Berwick-on-Tweed. 1926  Full entry
Berwick-upon-Tweed. 1951  Full entry
Whithorn. 1982  Full entry
[Sheerness, Shoeburyness, Burnham.] 1868  Full entry
[Whithorn] 1872  Full entry
[Sheerness, Shoeburyness, Burnham.] 1883  Full entry
[Sheerness, Shoeburyness, Burnham.] 1883  Full entry
[Berwick, and the Coast to the S.E.] 1884  Full entry
[Berwick, and the Coast to the S.E.] 1884  Full entry
Berwick-upon-Tweed. 1925  Full entry
Berwick-upon-Tweed. 1951  Full entry
1 & 2  Berwick-on-Tweed, Norham and Scremston. 1977  Full entry
Whithorn. 1987  Full entry
Whithorn. 1923  Full entry
Whithorn. 1964  Full entry
30  Sheet SK 26 Bakewell. 1982  Full entry
48 N - 10 W  Little Sole Bank and including parts of Austell Spur Sheet 48 N - 10 W and including parts of 48 N - 11 W Sea Bed Sediments. 1985  Full entry
Glengad Head 1888  Full entry
  Colours to be employed in colouring geologically Sheets 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26 and 27 of the Ordnance Map of Great Britain. These colours are copied from those deposited in this Office by H. T. De la Beche, Esq., after they had received the sanction of the Council of the Geological Society of London on the 16th May, 1832, They are the same as those at present adopted by G. B. Greenough, Esq., for the 2nd edition of his 1803 Geological Map of England and Wales, preparing for publication. A. W. Robe, Capt. R.E., 22nd June, 1832. Ordnance Map Office, Tower. To R. I. Murchison, Esq., P.G.S. [President of the Geological Society], etc., etc.’ MS table of 16 colours. BGS Archive No GSM/DC/S/3. 1832  Full entry
Horizontal section 2. No. 1. Section from the Sea, near Tenby, through Saundersfoot, to Landewi Velfrey, Pembrokeshire. (Vertical Section, 13.) No. 2. Section from near Cil-rhew through Lampeter Velfrey, and Panteg, to near Hendre, Pembrokeshire. No. 3. Section through Pant Yiar and Clog-y-Fran on a line N. 14 degrees East, Caermarthenshire. (Vertical Section, 13.) No. 4. Section from Laugharne across the River Taf, to the River Dewi Fawr, on a line N. 17 degrees West, Caermarthenshire. No. 5. Section from Maes Gwrda by St. Clairs to Mydrim, Caermarthenshire. (Vertical Section, 13.) No. 6. Section across the Traps and Conglomerates of Pen-y-Moelfre, S.W. of Caermarthen. Reference geological maps 38, 40, 41. 1844  Full entry
Horizontal section 2. No. 1. Section from the Sea, near Tenby, through Saundersfoot, to Landewi Velfrey, Pembrokeshire. (Vertical Section, 13.) No. 2. Section from near Cil-rhew through Lampeter Velfrey, and Panteg, to near Hendre, Pembrokeshire. No. 3. Section through Pant Yiar and Clog-y-Fran on a line N. 14 degrees East, Caermarthenshire. (Vertical Section, 13.) No. 4. Section from Laugharne across the River Taf, to the River Dewi Fawr, on a line N. 17 degrees West, Caermarthenshire. No. 5. Section from Maes Gwrda by St. Clairs to Mydrim, Caermarthenshire. (Vertical Section, 13.) No. 6. Section across the Traps and Conglomerates of Pen-y-Moelfre, S.W. of Caermarthen. Reference geological maps 38, 40, 41. 1844  Full entry
Horizontal section 2. No. 1. Section from the Sea, near Tenby, through Saundersfoot, to Landewi Velfrey, Pembrokeshire. (Vertical Section, 13.) No. 2. Section from near Cil-rhew through Lampeter Velfrey, and Panteg, to near Hendre, Pembrokeshire. No. 3. Section through Pant Yiar and Clog-y-Fran on a line N. 14 degrees East, Caermarthenshire. (Vertical Section, 13.) No. 4. Section from Laugharne across the River Taf, to the River Dewi Fawr, on a line N. 17 degrees West, Caermarthenshire. No. 5. Section from Maes Gwrda by St. Clairs to Mydrim, Caermarthenshire. (Vertical Section, 13.) No. 6. Section across the Traps and Conglomerates of Pen-y-Moelfre, S.W. of Caermarthen. Reference geological maps 38, 40, 41. 1844  Full entry
Section from Dunlavin, across the summits of Lugnaquilla to the sea-coast near Johnstown. County of Wicklow. 1848  Full entry
Vertical section of the Coal Measures at Llwchwr and Penclawdd, Glamorgan by W.E. Logan. To illustrate Horiz. Sect., No. 3 Sheet 7 [Maps 37, 41] 1850  Full entry
Vertical Section of the Coal Measures at Llwchwr and Penclawdd, Glamorganshire. By W.E. Logan. To illustrate Horizontal Section Sheet , No. 3. Sheet 7. [Maps 37, 41.] 1850  Full entry
Section no. 2. From Kilkenny northwards through the Castlecomer Coalfield to the neighbourhood of Athy and the Lower Silurian ground of the County of Kildare. Reference to geological maps, 1 inch scale Sheets 120, 128, 129, 137, 147. 1860  Full entry
Section No. 1. W. to E. across the Pentland Hills and Mid-Lothian Coalfield through Warklow Hill, Caerketton Hill, Loanhead, Newbattle Colliery, Roman Camp, Vogrie and Fala, to the Lammermuir Hills at Blegbie. By H. Howell and Archibald Geikie. Section No. 2. NW to SE across the Mid-Lothian Coal-Field through Joppa, Monckton Hall, Dalkeith Park, Chalkieside, Cousland, and Preston Hall to the Lammermuir Hills at Headshaw Burn. By Henry H. Howell and Archibald Geikie. Reference Geological Maps 32 and 33 (Scotland). 1863  Full entry
Section No. 1. W. to E. across the Pentland Hills and Mid-Lothian Coalfield through Warklow Hill, Caerketton Hill, Loanhead, Newbattle Colliery, Roman Camp, Vogrie and Fala, to the Lammermuir Hills at Blegbie. By H. Howell and Archibald Geikie. Section No. 2. NW to SE across the Mid-Lothian Coal-Field through Joppa, Monckton Hall, Dalkeith Park, Chalkieside, Cousland, and Preston Hall to the Lammermuir Hills at Headshaw Burn. By Henry H. Howell and Archibald Geikie. Reference Geological Maps 32 and 33 (Scotland). 1863  Full entry
41  Larne area. Antrim. Sheet 41 1874  Full entry
  Plan and sections of the Ovoca Mines, County Wicklow comprising the Copper and Iron-Pyrites Mines of Ballymurtagh Ballygahan, Tigroney, Cronebane and Connary. (New Edition.) 1879  Full entry
Vertical section 2. Vertical Sections illustrative of the Fifeshire Coalfields. Maps. 40, 1-inch, and 24,25, 30, 31, 32, 35, 3B, 37, Fifeshire, 6-inch. 1889  Full entry
Sheet 2  [Northumberland, and parts of Cumberland and Durham.] 1896  Full entry
Sheet 2  [Northumberland, and parts of Cumberland and Durham.] 1896  Full entry
2A  Vertical section 2 A. Vertical Sections illustrative of the Fifeshire Coalfields. Maps. 40, 1-inch, and 23,24, 30, 31, 32, Fifeshire, 6-inch.] 1904  Full entry
Hydrogeological map of North and East Lincolnshire including hydrometric areas 29, 30 and parts of 31. 1967  Full entry
  [Cover, inside] 1978  Full entry
  [Front cover, rear] [This page contains no information] 1997  Full entry
  [Flyleaf, front] [This page contains no information] 1999  Full entry
  [Front cover, rear] [This page contains no information] 2000  Full entry
Coldstream.   Full entry
[Canterbury; Sittingbourne, Ashford, Margate, Ramsgate, Dover.] 1872  Full entry
[Canterbury; Sittingbourne, Ashford, Margate, Ramsgate, Dover.] 1875  Full entry
[Wark, Cornhill, and part of the Cheviots.] 1885  Full entry
[Canterbury; Sittingbourne, Ashford, Margate, Ramsgate, Dover.] 1889  Full entry
[Canterbury; Sittingbourne, Ashford, Margate, Ramsgate, Dover.] 1889  Full entry
[Canterbury; Sittingbourne, Ashford, Margate, Ramsgate, Dover.] 1889  Full entry
Ford. 1932  Full entry
Ford. 1952  Full entry
Ford. 1979  Full entry
Stranraer. 1982  Full entry
48 N - 08 W  Parson's Bank 48 N - 08 W Free-air gravity anomaly. 1989  Full entry
[Canterbury; Sittingbourne, Ashford, Margate, Ramsgate, Dover.] 1866  Full entry
[Canterbury; Sittingbourne, Ashford, Margate, Ramsgate, Dover.] 1868  Full entry
[Stranraer] 1871  Full entry
[Canterbury; Sittingbourne, Ashford, Margate, Ramsgate, Dover.] 1872  Full entry
[Wark, Cornhill, and part of the Cheviots.] 1885  Full entry
[Canterbury; Sittingbourne, Ashford, Margate, Ramsgate, Dover.] 1885  Full entry
[Canterbury; Sittingbourne, Ashford, Margate, Ramsgate, Dover.] 1889  Full entry
[Canterbury; Sittingbourne, Ashford, Margate, Ramsgate, Dover.] 1889  Full entry
[Carlisle, Keswick and part of Isle of Man.] 1907  Full entry
Ford. 1932  Full entry
Ford. 1951  Full entry
[Carlisle, Keswick and part of Isle of Man.] 1959  Full entry
[Carlisle, Keswick and part of Isle of Man.] 1963  Full entry
[Carlisle, Keswick and part of Isle of Man.] 1972  Full entry
[Carlisle, Keswick and part of Isle of Man.] 1976  Full entry
Ford. 1976  Full entry
Stranraer. 1982  Full entry
48 N - 08 W  Parsons Bank 48 N - 08 W (Part) Solid Geology. 1985  Full entry
39  Sheet NX 08, 18 and 19 (in part) Ballantrae. 1988  Full entry
Stranraer. 1923  Full entry
Stranraer. 1966  Full entry
Tory Island 1889  Full entry
  Copy of the First Index of Colours, 1834, drawn and coloured by J. E. W., 22.6.07. Initialled ‘H.W.G.W.’ (original index pasted onto Geological Ordnance sheet 23, 1st edition, AM 1112 S, set A). [Note: there are MS additions to the original index which may date from De la Beche’s revision of 1837. DGB] [BGS Archive Reference GSM/DC/S/3.] 1837  Full entry
Horizontal section 3. No. 1. Section near Llandeilo, fawr from Cerrig-dwfn to Mynydd-banc-y-ffair. No. 2. Section from near Llandibie to Llangathen near Llandeilo fawr. No. 3. Section from the Black Mountain, near Llangadoc, to Cefn-llwyn hir, near Cynfil Cayo Caermarthenshire. (Vertical Section, 14.) [Map 41.] 1844  Full entry
Horizontal section 3. No. 1. Section near Llandeilo, fawr from Cerrig-dwfn to Mynydd-banc-y-ffair. No. 2. Section from near Llandibie to Llangathen near Llandeilo fawr. No. 3. Section from the Black Mountain, near Llangadoc, to Cefn-llwyn hir, near Cynfil Cayo Caermarthenshire. (Vertical Section, 14.) [Map 41.] 1844  Full entry
Section from near Kilcullen, in the county of Kildare, to Mizen Head, in the County of Wicklow. 1848  Full entry
[No. 1.] Vertical section from Werndu Seam of Coal to the two-feet Seam below the Big Seam, Cwm Afon by W.E. Logan. [No. 2.] Vertical section at Brondine, Pont-Yates, Maesnant, and Yr Hengoed. Illustrating the Horizontal Section No. 2. Sheet , 7,) [Maps 37, 41.] 1850  Full entry
[No. 1.] Vertical section from Werndu Seam of Coal to the two-feet Seam below the Big Seam, Cwm Afon by W.E. Logan. [No. 2.] Vertical section at Brondine, Pont-Yates, Maesnant, and Yr Hengoed. Illustrating the Horizontal Section No. 2. Sheet , 7,) [Maps 37, 41.] 1850  Full entry
Horizontal section 3. No. 1. Section near Llandeilo, fawr from Cerrig-dwfn to Mynydd-banc-y-ffair. No. 2. Section from near Llandibie to Llangathen near Llandeilo fawr. No. 3. Section from the Black Mountain, near Llangadoc, to Cefn-llwyn hir, near Cynfil Cayo Caermarthenshire. (Vertical Section, 14.) [Map 41.] 1858  Full entry
Section No. 3. From the Limestone plain between Abbeyleix and Maryborough, over Cullenagh Hill, and thence south-eastwards across the Castlecomer Coalfield to the Valley of the Barrow River, south of Old Leighlin, and into the granite country east of Bagenalstown. Reference to geological maps, 1 inch scale Sheets 127, 128, 137, 147. 1860  Full entry
Vertical section 3. Vertical Sections illustrative of the Kilmarnock and Hurlford Coalfield. Arranged by James Geikie. Maps. 22, 1-inch, and 13, 16, 17, 18, 19, 22, 23, Ayrshire, 6-inch. 1870  Full entry
Section from Black Cleuch Hill, Peebleshire across Edinburghshire, Linlithgowshire and the Firth of Forth, to the coast of Fife near Buckhaven. By Archibald Geikie and James Geikie. Reference to sheets 24 & 32 of the 1-inch Maps of the Geological Survey. 1871  Full entry
Section from Black Cleuch Hill, Peebleshire across Edinburghshire, Linlithgowshire and the Firth of Forth, to the coast of Fife near Buckhaven. By Archibald Geikie and James Geikie. Reference to sheets 24 & 32 of the 1-inch Maps of the Geological Survey. 1871  Full entry
20  Lough Allen Coalfield. Leitrim. Sheet 20 (1876) 1876  Full entry
  Index to the Colours and Signs, (1881) 5/9 1881  Full entry
Sheet 3  Index of colours 1896  Full entry
Sheet 3  Index of colours [1.10.97 in ms] 1897  Full entry
Sheet 3  [Orkney Islands.] 1932  Full entry
Sheet 3  [Orkney Islands.] 1932  Full entry
Sheet 3  [Orkney Islands.] 1948  Full entry
Hydrogeological map of the Chalk and Lower Greensand of Kent -Sheet 1. Chalk regional hydrological characteristics and explanatory notes. 1970  Full entry
Sheet 3  [Orkney Islands.] 1977  Full entry
Shetland: regional geochemical atlas [Title page] 1978  Full entry
48 N - 08 W  Parson's Bank 48 N - 08 W Aeromagnetic anomaly. 1988  Full entry
48 N - 08 W  Parson's Bank 48 N - 08 W Bouguer anomaly. 1988  Full entry
  [Flyleaf, front] [This page contains no information] 1997  Full entry
  [Flyleaf, rear] [This page contains no information] 1999  Full entry
  [Flyleaf, front] [This page contains no information] 2000  Full entry
[Wooler, Chillingham, Belford, Bamborough. Castle, Holy Island, and the Farne Islands.] 1890  Full entry
[Wooler, Chillingham, Belford, Bamborough. Castle, Holy Island, and the Farne Islands.] 1890  Full entry
Holy Island. 1926  Full entry
Holy Island. 1951  Full entry
Holy Island. 1952  Full entry
Holy Island. 1962  Full entry
Holy Island. 1970  Full entry
4E  Wigtown. 1981  Full entry
4W  Kirkcowan. 1982  Full entry
[Country between Folkestone and Rye, including the whole of Romney Marsh and Dungeness.] 1863  Full entry
[Country between Folkestone and Rye, including the whole of Romney Marsh and Dungeness.] 1863  Full entry
[Country between Folkestone and Rye, including the whole of Romney Marsh and Dungeness.] 1863  Full entry
[Country between Folkestone and Rye, including the whole of Romney Marsh and Dungeness.] 1863  Full entry
[Wigtown] 1877  Full entry
[Wooler, Chillingham, Belford, Bamborough. Castle, Holy Island, and the Farne Islands.] 1890  Full entry
[Newcastle upon Tyne, Stockton.] 1907  Full entry
Holy Island. 1925  Full entry
[Newcastle upon Tyne, Stockton.] 1952  Full entry
Holy Island. 1953  Full entry
[Newcastle upon Tyne, Stockton.] 1962  Full entry
Holy Island. 1962  Full entry
[Newcastle upon Tyne, Stockton.] 1970  Full entry
Holy Island. 1970  Full entry
Holy Island. 1974  Full entry
[Newcastle upon Tyne, Stockton.] 1976  Full entry
4E  Wigtown. 1978  Full entry
4W  Kirkcowan. 1978  Full entry
4E  Wigtown. 1992  Full entry
4W  Kirkcowan. 1992  Full entry
Wigtown. 1925  Full entry
Wigtown. 1964  Full entry
37  Sheet SE 30 Barnsley. 1987  Full entry
48 N - 08 W  Parsons Bank Sheet 48 N - 08 W (Part) Sea Bed Sediments and Geology. 1985  Full entry
Dunfanaghy 1890  Full entry
  Colours & signs employed in the Ordnance Geological maps of Cornwall, Devon and west Somerset. 2nd index 1839. Copy made 22.6.07, by H.E.G. Initialed 'H.W.G.W.' (original with maps 20–27, 2nd ed.) [BGS Archive Reference GSM/DC/S/3.] 1839  Full entry
Horizontal section 4. Section from the Old Red Sandstone Mynydd Bwlch-y-groes, Brecknockshire, to Craig-ddu on the coast of Cardigan Bay between Aber-Arth &. Llansantfraid by A.C. Ramsay. Reference geological maps 41, 42 N.W., 57 S.E., N.W. 1845  Full entry
No. 1. Section from Glencree across Sugar Loaf Hill, in the County of Wicklow. No. 2 Section from Lough Tay to near Five Mile Point in the County of Wicklow. 1848  Full entry
[ No. 1.] Section of the Lower Coal Measures, North Crop, near Llandibie, Caermarthenshire. By Sir Henry De la Beche. [No. 2.] Section of the Lower Coal Measures, North Crop, at Cwm Twrch, near Ystradgynlas, Brecknockshire. By Sir Henry De la Beche. [No. 3.] Forest-fach Level, Cwm Gwendraeth by W.E. Logan [No. 4.] Section shewing the Black Band Ironstone at the Cambrian Iron and Spelter Works, Glamorganshire by John Petherick. [No. 5.] Section of the Coal Measures at Llansamlet, near Swansea by W.E. Logan. [No. 6.] Section of the Coal Measures at Bryn Coch, Dyffryn, Neath, Glamorganshire by W.E. Logan. [Maps 36, 37, 41.] 1850  Full entry
Horizontal section 4. Section from the Old Red Sandstone Mynydd Bwlch-y-groes, Brecknockshire, to Craig-ddu on the coast of Cardigan Bay between Aber-Arth &. Llansantfraid by A.C. Ramsay. Reference geological maps 41, 42 N.W., 57 S.E., N.W. 1858  Full entry
Section from Gally Head, on the South coast of Cork, past Macroom to the Coalfield north of Millstreet between Mallow and Killarney. Reference to geological maps, 1 inch scale Sheets 174, 185, 193, 194, 201. 1860  Full entry
Section from Auchendrane near Ayr therough the Ayr, Kilwinning and Dalry Coalfields to the Firth of Clyde near Fairlie. By Archibald Geikie. Reference Geological maps Six-inch scale 6, 7, 11, 12, 17, 22, 27, 33, 39 Ayrshire. One-inch scale 14, 21, 22. 1871  Full entry
Section from Auchendrane near Ayr therough the Ayr, Kilwinning and Dalry Coalfields to the Firth of Clyde near Fairlie. By Archibald Geikie. Reference Geological maps Six-inch scale 6, 7, 11, 12, 17, 22, 27, 33, 39 Ayrshire. One-inch scale 14, 21, 22. 1871  Full entry
Vertical section 4. Vertical Sections illustrative of the Clyde Basin Coalfields. Arranged by James Geikie. Maps. 23, 30, 31, 1-inch, and 2, 6, 8, 9, 17, 18, 19, 31, Lanarkshire; 13, Renfrewshire; 23, 25, Dumbartonshire, 6-inch. 1874  Full entry
21  Lough Allen Coalfield. Leitrim. Sheet 21 (1877) 1877  Full entry
Sheet 4  [Isle of Man.] 1896  Full entry
Sheet 4  [Isle of Man.] 1897  Full entry
Hydrogeological map of the Chalk and Lower Greensand of Kent -Sheet 2. Folkstone Beds & Hythe Beds. 1970  Full entry
ii  [Title page, rear] 1978  Full entry
  [Flyleaf, rear] [This page contains no information] 1997  Full entry
Regional geochemistry of Wales and part of west-central England: streamwater. Geocemeg rhanbarthol Cymru a rhan o orllewin-canolbarth Lloegr: dwr nant [Title page] 1999  Full entry
  [Flyleaf, rear] [This page contains no information] 2000  Full entry
[Winchelsea, Hastings, Eastbourne, Seaford, Newhaven, Lewes, Battle.] 1893  Full entry
The Cheviot. 1932  Full entry
The Cheviot. 1951  Full entry
The Cheviot. 1971  Full entry
5W  Kirkcudbright. 1980  Full entry
5E  Dalbeattie. 1981  Full entry
[Winchelsea, Hastings, Eastbourne, Seaford, Newhaven, Lewes, Battle.] 1864  Full entry
[Winchelsea, Hastings, Eastbourne, Seaford, Newhaven, Lewes, Battle.] 1864  Full entry
[Kirkcudbright] 1879  Full entry
[Part of the Cheviots, English side.] 1888  Full entry
[Part of the Cheviots, English side.] 1888  Full entry
[Winchelsea, Hastings, Eastbourne, Seaford, Newhaven, Lewes, Battle.] 1893  Full entry
[Winchelsea, Hastings, Eastbourne, Seaford, Newhaven, Lewes, Battle.] 1893  Full entry
5 & 6  [Lancaster, Preston, Wigan, Southport, Isle of Man.] 1907  Full entry
5E  Dalbeattie. 1977  Full entry
5W  Kirkcudbright. 1977  Full entry
49 N - 10 W  Cockburn Bank Sheet 49 N - 10 W Solid Geology. 1991  Full entry
5E and part of 6W  Dalbeattie. 1993  Full entry
5E and part of 6W  Dalbeattie. 1993  Full entry
5W  Kirkcudbright. 1993  Full entry
5W  Kirkcudbright. 1993  Full entry
Kirkcudbright. 1927  Full entry
Kirkcudbright. 1962  Full entry
The Cheviot. 1976  Full entry
Carndonagh 1890  Full entry
Horizontal section 5. No. 1. Section across the Old Red Sandstone and underlying rocks from the Black Mountain Range, S.E. of Glasbury, to Allt-wen, Cardigan Bay, near Aberystwyth. Reference geological maps 42 N.E., 56 S.E.,S.W. & N.W., 57 N.E. 1845  Full entry
  Index to the colours & signs employed in the Geological Survey of Great Britain, for south western England & South Wales. n.d. (about 1844, see sheet 35 Jan 1845). [BGS Archive Reference GSM/DC/S/3.] 1845  Full entry
Horizontal section 5. No. 1. Section across the Old Red Sandstone and underlying rocks from the Black Mountain Range, S.E. of Glasbury, to Allt-wen, Cardigan Bay, near Aberystwyth. Reference geological maps 42 N.E., 56 S.E.,S.W. & N.W., 57 N.E. 1846  Full entry
Horizontal section 5. No. 1. Section across the Old Red Sandstone and underlying rocks from the Black Mountain Range, S.E. of Glasbury, to Allt-wen, Cardigan Bay, near Aberystwyth. Reference geological maps 42 N.E., 56 S.E.,S.W. & N.W., 57 N.E. 1846  Full entry
Vertical section of the South Welsh Coal Measures from Penllergare, Glamorgan, to the North Crop, near Tair Carn and Pant-y-gwastad, Caermarthenshire. By Sir Henry De la Beche. [Maps 37, 38, 41.] 1850  Full entry
Vertical Section of the South Welsh Coal Measures from Penllergare, Glamorgan, to the North Crop, near Tair Carn and Pant-y-gwastad, Caermarthenshire. By Sir Henry De la Beche. [Maps 37, 38, 41.] 1850  Full entry
Horizontal section 5. No. 1. Section across the Old Red Sandstone and underlying rocks from the Black Mountain Range, S.E. of Glasbury, to Allt-wen, Cardigan Bay, near Aberystwyth. Reference geological maps 42 N.E., 56 S.E.,S.W. & N.W., 57 N.E. 1858  Full entry
Horizontal section 5. No. 1. Section across the Old Red Sandstone and underlying rocks from the Black Mountain Range, S.E. of Glasbury, to Allt-wen, Cardigan Bay, near Aberystwyth. Reference geological maps 42 N.E., 56 S.E.,S.W. & N.W., 57 N.E. 1858  Full entry
No. 1. Section from Flat Head on the coast West of the mouth of Cork Harbour, by Minane across Carrigaline Water by Coolmore, and over the ground West of Monkstown and Passage to the shore of Loch Mahon close to Carrigrenan Point. No. 2 Section commencing at a point 2 and a half miles West of the northern end of No. 1. and passing by Garryduff, Blackrock, Glanmire and Riverstown to a point one mile West of Watergrass Hill. No. 3. Section commencing at a point 3 miles east of the termination of No. 2. and passing by Rathcormack and Fermoy and through the village of Downing. Reference to geological maps, 1 inch scale Sheets 195, 187, 176. 1860  Full entry
Section from near Loch Doon through Dalmellington and Kilmarnock Coal-Fields to border of Renfreshire at Corsewell Bridge. By Archibald Geikie. Reference Geological maps Six-inch scale 9, 13, 18, 23, 28, 34, 40, 41, 46, 52 Ayrshire. One-inch scale 14, 22. 1871  Full entry
Section from near Loch Doon through Dalmellington and Kilmarnock Coal-Fields to border of Renfreshire at Corsewell Bridge. By Archibald Geikie. Reference Geological maps Six-inch scale 9, 13, 18, 23, 28, 34, 40, 41, 46, 52 Ayrshire. One-inch scale 14, 22. 1871  Full entry
Lough Allen Coalfield. Roscommon. Sheet 1 1875  Full entry
Vertical section 5. Vertical Sections illustrative of the Stirlingshire and Clackmannanshire Coalfields. Arranged by B.N. Peach. Maps. 31, 39, 1-inch; 17, 18, 23, 24, 25, 28, 29, 30, 31, 34, 35, 38, Stirlingshire; 19A, 20, 25, 26, Dumbartonshire. 133, 134, 139, 140, 142, Perth and Clackmannanshire, 6-inch. 1877  Full entry
Sheet 5  [Lake District and parts of Durham, Yorkshire and Lancashire.] 1896  Full entry
Sheet 5  [Lake District and parts of Durham, Yorkshire and Lancashire.] 1896  Full entry
Sheet 5  [Lake District and parts of Durham, Yorkshire and Lancashire.] 1906  Full entry
Sheet 5  [Sutherlandshire, Caithness (West), and Ross and Cromartyshire (N.W. Part).] 1934  Full entry
Sheet 5  [Sutherlandshire, Caithness (West), and Ross and Cromartyshire (N.W. Part).] 1934  Full entry
Sheet 5  [Sutherlandshire, Caithness (West), and Ross and Cromartyshire (N.W. Part).] 1948  Full entry
Sheet 5  [Sutherlandshire, Caithness (West), and Ross and Cromartyshire (N.W. Part).] 1966  Full entry
Sheet 5  [Sutherlandshire, Caithness (West), and Ross and Cromartyshire (N.W. Part).] 1972  Full entry
iii  Foreward 1978  Full entry
Hydrogeological map of Northern East Anglia Sheet 1. Regional hydrological characteristics and explanatory notes. 1981  Full entry
35  Sheet SH 66 and SH 67 (Parts of sheets) Bethesda and Foel-Fras. 1986  Full entry
Regional geochemistry of North-west England and North Wales [Title page] 1997  Full entry
ii  [Title page, rear] 1999  Full entry
Regional geochemistry of Wales and part of west-central England: Stream sediment and soil. Geocemeg rhanbarthol Cymru a rahn o orllwin-canolbarth Lloegr: gwaddod nant a phridd [Front cover] [Title page] 2000  Full entry
[Bromley, Chatham, Maidstone, Tunbridge Wells, East Grinstead, Cranbrook.] 1889  Full entry
[Bromley, Chatham, Maidstone, Tunbridge Wells, East Grinstead, Cranbrook.] 1889  Full entry
[Alnwick, Howick, Dunstanborough Castle.] 1895  Full entry
Alnwick. 1930  Full entry
Sheet NY 57 Bewcastle. 1954  Full entry
Alnwick. 1956  Full entry
Sheet NY 57 Bewcastle. 1959  Full entry
Alnwick. 1972  Full entry
Alnwick. 1982  Full entry
Annan. 1983  Full entry
49 N - 10 W  Cockburn Bank 49 N - 10 W Free-air gravity anomaly. 1989  Full entry
[Bromley, Chatham, Maidstone, Tunbridge Wells, East Grinstead, Cranbrook.] 1864  Full entry
[Bromley, Chatham, Maidstone, Tunbridge Wells, East Grinstead, Cranbrook.] 1865  Full entry
[Annan] 1879  Full entry
[Bromley, Chatham, Maidstone, Tunbridge Wells, East Grinstead, Cranbrook.] 1889  Full entry
[Alnwick, Howick, Dunstanborough Castle.] 1895  Full entry
[Alnwick, Howick, Dunstanborough Castle.] 1895  Full entry
Alnwick. 1930  Full entry
Sheet NY 57 Bewcastle. 1954  Full entry
Alnwick. 1956  Full entry
Alnwick. 1967  Full entry
Alnwick. 1972  Full entry
Alnwick. 1975  Full entry
6W  Kirkbean. 1997  Full entry
6W  Kirkbean. 1998  Full entry
Sheet NY 57 Bewcastle. 1969  Full entry
6W  Kirkbean. 1997  Full entry
6W  Kirkbean. 1998  Full entry
49 N - 10 W  Cockburn Bank Sheet 49 N - 10 W Sea Bed Sediments. 1983  Full entry
Moville 1889  Full entry
Sheet NY 57 Bewcastle. 1969  Full entry
Horizontal section No. 6. Continuation of section sheet no 5. No. 1. Section across the Old Red Sandstone and underlying rocks from the Black Mountain Range, S.E. of Glasbury, to Allt-wen, Cardigan Bay, near Aberystwyth. No. 2. Section across the Silurian rocks from Gwaun Ceste, to Rhiw Gwraidd, Radnorshire by Warrington. W. Smyth. Geological maps 56SW, NW, SE and 57NE 1845  Full entry
Horizontal section No. 6. Continuation of section sheet no 5. No. 1. Section across the Old Red Sandstone and underlying rocks from the Black Mountain Range, S.E. of Glasbury, to Allt-wen, Cardigan Bay, near Aberystwyth. No. 2. Section across the Silurian rocks from Gwaun Ceste, to Rhiw Gwraidd, Radnorshire by Warrington. W. Smyth. Geological maps 56SW, NW, SE and 57NE 1846  Full entry
Horizontal section No. 6. Continuation of section sheet no 5. No. 1. Section across the Old Red Sandstone and underlying rocks from the Black Mountain Range, S.E. of Glasbury, to Allt-wen, Cardigan Bay, near Aberystwyth. No. 2. Section across the Silurian rocks from Gwaun Ceste, to Rhiw Gwraidd, Radnorshire by Warrington. W. Smyth. Geological maps 56SW, NW, SE and 57NE 1846  Full entry
  Index to the colours & signs employed in the Geological Survey of Great Britain for south western England & South Wales. Publ. by J. Arrowsmith, 24 August 1846. [Not an official publication, copied from the preceding index, item 5]. [BGS Archive Reference GSM/DC/S/3.] 1846  Full entry
Section of the Coal Measures from Penllergare to Bishopston, near Swansea, Glamorgan, by Sir Henry De La Beche. To illustrate Horizontal Section No 1 sheet 9 [Map 37.] 1850  Full entry
Section of the Coal Measures from Penllergare to Bishopston, near Swansea, Glamorgan, by Sir Henry De La Beche. To illustrate Horizontal Section No 1 sheet 9 [Map 37.] 1850  Full entry
Horizontal section No. 6. Continuation of section sheet no 5. No. 1. Section across the Old Red Sandstone and underlying rocks from the Black Mountain Range, S.E. of Glasbury, to Allt-wen, Cardigan Bay, near Aberystwyth. No. 2. Section across the Silurian rocks from Gwaun Ceste, to Rhiw Gwraidd, Radnorshire by Warrington. W. Smyth. Geological maps 56SW, NW, SE and 57NE 1858  Full entry
Section across the western termination of the Knockmealdown Hills and the Mitchellstown Valley, over the summit of Gallymore, across Slievnamuck and Oola Hill to the flanks of Slieve Phelim Hills along a line the general bearing of which is nearly north and south. Reference to geological maps, 1 inch scale Sheets 144, 154, 165. 1860  Full entry
Section from Carsewell Bridge on the March between Renfrewshire & Ayrshire, through the Gleniffer Braes, the Paisley Coal-field, the Kilpatrick Hills and Benbowie to beinn Chaorach near Garelochhead by Robert Jack. Reference Geological maps Six-inch scale 10, 13, 17, 18, 22, 23, 28. Dumbartonshire 7, 8, 11, 15, 16, 18 Renfrewshire & 9 Ayrshire. One-inch scale 22, 30, 36. 1876  Full entry
Section from Carsewell Bridge on the March between Renfrewshire & Ayrshire, through the Gleniffer Braes, the Paisley Coal-field, the Kilpatrick Hills and Benbowie to beinn Chaorach near Garelochhead by Robert Jack. Reference Geological maps Six-inch scale 10, 13, 17, 18, 22, 23, 28. Dumbartonshire 7, 8, 11, 15, 16, 18 Renfrewshire & 9 Ayrshire. One-inch scale 22, 30, 36. 1876  Full entry
Lough Allen Coalfield. Roscommon. Sheet 2 1876  Full entry
Vertical section 6. Vertical Sections illustrative of the Muirkirk, Glenbuck, Lesmahagow, Douglas, and Ponfeigh Coalfields. Maps. 15, 23, I-inch; 25, 26, 30, 31, 36, Ayrshire; 31, 32, 37, 38, 41, Lanarkshire, 6-inch. 1879  Full entry
Sheet 6  [East Yorkshire.] 1889  Full entry
Sheet 6  [East Yorkshire.] 1889  Full entry
Sheet 6  [Caithness, central and eastern parts.] 1920  Full entry
Sheet 6  [Caithness, central and eastern parts.] 1920  Full entry
Sheet 6  [Caithness, central and eastern parts.] 1948  Full entry
Sheet 6  [Caithness, central and eastern parts.] 1948  Full entry
iv  Project staff 1978  Full entry
Hydrogeological map of Northern East Anglia Sheet 2. Chalk, Crag and Lower Cretaceous Sands: Geological structure. 1981  Full entry
49 N - 10 W  Cockburn Bank 49 N - 10 W Bouguer anomaly. 1988  Full entry
49 N - 10 W  Cockburn Bank 49 N - 10 W Aeromagnetic anomaly. 1989  Full entry
ii  [Title page, rear] 1997  Full entry
iii  Preface 1999  Full entry
ii  [Title page, rear] 2000  Full entry
[Western part of,London St,,Albans,Wendover, High Wycombe, Windsor, Staines, Uxbridge.] 1877  Full entry
[Western part of,London St,,Albans,Wendover, High Wycombe, Windsor, Staines, Uxbridge.] 1885  Full entry
[Plashetts, Kielder, part of Cheviots.] 1888  Full entry
[Plashetts, Kielder, part of Cheviots.] 1888  Full entry
Kielder Castle. 1950  Full entry
Kielder Castle. 1970  Full entry
Girvan. 1981  Full entry
[Western part of,London St,,Albans,Wendover, High Wycombe, Windsor, Staines, Uxbridge.] 1861  Full entry
[Western part of,London St,,Albans,Wendover, High Wycombe, Windsor, Staines, Uxbridge.] 1865  Full entry
Girvan 1867  Full entry
[Girvan] 1867  Full entry
[Western part of,London St,,Albans,Wendover, High Wycombe, Windsor, Staines, Uxbridge.] 1869  Full entry
[Western part of,London St,,Albans,Wendover, High Wycombe, Windsor, Staines, Uxbridge.] 1885  Full entry
[Western part of,London St,,Albans,Wendover, High Wycombe, Windsor, Staines, Uxbridge.] 1885  Full entry
[Western part of,London St,,Albans,Wendover, High Wycombe, Windsor, Staines, Uxbridge.] 1885  Full entry
[Plashetts, Kielder, part of Cheviots.] 1888  Full entry
[Girvan] 1898  Full entry
[Leeds, Manchester, York.] 1907  Full entry
[Leeds, Manchester, York.] 1934  Full entry
Kielder Castle. 1950  Full entry
Kielder Castle. 1971  Full entry
Girvan. 1979  Full entry
Girvan. 1988  Full entry
Girvan. 1926  Full entry
Girvan. 1961  Full entry
46  Sheet SD 18 and part of SD 28 Black Combe. 1998  Full entry
49 N - 10 W  Cockburn Bank Sheet 49 N - 10 W Sea Bed Sediments. 1983  Full entry
Giant's Causeway 1887  Full entry
Horizontal section 7. No. 1. Section across the Coal-field of South Wales, from the Mountain Limestone from near Mynydd Garreg, by Pembray, to the Mountain Limestone near Spritsail Tor, Llanmadoc, Gower. On a line North & South by W.E. Logan. (Vertical Section, 1.) 2. Section on the North Crop of the South Welsh coal-field from Brondyne Hill, by Pont Yates, to the Mountain Limestone near Yr Hen Goed. Caermarthenshire. On a line 41 degrees W. of N. by W.E. Logan (Vertical Section, 3.) No. 3. Section from Penclawdd, across Cefn-y-bryn, to Oxwich Point, Gower. On a line 17 degrees E. of N. by W.E. Logan (Vertical Section, 2.) Reference geological maps 37, 41. 1845  Full entry
Horizontal section 7. No. 1. Section across the Coal-field of South Wales, from the Mountain Limestone from near Mynydd Garreg, by Pembray, to the Mountain Limestone near Spritsail Tor, Llanmadoc, Gower. On a line North & South by W.E. Logan. (Vertical Section, 1.) 2. Section on the North Crop of the South Welsh coal-field from Brondyne Hill, by Pont Yates, to the Mountain Limestone near Yr Hen Goed. Caermarthenshire. On a line 41 degrees W. of N. by W.E. Logan (Vertical Section, 3.) No. 3. Section from Penclawdd, across Cefn-y-bryn, to Oxwich Point, Gower. On a line 17 degrees E. of N. by W.E. Logan (Vertical Section, 2.) Reference geological maps 37, 41. 1845  Full entry
  Index to the colours and signs employed in the maps and sections of the Geological Survey of Great Britain for south western England & South Wales (with MS additions). n.d. (after 1846, before 1856) [BGS Archive Reference GSM/DC/S/3.] 1847  Full entry
No. 1. Section of the Coal Measures at Llangeinor, Glamorganshire, the property of the Duchy of Lancaster by Sir Henry De la Beche & W.E. Logan. To illustrate Horizontal Section Sheet , 10, Nos. 1, 2, & 3. [Map 36.] No. 2. Section of the Coal measures, Mountain Limestone & part of the Old Red Sandstone of the Forest of Dean. To illustrate Horizontal Section Sheet , 12, No. 1, and Sheet 15, No. 2. [Map 43.] 1850  Full entry
Horizontal section 7. No. 1. Section across the Coal-field of South Wales, from the Mountain Limestone from near Mynydd Garreg, by Pembray, to the Mountain Limestone near Spritsail Tor, Llanmadoc, Gower. On a line North & South by W.E. Logan. (Vertical Section, 1.) 2. Section on the North Crop of the South Welsh coal-field from Brondyne Hill, by Pont Yates, to the Mountain Limestone near Yr Hen Goed. Caermarthenshire. On a line 41 degrees W. of N. by W.E. Logan (Vertical Section, 3.) No. 3. Section from Penclawdd, across Cefn-y-bryn, to Oxwich Point, Gower. On a line 17 degrees E. of N. by W.E. Logan (Vertical Section, 2.) Reference geological maps 37, 41. 1860  Full entry
Horizontal section 7. No. 1. Section across the Coal-field of South Wales, from the Mountain Limestone from near Mynydd Garreg, by Pembray, to the Mountain Limestone near Spritsail Tor, Llanmadoc, Gower. On a line North & South by W.E. Logan. (Vertical Section, 1.) 2. Section on the North Crop of the South Welsh coal-field from Brondyne Hill, by Pont Yates, to the Mountain Limestone near Yr Hen Goed. Caermarthenshire. On a line 41 degrees W. of N. by W.E. Logan (Vertical Section, 3.) No. 3. Section from Penclawdd, across Cefn-y-bryn, to Oxwich Point, Gower. On a line 17 degrees E. of N. by W.E. Logan (Vertical Section, 2.) Reference geological maps 37, 41. 1860  Full entry
Section No. 1. Across the Limerick Basin from the Cratloe Hills over Knockroe, Ballybrood and Cromwell's Hill, to to the neighbourhood of Emly. Section No. 2. From Cromwell's Hill, north of hospital across Kilteely and between Drokeen and Caherconlish to Maddyboy whence it turns to the north east in order to touch the Old Red Sandstone. Reference to geological maps, 1 inch scale Sheets 143, 144, 154. 1860  Full entry
35  Lough Allen Coalfield. Sligo. Sheet 35 (1876) 1876  Full entry
Section from Lammermuir Hills across the valley of the River Tweed to the top of the Cheviot Hills. By James Geikie. Reference Geological maps Six-inch scale Berwickshire 15, 21, 27, 28. Roxburghshire 6, 10, 16, 22, 28. One-inch scale 17, 18, 25, 26. 1877  Full entry
Section from Lammermuir Hills across the valley of the River Tweed to the top of the Cheviot Hills. By James Geikie. Reference Geological maps Six-inch scale Berwickshire 15, 21, 27, 28. Roxburghshire 6, 10, 16, 22, 28. One-inch scale 17, 18, 25, 26. 1877  Full entry
Vertical section 7. Vertical Sections illustrative of thc Coalfields of the Clyde Valley between Rutherglen and Carluke. Arranged by James Geikie. Maps. 23, 31, 1-inch; 7 8, 10, 12, 18, 19, 24, Lanarkshire, 6-inch. 1879  Full entry
Sheet 7  [Anglesey and coast of Wales: Landudno to Aberaeron.] 1896  Full entry
Sheet 7  [Anglesey and coast of Wales: Landudno to Aberaeron.] 1896  Full entry
Contents 1978  Full entry
Hydrogeological map of Southern East Anglia - Sheet 1. Regional hydrogeological characteristics and explanatory notes. 1981  Full entry
iii  Preface 1997  Full entry
iv  Foreward 1999  Full entry
iii  Preface 2000  Full entry
[Wokingham, Kingston, Croydon, Farnham Guildford, Dorking, Reigate, Hindhead.] 1887  Full entry
[Wokingham, Kingston, Croydon, Farnham Guildford, Dorking, Reigate, Hindhead.] 1887  Full entry
[Otterburn, Elsdon, Harbottle.] 1889  Full entry
[Otterburn, Elsdon, Harbottle.] 1889  Full entry
[Flamborough Head and Grimsby.] 1906  Full entry
[Flamborough Head and Grimsby.] 1935  Full entry
Elsdon. 1951  Full entry
Elsdon. 1969  Full entry
8E  Loch Doon. 1980  Full entry
8W  Carrick. 1981  Full entry
[Wokingham, Kingston, Croydon, Farnham Guildford, Dorking, Reigate, Hindhead.] 1868  Full entry
[Wokingham, Kingston, Croydon, Farnham Guildford, Dorking, Reigate, Hindhead.] 1868  Full entry
[Wokingham, Kingston, Croydon, Farnham Guildford, Dorking, Reigate, Hindhead.] 1887  Full entry
[Otterburn, Elsdon, Harbottle.] 1889  Full entry
[Otterburn, Elsdon, Harbottle.] 1889  Full entry
[Carrick] 1893  Full entry
[Flamborough Head and Grimsby.] 1908  Full entry
[Flamborough Head and Grimsby.] 1935  Full entry
Elsdon. 1951  Full entry
Elsdon. 1965  Full entry
8E  Loch Doon. 1977  Full entry
8W  Carrick. 1978  Full entry
49 N - 10 W  Cockburn Bank Sheet 49 N - 10 W Solid Geology. 1991  Full entry
8E  Loch Doon. 1994  Full entry
8E  Loch Doon. 1994  Full entry
8W  Carrick. 1994  Full entry
8W  Carrick. 1995  Full entry
8E  Loch Doon. 2010  Full entry
Carrick. 1929  Full entry
Carrick. 1962  Full entry
19  Sheet SK 07 Buxton. 1975  Full entry
Ballycastle 1887  Full entry
Ballycastle 1907  Full entry
Horizontal section 8. Section across the Coal Measures of Caermarthenshire and Glamorganshire, from the Carboniferous Limestone on the North of Cottage Hall, to the Sea in Caswell Bay by W.E. Logan & W.P. Sturve Reference geological maps 37, 41. 1845  Full entry
Vertical Sections of the Coal Measures in South Wales and Monmouthshire by David H. Williams. No. 1. Merthyr Tydfil District. No. 2. Ebbw Vale. No. 3. Cwmtelery. No. 4. Pont-y-pool District. No. 5. Risca. [Maps 36, 42, S.W., S.E.] 1850  Full entry
Vertical Sections of the Coal Measures in South Wales and Monmouthshire by David H. Williams. No. 1. Merthyr Tydfil District. No. 2. Ebbw Vale. No. 3. Cwmtelery. No. 4. Pont-y-pool District. No. 5. Risca. [Maps 36, 42, S.W., S.E.] 1850  Full entry
  Index to the colours and signs employed in the maps and sections of the Geological Survey of Great Britain for Wales, the Midlands and southern & western counties of England. Jan 1856. [First of the Murchison series, incorporating a newly revised colour scheme together with the introduction of an alphabetic letter for each geological System] [BGS Archive Reference GSM/DC/S/3.] 1856  Full entry
Horizontal section 8. Section across the Coal Measures of Caermarthenshire and Glamorganshire, from the Carboniferous Limestone on the North of Cottage Hall, to the Sea in Caswell Bay by W.E. Logan & W.P. Sturve Reference geological maps 37, 41. 1860  Full entry
No. 1. Section from the Old Red Sandstone at Uregare Co. Limerick across Knockdirk and Ballybrood to Drumsalagh, Portnard, and the flanks of the Slieve Phelim Hills. No. 2. Section from Lough Gur, Co. Limerick by Rawleystown Court, and over Knockroe to the village of Inch. 3. Section from near Cloverville House, east of Ballybrood, Co. Limerick across Pallas Hill south of Cross Cottage to the Parish of Tuoghcluggin. 4. Section from Rockhill to the village of Ballinleeny, Co. Limerick. 5. Section across Knockfeerina, Co. Limerick. Reference to geological maps, 1 inch scale Sheets 144, 153, 154. 1860  Full entry
Horizontal section 8. Section across the Coal Measures of Caermarthenshire and Glamorganshire, from the Carboniferous Limestone on the North of Cottage Hall, to the Sea in Caswell Bay by W.E. Logan & W.P. Sturve Reference geological maps 37, 41. 1872  Full entry
Horizontal section 8. Section across the Coal Measures of Caermarthenshire and Glamorganshire, from the Carboniferous Limestone on the North of Cottage Hall, to the Sea in Caswell Bay by W.E. Logan & W.P. Sturve Reference geological maps 37, 41. 1872  Full entry
Section from Dumgoyn, Strathblane, across the valleys of the River Kelvin, Clyde and Irvine to the moors south of Loudoun Hill By James Geikie and R.L. Jack. Reference Geological Survey maps Six-inch scale 21, 27, 32, 33 Stirlingshire. 1, 2, 7, 10, 11, 16, 22, 23, 29, 30, Lanarkshire. 20, 25 Ayrshire. One-inch scale 22, 23, 30, 31. 1877  Full entry
Section from Dumgoyn, Strathblane, across the valleys of the River Kelvin, Clyde and Irvine to the moors south of Loudoun Hill By James Geikie and R.L. Jack. Reference Geological Survey maps Six-inch scale 21, 27, 32, 33 Stirlingshire. 1, 2, 7, 10, 11, 16, 22, 23, 29, 30, Lanarkshire. 20, 25 Ayrshire. One-inch scale 22, 23, 30, 31. 1877  Full entry
46  Tyrone coalfield. Tyrone. Sheet 46 (1877) 1877  Full entry
Sheet 8  [Central England: Birmingham, Rugby, Nottingham, Sheffield and North-eastern parts of Wales.] 1896  Full entry
Sheet 8  [Central England: Birmingham, Rugby, Nottingham, Sheffield and North-eastern parts of Wales.] 1896  Full entry
Sheet 8  [Central England: Birmingham, Rugby, Nottingham, Sheffield and North-eastern parts of Wales.] 1901  Full entry
Vertical section 8. Vertical Sections illustrative of the Ayrshire Coalfields (Areas I and II), Kilmarnock, Stevenston and Kilbirnie Districts. 1-inch Map 22. 1924  Full entry
vi  [Blank page] [This page contains no information] 1978  Full entry
Hydrogeological map of Southern East Anglia - Sheet 2. Chalk, Crag and Lower Greensand: geological structure. 1981  Full entry
iv  Photo 1997  Full entry
Rhagair 1999  Full entry
iv  Foreward 2000  Full entry
Vertical section 8. Vertical Sections illustrative of the Ayrshire Coalfields (Areas I and II), Kilmarnock, Stevenston and Kilbirnie Districts. 1-inch Map 22.   Full entry
Rothbury. 2009  Full entry
[Brighton, Worthing, Chichester, Midhurst, Haslemere, Horsham.] 1893  Full entry
[Rothbury.] 1895  Full entry
Rothbury. 1934  Full entry
Rothbury. 1965  Full entry
Rothbury. 1977  Full entry
9W  New Galloway. 1979  Full entry
9E  Thornhill. 1980  Full entry
50 N - 10 W  Labadie Bank 50 N - 10 W Free-air gravity anomaly. 1989  Full entry
[Brighton, Worthing, Chichester, Midhurst, Haslemere, Horsham.] 1864  Full entry
[Brighton, Worthing, Chichester, Midhurst, Haslemere, Horsham.] 1864  Full entry
[Brighton, Worthing, Chichester, Midhurst, Haslemere, Horsham.] 1864  Full entry
[Maxwelltown] 1874  Full entry
[Brighton, Worthing, Chichester, Midhurst, Haslemere, Horsham.] 1893  Full entry
[Rothbury.] 1895  Full entry
9 & 10  [Barmouth, Chester, Holyhead, Shrewsbury.] 1910  Full entry
9 & 10  [Barmouth, Chester, Holyhead, Shrewsbury.] 1930  Full entry
Rothbury. 1934  Full entry
Rothbury. 1966  Full entry
9 & 10  [Barmouth, Chester, Holyhead, Shrewsbury.] 1968  Full entry
9E  Thornhill. 1978  Full entry
9W  New Galloway. 1978  Full entry
9E  Thornhill. 1996  Full entry
9W  New Galloway. 1998  Full entry
Maxwelltown. 1933  Full entry
Maxwelltown. 1962  Full entry
22  Sheet SH 75 Capel Curig and Betws-y-Coed. 1976  Full entry
49 N - 08 W  Scilly Sheet 49 N - 08 W Sea Bed Sediments. 1982  Full entry
Gweedore 1889  Full entry
Horizontal section 9. No. 1. Section across a portion of the South Welsh Coalfield, from Craig and Cefn Drim, by Mynydd Carn Goch & Cline Wood, to the Mountain Limestone at Caswell Bay, Gower, Glamorganshire. No. 2. Section from Cilfay Hill, Swansea, to Castell Craig Cennen, on the North Crop of the Mountain Limestone, by W.E. Logan. Reference geological maps 37, 41. (Vertical Section, 6.) 1844  Full entry
Section of the Lower Coal Measures in Glamorganshire and Monmouthshire, illustrative of their decrease from Aberdare eastward to Abersychan by David H. Williams. [Maps 36, 42 S.W., S.E.] 1850  Full entry
Section of the Lower Coal Measures in Glamorganshire and Monmouthshire, illustrative of their decrease from Aberdare eastward to Abersychan by David H. Williams. [Maps 36, 42 S.W., S.E.] 1850  Full entry
Horizontal section 9. No. 1. Section across a portion of the South Welsh Coalfield, from Craig and Cefn Drim, by Mynydd Carn Goch & Cline Wood, to the Mountain Limestone at Caswell Bay, Gower, Glamorganshire. No. 2. Section from Cilfay Hill, Swansea, to Castell Craig Cennen, on the North Crop of the Mountain Limestone, by W.E. Logan. Reference geological maps 37, 41.] (Vertical Section, 6.) 1854  Full entry
Horizontal section 9. No. 1. Section across a portion of the South Welsh Coalfield, from Craig and Cefn Drim, by Mynydd Carn Goch & Cline Wood, to the Mountain Limestone at Caswell Bay, Gower, Glamorganshire. No. 2. Section from Cilfay Hill, Swansea, to Castell Craig Cennen, on the North Crop of the Mountain Limestone, by W.E. Logan. Reference geological maps 37, 41. (Vertical Section, 6.) 1860  Full entry
Section No. 1. Across Keeper Hill and the Silvermines district. Section No. 2. From Ballyard graveyard across the Kilmastulla Valley, to the flanks of the Arra Mountains. Section No. 3. From Carrickallybaun (two miles N. of Killaloe), through Tomgraney, to Drewsborough House. Section No. 4. From the south slope of the Cratloe Mountains across Slieve Bernagh, by Kilkishen to Danganville. Section No. 5. Across the high ground between Mauricemills and Ennis. Reference to geological maps, 1 inch scale Sheets 132, 133, 134, 143. 1861  Full entry
  Index to the colours and signs employed in the maps and sections of the Geological Survey of Great Britain, up to 1865. [BGS Archive Reference GSM/DC/S/3.] 1865  Full entry
Horizontal section 9. No. 1. Section across a portion of the South Welsh Coalfield, from Craig and Cefn Drim, by Mynydd Carn Goch & Cline Wood, to the Mountain Limestone at Caswell Bay, Gower, Glamorganshire. No. 2. Section from Cilfay Hill, Swansea, to Castell Craig Cennen, on the North Crop of the Mountain Limestone, by W.E. Logan. Reference geological maps 37, 41. (Vertical Section, 6.) 1872  Full entry
47  Tyrone coalfield. Tyrone. Sheet 47 1874  Full entry
Section No. 1 From Greenfield near Drumclog, Lanarkshire across the Muirkirk Coal-field to Spango Water. By James Geikie & B.N. Peach. Section No. 2. From Meanlour Hill across the Wellwood (Muirkirk) and Mansfield (New Cumnock) Collieries to Polstacher Burn. By B.N. Peach. Reference Geological maps Six-inch scale Lanarkshire 30, 36, 41, 45. Ayrshire 25, 30, 31, 36, 42, 46. Dumfriesshire 6. One-inch scale 15, 23. 1880  Full entry
Section No. 1 From Greenfield near Drumclog, Lanarkshire across the Muirkirk Coal-field to Spango Water. By James Geikie & B.N. Peach. Section No. 2. From Meanlour Hill across the Wellwood (Muirkirk) and Mansfield (New Cumnock) Collieries to Polstacher Burn. By B.N. Peach. Reference Geological maps Six-inch scale Lanarkshire 30, 36, 41, 45. Ayrshire 25, 30, 31, 36, 42, 46. Dumfriesshire 6. One-inch scale 15, 23. 1880  Full entry
Sheet 9  [Eastern counties: including Lincoln, Northampton, and Cambridge.] 1895  Full entry
Sheet 9  [Eastern counties: including Lincoln, Northampton, and Cambridge.] 1895  Full entry
Sheet 9  [Bannffshire, eastern Elginshire, Northern and Central Aberdeenshire and parts of East Inverness-shire and North Kincardineshire.] 1926  Full entry
Sheet 9  [Bannffshire, eastern Elginshire, Northern and Central Aberdeenshire and parts of East Inverness-shire and North Kincardineshire.] 1926  Full entry
Vertical section 9. Vertical sections illustrating the Central Coalfield. Coal Measures showing strata above Splint Coal in areas V and VII. Rutherglen, Motherwell and Coatbridge Districts. On a scale of 40 feet to 1 inch. 1926  Full entry
Sheet 9  [Bannffshire, eastern Elginshire, Northern and Central Aberdeenshire and parts of East Inverness-shire and North Kincardineshire.] 1948  Full entry
Sheet 9  [Bannffshire, eastern Elginshire, Northern and Central Aberdeenshire and parts of East Inverness-shire and North Kincardineshire.] 1969  Full entry
Sheet 9  [Bannffshire, eastern Elginshire, Northern and Central Aberdeenshire and parts of East Inverness-shire and North Kincardineshire] 1974  Full entry

 

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