Geological Survey of England and Wales, Horizontal sections

Sections were the first attempt by the Survey to indicate 'the arrangement of rocks beneath the surface'. Undertaken on the scale of six inches to the mile they were coloured in accordance with the one-inch geological maps. The lines were very carefully surveyed and complete notes of the geology traversed were made. They were issued with a short explanatory pamphlet. The Horizontal Sections were engraved on copper and published on sheets and may include up to six lines or 36 miles of sections. About 148 sections were published between 1844 and 1894.

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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. 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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
10  Horizontal section 10. No. 1. Section across part of the Coal-field of Glamorganshire, South Wales, from near Bryn Cethin Uchaf, by Mynydd Llangeinor, to Blaen Afon by D.H. Williams. No. 2. Section across part of the Coal field of Glamorganshire, South Wales from Mynydd Moel Geulau to Mynydd Llandyfodwg by D.H. Williams. No. 3. Section across part of the Coal field of Glamorganshire, South Wales from the Ogmore, near Bryn Menyn, to Blaen Afon by D.H. Williams (Vertical Section, 7.) No. 4. Section across part of the Coal field of Glamorganshire, South Wales from Trecastell to the Rhondda by Sir Henry de la Beche. [Map 36.] 1845  Full entry
10  Horizontal section 10. No. 1. Section across part of the Coal-field of Glamorganshire, South Wales, from near Bryn Cethin Uchaf, by Mynydd Llangeinor, to Blaen Afon by D.H. Williams. No. 2. Section across part of the Coal field of Glamorganshire, South Wales from Mynydd Moel Geulau to Mynydd Llandyfodwg by D.H. Williams. No. 3. Section across part of the Coal field of Glamorganshire, South Wales from the Ogmore, near Bryn Menyn, to Blaen Afon by D.H. Williams (Vertical Section, 7.) No. 4. Section across part of the Coal field of Glamorganshire, South Wales from Trecastell to the Rhondda by Sir Henry de la Beche. [Map 36.] 1860  Full entry
10  Horizontal section 10. No. 1. Section across part of the Coal-field of Glamorganshire, South Wales, from near Bryn Cethin Uchaf, by Mynydd Llangeinor, to Blaen Afon by D.H. Williams. No. 2. Section across part of the Coal field of Glamorganshire, South Wales from Mynydd Moel Geulau to Mynydd Llandyfodwg by D.H. Williams. No. 3. Section across part of the Coal field of Glamorganshire, South Wales from the Ogmore, near Bryn Menyn, to Blaen Afon by D.H. Williams (Vertical Section, 7.) No. 4. Section across part of the Coal field of Glamorganshire, South Wales from Trecastell to the Rhondda by Sir Henry de la Beche. [Map 36.] 1860  Full entry
10  Horizontal section 10. No. 1. Section across part of the Coal-field of Glamorganshire, South Wales, from near Bryn Cethin Uchaf, by Mynydd Llangeinor, to Blaen Afon by D.H. Williams. No. 2. Section across part of the Coal field of Glamorganshire, South Wales from Mynydd Moel Geulau to Mynydd Llandyfodwg by D.H. Williams. No. 3. Section across part of the Coal field of Glamorganshire, South Wales from the Ogmore, near Bryn Menyn, to Blaen Afon by D.H. Williams (Vertical Section, 7.) No. 4. Section across part of the Coal field of Glamorganshire, South Wales from Trecastell to the Rhondda by Sir Henry de la Beche. [Map 36.] 1860  Full entry
11  Horizontal section 11. Section from the Bendrick Rock, near Barry Island, Glamorganshire, to Allt Llwyd, Brecknockshire by Sir H.T. De la Beche & D.H. Williams. Reference geological maps 20, 36, 42 S.W. 1845  Full entry
11  Horizontal section 11. Section from the Bendrick Rock, near Barry Island, Glamorganshire, to Allt Llwyd, Brecknockshire by Sir H.T. De la Beche & D.H. Williams. Reference geological maps 20, 36, 42 S.W. 1860  Full entry
11  Horizontal section 11. Section from the Bendrick Rock, near Barry Island, Glamorganshire, to Allt Llwyd, Brecknockshire by Sir H.T. De la Beche & D.H. Williams. Reference geological maps 20, 36, 42 S.W. 1878  Full entry
12  Horizontal section 12. From the Ebwy River, near Cefn Crib, Monmouthshire, by the Limestone Quarry near Ynys Can, the Usk River, near Castle Barn, Cwm Carfan Hill, across the Forest of Dean near Coleford & Little Dean to Garden Cliff, Gloucestershire on the East side of the River Severn. Reference geological maps 35, 36, 43 S.W., S.E. (Vertical Section, 7.) 1846  Full entry
12  Horizontal section 12. From the Ebwy River, near Cefn Crib, Monmouthshire, by the Limestone Quarry near Ynys Can, the Usk River, near Castle Barn, Cwm Carfan Hill, across the Forest of Dean near Coleford & Little Dean to Garden Cliff, Gloucestershire on the East side of the River Severn. Reference geological maps 35, 36, 43 S.W., S.E. (Vertical Section, 7.) 1860  Full entry
13  Horizontal section 13. No. 1. Section from Edge Hill, Forest of Dean, through Abinghall Church, to Taynton House. No. 2. Section across the Silurian District of Woolhope. (Vertical Section, 15.) No. 3. Section through Keys End Hill and Berrow Hill. No. 4. Section from near Ledbury, through Sitch Wood, over the North point of Swinyard Hill. No. 5. Section from Old Castle through the Herefordshire Beacon (Malvern Hills). No. 6. Section from Brockhill Copse through the Wych, (Malvern Hills) No. 7. Section from near Hall Court through the Worcestershire Beacon, (Malvern Hills) No. 8. Section by Howler's Heath and the Obelisk in Eastnor Park. [By John Phillips]. Reference geological maps 43, N.W., N.E., S.E., 55 S.E. 1846  Full entry
13  Horizontal section 13. No. 1. Section from Edge Hill, Forest of Dean, through Abinghall Church, to Taynton House. No. 2. Section across the Silurian District of Woolhope. (Vertical Section, 15.) No. 3. Section through Keys End Hill and Berrow Hill. No. 4. Section from near Ledbury, through Sitch Wood, over the North point of Swinyard Hill. No. 5. Section from Old Castle through the Herefordshire Beacon (Malvern Hills). No. 6. Section from Brockhill Copse through the Wych, (Malvern Hills) No. 7. Section from near Hall Court through the Worcestershire Beacon, (Malvern Hills) No. 8. Section by Howler's Heath and the Obelisk in Eastnor Park. [By John Phillips]. Reference geological maps 43, N.W., N.E., S.E., 55 S.E. 1846  Full entry
13  Horizontal section 13. No. 1. Section from Edge Hill, Forest of Dean, through Abinghall Church, to Taynton House. No. 2. Section across the Silurian District of Woolhope. (Vertical Section, 15.) No. 3. Section through Keys End Hill and Berrow Hill. No. 4. Section from near Ledbury, through Sitch Wood, over the North point of Swinyard Hill. No. 5. Section from Old Castle through the Herefordshire Beacon (Malvern Hills). No. 6. Section from Brockhill Copse through the Wych, (Malvern Hills) No. 7. Section from near Hall Court through the Worcestershire Beacon, (Malvern Hills) No. 8. Section by Howler's Heath and the Obelisk in Eastnor Park. [By John Phillips]. Reference geological maps 43, N.W., N.E., S.E., 55 S.E. 1855  Full entry
13  Horizontal section 13. No. 1. Section from Edge Hill, Forest of Dean, through Abinghall Church, to Taynton House. No. 2. Section across the Silurian District of Woolhope. (Vertical Section, 15.) No. 3. Section through Keys End Hill and Berrow Hill. No. 4. Section from near Ledbury, through Sitch Wood, over the North point of Swinyard Hill. No. 5. Section from Old Castle through the Herefordshire Beacon (Malvern Hills). No. 6. Section from Brockhill Copse through the Wych, (Malvern Hills) No. 7. Section from near Hall Court through the Worcestershire Beacon, (Malvern Hills) No. 8. Section by Howler's Heath and the Obelisk in Eastnor Park. [By John Phillips]. Reference geological maps 43, N.W., N.E., S.E., 55 S.E. 1860  Full entry
13  Horizontal section 13. No. 1. Section from Edge Hill, Forest of Dean, through Abinghall Church, to Taynton House. No. 2. Section across the Silurian District of Woolhope. (Vertical Section, 15.) No. 3. Section through Keys End Hill and Berrow Hill. No. 4. Section from near Ledbury, through Sitch Wood, over the North point of Swinyard Hill. No. 5. Section from Old Castle through the Herefordshire Beacon (Malvern Hills). No. 6. Section from Brockhill Copse through the Wych, (Malvern Hills) No. 7. Section from near Hall Court through the Worcestershire Beacon, (Malvern Hills) No. 8. Section by Howler's Heath and the Obelisk in Eastnor Park. [By John Phillips]. Reference geological maps 43, N.W., N.E., S.E., 55 S.E. 1860  Full entry
13  Horizontal section 13. No. 1. Section from Edge Hill, Forest of Dean, through Abinghall Church, to Taynton House. No. 2. Section across the Silurian District of Woolhope. (Vertical Section, 15.) No. 3. Section through Keys End Hill and Berrow Hill. No. 4. Section from near Ledbury, through Sitch Wood, over the North point of Swinyard Hill. No. 5. Section from Old Castle through the Herefordshire Beacon (Malvern Hills). No. 6. Section from Brockhill Copse through the Wych, (Malvern Hills) No. 7. Section from near Hall Court through the Worcestershire Beacon, (Malvern Hills) No. 8. Section by Howler's Heath and the Obelisk in Eastnor Park. [By John Phillips]. Reference geological maps 43, N.W., N.E., S.E., 55 S.E. 1860  Full entry
13  Horizontal section 13. No. 1. Section from Edge Hill, Forest of Dean, through Abinghall Church, to Taynton House. No. 2. Section across the Silurian District of Woolhope. (Vertical Section, 15.) No. 3. Section through Keys End Hill and Berrow Hill. No. 4. Section from near Ledbury, through Sitch Wood, over the North point of Swinyard Hill. No. 5. Section from Old Castle through the Herefordshire Beacon (Malvern Hills). No. 6. Section from Brockhill Copse through the Wych, (Malvern Hills) No. 7. Section from near Hall Court through the Worcestershire Beacon, (Malvern Hills) No. 8. Section by Howler's Heath and the Obelisk in Eastnor Park. [By John Phillips]. Reference geological maps 43, N.W., N.E., S.E., 55 S.E. 1860  Full entry
14  Horizontal section 14. No. 1. Section from Pyrton Passage, through Cam Long Down and Uley Bury, to Kingscote Park, Gloucestershire by H.W. Bristow. No. 2. Section from the Great Western Railroad, near Saltford Station over Round Hill, Landsdown, Charmy Down &c in the direction of Box Valley, near Slaughterford by A.C. Ramsay (Vertical Section, 11.) No. 3. Section from Dodington Park, by Winterbourn, to the Severn Flats, near Chittening Wharf. Crosses Horizontal section, 107. Reference geological maps 19, 35. 1845  Full entry
14  Horizontal section 14. No. 1. Section from Pyrton Passage, through Cam Long Down and Uley Bury, to Kingscote Park, Gloucestershire by H.W. Bristow. No. 2. Section from the Great Western Railroad, near Saltford Station over Round Hill, Landsdown, Charmy Down &c in the direction of Box Valley, near Slaughterford by A.C. Ramsay (Vertical Section, 11.) No. 3. Section from Dodington Park, by Winterbourn, to the Severn Flats, near Chittening Wharf. Crosses Horizontal section, 107. Reference geological maps 19, 35. 1845  Full entry
14  Horizontal section 14. No. 1. Section from Pyrton Passage, through Cam Long Down and Uley Bury, to Kingscote Park, Gloucestershire by H.W. Bristow. No. 2. Section from the Great Western Railroad, near Saltford Station over Round Hill, Landsdown, Charmy Down &c in the direction of Box Valley, near Slaughterford by A.C. Ramsay (Vertical Section, 11.) No. 3. Section from Dodington Park, by Winterbourn, to the Severn Flats, near Chittening Wharf. Crosses Horizontal section, 107. Reference geological maps 19, 35. 1856  Full entry
14  Horizontal section 14. No. 1. Section from Pyrton Passage, through Cam Long Down and Uley Bury, to Kingscote Park, Gloucestershire by H.W. Bristow. No. 2. Section from the Great Western Railroad, near Saltford Station over Round Hill, Landsdown, Charmy Down &c in the direction of Box Valley, near Slaughterford by A.C. Ramsay (Vertical Section, 11.) No. 3. Section from Dodington Park, by Winterbourn, to the Severn Flats, near Chittening Wharf. Crosses Horizontal section, 107. Reference geological maps 19, 35. 1860  Full entry
14  Horizontal section 14. No. 1. Section from Pyrton Passage, through Cam Long Down and Uley Bury, to Kingscote Park, Gloucestershire by H.W. Bristow. No. 2. Section from the Great Western Railroad, near Saltford Station over Round Hill, Landsdown, Charmy Down &c in the direction of Box Valley, near Slaughterford by A.C. Ramsay (Vertical Section, 11.) No. 3. Section from Dodington Park, by Winterbourn, to the Severn Flats, near Chittening Wharf. Crosses Horizontal section, 107. Reference geological maps 19, 35. 1867  Full entry
15  Horizontal section 15. No. 1. Continuation of Section 1, Sheet 22. No. 1. Section from Ridge Barn Hill, near Castle Cary, Somerset, to Jay Hill, near Bitton, Gloucestershire. No. 2. Section through the Coal Measures of the Forest of Dean, Gloucestershire by D.H. Williams. From South to North. (Vertical Sections, 7, 50.) Reference geological maps 19, 86, 43 S.E. 1845  Full entry
15  Horizontal section 15. No. 1. Continuation of Section 1, Sheet 22. No. 1. Section from Ridge Barn Hill, near Castle Cary, Somerset, to Jay Hill, near Bitton, Gloucestershire. No. 2. Section through the Coal Measures of the Forest of Dean, Gloucestershire by D.H. Williams. From South to North. (Vertical Sections, 7, 50.) Reference geological maps 19, 86, 43 S.E. 1845  Full entry
15  Horizontal section 15. No. 1. Continuation of Section 1, Sheet 22. No. 1. Section from Ridge Barn Hill, near Castle Cary, Somerset, to Jay Hill, near Bitton, Gloucestershire. No. 2. Section through the Coal Measures of the Forest of Dean, Gloucestershire by D.H. Williams. From South to North. (Vertical Sections, 7, 50.) Reference geological maps 19, 86, 43 S.E. 1856  Full entry
15  Horizontal section 15. No. 1. Continuation of Section 1, Sheet 22. No. 1. Section from Ridge Barn Hill, near Castle Cary, Somerset, to Jay Hill, near Bitton, Gloucestershire. No. 2. Section through the Coal Measures of the Forest of Dean, Gloucestershire by D.H. Williams. From South to North. (Vertical Sections, 7, 50.) Reference geological maps 19, 86, 43 S.E. 1867  Full entry
15  Horizontal section 15. No. 1. Continuation of Section 1, Sheet 22. No. 1. Section from Ridge Barn Hill, near Castle Cary, Somerset, to Jay Hill, near Bitton, Gloucestershire. No. 2. Section through the Coal Measures of the Forest of Dean, Gloucestershire by D.H. Williams. From South to North. (Vertical Sections, 7, 50.) Reference geological maps 19, 86, 43 S.E. 1871  Full entry
15  Horizontal section 15. No. 1. Continuation of Section 1, Sheet 22. No. 1. Section from Ridge Barn Hill, near Castle Cary, Somerset, to Jay Hill, near Bitton, Gloucestershire. No. 2. Section through the Coal Measures of the Forest of Dean, Gloucestershire by D.H. Williams. From South to North. (Vertical Sections, 7, 50.) Reference geological maps 19, 86, 43 S.E. 1871  Full entry
16  Horizontal section 16. No. 1. Section from Mere, Wiltshire to Vobster, Somerset. No. 2. Section from the Mendip to Nailsea Station, Bristol and Exeter Railway. No. 3. Section from Axbridge to Congresbury Moor, Somerset. (Vertical Section, 50.). H.T. De La Beche, D.H. Williams and W.T. Aveline. Reference geological maps, Map 19 1845  Full entry
16  Horizontal section 16. No. 1. Section from Mere, Wiltshire to Vobster, Somerset. No. 2. Section from the Mendip to Nailsea Station, Bristol and Exeter Railway. No. 3. Section from Axbridge to Congresbury Moor, Somerset. (Vertical Section, 50.). H.T. De La Beche, D.H. Williams and W.T. Aveline. Reference geological maps, Map 19 1856  Full entry
16  Horizontal section 16. No. 1. Section from Mere, Wiltshire to Vobster, Somerset. No. 2. Section from the Mendip to Nailsea Station, Bristol and Exeter Railway. No. 3. Section from Axbridge to Congresbury Moor, Somerset. (Vertical Section, 50.). H.T. De La Beche, D.H. Williams and W.T. Aveline. Reference geological maps, Map 19 1871  Full entry
17  Horizontal section 17. Section from Glastonbury Tor, across the Mendip Hills & Dundry Hill, Clifton, Bristol, & Blaize Castle to the Severn Flats, near Compton Greenfield by H.T. De La Beche, T.E. James, W.T. Aveline and W. Sanders. Crosses Horizontal section, 106. Reference geological maps 19, 35. 1844  Full entry
17  Horizontal section 17. Section from Glastonbury Tor, across the Mendip Hills & Dundry Hill, Clifton, Bristol, & Blaize Castle to the Severn Flats, near Compton Greenfield by H.T. De La Beche, T.E. James, W.T. Aveline and W. Sanders. Crosses Horizontal section, 106. Reference geological maps 19, 35. 1855  Full entry
17  Horizontal section 17. Section from Glastonbury Tor, across the Mendip Hills & Dundry Hill, Clifton, Bristol, & Blaize Castle to the Severn Flats, near Compton Greenfield by H.T. De La Beche, T.E. James, W.T. Aveline and W. Sanders. Crosses Horizontal section, 106. Reference geological maps 19, 35. 1860  Full entry
17  Horizontal section 17. Section from Glastonbury Tor, across the Mendip Hills & Dundry Hill, Clifton, Bristol, & Blaize Castle to the Severn Flats, near Compton Greenfield by H.T. De La Beche, T.E. James, W.T. Aveline and W. Sanders. Crosses Horizontal section, 106. Reference geological maps 19, 35. 1871  Full entry
18  Horizontal section 18. Section across the mining districts of Derbyshire, from Axe Edge to Bolshover by John Phillips. Section from the River Dane through Axe Edge towards Chelmerton Low. Section through Chelmerton Low by Taddington to Ashford. Section from Ashford, across Chatsworth Park and Eastmoor. Section from Eastmoor to Chesterfield. Section from Chesterfield to Bolsover. Reference geological maps 81, S.W., S.E.; 82 S.W. 1848  Full entry
18  Horizontal section 18. Section across the mining districts of Derbyshire, from Axe Edge to Bolshover by John Phillips. Section from the River Dane through Axe Edge towards Chelmerton Low. Section through Chelmerton Low by Taddington to Ashford. Section from Ashford, across Chatsworth Park and Eastmoor. Section from Eastmoor to Chesterfield. Section from Chesterfield to Bolsover. Reference geological maps 81, S.W., S.E.; 82 S.W. 1848  Full entry
18  Horizontal section 18. Section across the mining districts of Derbyshire, from Axe Edge to Bolshover by John Phillips. Section from the River Dane through Axe Edge towards Chelmerton Low. Section through Chelmerton Low by Taddington to Ashford. Section from Ashford, across Chatsworth Park and Eastmoor. Section from Eastmoor to Chesterfield. Section from Chesterfield to Bolsover by John Phillips. Reference geological maps 81, S.W., S.E.; 82 S.W. 1855  Full entry
18  Horizontal section 18. Section from the Red Marl Plain of Cheshire across the Lower Carboniferous rocks of North Staffordshire, the Mountain Limestone & Coal-field of Derbyshire, to the Magnesian Limestone near Bolsover by John Phillips and A.H. Green. Section from the Red Marl plain of Cheshire to the River Dane. Section from the River Dane through Axe Edge towards Chelmerton Low. Section through Chelmerton Low by Taddington to Ashford. Section from Ashford, across Chatsworth Park and Eastmoor. Section from Eastmoor to Chesterfield. Section from Chesterfield to Bolsover. Reference geological maps 81, S.W., S.E.; 82 S.W. 1865  Full entry
18  Horizontal section 18. Section from the Red Marl Plain of Cheshire across the Lower Carboniferous rocks of North Staffordshire, the Mountain Limestone & Coal-field of Derbyshire, to the Magnesian Limestone near Bolsover by John Phillips and A.H. Green. Section from the Red Marl plain of Cheshire to the River Dane. Section from the River Dane through Axe Edge towards Chelmerton Low. Section through Chelmerton Low by Taddington to Ashford. Section from Ashford, across Chatsworth Park and Eastmoor. Section from Eastmoor to Chesterfield. Section from Chesterfield to Bolsover. Reference geological maps 81, S.W., S.E.; 82 S.W. 1866  Full entry
18  Horizontal section 18. Section from the Red Marl Plain of Cheshire across the Lower Carboniferous rocks of North Staffordshire, the Mountain Limestone & Coal-field of Derbyshire, to the Magnesian Limestone near Bolsover by John Phillips and A.H. Green. Section from the Red Marl plain of Cheshire to the River Dane. Section from the River Dane through Axe Edge towards Chelmerton Low. Section through Chelmerton Low by Taddington to Ashford. Section from Ashford, across Chatsworth Park and Eastmoor. Section from Eastmoor to Chesterfield. Section from Chesterfield to Bolsover. Reference geological maps 81, S.W., S.E.; 82 S.W. 1866  Full entry
18  Horizontal section 18. Section from the Red Marl Plain of Cheshire across the Lower Carboniferous rocks of North Staffordshire, the Mountain Limestone & Coal-field of Derbyshire, to the Magnesian Limestone near Bolsover by John Phillips and A.H. Green. Section from the Red Marl plain of Cheshire to the River Dane. Section from the River Dane through Axe Edge towards Chelmerton Low. Section through Chelmerton Low by Taddington to Ashford. Section from Ashford, across Chatsworth Park and Eastmoor. Section from Eastmoor to Chesterfield. Section from Chesterfield to Bolsover. Reference geological maps 81, S.W., S.E.; 82 S.W. 1869  Full entry
19  Horizontal section 19. Section from the hill east of Honiton Church to the Tertiary strata east of Dorchester by H.W. Bristow. Reference geological maps 17, 18, 21. 1851  Full entry
19  Horizontal section 19. Section from the hill east of Honiton Church to the Tertiary strata east of Dorchester by H.W. Bristow. Reference geological maps 17, 18, 21. 1856  Full entry
19  Horizontal section 19. Section from the hill east of Honiton Church to the Tertiary strata east of Dorchester by H.W. Bristow. Reference geological maps 17, 18, 21. 1865  Full entry
20  Horizontal section 20. Section from the Bill at Portland, Dorsetshire to Ridge Barn Hill near Castle Cary, Somersetshire by Henry W. Bristow. (Vertical Section, 22.) Continued in Sheet 22, Section 1. Joins No. 15. Reference geological maps 17, 18, 19. 1852  Full entry
20  Horizontal section 20. Section from the Bill at Portland, Dorsetshire to Ridge Barn Hill near Castle Cary, Somersetshire by Henry W. Bristow. (Vertical Section, 22.) Continued in Sheet 22, Section 1. Joins No. 15. Reference geological maps 17, 18, 19. 1852  Full entry
20  Horizontal section 20. Section from the Bill at Portland, Dorsetshire to Ridge Barn Hill near Castle Cary, Somersetshire by Henry W. Bristow. (Vertical Section, 22.) Continued in Sheet 22, Section 1. Joins No. 15. Reference geological maps 17, 18, 19. 1856  Full entry
20  Horizontal section 20. Section from the Bill at Portland, Dorsetshire to Ridge Barn Hill near Castle Cary, Somersetshire by Henry W. Bristow. (Vertical Section, 22.) Continued in Sheet 22, Section 1. Joins No. 15. Reference geological maps 17, 18, 19. 1865  Full entry
20  Horizontal section 20. Section from the Bill at Portland, Dorsetshire to Ridge Barn Hill near Castle Cary, Somersetshire by Henry W. Bristow. (Vertical Section, 22.) Continued in Sheet 22, Section 1. Joins No. 15. Reference geological maps 17, 18, 19. 1878  Full entry
21  Horizontal section 21. Section from the sea at Golden Cap, Dorsetshire to the River Brue, South of Glastonbury Tor by Henry W. Bristow. Reference geological maps 17, 18, 19. Joins No. 17. 1852  Full entry
21  Horizontal section 21. Section from the sea at Golden Cap, Dorsetshire to the River Brue, South of Glastonbury Tor by Henry W. Bristow. Reference geological maps 17, 18, 19. Joins No. 17. 1856  Full entry
21  Horizontal section 21. Section from the sea at Golden Cap, Dorsetshire to the River Brue, South of Glastonbury Tor by Henry W. Bristow. Reference geological maps 17, 18, 19. Joins No. 17. 1865  Full entry
21  Horizontal section 21. Section from the sea at Golden Cap, Dorsetshire to the River Brue, South of Glastonbury Tor by Henry W. Bristow. Reference geological maps 17, 18, 19. Joins No. 17. 1873  Full entry
22  Horizontal section 22. Section 1. Continuation of Sheet 20. [Section from the Bill at Portland, Dorsetshire to Ridge Barn Hill near Castle Cary, Somersetshire by Henry W. Bristow. No. 2. Section from the Coast east of Lulworth Cove, to Cadbury Castle, Somersetshire. Reference geological maps 17, 18, 19. 1855  Full entry
22  Horizontal section 22. Section 1. Continuation of Sheet 20. [Section from the Bill at Portland, Dorsetshire to Ridge Barn Hill near Castle Cary, Somersetshire by Henry W. Bristow. No. 2. Section from the Coast east of Lulworth Cove, to Cadbury Castle, Somersetshire. Reference geological maps 17, 18, 19. 1856  Full entry
22  Horizontal section 22. Section 1. Continuation of Sheet 20. [Section from the Bill at Portland, Dorsetshire to Ridge Barn Hill near Castle Cary, Somersetshire by Henry W. Bristow. No. 2. Section from the Coast east of Lulworth Cove, to Cadbury Castle, Somersetshire. Reference geological maps 17, 18, 19. 1865  Full entry
23  Horizontal section 23. South Staffordshire Section No. 1. North and South from Bellbroughton, through Clent Hills, Dudley, Bentley, North Beaudesert and Brereton to the neighbourhood of Rugeley By J. Beete-Jukes. (Continued in Horizontal section, 57.) South Staffordshire Section No. 4. A little S. of Rugeley, across the extreme northern end of the S. Staffordshire coal field. South Staffordshire Section No. 5. East and West from Wyrley to the Brown Hills, &c. Reference geological maps 62 N.W., S.W., 54 N.W. Vertical Section, 16.) (Joins Horizontal section, 58.) 1853  Full entry
23  Horizontal section 23. South Staffordshire Section No. 1. North and South from Bellbroughton, through Clent Hills, Dudley, Bentley, North Beaudesert and Brereton to the neighbourhood of Rugeley By J. Beete-Jukes. (Continued in Horizontal section, 57.) South Staffordshire Section No. 4. A little S. of Rugeley, across the extreme northern end of the S. Staffordshire coal field. South Staffordshire Section No. 5. East and West from Wyrley to the Brown Hills, &c. Reference geological maps 62 N.W., S.W., 54 N.W. Vertical Section, 16.) (Joins Horizontal section, 58.) 1853  Full entry
23  Horizontal section 23. South Staffordshire Section No. 1. North and South from Bellbroughton, through Clent Hills, Dudley, Bentley, North Beaudesert and Brereton to the neighbourhood of Rugeley By J. Beete-Jukes. (Continued in Horizontal section, 57.) South Staffordshire Section No. 4. A little S. of Rugeley, across the extreme northern end of the S. Staffordshire coal field. South Staffordshire Section No. 5. East and West from Wyrley to the Brown Hills, &c. Reference geological maps 62 N.W., S.W., 54 N.W. Vertical Section, 16.) (Joins Horizontal section, 58.) 1856  Full entry
23  Horizontal section 23. South Staffordshire Section No. 1. North and South from Bellbroughton, through Clent Hills, Dudley, Bentley, North Beaudesert and Brereton to the neighbourhood of Rugeley by J. Beete-Jukes. (Continued in Horizontal section, 57.) South Staffordshire Section No. 4. A little S. of Rugeley, across the extreme northern end of the S. Staffordshire coal field. South Staffordshire Section No. 5. East and West from Wyrley to the Brown Hills, &c. Reference geological maps 62 N.W., S.W., 54 N.W. Vertical Section, 16.) (Joins Horizontal section, 58.) 1856  Full entry
23  Horizontal section 23. South Staffordshire Section No. 1. North and South from Bellbroughton, through Clent Hills, Dudley, Bentley, North Beaudesert and Brereton to the neighbourhood of Rugeley By J. Beete-Jukes. (Continued in Horizontal section, 57.) South Staffordshire Section No. 4. A little S. of Rugeley, across the extreme northern end of the S. Staffordshire coal field. South Staffordshire Section No. 5. East and West from Wyrley to the Brown Hills, &c. Reference geological maps 62 N.W., S.W., 54 N.W. Vertical Section, 16.) (Joins Horizontal section, 58.) 1856  Full entry
23  Horizontal section 23. South Staffordshire Section No. 1. North and South from Bellbroughton, through Clent Hills, Dudley, Bentley, North Beaudesert and Brereton to the neighbourhood of Rugeley by J. Beete-Jukes. (Continued in Horizontal section, 57.) South Staffordshire Section No. 4. A little S. of Rugeley, across the extreme northern end of the S. Staffordshire coal field. South Staffordshire Section No. 5. East and West from Wyrley to the Brown Hills, &c. Reference geological maps 62 N.W., S.W., 54 N.W. Vertical Section, 16.) (Joins Horizontal section, 58.) 1865  Full entry
24  Horizontal section 24. South Staffordshire section No. 2. North and South from Lappal by Rowley, Dudley and Sedgley, to Compton, near Wolverhampton by J. Beete Jukes. South Staffordshire section No.3. North and South, through Hagley Park Brierley Hill, Barrow Hill, Turners Hill and Lidget Hill. South Staffordshire section No. 6. East and West, through Sedgley, Darlaston and Walsall to Barr Beacon. Reference geological maps 62 S.W., 54 N.W. Joins Horizontal section, 49. (Vertical Section, 17.) 1853  Full entry
24  Horizontal section 24. South Staffordshire section No. 2. North and South from Lappal by Rowley, Dudley and Sedgley, to Compton, near Wolverhampton by J. Beete Jukes. South Staffordshire section No.3. North and South, through Hagley Park Brierley Hill, Barrow Hill, Turners Hill and Lidget Hill. South Staffordshire section No. 6. East and West, through Sedgley, Darlaston and Walsall to Barr Beacon. Reference geological maps 62 S.W., 54 N.W. Joins Horizontal section, 49. (Vertical Section, 17.) 1855  Full entry
24  Horizontal section 24. South Staffordshire section No. 2. North and South from Lappal by Rowley, Dudley and Sedgley, to Compton, near Wolverhampton by J. Beete Jukes. South Staffordshire section No.3. North and South, through Hagley Park Brierley Hill, Barrow Hill, Turners Hill and Lidget Hill. South Staffordshire section No. 6. East and West, through Sedgley, Darlaston and Walsall to Barr Beacon. Reference geological maps 62 S.W., 54 N.W. Joins Horizontal section, 49. (Vertical Section, 17.) 1856  Full entry
24  Horizontal section 24. South Staffordshire section No. 2. North and South from Lappal by Rowley, Dudley and Sedgley, to Compton, near Wolverhampton by J. Beete Jukes. South Staffordshire section No.3. North and South, through Hagley Park Brierley Hill, Barrow Hill, Turners Hill and Lidget Hill. South Staffordshire section No. 6. East and West, through Sedgley, Darlaston and Walsall to Barr Beacon. Reference geological maps 62 S.W., 54 N.W. Joins Horizontal section, 49. (Vertical Section, 17.) 1856  Full entry

 

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