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GEOLOGY OF THE COUNTRY AROUND CHAPEL EN LE FRITH (second hand copy)

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GEOLOGY OF THE COUNTRY
AROUND CHAPEL EN LE FRITH


By I.P. Stevenson and G.D. Gaunt

(Second hand copy in excellent condition) (Hardback)


This comprehensive, 444 page geological survey memoir describes the geology of the northern part of the Peak District National Park almost as far south as Buxton. It covers Kinder Scout, Mam Tor, Treak Cliff, Castleton, Middleton Dale and Stanage Edge. 

The area is noted for its fossiliferous limestones and associated lead veins, including the famous Blue John mines. It also covers the intrusive igneous rocks and the moorlands and crags of Millstone Grit.

Hardback. Dust jacket. 444 pages. Black and white plans, sections, maps and photographs, including several fold-out pages. Published by the Institute of Geological Sciences (British Geological Survey) (HMSO). 1971.

Excellent (almost 'as new') condition.



Size: 25 x 16 centimetres
Weight: 1.04 kilograms

PRICE: £16.00
GEOLOGY OF THE COUNTRY AROUND CHAPEL EN LE FRITH (second hand copy)