The Geology of the East Midlands
Front: Cross-bedded fluvial pebbly sandstones of the Triassic,
Nottingham Castle Sandstone Formation (Sherwood Sandstone Group),
The Park Tunnel, Nottingham.
(Top) The Ashover Grit (Namurian) forming Black Rocks and overlooking
Dene Quarry cut into Monsal Dale Limestones (Dinantian), Derbyshire.
(Bottom) Metamorphosed Precambrian volcanoclastics in Bradgate
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This publication includes
the following -
Part 1: The Precambrian
Geology and Geological History of the East Midlands
Excursion 1: The Late Precambrian Rocks of Bradgate Park,
Charnwood Forest, Leicestershire.
Excursion 2: The Late Precambrian Rocks of North Charnwood.
Excursion 3: Precambrian Geology and Scenery of Northwest Charnwood.
Excursion 4: The Carboniferous Limestone around Wirksworth.
Excursion 5: Carboniferous Rocks and Mineralization of the Ashover
Excursion 6: The Edale Shales and Ashover Grit of the Ecclesbourne
Valley and Alport Hill.
Part 3: The Permian
to Middle Jurassic Geological History of the East Midlands
Excursion 8: The Permo-Trias of North Nottinghamshire.
Excursion 9: The Permo-Triassic Rocks of Nottingham.
Excursion 10: Liassic of the Vale of Belvoir.
Excursion 11: Middle Jurassic of South Lincolnshire, Leicestershire