Horizontal Section No. 48 (1858). Lazy Hill to Glascote, the Warwickshire Coalfield, through Hermitage Hill, Polesworth to Grendon, Heather Mill, Charnwood Forest to Wysall. Geological Survey of GB. 2nd.

Geological Survey of England and Wales

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Horizontal Section No. 48 (1858). From Lazy Hill across the Permian and New Red Sandstone to Glascote, the North end of the Warwickshire Coalfield, through Glascote Colliery, Hermitage Hill and Polesworth to Grendon, through Orton on the Hill, Gopsall, Heather Mill near Whitwick Colliery,  the North end of Charnwood Forest, Garendon Park near Stanford Hall to Wysall, near Loughborough.. Geological Survey of GB. 2nd edition. Located on Old Series one-inch maps 62ne, 63nw & ne, and 71se. Hand-coloured engraving 69.5  x 103cm, 1:10,560 scale (6”= 1mile). Flat, linen-taped edge, slightly age-toned. Library stamp on back. Coloured 1923 In good to very good condition.

About England & Wales Sections

These hand-coloured engraved ‘horizontal’ sections at six inch to one mile scale were published in the mid 19th century by the Geological Survey of England and Wales. The detailed profiles generally follow the geological dip on the one inch Old Series maps numbered in the upper right hand margin and the  profile locations are shown on these maps which themselves did not include a section.