Illustrated Milkman

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Drawing 0.0 ± 0.0 0.0 ± 0.0 90.3 ± 9.7 284.9 ± 4.7 701.6 ± 18.7 399.2 ± 68.8 keywords geology (8) conglomerate (6) sandstone (6) excavation (1) nottingham (3) Junction of keuper and upper bunter (1) ford street (1) marls (2) root (1) England (1) Nottingham (2) Keuper (2) upper bunter (1) Ford Street (1) ferruginous (1) woodcut (1) Keuper (1) Geological layers: JUNCTION OF KEUPER AND UPPER BUNTER (1) FORD STREET (1) NOTTINGHAM. thick bedded soft (1) brown (1) yellow (1) light green (1) red (1) green (1) finely laminated maris (1) lower keuper (1) ferruginous band (1) blank (1) eroded cavities (1) bunter (1) bunter sandstone (1) false-bedded (1) pebbles (1) junction (1) minerals (1) marl (1)
Inscription 165.2 ± 70.8 654.5 ± 23.0 0.0 ± 0.0 0.0 ± 0.0 0.0 ± 0.0 0.0 ± 0.0 text Junction of Keuper and Upper Bunter, Ford Street, Nottingham. (1) JUNCTION OF KEUPER AND UPPER BUNTER, FORD STREET, NOTTINGHAM. (1) e. Thick-bedded soft brown, yellow, and light green sandstone, with red and green finely-laminated marls (Lower Keuper.) d. Ferruginous band (6 in.) c. Soft sandstone, streaked with green, red and yellow. b. Conglomerate, forming base of Lower Keuper (f5), filling eroded cavities in the Bunter (f2), 20in. a. Bunter sandstone, yellow, "false-bedded," with a few pebbles. (1) Junction of Keuper and upper bunter, Ford street, Nottingham. (1) Junction of Keuper and upper Bunter, Ford Street, Nottingham. (1)

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geology (8) conglomerate (6) sandstone (6) excavation (1) nottingham (3) Junction of keuper and upper bunter (1) ford street (1) marls (2) root (2) England (1) Nottingham (2) Keuper (2) upper bunter (1) Ford Street (1) ferruginous (1) woodcut (1) Keuper (1) coupe terrain (1) Geological layers: JUNCTION OF KEUPER AND UPPER BUNTER (1) FORD STREET (1) NOTTINGHAM. thick bedded soft (1) brown (1) yellow (1) light green (1) red (1) green (1) finely laminated maris (1) lower keuper (1) ferruginous band (1) blank (1) eroded cavities (1) bunter (1) bunter sandstone (1) false-bedded (1) pebbles (1) junction (1) minerals (1) marl (1)

Keywords: geology;conglomerate;sandstone;excavation;nottingham

Contributor: GWOS illustrator

Keywords: Junction of keuper and upper bunter, ford street, nottingham

Keywords: geology; sandstone; marls; conglomerate;

Inscription: {"text"=>"Junction of Keuper and Upper Bunter, Ford Street, Nottingham."}

Keywords: root

Keywords: root

Keywords: geology

Inscription: {"text"=>"diagram of conglomerate layers"}

Keywords: geology; England; Nottingham; sandstone; conglomerate

Keywords: Keuper, upper bunter, Ford Street, Nottingham, sandstone, marls, ferruginous, conglomerate, woodcut

Inscription: {"text"=>"JUNCTION OF KEUPER AND UPPER BUNTER, FORD STREET, NOTTINGHAM."}

Inscription: {"text"=>"e. Thick-bedded soft brown, yellow, and light green sandstone, with red and green finely-laminated marls (Lower Keuper.)\nd. Ferruginous band (6 in.)\nc. Soft sandstone, streaked with green, red and yellow.\nb. Conglomerate, forming base of Lower Keuper (f5), filling eroded cavities in the Bunter (f2), 20in.\na. Bunter sandstone, yellow, \"false-bedded,\" with a few pebbles."}

Keywords: Keuper

Inscription: {"text"=>"Junction of Keuper and upper bunter, Ford street, Nottingham."}

Species: {"common"=>"junction of keuper", "scientific"=>""}

Keywords: geology;nottingham;Keuper

Keywords: Geological layers: JUNCTION OF KEUPER AND UPPER BUNTER, FORD STREET, NOTTINGHAM. thick bedded soft, brown, yellow, light green, sandstone, red, green, finely laminated maris, lower keuper, ferruginous band,, conglomerate, eroded cavities, bunter, bunter sandstone, false-bedded, pebbles

Keywords: geology; junction

Keywords: geology; minerals

Inscription: {"text"=>"Junction of Keuper and upper Bunter, Ford Street, Nottingham."}

Keywords: conglomerate; sandstone; marl; geology

Inscription: {"text"=>"Junction of Keuper and Upper Bunter, Ford Street, Nottingham"}