Illustrated Milkman

Includes 586,510 classifications up to January 30th, 2020 19:39

Type X (px) Y (px) X (px) Y (px) Width Height Label
Drawing 0.0 ± 0.0 0.0 ± 0.0 185.5 ± 12.6 170.4 ± 7.3 585.5 ± 56.3 1070.4 ± 12.5 keywords geology (2) limestone (2) mid-linconshire (1) Calcareous (1) Sedimentary (1) Permian (1) North-East England (1) sandstone (1) slates (1) rock formation (1) sedimentary layers (1)
Inscription 444.1 ± 7.7 438.3 ± 15.5 0.0 ± 0.0 0.0 ± 0.0 0.0 ± 0.0 0.0 ± 0.0 text Magnesiam Limestone. (1) Magnesium Limestone (2)
Inscription 410.7 ± 97.1 942.4 ± 59.8 0.0 ± 0.0 0.0 ± 0.0 0.0 ± 0.0 0.0 ± 0.0 text Upper Magnesian Limestone. (1) Lower Magnesian Limestone (2) Upper Permian Morts and Sandstones (1) Upper Magnesian Limestone (1) Mort Slakes and Quicksand (1) ? States and Quicksands (1) Diagram illustrating the tendency of the Calcareous and Sedimentary Members of the Permian Formation in the North-East of England to mutually replace each other. (1) Middle Permian Mort and Sandstones (1) Middle ? ? and Sandstones (1)
Contributor 167.6 ± 26.5 318.4 ± 20.4 0.0 ± 0.0 0.0 ± 0.0 0.0 ± 0.0 0.0 ± 0.0 name S.E. Durham (3) S. E. Durham (3) S E Durham (1) role illustrator (6) other (1)

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geology (7) Permian formation (2) Permian (2) Upper Magnesian Limestone (1) Middle (1) Lower (1) dirt (1) limestone (5) quicksand (2) sandstone (3) geologic formation (1) Magnesium limestone (1) mid-linconshire (1) Calcareous (2) Sedimentary (2) North-East England (1) slates (1) rock formation (1) england (1) landscape (1) calcareous (2) sedimentary (2) Magnesium Limestone (1) Permian Formation (1) N.E. England (1) Mid-Lincolnshire (1) diagram (1) north-east england (1) sedimentary layers (1)

Contributor: S.E. Durham illustrator

Inscription: {"text"=>"Diagram illustrating the tendency of the Calcareous and Sedimentary Members of the Permian Formation in the North-East of England to mutually replace each other."}

Keywords: Permian, Upper Magnesian Limestone, Middle, Lower

Keywords: geology; dirt; limestone; quicksand; sandstone

Inscription: {"text"=>"Diagram illustrating the tendency of the Calcareous and Sedimentary Members of the Permian Formation in the North East of England to mutally replace each other."}

Contributor: S. E. Durham illustrator

Inscription: {"text"=>"Magnesiam Limestone."}

Inscription: {"text"=>"Upper Magnesian Limestone."}

Inscription: {"text"=>"Lower Magnesian Limestone"}

Inscription: {"text"=>"Middle Permian Mort and Sandstones"}

Inscription: {"text"=>"Upper Permian Morts and Sandstones"}

Inscription: {"text"=>"Mort Slakes and Quicksand"}

Inscription: {"text"=>"Sedimentary"}

Inscription: {"text"=>"Calcareous"}

Inscription: {"text"=>"Vertical Scale 400 feet to 1 inch."}

Inscription: {"text"=>"Horizontal Scale much exaggerated."}

Contributor: S. E. Durham other

Keywords: geology; limestone; mid-linconshire

Inscription: {"text"=>"Magnesium Limestone"}

Contributor: S. E. Durham illustrator

Keywords: Calcareous; Sedimentary; Permian; North-East England; sandstone; limestone; slates

Inscription: {"text"=>"Diagram illustrating the tendency of the Calcareous and Sedimentary Members of the Permian Formation in the North-East of England to mutually replace each other"}

Contributor: S.E. Durham illustrator

Keywords: geology; rock formation

Contributor: S.E. Durham illustrator

Keywords: calcareous, sedimentary, Permian formation, limestone, quicksand, sandstone

Inscription: {"text"=>"Magnesium Limestone"}

Inscription: {"text"=>"Upper Magnesian Limestone"}

Inscription: {"text"=>"Middle ? ? and Sandstones"}

Inscription: {"text"=>"Lower Magnesian Limestone"}

Inscription: {"text"=>"? States and Quicksands"}

Keywords: Magnesium Limestone; Calcareous; Sedimentary; Permian Formation; N.E. England; Mid-Lincolnshire;

Inscription: {"text"=>"Diagram illustrating the tendency of the Calcareous and Sedimentary Members of the Permian Formation in the North-East of England to mutually replace each other."}

Contributor: S E Durham illustrator

Keywords: sedimentary layers