Geology and scenery of the countryside round Leeds and Bradford.

by Henry Cherry Versey

Publisher: T. Murby in London

Written in English
Published: Pages: 94 Downloads: 57
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  • Geology -- England -- Yorkshire.
LC ClassificationsQE262.Y8 V47
The Physical Object
Paginationix, 94 p.
Number of Pages94
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Open LibraryOL6056246M
LC Control Number49026414

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The Bradford and Calderdale areas are dominated by the scenery of the eastern slopes of the Pennines, dropping from upland in the west down to the east, and dissected by numerous steep-sided valleys.

There is a close conjunction of large scale industry, urban areas and transport routes with open countryside. The Anglican Diocese of Leeds comprises five Episcopal Areas, each coterminous with an Archdeaconry.

This is now the largest diocese in the country, and its creation is unprecedented in the history of the Church of England. It covers Geology and scenery of the countryside round Leeds and Bradford.

book area of around 2, square miles, and a population of around 2, people. The Geology of Yorkshire in northern England shows a very close relationship between the major topographical areas and the geological period in which their rocks were formed.

The rocks of the Pennine chain of hills in the west are of Carboniferous origin whilst those of the central vale are Permo-Triassic. The North York Moors in the north-east of the county are Jurassic in age while the. The Yorkshire Dales is home to outstanding scenery, a rich cultural heritage and a breathtakingly peaceful atmosphere.

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Much of this book is therefore devoted to the transformations of these major stations, as well as Shipley, the busy station that serves Leeds, Bradford, Skipton and Ilkley.

Shipley remained un-modemised for many years, and the plethora of changes made here sincefollowing the growth in commuter traffic to Leeds, is also included.5/5(2). Yorkshire Market Town. Leeds University Press Versey, H.C. Geology and scenery of the countryside around Leeds. Thomas Murby Yorkshire Naturalists Trust, ().

The Naturalists Yorkshire. Dalesman Paperbacks LCC LUC NCC WY AS WYEAS I-zeds City Council Land Use Consultants National Rivers Authority Department of Transport. Thursday 14th August – Bradford Countryside Services Meet William Varley at the Cow and Calf Car Park, Ilkley, (SE ) for a 7 mile circu-lar walk looking at the landscape and geology of Ilkley Moor.

You will see plant fossils, disused stone quarries and evidence of the glacial history of the Wharfe valley. Wear good boots or. Ilkley and Baildon are both ‘Walkers are Welcome’ towns.

As such, there are hundreds of great walks around Bradford, the towns and countryside, through the woods and over the moors. I’ve picked the ‘casual’ rambles of up to 6 miles (10km).

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The underlying geology and the. Set in the stunning countryside Yorkshire is famed for, it makes for a great day out, as you wander between heather moorland and beautiful woodlands, catching glimpses of unique rock formations, like the Dancing Bear, The Eagle and The Gorilla along the way.

It’s also the perfect spot to look out over Nidderdale, with gorgeous views all around. Yorkshire has a varied and complex geological setting with a vast array of dramatic scenery and history tied to its underlying geology. At the Yorkshire Geological Society we benefit from a similarly good mix of members from different geological backgrounds, ranging from beginners to professional geologists, all of whom enjoy the geology of Yorkshire and northern England for numerous different.

Much of this book is therefore devoted to the transformations of these major stations, as well as Shipley, the busy station that serves Leeds, Bradford, Skipton and Ilkley. Shipley remained unmodernized for many years, and the plethora of changes made here sincefollowing the growth in commuter traffic to Leeds, is also included.5/5(2).

Few things are more refreshing than a walk on a fresh winter's day in beautiful scenery. And Leeds has plenty of beautiful scenery to feed your eyes and soul. You won't have to go far either, even if you live in the heart of the city.

There are walks from the city centre itself, in the suburbs and in the countryside on the fringes of the city. Bradford / ˈ b r æ d f ər d / is a city in West Yorkshire, England, in the foothills of the Pennines, miles (14 km) west of Leeds, and 16 miles (26 km) north-west of rd became a municipal borough inand received its charter as a city in Following local government reform incity status was bestowed upon the City of Bradford metropolitan nial county: West Yorkshire.

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Woodhouse Moor Car Park, Woodhouse Lane, Leeds, LS6 1BJ or Golden Acre Park, Off Arthington Road, Bramhope, Leeds, LS16 8BQ. Bolton Abbey. The 12th-century Bolton Abbey ruins are surrounded by open countryside and woodland for you to explore.

You can set off on one of six different Strid Wood Nature Trails. A five-step sequential extraction technique was used to determine the chemical association of heavy metals (Pb, Zn, Cu and Cd), with major sedimentary phases (exchangeable, surface oxide and carbonate, Fe and Mn oxides, organic and residual metal ions), in samples from floodplain and recent flood sediments of the River Aire, West by: West Yorkshire is a metropolitan county in is an inland and, in relative terms, upland county having eastward-draining valleys while taking in the moors of the Yorkshire came into existence as a metropolitan county in after the passage of the Local Government Act and has a population of million.

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The tour focuses on small, independent businesses who use local ingredients and support the local community. Enjoy a gentle ramble around Eccup Reservoir in north Leeds. Leathley, Stainburn and Lindley: A lovely walk in nice countryside just outside Northern Leeds.

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Horsforth and Rodley:   Ahh, the rolling hills, sprawling moorland and beautiful valleys of Yorkshire. God's own country has got it all — from wild and windy moors that inspired great literature, to cascading waterfalls and mighty limestone formations.

a 2 aeolo&y of the country between bradford and skipton. The description which is given in this pamphlet, is simply a a brief account of the chief features in connection with the geology of the district, as delineated on the Quarter-Sheet 92 S.E.J of the One-inch.

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You will require Rwy12 Objects Library to view all the scenery but can be used without. By David Diggory. 4/5(1). Model Farm B&B is set among scenic countryside in the village of East Bierley, but is only 3 miles from the center of Bradford.

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Location. Cringles House enjoys the twin benefits of being in superb countryside with outstanding views, whilst at the same time being only a 10 minute drive into the spa town of Ilkley and a similar drive to Skipton – Gateway to the Yorkshire Dales.Just 5 minutes’ walk from Huddersfield town centre, Cambridge Hotel offers free Wi-Fi, free parking and en suite accommodation at great-value rates.

Booked 10 times in the last 24 hours on our site. Last booked 13 hours ago on our site. Opens in new window. #N#Opens in new window. The Rose and Crown. Opens in new window.After your flight, Leeds Bradford has several options for onward transport. The airport has a taxi rank outside the terminal doors with a typical fare into Leeds or Bradford costing about £ It takes 25 minutes to get to the centre of Leeds, and around 20 minutes for Bradford.

Both cities are major rail hubs on the British network.