The Geology of the Carboniferous Limestone, Yoredale Rocks, and Millstone Grit of North Derbyshire: (Parts of Sheets 88 S. E., 81 N. E., 81 S. E., 72 N. E., 82 N. W., 82 S. W., and 71 N. W.)

H.M. Stationery Office, 1887 - 212 pagina's
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Pagina 1 - Sheets 88 SE, 81 NE, 81 SE, 72 NE, 82 NW, 82 SW, and 71 NW of the Geological Survey Map of England.
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