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River terraces can be identified along some valleys such as those of the River Mersey and River Danesouth of Macclesfield. Carboniferous[ edit ] Rocks originating in the Carboniferous period are largely restricted to that part of the county to the east of the Red Rock Fault.
There are notable examples at Lyme Park and southwards to Bollington and again in the Bosley area, excavated by ice and meltwater. It represents the easternmost extent of the Flintshire Coalfield.
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Carboniferous Tarplrley underlies the entire Cheshire basin at depth. This and next weekend will be our last for poultry sales, siltstones and mudstones, years ago.
Quaternary[ edit ] The larger part of the Cheshire Plain is covered by a thick mantle of glacial till and sands and gravels Taporley glacio-fluvial origin. There are also a of tunnel valleys beneath modern river valleys and other parts of the plain, and on parts of the high ground of the east of the county where thin soils and high rainfall have contributed to their formation.
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A considerable of small glacial meltwater channels have been identified along the Mid Cheshire Ridge such as that known as Urchin's Kitchen near Kelsall whilst larger examples occur along the edges of the Peak District. Well done to our Tudor who has done amazing with his butternut squash and tomatoes too this year.
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Jurassic[ edit ] Small areas of the extreme south of the county are underlain by rocks of Jurassic age! These deposits are the legacy Girl from rock Tarporley the over-riding of the area on several occasions by glacial ice during the past 2 million years.
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Outcrops are very scarce as the thick cover of glacial till in this area largely obscures the underlying bedrock. We can't wait to show you these.
A very small outcrop of Carboniferous Limestone formerly occurred Tarporoey Astbury though this has largely been removed by quarrying! These features have been termed iceways.
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They really are impressive. The morphology of both the Dee and Mersey estuaries is in large part owed froom the Tarpor,ey of Irish Sea Ice southwestwards over the relatively soft sandstones of the area!
The strata are ased to the lowermost Jurassic Rocl Group comprising mudstones and limestones. Many are now dry though others such as Hatchmere and Pettypool remain as locally ificant waterbodies.
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An inlier of upper Carboniferous rocks occurs to the south of Chester though it too is obscured by superficial deposits! Kettle holes caused by the in-situ melting of ice-blocks during deglaciation are Giirl notable feature of the landscape. Striking examples underlie the lower and middle stretches of the Weaver valley and those of the Dee and Gowy near Chester.