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John Mason

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Posted: 13/07/2017 19:36:55
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Does anyone know who owns the land Bronfloyd is situated upon these days? I know it used to be Glan yr Afon, but I called there this afternoon, nobody was in and the place no longer had an agricultural vibe to it. I'm keen to collect a few samples of quartz-cemented breccia for microscopic study in thin section - it's a research project I'm working on. IP: 31.48.100.183
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Location: Great Wyrley near Walsall

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Posted: 13/07/2017 21:26:23
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Graham would know.

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Posted: 13/07/2017 21:29:16
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Thanks Roy - I will drop him an email tomorrow. IP: 31.48.100.183
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Posted: 13/07/2017 22:24:35
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Hello John

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All the best

Graham

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