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Bardon Hill Limestone Quarry (United Kingdom)


An Andesite quarry.
Information on the geology can be found in
Bosworth, T O, 1911 The Keuper Marls around CXharnwoon. Pub. Leicester Lit. and Phil. Soc.
King, R J, 1967 The Minerals of Leicestershire. Transactions of the Leicester Lit. and Phil. Soc.
Moseley, J and Ford, 1985. A stratigraphic revision of the late Precambrian rocks of Charnwood Forest. Mercian Geologist, 10, 1-18.
Worssam, BC and Old, RA, 1988, The Geology of the country around Coalville, British Geological Survey Memoir for sheet 155, HMSO.

History of the quarry can be found here ... http://www.aggregate.com/pdf/bardon%20hill%20quarries.pdf

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Last updated November 2nd 2007 by sparty_lea
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Major Mining Region

Bardon Hill Limestone Quarry belongs to the Leicestershire region.

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