Type of bituminous coal.
Sandstones interbedded with mudstones and siltstones in the Lower Coal Measures of West Yorkshire, once extensively quarried.
Flockton Collieries comprised several pits, some started before 1700, around Flockton and Middlestown between Wakefield and Huddersfield in the West Riding of Yorkshire.
Rocks that differ from the type native to an area.
Redirected to Pendleton Fault.
The most common type of cave, formed by the solution of carboniferous rocks by the action of rainwater.
Now deprecated term for multiple layers of mudstone and siltstone that occur beneath parts of the English Midlands and beyond.
Geological fault stretching for about 20 miles (32 km) from Bolton in Greater Manchester in the north along the Irwell Valley through Pendleton and south to Poynton in Cheshire.
Redirected to Karst cave.
Grade II listed structure in Stretford, Greater Manchester, probably the base of an Anglo-Saxon cross shaft.