Abstract

Hall Hill, near Whitewell, Lancashire, northern England, is a reef knoll of Carboniferous limestone. Quarrying has exposed the beds so that the structure can be seen. The central part is a mound of unbedded calcite mudstone surrounded by bedded calcite mudstones with original dips. Coarse, well-bedded crinoidal limestone covers the knoll.

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