Trench sections excavated for a gas pipe-line north of Wolverhampton were observed to collapse because of sand infilled wedges intersecting them. The wedges form the remnants of fossil ice-wedge casts which developed in the West Midlands following the retreat of the last ice. Selected examples of collapse features are illustrated and remedial action suggested.

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