Local Published Guides

 

Allbutt, M., Moseley, J., Rayner, C. & Toghill, P. (2002). GA Guide No.27: The Geology of South Shropshire (3rd edition)Published by the Geologists’ Association, 116pp. – Accessible here

 

Andrew, K. (2002). Teme Bank TrailPublished by Shropshire County Museum Service, leaflet.
Paper leaflet out of print – Revised as PDF

Thornhill, R. (2002). Severn Valley RailwayPublished by Herefordshire and Worcestershire RIGS Group, leaflet – Accessible here

Owens, R.M., Lane, P.D., Thomas, A.T., Fortey, R.A., Siveter, Derek J., Owen, A.W., Dean, W.T. & Sheldon, P.R. (2001). 3rd International Conference on Trilobites and their relatives: post-conference excursion guide: South Wales and the Welsh BorderlandsPublished by National Museum of Wales, Geology Series, No.20. Cardiff, 47pp.
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Thornhill, R. (2001). Wigmore glacial lakePublished by Herefordshire and Worcestershire RIGS Group, leaflet – Accessible here

Jenkinson, A. (2000). Mortimer Forest Geology TrailPublished in association with the Forestry Commission (West Midlands Forest Division) and Scenesetters, 25pp. Out of print try AbeBooks

Philips, P.F. & Stratford, J.R. (1999). Shropshire Geology: a visitor’s guide (2nd edition)Published by Phillips Tutorials, 76pp. Try AbeBooks

Lewis, S.G. & Maddy, D. (1997). The Quaternary of the South Midlands and the Welsh Marches. Field GuidePublished by the Quaternary Research Association, 146pp. Accessible here

Toghill, P. & Beale, S. (1994). GA Guide No.48: Ercall Quarries, Wrekin Area, Shropshire: Geology Teaching TrailPublished by the Geologists’ Association, 21pp. – Accessible here

Toghill, P. (1992). GA Guide No.45: Onny Valley, Shropshire: Geology Teaching TrailPublished by the Geologists’ Association, 20pp.Accessible here

Smith, R., Waters, R. & Davies, J. (1990). Field Guide No.20: Late Ordovician and Early Silurian turbidite systems in the Welsh BasinPublished for the 13th International Sedimentological Congress, Nottingham, 45pp.
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Siveter, D.J., Owens, R.M. & Thomas, A.T. (1989). Silurian Field Excursions: a geotraverse across Wales and the Welsh BorderlandsPublished by National Museum of Wales, Geology Series, No.10. Cardiff, 133pp.
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Lawson, J.D. (1977). Mortimer Forest Geological TrailPublished by the Nature Conservancy Council, Peterborough, 24pp.
Available in libraries and resource centres

Bowen, D.Q. (1977). Guidebook for Excursions A8 and C8: Wales and the Cheshire-Shropshire Lowland. Published for the 10th INQUA Congress, Birmingham, 65pp

Lawson, J.D. (1973). New exposures on forestry roads near Ludlow. Geological Journal8 (2), 279-284.
Available in the Geological Journal

Norton, W.J. (1971). Geology; in: Faulkner, M. (ed.) A guide to the Welsh Marches: Ludlow areaThe British Publishing Company Ltd, Gloucester, 28-39.
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Dean, W.T. (1968). GA Guide No.27: Geological Itineraries in South Shropshire (2nd edition)Published by the Geologists’ Association, 48pp. – Accessible here

Whittard, W.F. (1958). British Areas: Geological Itineraries for South ShropshirePublished by the Geologists’ Association, 48pp. – Accessible here

Lapworth, C. & Watts, W.W. (1908). ShropshireIn Geology in the Field: the Jubilee Volume of the Geologists’ Association (1858-1908), eds. Monckton, H.W. & Herries, R.S., 1-20 XXX (Part 4), 739-769; subsequently published (1910) by Edward Stanford, London, 916 pp., illustrated by 32 plates and 138 figures in the text.
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Piper, G.H. (1883). Address on the occasion of the field meeting to Oldbury Camp, 22 Jun 1883 “Ludlow and Aymestry rocks of the Silurian System”. Transactions of the Woolhope Naturalists’ Field Club1883, 39-43.
Available from Woolhope NFC web site

Lightbody, R. (1878). The geology of Ludlow (Read at the Ludlow meeting, 1868). Transactions of the Severn Valley Naturalists’ Field Club1878, 125-130.
Available from Woolhope NFC web site

Symonds, W.S. (1877). On the geology of Church Stretton and Ludlow. Transactions of the Shropshire Archaeological and Natural History SocietySeries 1, v.1 (3), 395-421.
Available from Shropshire Archaeological and Natural History Society web site

Salwey, T.J. (1873). The geology, history, and natural features of the neighbourhood (of Ludlow, Richard’s Castle, and Haye Park). Transactions of the Woolhope Naturalists’ Field Club1873, 83-86.
Available from Woolhope NFC web site

Lightbody, R. (1869). Notes on the geology of Ludlow. Geological Magazine6, 353-355.
Available from the Geological Magazine

La Touche, J.D. (1868). Geological address on the top of Titterstone Clee Hill. Transactions of the Woolhope Naturalists’ Field Club1868, v.2, 102-112.
Available from Woolhope NFC web site