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HRS 5138 Clarach Bay footbridge 2008

Clarach Bay just north of Aberystwyth is a 1st class exposure of Silurian rocks on the seashore. The rocks are mudstones, grits and sandstones deposited on a deep sea floor, 428-443 million years ago. The rocks are folded and faulted and contain some fossils mainly rather amorphous corals.
PHOTO: Clarach Bay footbridge.

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Keywords:aberystwyth, beach, clarach bay, cymru, faulting, faults, folding, geology, ice age, rocks, rocks, seashore, sedimentary, silurian, till, wales

HRS 5138 Clarach Bay footbridge 2008