United Kingdom Harthope Valley - Housey Crags

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David Taylor

About this spot
Housey Crags is one of a number of andesite volcanic plugs that erupt out of the Harthope Valley landscape. The crag dates from the Lower Devonian period, when Northumberland was at a more tropical latitude.

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http://Harthorpe Valley Info


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