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45. Onny Valley, Shropshire, Geology Teaching Trail (1992)


by Peter Toghill

The Onny Valley, to the east of the Church Stretton Fault complex, provides a classic and famous section through the Caradoc Series and along it are exposed all the characteristic rocks varieties containing their well-known shelly faunas. This trail guide is meant to appeal to students, undergraduates, as well as amateur geologists. The general public will find something to interest them too, as the trail follows a beautiful wooded valley, with plenty of wildlife to see.

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The Onny Valley, to the east of the Church Stretton Fault complex, provides a classic and famous section through the Caradoc Series and along it are exposed all the characteristic rocks varieties containing their well-known shelly faunas. This trail guide is meant to appeal to students, undergraduates, as well as amateur geologists. The general public will find something to interest them too, as the trail follows a beautiful wooded valley, with plenty of wildlife to see.

The itinerary along the Onny Valley is 1.57km long and goes through the village of Cheney Longville, on a narrow surfaced road.
Start Point car park at SO 430 844

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