South Portal, Combe Down Tunnel, Bath. Cutting in Midford Sands c.1895

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Taken from Nineteenth century photograph album of Bath & District. Bath Natural History and Antiquarian Field Club. The cutting was a well known place to view the boundary between the Midford Sands (named by William Smith) and the base of the Inferior Oolite - the rock through which much of the tunnel is drilled.

SKU: 10563

CABINET ID: 138050

COLLECTION REFERENCE: 72 / 10170 b914.238 / 41

COPYRIGHT HOLDER: Bath Central Library

COLLECTION LOCATION: Bath Central Library

ORIGINAL WIDTH (mm): 145

ORIGINAL HEIGHT (mm): 100