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Pattering Holes Cave: a mass movement cave in the triassic sandstones of St Bees, Cumbria (UBSS Proceedings v.26(1))

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Murphy,P.J., 2013. Pattering Holes Cave: a mass movement cave in the triassic sandstones of St Bees, Cumbria. UBSS Proceedings, 26(1) , pp 105-106 Download PDF.

Abstract: A mass movement cave from the Triassic rocks of St Bees Head in Cumbria is described. This is the first such cave described from the area and the first to be found in Triassic strata in the north of England

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