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Report - Clockhouse Brickworks, Dorking - January 2014

Discussion in 'Industrial Sites' started by zombizza, Jan 2, 2014.

  1. zombizza

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    An old favourite.
    Clock House Brickworks is a Site of Special Scientific Interest near Capel, Surrey, England. This site lies 600m east of the Auclaye SSSI which was also a former brickworks. Geologically, the site lies on wealden clays. It is a site for palentological and sedimentological research covering an area of 32.4 hectares. Similar strata are seen at Warnham.
    So much stuff lying around. A pikey's wet dream...but so far only a little bit of Cu-filching seems to have gone on.

    A nice way to spend a couple of hours, but be warned...its a clay swamp getting to the place...at least in this weather.

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