Dyke - Kennack Sands - 1 (S18)

In the low cliff behind the Cafe at Kennack Sands is a vein of pinkish-brown rock - Kennack Gneiss .
Kennack Gneiss consists of bands of Pale Pink Feldspar Microgranite and Dark Grey Basalt .
The Dyke like body intrudes into the cliff - formed from Bastite Serpentinite and Gabbro.
Veins of Talc minerals , associated with Serpentine , such as Soapstone are in the cliffs in this area
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Location - Kennack Sands is on the eastern side of The Lizard Penninsula - in section / gallery 18
Ref:
3160
Date:
2016-04-19 00:00:00.0
Location:
SW 7343 1647
Photographer:

Dyke - Kennack Sands - 1 (S18)

In the low cliff behind the Cafe at Kennack Sands is a vein of pinkish-brown rock - Kennack Gneiss .
Kennack Gneiss consists of bands of Pale Pink Feldspar Microgranite and Dark Grey Basalt .
The Dyke like body intrudes into the cliff - formed from Bastite Serpentinite and Gabbro.
Veins of Talc minerals , associated with Serpentine , such as Soapstone are in the cliffs in this area
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Location - Kennack Sands is on the eastern side of The Lizard Penninsula - in section / gallery 18
Ref:
3160
Date:
2016-04-19 00:00:00.0
Location:
SW 7343 1647
Photographer: