East Cliff at West Bay near Bridport (21)

East Cliff at West Bay near Bridport (21) - View of East Cliff from the west. Approximately 43 metres depth of Bridport Sand Formation in the cliff was originally deposited at the rate of 1 metre every 20,000 years - taking about 860,000 years to accumulate in the Uper Lias phase of the Jurassic Period.

East Cliff at West Bay near Bridport (21) – View of East Cliff from the west. Approximately 43 metres depth of Bridport Sand Formation in the cliff was originally deposited at the rate of 1 metre every 20,000 years – taking about 860,000 years to accumulate in the Uper Lias phase of the Jurassic Period. P1260096aBlog21

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