Geology and history of the Ballycastle and Murlough coalfields
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Geology and history of the Ballycastle and Murlough coalfields by Robert M"Cahan

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Published by The author. in [Coleraine] .
Written in English

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Statementby Robert M"Cahan.
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Pagination27p. ;
Number of Pages27
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Open LibraryOL17290523M

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The geology of the Ballycastle coalfield, Co. Antrim, (Memoirs of the Geological survey of Ireland) Unknown Binding – January 1, by W. B Wright (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App. Author: W. B Wright.   According to a book from the industrial resources of Ireland. owenmartin 24/04/ at am Reply → Apparently an ancient coal mine was discovered in , with ancient mining tools in murlough Bay. Similar Items. The geology of the Ballycastle coalfield, Co. Antrim, by: Wright, W. B. (William Bourke), Published: () Letters concerning the northern coast of the county of Antrim;: containing observations on the antiquities, manners, and customs of that country. The first of the histories is by Robert McCahan who was born in Ballycastle in He published twenty-three pamphlets of local interest and these have been reproduced together in a single book published by the Glens of Antrim Historical Society. (I.S.B.N. 0 55 1) "History of Ballycastle" - Robert McCahan.

  But be all this as it may, the Ballycastle Rathlin trials undoubtedly stand out in the history of wireless communication and in states unborn and accents yet unknown, wireless discoveries and developments will still be broadening their influence upon the lives of men. (First Radio Conversation ) Footnotes to Marconi and Ballycastle. By D.J. During the summer season cars run to Fair Head, Murlough, Kenbane, and Carrick-a-Rede, on the arrival of the morning and mid-day trains at Ballycastle. Ballycastle Coal Fields Offices Barnes, Rev. I. P. Bedford, W. H., sec. Marine Hotel Co., Ltd. Her account is not a history of the famine, but personal eyewitness testimony to the. Ballycastle Histories etc. likes 2 talking about this. Articles and illustrations of the Ballycastle area - some are from elsewhere on the internet and others from my private collection. The geology of this small coalfield in Antrim is more like that at Machrihanish in Kintyre, 40 km to the north-east, than any location in Ireland. The coals were of poor quality and varied in thickness from less than 20 inches up to 55 inches. From the lowest upwards, the.

Geology of the Country around Ballycastle (Memoirs of the Geological Survey) by Ireland), Geological Survey (Northern COVID Update September 9, Biblio is open and shipping orders. The Carboniferous rocks of the Ballycastle area have posed a long-standing dating problem. Along the coast from Doon, east of the golf course extending east around Fair Head into Murlough Bay, there is a series of poor quality coal measures that were exploited . Discover a landscape once described as a ‘momentary glimpse of Eden’, one deep in the heart of the local community, and lately a filming location for the Game of our guides take you on a walking tour of a rich heritage stretching back thousands of years. From the remnants of one of the earliest coal industries in Ireland, to the ancient religious sites, or hear why Roger. These are seen in part at the surface in Murlough Bay and in the Carey River, but the best exposures are in the cliffs south of Bath Lodge, to the south of the gully which marks the line of the Great Gaw. Wright, W. B. The Geology of the Ballycastle Coalfield. Memoirs of the Geological Survey of Ireland: Wilson, H. E. and Robbie, J. A.