Blue Anchor, Somerset, England
This picture shows a distinct fault in the cliffs, at the east end of the bay, showing the red sandstone of late Triassic age against the blue shales of the Lower Jurassic. A small gully has formed between the two caused by erosion along the fault line.
A small piece of the Rheatic Bone Bed from the shore at Blue Anchor.
There are numerous fragmentary remains showing in this specimen two of which have been marked.
Weathered Gypsum (the pink substance) on the surface of a large boulder and Gypsum layers showing in the side of the same boulder and in the cliff in the background.
Gypsum is the mineral form of Calcium Sulphate.