Title: Dyke on Great Cumbra [Great Cumbrae], Western Isles, Scotland

Creator: James Smith of Jordanhill (1782-1867)

Description: Drawing of a dyke, probably on Great Cumbrae, an island in the Firth of Clyde, Ayrshire, Scotland. The drawing is captioned ‘Trap [granite], blackish in red sandstone’.

The drawing was one of three of the area, which accompanied Smith’s paper, “On a Split Boulder in Little Cumbra, Western Isles”, ‘Quarterly Journal of the Geological Society’, vol 18 (1862), pp162-164.

Date: [1861]

Format: Pencil

Archive reference: LDGSL/228

Image reference: 05-75

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