Title: Geology of NE Ireland: Volcanic neck Cushendall penetrating Old Red Sandstone

Creator: Robert John Welch

Description: The image shows the village and townland of Cushendall, in Northern Ireland, with a volcanic neck or plug in the background, formed when magma hardens in a volcanic vent.

Date: [1890s-1900s]

Format: Black and white photographic lantern slide

Archive reference: LDGSL/1088/RW/7

Image reference: 02-14

Recommended print size: Up to 10 x 8 inches (25 x 14cm)


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