By S. Timmins
First released in 1967
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43 Of these Upper Silurian Rocks we have in our district : 1st. A portion of the Ludlow division, locally called the Sedgley Stone, and believed to be the equivalent of the Aymestry Limestone. 2nd. The whole of the Wenlock Rocks, locally known as the Dudley and Walsall Stone. 3'rd. The '-'\7"oolliope, represented in our locality by the Barr or Hay Head Li'rnestone. In our district the Devonian of the geological series is absent, and the Coal-measures are found to rest immediately on our Silurian Rocks.
3rd. For manufacturing purposes. 28 BROOCH AND THICK COAL. 1. The northern boundary of this southern division is formed by a line, drawn from West Bromwich (on the eastern side of the coalfield) through Tipton and Deepfields, to the western fault, near Sedgley. The Coal Ooal and Ironstone measures existing under this ;division, are as follows, viz. : 4th. Heathen Coal. Ooal. Ooal. 1st. Brooch Coal. Ooal. 5th. White Ironstone. 2nd. Thick, or Ten-yard Coal. Ooal. 6th. New Mine Coal. 3rd. Gubbin Ironstone.
It is not unlikely that for some distance, on the eastern side of West Bromwich, the Coal-measures may have been wholly removed before the deposition of the Permian rocks, and that these beds may rest directly on the Silurian rocks. It is reasonable to suppose that the partial destruction of the Coal-measures was preceded by movements of elevation disturbance affecting them. In some places they were and disturbauce out of their original horizontality; in others probably tilted ont they were probably broken by faults; and the Permian beds were probably deposited on a surface formed by denudation on dislocated beds like the present surface.
Birmingham and Midland Hardware District by S. Timmins