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New leaflet: the geology of Dalkeith Country Park
The Lothian and Borders GeoConservation group is delighted to publish a new leaflet exploring some of the geology of Dalkeith Country Park. The leaflet, prepared by volunteers Alison and Barry Tymon with support from other members of the group, introduces the sandstones that were used in construction of Restoration Yard and the Orangerie. It also explains how these sandstone layers were formed, and where some local examples can be seen in the Park. These were formed in large river channels around 310 million years ago.
You can download the new leaflet here – https://www.edinburghgeolsoc.org/publications/geoconservation-leaflets/#dalkeith-country-park