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Newbiggin by the sea. Northumberland Click image for larger version - Name: 7FF7F31E-0582-4B8D-A445-69A0AEDFC6E6.jpeg, Views: 40, Size: 735.67 KB Click image for larger version - Name: 8BBDE540-7DDB-49A7-99D1-C388E8ADEAEE.jpeg, Views: 43, Size: 530.36 KB Click image for larger version - Name: F42AB3A2-3634-4E09-8978-0884FE62A3FF.jpeg, Views: 44, Size: 5.43 MB Click image for larger version - Name: 2D5AB246-3FE4-467D-A25D-F43CC936CCD7.jpeg, Views: 48, Size: 3.69 MB Click image for larger version - Name: 62DB406A-4F34-4FA1-B059-39E33D3065C0.jpeg, Views: 49, Size: 3.97 MB Click image for larger version - Name: 84854CA0-AE1D-4C97-9C8E-8C4424338546.jpeg, Views: 44, Size: 3.47 MB Click image for larger version - Name: 27F0C514-38C1-40F7-9DE3-E219948A2140.jpeg, Views: 40, Size: 5.17 MB Click image for larger version - Name: 022969C1-406A-4B17-9476-FA08317D62E5.jpeg, Views: 40, Size: 580.71 KB
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nomadiclifeguide
Nice finds. We found our first Carboniferous plants the other day, will post pictures when i can.
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Bob fossil
Thanks, look forward to seeing them.
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Dirty Pete
Very nice Bob, productive spoil tips are hard to find these days. Is that some kind of cone left side of pic 5?

Pete
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Bob fossil
Hi Pete, aye this site is rapidly being consumed by the sea. A cone was my first impression too. I’ll do a bit research see if I can get possible ID. Cheers.
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Dirty Pete
Looks a bit like Sigillariostrobus.rhombibracteatus

Pete.
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Bob fossil
That seems to fit with the PFBCM book and a google search. Cheers Pete.
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Bob fossil
Handy book that. Click image for larger version - Name: 2AE32D3F-A53F-4261-B8DA-C9F6D9E32880.jpeg, Views: 25, Size: 574.04 KB
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