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Carboniferous cliffs Newbiggin by the sea Northumberland Click image for larger version - Name: 3F0D4177-D3A0-4743-93BF-C2E3FD617E7A.jpeg, Views: 34, Size: 924.58 KB Click image for larger version - Name: B3F7869E-679F-42C4-A44D-E4731C0B8884.jpeg, Views: 31, Size: 882.34 KB Click image for larger version - Name: C4A643EF-EE31-4A86-9CA3-12ED028B3D82.jpeg, Views: 31, Size: 533.96 KB Click image for larger version - Name: 4B2FC2C2-8DC9-41B1-9BB1-BE4EF663D6E5.jpeg, Views: 32, Size: 621.75 KB Click image for larger version - Name: 748A3F65-01D3-48AF-81ED-EC8346C278BA.jpeg, Views: 31, Size: 1.46 MB Click image for larger version - Name: C197213D-B3A0-4EA8-9C58-87D17561655B.jpeg, Views: 32, Size: 1.18 MB Click image for larger version - Name: AAA309DB-4815-4054-8AE8-80EA3BF1F208.jpeg, Views: 35, Size: 773.98 KB Click image for larger version - Name: C7AC28D2-FA1A-433F-BBF0-325F004F6939.jpeg, Views: 34, Size: 549.84 KB Click image for larger version - Name: 2F6763D6-C151-4404-BD09-76948D36BE6F.jpeg, Views: 33, Size: 832.58 KB
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Dirty Pete
Hi Bob, look like bits of Lepidodendron but I suggest you get hold of the book  'Plant fossils of the British coal measures' and ID them for yourself.

Pete
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Bob fossil
Thanks Pete, have just bought. Thanks for recommending.
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