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Background imageGeological Collection: William Smith Geological Map

William Smith Geological Map

Background imageGeological Collection: 1838 Geological Map of England by Mantell

1838 Geological Map of England by Mantell
From Gideon Mantells " Wonders of Geology" 1839, drawn by his daughter Ellen

Background imageGeological Collection: Continental drift after 250 million years

Continental drift after 250 million years, showing the supercontinent of Pangea Ultima, which was named for the ancient supercontinent of Pangea

Background imageGeological Collection: Continental drift, 100 million years ago

Continental drift, 100 million years ago. Map of the Earth showing the continents some 100 million years after the start of the break-up of the ancient supercontinent of Pangea

Background imageGeological Collection: Geological map of Britain and Ireland

Geological map of Britain and Ireland
Fig 9 from Britain Before Man (1978), a Geological Museum publication

Background imageGeological Collection: Geological Map of Oxfordshire

Geological Map of Oxfordshire
Delineation of Strata of Oxfordshire by William Smith

Background imageGeological Collection: Landscape view from Great Mis Tor, Dartmoor National Park, Devon, England, UK, February

Landscape view from Great Mis Tor, Dartmoor National Park, Devon, England, UK, February 2011

Background imageGeological Collection: Ireland for Holidays - The Giants Causeway, LMS poster, 1923-1947

Ireland for Holidays - The Giants Causeway, LMS poster, 1923-1947
Poster produced for the London, Midland and Scottish Railway (LMS), promoting travel to Northern Ireland, showing the Giants Causeway, North Antrim

Background imageGeological Collection: Mt Kinabalu, Kinabalu National Park, Sabah, Borneo, Malaysia

Mt Kinabalu, Kinabalu National Park, Sabah, Borneo, Malaysia

Background imageGeological Collection: Cheltenham Spa, GWR / LMS poster, 1923-1947

Cheltenham Spa, GWR / LMS poster, 1923-1947
Poster produced for the Great Western Railway and the London Midland & Scottish Railway. Artwork by C H Birtwhistle

Background imageGeological Collection: The Cheesewring, Stowes Hill, Bodmin Moor, near Minions, Linkinhorne, Cornwall. Around 1920s

The Cheesewring, Stowes Hill, Bodmin Moor, near Minions, Linkinhorne, Cornwall. Around 1920s
View of the weathered granite tor with the quarry in foreground. Photographer: Arthur William Jordan

Background imageGeological Collection: Derwent Water, with Blencathra behind, Lake District, Cumbria, England

Derwent Water, with Blencathra behind, Lake District, Cumbria, England, UK

Background imageGeological Collection: View to the Seven Sisters from Seaford Head, East Sussex, England, UK

View to the Seven Sisters from Seaford Head, East Sussex, England, UK

Background imageGeological Collection: Tracks of the Curiosity rover on Mars. View looking back at a dune that NASA s

Tracks of the Curiosity rover on Mars. View looking back at a dune that NASA s
Tracks of the Curiosity rover on Mars. View looking back at a dune that NASAs Curiosity Mars rover drove across three days earlier. The distance between the parallel wheel tracks is about 2.7 metres

Background imageGeological Collection: Geological Strata 19C

Geological Strata 19C
A schematic representation of geology and palaeontology

Background imageGeological Collection: Sunset at Uluru, Ayers Rock, Australia

Sunset at Uluru, Ayers Rock, Australia
Sunset at Uluru, Ayers Rock, Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park, Northern Territory, Australia

Background imageGeological Collection: Malham Cove, Yorkshire Dales

Malham Cove, Yorkshire Dales National Park, England. This curving limestone cliff feature was formed by glacial action. It used to have a waterfall running over it

Background imageGeological Collection: Tryfan, viewed from the top of Bristly Ridge on Glyder Fach, Snowdonia, Wales, United Kingdom

Tryfan, viewed from the top of Bristly Ridge on Glyder Fach, Snowdonia, Wales, United Kingdom, Europe

Background imageGeological Collection: Three Cliffs Bay, Gower, Wales, United Kingdom, Europe

Three Cliffs Bay, Gower, Wales, United Kingdom, Europe

Background imageGeological Collection: Giants Causeway at sunset, UNESCO World Heritage Site, County Antrim, Ulster, Northern Ireland

Giants Causeway at sunset, UNESCO World Heritage Site, County Antrim, Ulster, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom, Europe

Background imageGeological Collection: Durdle Door, Dorset, England, United Kingdom, Europe

Durdle Door, Dorset, England, United Kingdom, Europe

Background imageGeological Collection: Jenny Lake in front of the Teton range in the Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming

Jenny Lake in front of the Teton range in the Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming, United States of America, North America

Background imageGeological Collection: Fossil ammonite- Desmoceras spp. -Upper Early Cretaceous - Albian Stage - Mahajanga Province

Fossil ammonite- Desmoceras spp. -Upper Early Cretaceous - Albian Stage - Mahajanga Province - Madagascar - Under UV
CAN-3851 Fossil ammonite Upper Early Cretaceous - Albian Stage - Mahajanga Province - Madagascar - Under UV light Desmoceras spp

Background imageGeological Collection: Antique colored illustrations: Geological map of England and Wales

Antique colored illustrations: Geological map of England and Wales

Background imageGeological Collection: Start or end of The Wash, Hunstanton Cliffs, Norfolk, England, United Kingdom, Europe

Start or end of The Wash, Hunstanton Cliffs, Norfolk, England, United Kingdom, Europe

Background imageGeological Collection: Fossils from the palaeozoic era

Fossils from the palaeozoic era
Life forms of the palaeozoic era (for identification of individual items, refer to the book page 13-14)

Background imageGeological Collection: Geological crosssection through the Earths crust

Geological crosssection through the Earths crust.. Chromolithograph from Dr. Fr. Rolles Geology and Paleontology section in Gotthilf Heinrich von Schuberts Natural History, Schreiber, Munich, 1886

Background imageGeological Collection: UK JLM 10277 Flamborough Head, Yorkshire. © John Mason / ARDEA LONDON

UK JLM 10277 Flamborough Head, Yorkshire. © John Mason / ARDEA LONDON
JLM-10277 YORKSHIRE - Flamborough Head, UK John Mason Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way.

Background imageGeological Collection: Krakatoa sunsets, 1883 artworks

Krakatoa sunsets, 1883 artworks
Krakatoa sunsets. Artwork of the spectacular red and orange sunsets caused in London, England, by the August 1883 eruption of Krakatoa, a volcano thousands of kilometres away in Indonesia

Background imageGeological Collection: Barringer Meteor crater - 3/4 mile wide. Located East of Flagstaff, Arizona, USA

Barringer Meteor crater - 3/4 mile wide. Located East of Flagstaff, Arizona, USA
FG-4176 Barringer Meteor crater - 3/4 mile wide. Located East of Flagstaff, Arizona, USA Francois Gohier Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only

Background imageGeological Collection: Volcano Kimanura Nyamulagira Virungas, Zaire, Africa

Volcano Kimanura Nyamulagira Virungas, Zaire, Africa
AW-4153 VOLCANO ERUPTION Kimanura - Nyamulgira Virungas, Democratic Repubulic of Congo (formerly Zaire) Adrian Warren Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only

Background imageGeological Collection: Apollo 17 astronaut

Apollo 17 astronaut. US astronaut and geologist Dr Harrison Schmitt exploring the Taurus-Littrow region of the Moon, as part of NASAs Apollo 17 mission

Background imageGeological Collection: Barga, Italy

Barga, Italy
Barga. View from the mediaeval Tuscan town of Barga across the Serchio river valley, towards the summit of Pania Secca (1171 metres) in the Apuan Alps, Italy

Background imageGeological Collection: Tenerife, satellite image

Tenerife, satellite image. Satellite image of Tenerife showing Mount Teide (lower centre). Vegetation is green, and water is blue

Background imageGeological Collection: Gordale Scar, Yorkshire Dales National Park, North Yorkshire, England, United Kingdom

Gordale Scar, Yorkshire Dales National Park, North Yorkshire, England, United Kingdom, Europe

Background imageGeological Collection: The Giants Causeway

The Giants Causeway, Co Antrim, Northern Ireland

Background imageGeological Collection: Ecuador Cotopaxi, seen from the west

Ecuador Cotopaxi, seen from the west
FG-9787 ECUADOR - Cotopaxi, seen from the west, with full moon Ecuadors highest active volcano. A stratovolcano Francois Gohier Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only

Background imageGeological Collection: Geological map of the British Islands

Geological map of the British Islands. 1941

Background imageGeological Collection: View of limestone pavement, Malham Cove, Malham, Yorkshire Dales National Park, North Yorkshire

View of limestone pavement, Malham Cove, Malham, Yorkshire Dales National Park, North Yorkshire, England, United Kingdom, Europe

Background imageGeological Collection: Sunrise at Lands End, Cabo San Lucas, Baja California Sur, Gulf of California, Mexico, North America

Sunrise at Lands End, Cabo San Lucas, Baja California Sur, Gulf of California, Mexico, North America

Background imageGeological Collection: Morning Glory Pool and surrounds, Yellowstone National Park, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Wyoming

Morning Glory Pool and surrounds, Yellowstone National Park, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Wyoming, United States of America, North America

Background imageGeological Collection: Cathedral Rock at Red Rock Crossing, Sedona, Arizona, United States of America, North America

Cathedral Rock at Red Rock Crossing, Sedona, Arizona, United States of America, North America

Background imageGeological Collection: Lands End rock formation, Los Cabos, Baja California, Mexico, North America

Lands End rock formation, Los Cabos, Baja California, Mexico, North America

Background imageGeological Collection: Copper and magnesium sulphate, LM

Copper and magnesium sulphate, LM
Copper and magnesium sulphate crystals. Polarised light micrograph (LM) of copper sulphate (CuSO4) and magnesium sulphate (MgSO4) crystals

Background imageGeological Collection: Yosemite Valley from Tunnel View, Yosemite National Park, California USA

Yosemite Valley from Tunnel View, Yosemite National Park, California USA

Background imageGeological Collection: The beach at Alvor, Portugal

The beach at Alvor, Portugal
A colourful beach scene at the seaside town of Alvor. This is a town in the Algarve in Portugal

Background imageGeological Collection: Flamborough Head, East Yorkshire, Yorkshire, England, United Kingdom, Europe

Flamborough Head, East Yorkshire, Yorkshire, England, United Kingdom, Europe

Background imageGeological Collection: Jonathan Couch, Cornwall. Before 1870

Jonathan Couch, Cornwall. Before 1870
Full length portrait photograph of Dr Jonathan Couch (1789-1870) standing with one hand hooked into his waistcoat and holding a top hat in the other



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Geological Collection

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Our beautiful pictures are available as Framed Prints, Photos, Wall Art and Photo Gifts

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Your Geological art prints will be delivered to you in a safe and secure manner by Media Storehouse. The company takes great care in packaging your artwork so that it arrives at your doorstep undamaged. Your prints will be rolled up and placed inside a sturdy tube for protection during transit. Media Storehouse uses reputable courier services to deliver your order, ensuring that it reaches you on time and in excellent condition. You can track the progress of your delivery online using the tracking number provided by the company. When you receive your Geological art prints, simply unroll them carefully and allow them to flatten out naturally before framing or displaying them as desired. With our reliable delivery service, you can enjoy beautiful artwork from the comfort of your own home without any hassle or stress.