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Conegar Road Cutting

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This site is designated as an SSSI or is part of a larger SSSI. Here are the details:

SSSI Name Conegar Road Cutting
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The site at Conegar Road Cutting comprises a 175 metre long road section located immediately north of Broadwindsor. The steep east and west-facing road sides expose a nationally important sequence through the upper parts of the Bridport Sands and the Lower Inferior Oolite and clearly demonstrate the stratigraphical relationships between these lithologies. The total thickness of the succession is approximately 20 metres.

Interest Geological
Status Not Featured on NoD
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Natural England Sites Map Species List Some Photographs Guidance Notes