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Orkney and Shetland (British Regional Geology) by W. Mykura1
Wales (Regional Geology Guides) by M. F. Howells
The Northern Highlands of Scotland (British Regional Geology) by G. S. Johnstone2
Scotland: Tertiary Volcanic Districts (British Regional Geology) by British Geological Survey3
The Grampian Highlands (British Regional Geology) by G. S. Johnstone4
The Midland Valley Of Scotland by Malcolm MacGregor5
British Regional Geology : The South of Scotland by D. C. Greig6
Northern England (British Regional Geology) by British Geological Survey7
The Pennines and Adjacent Areas (British Regional Geology) by British Geological Survey8
Eastern England from the Tees to the Wash (British Regional Geology) by Percy Edward Kent9
Central England (British Regional Geology) by B. A Hains10
The Welsh borderland by J. R. Earp11
East Anglia and Adjoining Areas (British Regional Geology) by C. P. Chatwin12
London and the Thames Valley (British Regional Geology) by British Geological Survey13
The Wealden District (British Regional Geology) by British Geological Survey14
The Hampshire Basin and adjoining areas (British regional geology series) by C. P. Chatwin15
British Regional Geology. Bristol and Gloucester District by British Geological Survey16
South West England (British Regional Geology) by British Geological Survey17
British Regional Geology - North Wales (3rd Edition) by Bernard Smith18
South Wales (British Regional Geology) by T. Neville George19
Regional geology of Northern Ireland, by H.E. Wilson20

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