22 items found

An historical survey of the landslips of the Axmouth-Lyme-Regis undercliffs, Devon (1981)

J. Pitts (Geologist)

View of the land-slip, looking towards the east ([1840?)

View ..

Dowlands [Landslip, Rousdon] (1863)

E. Edwards

Extraordinary convulsion and land-slip. View of the land-slip, looking towards the east ([1840?)

The Black Ven landslip, Charmouth, Dorset: an example of the effect of a secondary reservoir of groundwater in an unstable area (1974)

Bernard Walford Conway

A view of the chasm, the ruined cottages, the sunk orchard, ... ([1840])

William Gauci

A view of the ruins occasioned by the earthquake, or land-slip, at Axmouth near Seaton ... ([1840])

William Gauci

[ Landslip, Axmouth] View through the principal chasm looking east (1840)

L. E. Reed

[ Landslip, Axmouth] View through the principal chasm looking west (1840)

L. E. Reed

View of the extraordinary land slip at Dowlands near Lyme Regis, December 25th, 1839 (1840)

G. Hawkins (Junior)

View of the land-slip at Bindon and Dowlands; near Lyme in Dorsetshire, on Christmas Eve, 1839 (1840)

W. C. Featherstone

A view of the landslip from Great Bindon, looking westward ... ([1840])

George Johann Scharf

View of the Axmouth landslip from Dowlands, looking westward upon ... ([1840])

George Johann Scharf

View of the great chasm from its western end at Bindon, looking eastward to the coast ... ([1840])

George Johann Scharf

View from the new beach, looking westward to Beer Head ([1840])

George Johann Scharf

View from the western end of the beach near Culverhole Point, looking eastward ([1840])

George Johann Scharf

Landslip near Lyme Regis (1875)

View of the landslip at Whitlands, about one mile to the eastward of the great ... (1840)

George Johann Scharf

Landslip under Southdown between Beer Head and Branscombe, which took place in 1789-90 ... ([1840])

George Johann Scharf

View in the great chasm of the Axmouth landslip. Looking eastward (1840)

William Dawson

View of the great chasm of the Axmouth landslip. Looking westward. Reaping the wheat. 25th August 1840 (1840)

George Johann Scharf

View of the second land-slip at Whitlands between Lyme and Seaton on the coast of Devon, which occurred February 3 1840 (1840)