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93 Ankerdine Hill - Knightwick by Paintings by Norman Neasom (1915 - 2010)

93 Ankerdine Hill - Knightwick by Paintings by Norman Neasom (1915 - 2010)

Ankerdine Hill - Knightwick

Watercolour: Signed and dated 1993

Image: 225mm x 300mm - Framed 445 x 510mm

Ankerdine Hill lies along the Malvern Axis, which follows a line that links it to the Malvern Hills and was formed by a massive upheaval of rocks, when Red Triassic rocks (250-million years-old) clashed with Silurian rocks (440-million years old).

The geological boundaries between the rock types are faults related to the Malvern Fault. The south-eastern slope of the steep-sided hill is characterised by a number of hummocks caused by landslips.

Ankerdine is a steep climb from the old Talbot Inn at Knightwick and the start for many walkers

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