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Sacheveral Farm, Winster, Derbyshire, England, UK

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Latitude & Longitude (WGS84): 53° 7' 48'' North , 1° 39' 11'' West
Latitude & Longitude (decimal): 53.1300644894, -1.65322392777
UK National Grid Reference:SK232593
Other regions containing this locality:The Pennines, England, UK


"On the day I visited this small and shallow quarry I found fluorite, baryte, calcite and samples of what appears to be (white \ cream) smithsonite. The samples I recovered were not really very good, but they were the best I could find on the site. The largest fluorite crystal is barely 3mm, baryte's more than 6mm (though not great quality). All specimens were each on a matrix of very delicate sandy limestone which crumbles very easily. Some of the fluorites have a distinct bevelled edging and range in colour from transparent clear to pale yellow. A few nice specimens but generally not a great location." (Alan Ions information)

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