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Field Trip 2 – Buxton Spar and Spa

 

The core of the trip will be based on the Geologists’ Association 1904 Excursion to Buxton and North Derbyshire. The original trip director was H. Arnold-Bemrose, with assistance from Professor Boyd Dawkins, Henry Alfred Hubbersty and Herbert Lapworth, the younger son of Professor Charles Lapworth.

A trip to the historic Poole’s Cavern will be a highlight of the day. With its spectacular array of stalactites, stalagmites, flowstone curtains and pillars, the Cavern featured in England’s first guide-book for tourists published by the poet Charles Cotton in 1680. Poole’s Cavern was visited by Celia Fiennes in the late seventeenth century; she was probably the first recorded English geotourist.

The excursion will explore the town of Buxton and the geology of its environs in the Derbyshire Wye Valley. There will also be an opportunity to look at some interesting limestone and volcanic rocks of Lower Carboniferous age in the Wye Valley, and to examine some of the sites that underpinned the early beginnings of geotourism based upon caverns, spas and mines.

Buxton houses a museum with historical geological collections (including that of Professor William Boyd Dawkins (1837–1929) and the area was examined, mapped and sectioned by White Watson (1760–1835), a pioneer of Derbyshire and Peak District stratigraphy. He is best known for his published stratigraphic sections (1788 and 1811) and inlaid marble tablets of ‘sections of strata’ made from samples of the rocks themselves. This innovative method of display not only showed an early understanding of the fledgling science of geology, but also formed the first attempt at documenting the stratigraphical structure of Derbyshire.

The town is also home to modern ‘Buxton Mineral Water’, although the origins of its spa can be traced back to the Roman period. The Pump Room (1884) was, until 1981, the place where visitors could ‘take the waters’. It is now being refurbished as part of the Buxton Crescent and Thermal Spa Project. The Natural Baths (1854) are built over the site of the original Roman baths; they were redeveloped (1987) as an arcade, which now houses the largest stained glass window in Britain.

It is intended that participants will return to Manchester in time for the reception at the Museum of Science and Industry.

Trip Leader:

Tom Hose

Dates:

25 July, 2013

Cost:

£62, to include train fare, museum entrance fees and lunch.

Deposit required:

Full payment of £62

Places on this trip can be reserved on a first-come first-served basis by paying the full registration fee.

Registration deadline – 15 June 2013.