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2022 / 2023 Edition

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Steam locomotive
26 July 2017

The North of England branch of the Institute of Quarrying covers a vast geographical area, stretching from Berwick upon Tweed down to Teeside and across into Cumbria from Carlisle and down to...

Welsh Slate
12 June 2017

Covering a wide mix of geology including limestone, slate, sand, granite and gravel and the original home of the Institute of Quarrying, North Wales is a hugely significant region for the...

Mountsorrel quarry
26 May 2017

Home to some of the country's largest and most productive rock quarries, a scattering of beautiful restored sites, and the Institute of Quarrying’s headquarters, the Midlands is a hotbed of...

Magheramorne Quarry
18 April 2017

Northern Ireland is one of the most diverse geological areas in the world for its size. The province has Lough Neagh at its centre with various rivers flowing into and out of it, the Upper and...


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