Today I meet up with Dan from Phoenix History (link below), a fellow YouTuber, to collaborate on a video exploration. We go to Harrison’s Rocks, near Groombridge, in East Sussex, a notable example of a periglacial tor landform, developed in rocks of the Tunbridge Wells Sand Formation of the Wealden Supergroup of early Cretaceous age.
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Phoenix History: https://www.youtube.com/c/PhoenixHistory
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