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The Jura

Naturevolume 18page221 (1878) | Download Citation

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IN the midst of the enjoyment of quiet and beautiful scenery I cannot refrain from writing, in the interest of geology, to attract attention to the facilities for the study of the Jura range afforded by a railway recently opened from Bâle, viâ Délémont and the Münster Thal, to Bienne. It crosses the range at, relatively to the anticlinal, a considerable angle, necessitating no less, as I am told, than twenty-five tunnels great and small (I did not count them myself).

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    • MARSHALL HALL

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