Sutton Knoll in Suffolk England is a famous and very rare fossil island of Pliocene Coralline Crag in a Red Crag sea on London Clay.
Rockhall Wood is its location and you can find marine shells including mussels, phosphatic nodules (coprolites), quartz stones, pipes, sand waves and pebble layers.
The Pliocene geology of what was formerly known as Pettistree Hall Pit has Red Crag overlying Coralline Crag boulders, wave cut platforms, ancient Coralline and Suffolk Crag beaches also known as Red Crag beaches, and other geological and natural science wonders.
The Sutton Hall Farms Knoll is on top of a hill near the River Deben. It has a number of quarries mined into it for the coprolite phosphate stones that were used in the 19th century to create phosphate fertiliser for the local farming land.
From an Electric Universe geology perspective the rarity of this isolated hillock, the possible electromagnetic conversion or electrochemical transmutation of chemical elements of the Coralline Crag to Red Crag or Red Crag sands (ferruginous coloration), coprolites (phosphate nodules), the layers of pebbles between formations, solution pipes, quartz stones, fossils, cross bedding, even a mention for the geological mythical proto River Thames - everything is exciting.
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