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Pictures above: The Yandow exploratory oil/gas well in St. Albans was drilled to a depth of 4,500 feet in 1957. The well was drilled by the Henderson Company using a cable tool rig. Wooden blocks at the base of the derrick rotted and the derrick “settled” onto the well head, thus tipping it about 30 degrees. (1)
Stamford granite
Stamford granite (Proterozoic), Stamford, VT (1)
Dalton Fm.
Conglomerate, Dalton Fm, Stamford, VT (1)

Black Mtn granite
Black Mtn. granite, Dummerston, VT (1)

  pothole
Pothole at 2,820', Burnt Rock Mtn., Fayston, VT (J. Thoren)
pothole
High elevation (2,820 ft) pothole, Burnt Rock Mtn., Fayston (for discussion see Doll, 1936) (J. Thoren)

Pinnacle Conglomerate, Bristol, VT (2)
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Pinnacle Conglomerate, Bristol, VT (2)
       
           



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Photo credits: 1- M. Gale, 2 - J. Kim, 3- G. Springston

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