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Memoirs of the Geological Survey (Water Supply)

A long running series started in 1899 with the 'Water supply of Sussex from underground sources'. Over a period of 39 years twenty-eight memoirs were published mostly under the title: 'Wells and springs of…'. They were based on a county basis. The last county based water memoir was published in 1938 was the last revision of 'The water supply of the County of London'. This was notable as it was the first to include location diagrams for the sites of all recorded wells. This series was superceded by one-inch sheet based reports, first in the Wartime Pamphlets and later in the 1960s by the Well Catalogue Series Water Supply Papers of the Geological Survey of Great Britain for England and Wales and for Scotland.

 

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1914
LL08A
The water supply of Nottinghamshire from underground sources Full entry
1929
LL08B
Wells and springs of Derbyshire Full entry
1906
LL09A
The water supply (from underground sources) of the East Riding of Yorkshire, together with the neighbouring portions of the Vales of York and Pickering: with records of sinkings and borings (with contributions by HR Mill) Full entry
1904
LL09B
The water supply of Lincolnshire from underground sources: with records of sinkings and borings Full entry
1931
LL10A
Wells and springs of Leicestershire Full entry
1928
LL10B
Wells and springs of Warwickshire Full entry
1930
LL10C
Wells and springs of Worcestershire (with contributions by CC Duncan and B Brotherton) Full entry
1935
LL11
Wells and springs of Herefordshire Full entry
1909
LL12A
The water supply of Bedfordshire and Northamptonshire, from underground sources: with records of sinkings and borings Full entry
1922
LL12B
The water supply of Cambridgeshire, Huntingdonshire and Rutland from underground sources Full entry
 

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