Patten's Rock Quarry

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Patten's Rock Quarry is a long-disused limestone quarry tucked away in Benthall Edge Wood. The area is an outstanding example of flower-rich grassland, especially noted for its bee orchids and greater butterfly orchids, but also home to two of the Gorge's rarer butterflies, the dingy skipper and the green hairstreak.

This panorama was commissioned by the Severn Gorge Countryside Trust

Photography date: June 2009
Tags: countryside, severn gorge, exterior

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