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Scout Green is a small hamlet on the west side of the M6 and main London-Glasgow Railway line near Tebay. The area was heavily glaciated during the Ice Age and large morainic deposits of glacial till abound. The imposed drainage has produced an excellent example of river terracing.

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Keywords:birk beck, cumbria, devensian, geology, geomorphology, hamlets, ice age, lake district, river terraces, scout green, till

HRS 7349 Scout Green, Shap Till and sand deposits

HRS 7349 Scout Green, Shap Till and sand deposits

HRS 7352 Scout Green, River terrace foreground, remnant till deposits in background S

HRS 7352 Scout Green, River terrace foreground, remnant till deposits in background S

HRS 7350 Scout Green, M6 and railway looking east

HRS 7350 Scout Green, M6 and railway looking east

HRS 7353 Scout Green, footbridge

HRS 7353 Scout Green, footbridge

HRS 7351 Scout Green, remnant till and river terrace

HRS 7351 Scout Green, remnant till and river terrace

HRS 7354 Scout Green, River terrace and remnant till

HRS 7354 Scout Green, River terrace and remnant till