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Fig. 1.—View looking upstream from near the mouth of Deadmans Creek showing Grey Marl passing upward into Sandstones beneath the ridge of Great Marlborough Conglomerate. Deadmans Creek beds occur between the two ridges of conglomerate
Fig. 2.—The south side of Deadmans Hill. showing the two ridges of Great Marlborough Conglomerate separated by a fault. Deadmans Creek flows from left to right across the centre and Deadmans Creek beds lie below the conglomerate.
Fig. 3.—Deadmans Creek sanstones disturbed by faulting in the gorge of Deadmans Creek just west of the lower conglomerate ridge. View south.
Fig. 4.—Outcrop of typical Great Marlborough Conglomerate—Saddle Camp, near the head of Rika Stream.