People used to go to the prestwich hills to watch the trains scudding along.
prestwich, Mr., on English and French eocene formations, 328.
I have twice visited the spot, which has been correctly described by Mr. prestwich.
prestwich therefore used another method, which seems to give results sufficiently accurate for the purpose.
Mr. prestwich has suggested that ground-ice may have had its influence in modifying the ancient alluvium of the Somme.
The following detailed account of the strata is due to prestwich.
The water is received in a service reservoir at prestwich, near Manchester, from which it is supplied to the city.
This deposit is considered by Mr. prestwich to be equivalent to other high-level gravels of the Pleistocene period.
An excellent, and perhaps the most recent, map of this kind is that given by Professor prestwich in his Geology, vol.
A legend of this kind was long connected with Hulme Hall, formerly a seat of a branch of the prestwich family.