Barrow Hill with its church and summit with a large shining steel cross forms a prominent skyline feature of the Black Country to the West of Dudley. Below the summit on its flanks are large quarries.
Barrow Hill is a prominent hill of hard dark igneous (volcanic and intrusive) rocks of an olivine basalt type that burst its way into the local country rocks about 300 million years ago.
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Dear Peter!Is the Cross made of steel?
Yes the Cross is made of steel, but has been covered with graffiti!
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Photo taken in Barrow Hill Local Nature Reserve, Vicarage Lane, West Midlands DY5 4JH, UK
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