These specimens of sandstone have no particular significance, and are included in my collection, simply because I collected them. I collected them from a newly opened layby in Enville, Shropshire. I was travelling from central Wales to the West Midlands. a frequently travelled route, and stopped for a five minute rest in a layby. I took the opportunity to explore the freshly excavated bank at the rear of the layby and found many sandstone nodules, etc. with varying composition. These are just a few, and my research tells me that this locality is recorded as being the Enville member, Sandstone in the Salop formation.