Light-gray to greenish-gray, white-weathering, fine-grained feldspathic metasandstone and metasiltstone, and light-gray to greenish-gray to dark-gray phyllite. Lesser amounts of quartzite. Rare calc-silicate nodules. Generally sharply bedded, but graded beds as well as slump structures are locally obvious. Tourmaline is a sporadic accessory mineral. May be sulfidic (either pyrite or pyrrhotite) and rusty weathering. “Pinstriping” is common. U-Pb zircon SHRIMP age of 492.5±7.8 Ma from a porphyritic tonalite sill about 2 km east of West Bath, N.H. (D.W. Rankin, USGS, unpub. data, 2011). Stratified rocks of the Bronson Hill arch and Sawyer Mountain belt.