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  • England's Motoring Heritage from the Air

    The arrival of aerial photography came at a particularly significant moment in terms of the visual appearance of England. This selection of photographs makes use of the Aerofilms collection

    Series: Illustrated History

  • Stonehenge World Heritage Site Mapping Project: Management Report

    This report details the key findings from the Stonehenge World Heritage Site NMP project carried out by staff from the Aerial Survey & Investigation team of English Heritage in the summer of

    Series: Research Reports

  • Photogrammetric Applications for Cultural Heritage

    This guidance covers the practical application of photogrammetry in recording cultural heritage, with particular reference to structure from motion (SfM) techniques.

    Series: Guidance

  • West Midlands Farmsteads and Landscapes Project County Summary Reports

    County Reports (including the Central Conurbation) which analyse the results of the farmsteads mapping held on each county and (within the Central Conurbation) Historic Environment Record, against the results where available of Landscape Character Assessment and Historic Landscape Characterisation. Each have summaries of the key findings of the overall project outlining the scale, survival and use of farmsteads for individual county and local authorities as well as the National Character Areas which fall within the West Midlands.

  • Planning for the Future

    Guidance on managing the archaeological and palaeoenvironmental resource in the valleys of the Till and Tweed in Northumberland.

    Series: Guidance

  • The Forest of Dean Mapping Project, Gloucestershire: A report for the National Mapping Programme

    This report details the key findings from the Forest of Dean NMP project carried out by staff from the Aerial Survey & Investigation team of English Heritage between February 2003 and January

    Series: Research Reports

  • A Brief for English Heritage Rapid Coastal Zone Assessment Surveys

    RCZAS Brief updated 12/12/2007

  • Bowled Over

    Examines the physical landscape of bowls from modest pavilions in municipal parks to the ornate constructions at stately homes.

    Series: Sporting Heritage

  • Summary Report: West Midlands Farmsteads and Landscapes Project

    The West Midlands Farmsteads and Landscapes Project is a collaborative project, led by English Heritage in partnership with the region's county and metropolitan councils and with the support of Advantage West Midlands.

  • Stonehenge

    A History in Photographs: charts the last 150 years in the life of this extraordinary and iconic site.

    Series: Illustrated History

  • The Archaeology of the Suffolk Coast and Inter-tidal Zone: A report for the National Mapping Programme

    NMP report from the Suffolk Coast and Inter-tidal Zone Mapping Project

    Series: Research Reports

  • Mapping Ancient Landscapes in Northamptonshire

    Aerial reconnaissance and the National Mapping Programme project in Northamptonshire have recovered and mapped evidence of archaeological activity of widely varying character, from field systems

    Series: Archaeology

  • The Lambourn Downs: A Report for the National Mapping Programme

    This report details the key findings from the Lambourn Downs NMP project carried out by staff from the Aerial Survey & Investigation team of English Heritage between March 1999 and March 2000

    Series: Research Reports

  • Historic England Research Issue 6

    The landscape of Stonehenge New investigations in the Stonehenge World Heritage Site Aerial investigation and mapping Pigs, curlews and trains: geophysical survey Neolithic pits near

    Series: Research News/Historic England Research

  • The Malvern Hills: An ancient landscape

    interest. The project involved documentary research, aerial survey and fieldwork.  The most significant results are presented here.  These results will continue to inform management and conservation

    Series: Archaeology

  • Research News Issue 15: Autumn 2010

    This general issue of Research News has articles on: a forgotten racecourse at Alston, Cumbria; aerial photography and mapping the Roman town of Isurium Brigantium; Marden Henge

    Series: Research News/Historic England Research

  • Dunwich, Suffolk: Mapping and assessing the inundated medieval town

    Historic Ordnance Survey Mapping 4.7 Historic Aerial Photography  4.8 Historic paintings, pictures and descriptions 4.9 Changes to the City of Dunwich identified from mapping 5 Geophysical data

  • Great Lengths: The historic indoor swimming pools of Britain

    Traces the development of indoor public baths and pools, from the earliest subscription baths of the Georgian period and the first municipal baths in Liverpool in 1829, to the current generation of leisure pools with their flumes and potted palm trees.

    Series: Sporting Heritage

  • Played in Liverpool: Charting the heritage of a city at play

    Guides the reader on an intimate tour of Liverpool’s sporting treasures; from the site of the 19th century Liverpool Olympics and the dockside location of Britain’s first municipal swimming baths, to the football giants of Liverpool and Everton.

    Series: Sporting Heritage

  • Played in Tyne and Wear: Charting the heritage of people at play

    Part of the Played in Britain series of books on sporting and recreational heritage, this volume offers an informative and entertaining history of the Tyne and Wear's sporting heritage, including the popular - such as football - through to the more surprising such as pigeon-racing.

    Series: Sporting Heritage

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