Series: Lower Wharfedale National Mapping Programme

10 May 2002 - 28 Oct 2004
Series containing Graphic, Electronic and Textual material
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The Lower Wharfedale NMP Project was funded by English Heritage's Archaeology Commissions Programme and operated by Advisory Services, West Yorkshire Archaeology Service (WYAS). Two-fifths of the county of West Yorkshire and smaller parts of North and South Yorkshire were surveyed to National Mapping Programme standards from existing air photographs. Digital maps, at a nominal scale of 1:10,000, and supporting records were created by a team of three aerial investigators. This team was contracted by Advisory Services WYAS and based with English Heritage's Aerial Survey (North) at Tanner Row, York. The project identified and mapped sites varying in date and type from a Neolithic henge to military remains from the twentieth century. New AMIE records were created for 1345 monuments or monument groups and a further 363 amendments or enhancements were made to existing records.


This is part of the Collection: EHC01 English Heritage(EH):Archive

This Series is divided into 1 Child Volume
This Series contains the following materials:
Aerial Photograph Transcription: 44
Text - Digital: 1
Report: 1


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People & Organisations

Air Photograph Interpreter: Deegan, Alison

Air Photograph Interpreter: Van Den Toorn, Daniel

Air Photograph Interpreter: Oakey, Matthew

Air Photograph Interpreter: Boutwood, Yvonne