Volume: Chesters Roman Fort, Northumberland

Date:
1950 - 2009
Location:
Chesters Roman Fort, Humshaugh, Northumberland
Reference:
PF/CRF
Type:
Volume containing Graphic and Electronic material

Description

217 sheets of measured drawings, rectified photography, sketches, topographic survey sheets, overlays and digitally-originated prints showing the fort and its associated buildings, including its footbridge, car-park and new amenity building. The earliest sheets date from the 1950s and the most recent from 2008-2009. Maintenance and construction issues are covered, including extension of the car-park, replacement of the sewage treatment works and its associated drainage, construction of an access ramp for the Museum, new fittings for the ticket and sales office, alterations to the entrance road, and replacement of Museum lighting.

Content

This is part of the Series: EHC01/022 English Heritage Plans and Measured Drawings; within the Collection: EHC01 English Heritage(EH):Archive

This Volume is divided into 14 Jobs and 119 Child Records
This Volume contains the following materials:
Computer Generated Plot: 17
Contour Survey: 4
Drawing: 6
Excavation Plan: 1
Location Map/Plan: 1
Map: 1
Measured Drawing: 168
Measured Survey: 3
Overlay: 6
Sketch Plan: 10
Photograph (Digital): 28

Rights

Copyright Campmuir Construction Consultants Limited [CCCL]

Copyright Crown Copyright. Historic England Archive

Copyright Historic England Archive

Contact Historic England Archive

People & Organisations

Creator of Archive: Napper

Creator of Archive: Central Excavation Unit

Creator of Archive: Department Of The Environment

Creator of Archive: Ministry Of Works

Creator of Archive: Ministry Of Public Building And Works

Creator of Archive: English Heritage

Creator of Archive: Plowman Craven And Associates

Creator of Archive: Hutchinson Environmental Solutions

Creator of Archive: Bartram Walker

Creator of Archive: Campmuir Construction Consultants Limited

Creator of Archive: Cws Engineering Department

Keywords

20th Century Visitors Centre (Leisure), 20th Century Car Park, Roman Fort