Day of Archaeology

Day of Archaeology

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Discovering the Clyde has been contributing to the Day of Archaeology.  This is an international event which lets people see what it really means to be an archaeologist.

Heather Stoddart, Measured Survey Manager, Architecture and Industry Section and Ali McCaig, Measured Survey Manager, Landscape Section at Historic Environment Scotland write about the work that they have been undertaking at Hyndford Mills as part of the Discovering the Clyde programme.

Having completed the fieldwork, we are now finalising the survey drawings and undertaking research into the history of the site.

 

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  1. I have been working along the Clyde in Clydesdale for nearly forty years now, this in association with volunteers of Biggar Archaeology Group. Now I am at the other end of the river between Erskine and Rosneath in association with North Clyde Archaeologiocal Society. Between the two groups we have added significantly to the corpus of archaeological data along the upper and lower Clyde, for numerous reports from Late Upper Palaeolithic to WW II see our web sites at http://www.biggararchaeology.org.uk and http://www.spanglefish.com/northclydearchaeologicalsociety. A new report on bridges over the Clyde between Elvanfoot and Lanark and another on Tinto Hill will soon be on the Biggar web – enjoy Tam

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