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Links to the websites of other organisations

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Archaeology Data Service (ADS) A searchable digital archive including Sites and Monuments Records for parts of the UK and Excavation Index for England.

Britain from Above The unique Aerofilms collection of aerial photographs from 1919-1953.

CBA The Council for British Archaeology website

CBA Yorkshire A very useful resource for what’s happening in Yorkshire

Craven Museum The museum of the Craven Dales situated in Skipton

Current Archaeology Monthly magazine covering all aspects of British archaeology

Digital Archives The Digital Archives Association produces high resolution images of historical maps on CD and DVD.

Heritage Gateway The Heritage Gateway allows you to cross-search over 50 resources, including over 60% of local English Historic Environment Records (HERs)

Ingleborough Archaeology Group The Group has monthly talks and lectures at Ingleborough Community Centre between October and March, and arrange a programme of summer evening walks from May through to September. In addition they have an active programme of fieldwork.

Kilnsey and Conistone The Kilnsey and Conistone community website

Orkneyjar A website dedicated to the preserving, exploring and documenting the ancient history, folklore and traditions of Orkney

Potsherd The British pages of pottery and ceramics principally of the Roman period (1st cent. BC - 5th cent. AD)

Rylstone History Project A group of enthusiasts, including experts in various fields, who are interested in local history, vernacular buildings, landscape and archaeology. Our aim has been to look at, record and interpret the development of Rylstone village and its surrounding landscape from the geological past, through pre-history and medieval times to the modern era.

Star Carr Details of ongoing work at this famous mesolithic site.

Seeing beneath Stonehenge Seeing Beneath Stonehenge uses Google Earth to transport you around the virtual landscape and learn more about the archaeology of this internationally important site.

The Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings Campaigns to save old buildings from decay, demolition and damage.

Valley of the First Iron Masters This interactive website covers the Foulness Valley in East Yorkshire, home to one of Britain's largest prehistoric iron industries

Yorkshire CD books Computer Searchable CD rom versions of old and rare Yorkshire books

York Community Archaeology A useful resource for Community Archaeology groups in and around York, but also a wealth of related information for all.

Yorkshire  Archaeological  & Historical Society The YAS has extensive archive & library facilities, its special interest groups arrange their own lecture programme, excursions and field work.

Yorkshire Dales Landscape Research Trust Conducts field work and run a variety of courses, in the Craven area

                                        The UWHG is not responsible for the content of external internet sites.

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