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Viewing website implies consent to set cookies on your computer. Full details Swaledale and Arkengarthdale Archaeology Group
Registered Charitable Incorporated Organisation Number 1155775
SWAAG Honorary President:
Tim Laurie FSA

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 *****SWAAG_ID***** 785
 Date Entered 06/03/2014
 Updated on 06/03/2014
 Recorded by David Saville
 Category Photographic Record
 Record Type General HER
 SWAAG Site Stainton Moor
 Site Access Army Range
 Record Date 03/03/2014
 Location Stainton Moor
 Civil Parish Stainton
 Brit. National Grid 
 Record Name Photographs taken during SWAAG return walk to Stainton Moor.
 Record Description Some photographs taken during the SWAAG return walk to the army ranges on Stainton Moor. This was a follow up to the original visit two weeks earlier that was impacted by dense fog. The weather on our return was much more pleasant with mixed sun and cloud. Links to database records 783, 784, 786 and ...
 Image 1 ID 5170         Click image to enlarge
 Image 1 Description Burn sandstone from Burnt Mound near to start of walk.
 Image 2 ID 5177         Click image to enlarge
 Image 2 Description Peering inside the portal of Wyville's Level
 Image 3 ID 5168         Click image to enlarge
 Image 3 Description Ferns hanging inside Dagget's Level portal (can anyone identify them?)
 Image 4 ID 5173         Click image to enlarge
 Image 4 Description Common Lizard near Dagget's Level
 Image 5 ID 5172         Click image to enlarge
 Image 5 Description Circular lichen (Rhizocarpon petraeum?)
 Image 6 ID 5171         Click image to enlarge
 Image 6 Description Chert scraper in situ (see db record 784)
 Image 7 ID 5174         Click image to enlarge
 Image 7 Description Junipers growing in Juniper Gill (see db record 786)
 Image 8 ID 5181         Click image to enlarge
 Image 8 Description Lepidodendron root impression. Lepidodendron are an extinct genus of tree-sized plants from the Carboniferous and are related to modern day club mosses. They lived in swamps and helped to form the Carboniferous coal deposits.
 Image 9 ID 5180         Click image to enlarge
 Image 9 Description Large cup marked stone showing visibility right across to Teeside
 Image 10 ID 5169         Click image to enlarge
 Image 10 Description Boundary stone
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