SCRCA Location Type: Archaeological Site

Location Type Code

A site containing surface and /or sub-surface archaeology associated with the construction of the Settle-Carlisle Railway between 1869 and 1876.


The following examples from the SCRCA Project database illustrate this location type. Locations are only displayed here if they have been 'assessed' and if a default image is available.   Show / hide tips

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SCRCA Location Variant: Archaeologal Site - Tramway

Location ID: 250270

Crag of Blea Moor Tramway

SCRCA Location Variant: Archaeologal Site - Navvy Settlement

SCRCA Location Variant: Spoil Tip

SCRCA Location Variant: Archaeologal Site - Quarry or Pit

Location ID: 248900

Littledale Limestone Quarry

Location ID: 249290

Force Gill Limestone Quarry

Location ID: 249295

Force Gill Shale Quarry

SCRCA Location Variant: Archaeologal Site - Other


Errors and omissions
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