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Timothy Daw
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I live on the edge of the Marlborough Downs and work part time at Stonehenge. This blog represents only my own opinions and thoughts, not that of any current or past employer or co-worker.
I live on the edge of the Marlborough Downs and work part time at Stonehenge. This blog represents only my own opinions and thoughts, not that of any current or past employer or co-worker.

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A344 Permissive Path - Open by 1st Oct 2017
Visitors enjoying the Permissive Path on the Route of the old A344 at Stonehenge From: Davies, Jennifer Sent: 07 September 2017 08:48 Subject: RE: Stonehenge Permissive Path All is in hand and the path will indeed be open on or before the 1st October. We ha...

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Details of the Stonehenge Tunnel Preferred Route Option 1Nd
From Highways England: Based on the detailed WebTAG assessment and appraisal of the modified route
options following the public consultation (January–March 2017), the
recommended Preferred Route for the A303 Stonehenge scheme is Option 1Nd The Options: Opti...

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Stonehenge Tunnel Preferred Route
Highways England Update 11 Sep 2017 on the Stonehenge Tunnel https://highwaysengland.citizenspace.com/cip/a303-stonehenge/ Our first (non-statutory) public consultation on proposed options took place from 12 January to 5 March 2017. Following our thorough a...

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The 2016 update of the mapping of the World Heritage Site
The 2016 update of the mapping of the World Heritage Site, highlighting the density of archaeological features identified both from thousands of aerial images dating back as far as 1906, and recent lidar imagery. The yellow line marks the current WHS bounda...

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Stonehenge 1938
Apart from a date of 1938 written on the back I have no more information about these snaps.

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Megalith 2017
Stonehenge and Avebury World Heritage Site are pleased to announce the release of the 2017 edition of the popular annual newsletter for the Stonehenge and Avebury World Heritage Site, Megalith. This year’s edition of Megalith focuses on the artistic merit o...

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World Archaeoastronomy Heritage Sites Report Released
Heritage Sites of Astronomy and Archaeoastronomy in the context of the UNESCO World Heritage Convention: Thematic Study no. 2 Principal authors: Clive Ruggles and Michel Cotte This is the second Thematic Study in a joint venture between ICOMOS, the advisory...

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The consistent, not "warm", springs of Blick Mead
A quick pedantic note in response to a query. David Jacques describing Blick Mead "The springhead and springline water temperature is a steady 10-13 ºc all year. The experiments that confirmed this observation were conducted by Pete Kinge of QinetiQ using f...

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Find Stonehenge Historic England Research Reports Using A Map
Download all 20 reports from HE recent research using a new interactive map of the Stonehenge landscape , these reports represent an up-to-date synthesis of this iconic monument and surrounding area; the results of several years' fieldwork and research. The...

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New Stonehenge Research from Historic England
New Investigations in the Stonehenge World Heritage Site (Click to enlarge - The 2016 update of the mapping of the World Heritage Site, highlighting the density of archaeological features identified both from thousands of aerial images dating back as far as...
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