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Archive6525924TitleGATP059_02_08 - Gwynedd Archaeological Trust Projects ArchiveLevelItemDescriptionDigital photograph of view from north of launch pit 2 post-excavation showing grey clay fill. Photographed during Gwynedd Archaeological Trust's archaeological watching brief of water main renewal in Dolgellau on 28th July 2017. Project no. G2528.MediumPhoto.Imagesy
Archive6378885TitleGAT10_04_15 - Gwynedd Archaeological Trust ReportsLevelItemDescriptionGwynedd Archaeological Trust Report relating to Afon Wnion Ground Investigation Works, Dolgellau. Project No: G2119. Report No: 876.Medium1 file. Text, Photo, Cartographic, Graphic.Imagesn
Archive6525922TitleGATP059_02_06 - Gwynedd Archaeological Trust Projects ArchiveLevelItemDescriptionDigital photograph showing view from west of launch pit 2's general location. Photographed during Gwynedd Archaeological Trust's archaeological watching brief of water main renewal in Dolgellau on 28th July 2017. Project no. G2528.MediumPhoto.Imagesy
Archive6434437TitleAJP28_33 - A.J. Parkinson Slide CollectionLevelItemDescription35mm colour slide showing The Pharmacy, Dolgellau, produced by A.J. Parkinson.MediumPhoto.Imagesn
Archive6165451Title2003_CS_0807 - RCAHMW Colour Oblique Aerial PhotographsLevelItemDescriptionRCAHMW colour oblique aerial photograph of Dolgellau, townscape. Taken by Toby Driver on 31/03/2003MediumPhoto.Imagesn
Archive6485768TitleGATP017_02_24 - Gwynedd Archaeological Trust Projects ArchiveLevelItemDescriptionMarian Mawr archaeological assessment; section B-C, view from N looking towards drystone wall [Feature 2], taken by Robert Evans of Gwynedd Archaeological Trust, 5th February 2016.MediumPhoto.Imagesy
Archive6387096TitleCAP067 - Cambrian Archaeological Projects ArchiveLevelItemDescriptionArchaeological Survey Phase III Report relating to Forest Enterprise Welsh Heritage Assets Project: Clocaenog, Cynwyd, Ceiriog, Mathrafal, Ceri. CAP Report Number 67.MediumText, Cartographic.Imagesn
Archive6485785TitleGATP017_03 - Gwynedd Archaeological Trust Projects ArchiveLevelSub-groupDescriptionMetadata associated with an archaeological assessment carried out at Marian Mawr, Dolgellau (GAT project code G2457). Produced by Gwynedd Archaeological Trust, 2016.Medium135KB. Text.Imagesn
Archive6072196TitleNMR Site FilesLevelItemDescriptionBlack and white print showing Dolgellau, Merioneth. Negative not heldMediumPhoto.Imagesn
Archive6321250TitleA31472 - Aerofilms CollectionLevelItemDescriptionBlack and white oblique aerial photograph showing Dolgellau,View of the town looking south-east; the post-war housing boom is represented by houses under construction in Ffordd y Felin (centre left) and Ardd Fawr (bottom left). From Aerofilms album Merionethshire and Montgomeryshire, taken by Aerofilms Ltd and dated 1950.MediumPhoto.Imagesy
Archive6525925TitleGATP059_02_10 - Gwynedd Archaeological Trust Projects ArchiveLevelItemDescriptionDigital photograph showing general view looking south along the pipeline route. Photographed during Gwynedd Archaeological Trust's archaeological watching brief of water main renewal in Dolgellau on 28th July 2017. Project no. G2528.MediumPhoto.Imagesn
Archive6335249Title278460 - Aerofilms CollectionLevelItemDescriptionBlack and white oblique aerial photograph showing Dolgellau, view of the town looking north, from Aerofilms album Merionethshire and Montgomeryshire, taken by Aerofilms Ltd and dated 1974.MediumPhoto.Imagesn
Archive6222663TitleDS2009_076 - Investigators' Digital PhotographyLevelBatchDescriptionRCAHMW digital photographic survey of Lombard Street, Dolgellau, taken by Iain Wright, 06/07/2009.MediumPhoto.Imagesy
Archive6228932TitleF21_58_RAF_5165_0138 - Royal Air Force Aerial Photography CollectionLevelItemDescriptionBlack and white vertical aerial photograph, taken in 1962 by the RAF, showing the Dolgellau area at a height of 20,000'MediumPhoto.Imagesy
Archive6354838TitleAP_2009_1825 - RCAHMW Colour Oblique Digital Aerial PhotographsLevelItemDescriptionRCAHMW colour oblique aerial photograph of Dolgellau. Taken on 02 June 2009 by Toby DriverMediumPhoto.Imagesy
Archive6354837TitleAP_2009_1814 - RCAHMW Colour Oblique Digital Aerial PhotographsLevelItemDescriptionRCAHMW colour oblique aerial photograph of Dolgellau. Taken on 02 June 2009 by Toby DriverMediumPhoto.Imagesy
Archive6354840TitleAP_2009_1819 - RCAHMW Colour Oblique Digital Aerial PhotographsLevelItemDescriptionRCAHMW colour oblique aerial photograph of Dolgellau. Taken on 02 June 2009 by Toby DriverMediumPhoto.Imagesy
Archive6354834TitleAP_2009_1815 - RCAHMW Colour Oblique Digital Aerial PhotographsLevelItemDescriptionRCAHMW colour oblique aerial photograph of Dolgellau. Taken on 02 June 2009 by Toby DriverMediumPhoto.Imagesy
Archive6354839TitleAP_2009_1824 - RCAHMW Colour Oblique Digital Aerial PhotographsLevelItemDescriptionRCAHMW colour oblique aerial photograph of Dolgellau. Taken on 02 June 2009 by Toby DriverMediumPhoto.Imagesy
Archive6354832TitleAP_2009_1817 - RCAHMW Colour Oblique Digital Aerial PhotographsLevelItemDescriptionRCAHMW colour oblique aerial photograph of Dolgellau. Taken on 02 June 2009 by Toby DriverMediumPhoto.Imagesy
Archive6354833TitleAP_2005_2354 - RCAHMW Colour Oblique Digital Aerial PhotographsLevelItemDescriptionRCAHMW colour oblique aerial photograph of Dolgellau. Taken on 17 October 2005 by Toby DriverMediumPhoto.Imagesy
Archive6354841TitleAP_2009_1821 - RCAHMW Colour Oblique Digital Aerial PhotographsLevelItemDescriptionRCAHMW colour oblique aerial photograph of Dolgellau. Taken on 02 June 2009 by Toby DriverMediumPhoto.Imagesy
Archive6485498TitleGATP017_02_01 - Gwynedd Archaeological Trust Projects ArchiveLevelItemDescriptionMarian Mawr archaeological assessment; Section E-F, view from NNW showing view across council works area through which pipeline will pass, taken by Robert Evans of Gwynedd Archaeological Trust, 5th February 2016.MediumPhoto.Imagesy
Archive6072175TitleNMR Site FilesLevelItemDescriptionUndated black and white print showing Dolgellau, Merioneth. Negative heldMediumPhoto.Imagesn
Archive6165454Title2003_5051_63 - RCAHMW Black and White Oblique Aerial PhotographsLevelItemDescriptionRCAHMW black and white oblique aerial photograph of Dolgellau, townscape. Taken by Toby Driver on 31/03/2003MediumPhoto.Imagesn
Archive6143786Title99_CS_0593 - RCAHMW Colour Oblique Aerial PhotographsLevelItemDescriptionRCAHMW colour slide oblique aerial photograph of Dolgellau, taken on 17/03/1999 by Toby DriverMediumPhoto.Imagesy
Archive6143789Title94_CS_1819 - RCAHMW Colour Oblique Aerial PhotographsLevelItemDescriptionRCAHMW colour slide oblique aerial photograph of Dolgellau, Dolgellau, taken by C.R. Musson, 09/10/94MediumPhoto.Imagesn
Archive6525923TitleGATP059_02_07 - Gwynedd Archaeological Trust Projects ArchiveLevelItemDescriptionGeneral view from north east of launch pit 2 during excavation showing grey clay below juncus. Photographed during Gwynedd Archaeological Trust's archaeological watching brief of water main renewal in Dolgellau on 28/07/2017. Project no. G2528.MediumPhoto.Imagesy
Archive6222661TitleDS2009_082 - Investigators' Digital PhotographyLevelBatchDescriptionRCAHMW digital photographic survey of Wtra plas Coch, Dolgellau, taken by Iain Wright, 06/07/2009.MediumPhoto.Imagesy
Archive6317676TitleDS2009_079_002 - Investigators' Digital PhotographyLevelItemDescriptionBuildings at the north end, on the riverside.MediumPhoto.Imagesy
Archive6485788TitleGATP017_04_02 - Gwynedd Archaeological Trust Projects ArchiveLevelItemDescriptionText-only draft report entitled "Marian Mawr, Dolgellau. Archaeological Assessment" Project No G2457, Report No 1293, prepared for Black and Veatch Ltd by Robert Evans of Gwynedd Archaeological Trust, c2016.MediumText.Imagesn
Archive6317674TitleDS2009_079_004 - Investigators' Digital PhotographyLevelItemDescriptionBuilding with massive rock foundations near the middle of South street.MediumPhoto.Imagesy
Archive6525926TitleGATP059_03 - Gwynedd Archaeological Trust Projects ArchiveLevelBatchDescriptionMetadata recording details of archive deposition associated with archaeological watching brief conducted by Gwynedd Archaeological Trust of water main renewal, Dolgellau. Project no. G2528.MediumText.Imagesn
Archive6143788Title945183_66 - RCAHMW Black and White Oblique Aerial PhotographsLevelItemDescriptionRCAHMW Black and white oblique aerial photograph of Dolgellau, Dolgellau, taken by C.R. Musson, 09/10/94MediumPhoto.Imagesn
Archive6389776TitleCAP372 - Cambrian Archaeological Projects ArchiveLevelItemDescriptionArchaeological Watching Brief Report relating to Marian Mawr, Dolgellau. CAP Report No. 372.Medium1 file. Text, Cartographic, Graphic, Photo.Imagesn
Archive6321249Title278460 - Aerofilms CollectionLevelItemDescriptionBlack and white oblique aerial photograph showing Dolgellau, view of the town looking north, from Aerofilms album Merionethshire and Montgomeryshire, taken by Aerofilms Ltd and dated 1974.MediumPhoto.Imagesy
Archive6485779TitleGATP017_02_35 - Gwynedd Archaeological Trust Projects ArchiveLevelItemDescriptionMarian Mawr archaeological assessment; section H-I, from S, view from the road up lane between houses along which pipeline route will run, taken by Robert Evans of Gwynedd Archaeological Trust, 5th February 2016.MediumPhoto.Imagesy
Archive6525915TitleGATP059 - Gwynedd Archaeological Trust Projects ArchiveLevelGroupDescriptionGwynedd Archaeological Trust Project ref G2528. Archive records comprising report, databases, photographs and metadata relating to archaeological work carried out at Dolgellau, in preparation for water main renewal.Medium197 MB. Text, Photo, Cartographic.Imagesn
Archive6485786TitleGATP017_04 - Gwynedd Archaeological Trust Projects ArchiveLevelSub-groupDescriptionReports from an archaeological assessment carried out at Marian Mawr, Dolgellau (GAT project code G2457). Produced by Gwynedd Archaeological Trust, 2016.MediumTwo reports. Photo, Text, Graphic.Imagesn
Archive6318048TitleDS2009_079_005 - Investigators' Digital PhotographyLevelItemDescriptionBuilding with massive rock foundations near the middle of South street.MediumPhoto.Imagesy
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