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Archive Records for CERRIG Y BARCDY FISH TRAP

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643610 RCAHMW Colour Oblique Digital Aerial Photographs Hafan y Mor Holiday Park and Cerrig y Barcdy fish trap, Pwllheli. Oblique aerial photograph taken during the Royal Commission’s programme of archaeological aerial reconnaissance by Toby Driver on 23rd June 2015. photo
658715 CHERISH Project Archive Aerial photography of Cerrif y Barcdy taken on 3rd May 2017. Baseline aerial reconnaissance survey for the CHERISH Project. © Crown: CHERISH PROJECT 2017. Produced with EU funds through the Ireland Wales Co-operation Programme 2014-2020. All material made freely available through the Open Government Licence. photo
679026 RCAHMW Colour Oblique Digital Aerial Photographs Hafan y Mor Holiday Park and Cerrig y Barcdy Fish Trap, Pwllheli. Oblique aerial photograph taken during the Royal Commission’s programme of archaeological aerial reconnaissance by Toby Driver on 12th July 2013. photo
867013 RCAHMW Colour Oblique Digital Aerial Photographs RCAHMW colour oblique aerial photograph of Cerrig y Barcdy Intertidal Structure. Taken on 06 September 2007 by Toby Driver photo
679027 RCAHMW Colour Oblique Digital Aerial Photographs Hafan y Mor Holiday Park, Cerrig y Barcdy and Penychain Fish Traps, flint findspot and rifle range on Penychain Beach, Pwllheli. Oblique aerial photograph taken during RCAHMW’s programme of archaeological aerial reconnaissance by Toby Driver, 12/07/2013. photo
875463 RCAHMW Colour Oblique Digital Aerial Photographs RCAHMW colour oblique aerial photograph of Cerrig y Barcdy Intertidal Structure. Taken on 06 September 2007 by Toby Driver photo
658718 CHERISH Project Archive Aerial photography of Cerrif y Barcdy taken on 3rd May 2017. Baseline aerial reconnaissance survey for the CHERISH Project. © Crown: CHERISH PROJECT 2017. Produced with EU funds through the Ireland Wales Co-operation Programme 2014-2020. All material made freely available through the Open Government Licence. photo
643612 RCAHMW Colour Oblique Digital Aerial Photographs Hafan y Mor Holiday Park and Cerrig y Barcdy fish trap, Pwllheli. Oblique aerial photograph taken during the Royal Commission’s programme of archaeological aerial reconnaissance by Toby Driver on 23rd June 2015. photo
658716 CHERISH Project Archive Aerial photography of Cerrif y Barcdy taken on 3rd May 2017. Baseline aerial reconnaissance survey for the CHERISH Project. © Crown: CHERISH PROJECT 2017. Produced with EU funds through the Ireland Wales Co-operation Programme 2014-2020. All material made freely available through the Open Government Licence. photo
658719 CHERISH Project Archive Aerial photography of Cerrif y Barcdy taken on 3rd May 2017. Baseline aerial reconnaissance survey for the CHERISH Project. © Crown: CHERISH PROJECT 2017. Produced with EU funds through the Ireland Wales Co-operation Programme 2014-2020. All material made freely available through the Open Government Licence. photo
658717 CHERISH Project Archive Aerial photography of Cerrif y Barcdy taken on 3rd May 2017. Baseline aerial reconnaissance survey for the CHERISH Project. © Crown: CHERISH PROJECT 2017. Produced with EU funds through the Ireland Wales Co-operation Programme 2014-2020. All material made freely available through the Open Government Licence. photo
679028 RCAHMW Colour Oblique Digital Aerial Photographs Hafan y Mor Holiday Park and Cerrig y Barcdy Fish Trap, Pwllheli. Oblique aerial photograph taken during the Royal Commission’s programme of archaeological aerial reconnaissance by Toby Driver on 12th July 2013. photo
679029 RCAHMW Colour Oblique Digital Aerial Photographs Hafan y Mor Holiday Park and Cerrig y Barcdy Fish Trap, Pwllheli. Oblique aerial photograph taken during the Royal Commission’s programme of archaeological aerial reconnaissance by Toby Driver on 12th July 2013. photo
643611 RCAHMW Colour Oblique Digital Aerial Photographs Hafan y Mor Holiday Park and Cerrig y Barcdy fish trap, Pwllheli. Oblique aerial photograph taken during the Royal Commission’s programme of archaeological aerial reconnaissance by Toby Driver on 23rd June 2015. photo