Wednesday, August 23, 2006

Mapping The Historic Environment

Above is a photo I took in Lavenham, Suffolk UK in 2005. I have compiled a series of images and geo-referenced them on an archimap which can be viewed with the free google earth download. Lavenham is a wonderful example of a medieval wool town with a whole rack of timber framed buildings. I have geo-referenced them on the archimap.

It is a wonderful way to view architecture. You can download the map for free here. There is also a Manchester map and a Cheesden Industrial Valley Map.
Curiously in the Lavenham archimap I have highlighted a site which looks potentially archaeological. What do you think?

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