Scheduled Monuments in Greater Manchester


Scheduled Monuments in Greater Manchester

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:note label|Grid reference|A|ASometimes known as OSGB36, the grid reference is based on the British national grid reference system, and is the system used by the Ordnance Survey. [cite web|title=Guide to National Grid| url=http://www.ordnancesurvey.co.uk/oswebsite/getamap/help.html#gridref|publisher=Ordnance Survey|accessdate=2007-12-12] [cite web|url=http://getamap.ordnancesurvey.co.uk/getamap/frames.htm?mapAction=gaz&gazName=g&gazString=SJ8374998150|title=Get-a-map|publisher=Ordnance Survey|accessdate=2007-12-17] :note label|Grid reference|B|BMost references are to one main body of sources: [http://www.pastscape.org.uk Pastscape] which is funded by English Heritage and has information on nearly 400,000 archaeological sites and buildings in England.

"The information on PastScape is derived from the National Monuments Record database which holds records on the architectural and archaeological heritage of England. The National Monuments Record is the public archive of English Heritage." [cite web |title=About PastScape |url=http://www.pastscape.org.uk/background.aspx |publisher=Pastscape.org.uk |accessdate=2007-12-30]
:note label|Hanging Bridge|C|CAlthough only actually one structure, Hanging Bridge crosses the boundary between Salford and Manchester; therefore it appears under both tables. [cite web |title=Cathedral conservation area |url=http://www.salford.gov.uk/living/planning/heritage-and-conservation/conservation/viewconservation/concathed.htm |author=City of Salford Council |publisher=Salforde.gov.uk |accessdate=2008-01-28] :note label|Nico Ditch|D|DNico Ditch is a linear earthwork which runs for about convert|6|mi|km generally east to west. It forms part of the Manchester–Tameside border and the Manchester–Stockport border. It passes through Tameside and Manchester and extends into Trafford as far as Stretford. It only counts as one monument.

ee also

*Architecture of Manchester
*Castles in Greater Manchester
*Conservation in the United Kingdom
*Grade I listed buildings in Greater Manchester
*Grade II* listed buildings in Greater Manchester
*List of tallest buildings in Manchester

References

Bibliography

*cite book |first=Mike |last=Nevell |date=1992 |title=Tameside Before 1066 |publisher=Tameside Metropolitan Borough Council |isbn=1-871324-07-6


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