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Historic monuments

Where can you find information about Nottinghamshire in the Palaeolithic period and photographs of the county during World War II?

It’s all on the Historic Environment Record – a computerised database that contains maps, photographs, plans and copies about sites and finds of archaeological interest of all periods,

A number of major surveys have recently been completed on historic parks and gardens, early coal mining remains and the industrial archaeology of Newark.

The record is a useful reference tool for planners and anyone with an interest in the historic environment.

Contact

tel: 0300 500 80 80
e-mail: heritage@nottscc.gov.uk
web:More information about the Historic Buildings Record

See also

Archaeological sites
Historic environment record

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