SCRCA Structure 247370: Ribblehead Railway Construction Camp: Batty Green

Core Data
Structure ID: 
247370
Structure Type: 
Archaeological Site
Brief description of the structure: 
Ribblehead Railway Construction Camp: Batty Green
Construction / installation period: 
MR-C
Position relative to rail tracks: 
Remote
Current Use: 
Demolished
Visibility: 
Visible
Accessibility (ease of access): 
Easy
Shown on 1911 landplan?: 
No
Distance from London St Pancras by rail
Miles: 
247
Default Image

SCRCA Image: 247780_2011-04-08_MRH_Ribblehead-Viaduct-and-Batty Green-Site_From-E

Step 4
Contributor's Reference: 
AEY_074_AEZ_001
Step 9
Ribblehead Viaduct and site of Batty Wife Hole and Batty Green navvy settlements
Last updated by Mark Harvey on 23/08/2017
Protection Information

This archeological site lies outside the boundary of the Settle Carlisle Railway Conservation Area, but inside the boundary of the "Ribblehead railway construction camp and prehistoric field system" Scheduled Ancient Monument. The latter is covered by List Entry Number (LEN) 1015726.

The relevant entry in "The National Heritage List for England" can be reviewed at:
http://list.english-heritage.org.uk/resultsingle.aspx?uid=1015726

Additional information

Additional information and / or images may be available via the Structure / Site Summary:

Last updated by Mark Harvey on 23/08/2017
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