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TimeScape Surveys, 2007, Brighouse, Ravenglass, Cumbria: Geophysical Survey, September 2007. TimeScape unpublished report.

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Towle A C, 2013, Tower Wharf, Chester: Archaeological Mitigation Report Phase 1 Infrastructure Works: Roman roadside occupation to Civil War fortification. London: SLR unpublished report.

Towle A C & Hayes L, 2009, ‘Kicking Over the Traces: The Challenges of Investigating Small Medieval Towns in Cheshire’, in Saunders T, (ed.), 2009, Surveys, Excavations and Burgage Plots. Recent Work on the Medieval Towns of North West England. Archaeology North West New Series Volume 1, 31-42.

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Tyers, I. 2011, Brunel Court, Preston, Lancashire: Dendrochronological Analysis of Oak Timbers. English Heritage Research Report Series.

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Tyson B, 2007, ‘The first market house at Bowness-on-Windermere, 1692’, CWAAS 3rd series 7, 107-11.

Tyson N, 2015, Excavation at Lowes, Park Farm, Walmersley, Bury. Bury Archaeological Group unpublished Report.

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Vannan A, 2010, Lower Brockholes Quarry, Preston, Lancashire: Archaeological Strip, Map and Record. Lancaster: Oxford Archaeology North, unpublished report.

Vannan A, 2010, Wyre Estuary Pipeline, Poulton-le-Fylde, Lancashire: Archaeological Post-Excavation Assessment. Lancaster: Oxford Archaeology North, unpublished report.

Vannan A, 2011a, 7-9 Lower Hillgate, Stockport, Greater Manchester: Archaeological Investigation. Lancaster: Oxford Archaeology North, unpublished report.

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Vyner B, 2013, ‘The Tortie Stone Revisited’, TCWAAS 3rd Series vol 13, 17-32.

Vyner B, 2017, ‘Bronze Age pottery’, and Appendix B- Pottery catalogue’, in Jackson & Churchill 2017, 35-38, 48-50.

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Walker J, 2007, ‘A beehive quern from Braeside, Papcastle’, TCWAAS 3rd Series vol 7, 215-216.

Walker J, 2007, ‘Watching brief at 1 The Croft, Burgh by Sands, Cumbria’, TCWAAS 3rd Series vol 7, 216-219.

Walker J & Graham M, St Mary’s Abbey, Holme Cultram, Abbeytown, Cumbria. CWAAS, CARR Volume 4.

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Wilmott T, 2000, ‘The late Roman transition at Birdoswald and on Hadrian’s Wall’ in Wilmott T & Wilson P, (eds), The Late Roman Transition in the North. BAR British Series 299, Archaeopress, Oxford, 13-23.

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Wooler F, 2009, Buildings to the South of Widewath Farm, Helton, Askham, Cumbria: Building Recording Report. North Pennine Archaeology unpublished report.

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Wright K, 2012, Boarflat, Stalybridge: Survey 2011-12. Tameside Archaeological Society unpublished report.

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Zant J, 2009, ‘Archaeological Investigations on the A66 at Temple Sowerby 2006-2007’, TCWAAS 3rd Series vol 9, 29-46.

Zant J, 2010, Carlisle Archives Project Stage 2, Volume 1: Stage 2 report. Lancaster: Oxford Archaeology North unpublished report.

Zant, J, 2015a, Penrith: the Historic Core. CWAAS, CARR volume 6.

Zant J, 2016, ‘Excavations on a Roman Salt-working Site at Jersey Way, Middlewich, Cheshire’, Archaeological Journal 173, 56-153.

Zant, J. and Miller, I. 2011 Joint Service Centre, Millgate, Wigan: Archaeological Excavation Report. Lancaster: OxfordArchaeology North unpublished report.

Zant J, Quartermaine J & Hodgkinson A, 2013, The distribution of waterlogged deposits in Carlisle. Final report. Oxford Archaeology North & Cumbria County Council https://historicengland.org.uk/images-books/publications/distribution-waterlogged-deposits-carlisle/

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Journals and Series Studied:

AMT – Ancient Monument Transactions

ANW – Archaeology North West

Britannia

CARR – CWAAS research series

Greater Manchester’s Past Revealed

Historic England/English Heritage research reports and newsletters

JCAS – Journal of the Chester Archaeological Society New Series

IANW – Industrial Archaeology North West.

IAR – Industrial Archaeology Review

JMAS – Journal of the Merseyside Archaeology Society

Lancaster Imprints

Medieval Archaeology (no articles found)

PMA – Post-Medieval Archaeology

PPS – Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society

TCWAAS – Transactions of the Cumberland and Westmorland Archaeological and Antiquarian Society New Series

VA – Vernacular Architecture

University of Salford Archaeological Monographs


Historic Buildings Bibliography

General List

The following sources, which are not exhaustive, contain gazetteers and/or references to buildings and architects in the North West, or provide national typological context for the study of North West historic buildings.

Alcock N et al, 1981, Cruck Construction: an introduction and catalogue, CBA Research Report 42.

Alcock N and Hall L, 1994, Fixtures and Fittings in Dated Houses 1567-1763. Council for British Archaeology.

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Allwood R 1987, ‘George Faulkner Armitage, 1849-1937’, in Furniture History, Vol. 23, 67-87

Armstrong, B. and W,  2005, The Arts and Crafts Movement in the North West of England: A Handbook. Wetherby: Oblong Creative.

Ashmore O, 1982, The Industrial Archaeology of North West England. Manchester: Manchester University Press

Atterbury P and Wainwright C, 1994, Pugin, a Gothic Passion. London: Yale and the V&A.

Barnwell P and Giles C, 1997, English Farmsteads 1750-1914. London: RCHME.

Barter M, 2015, Quaker Meeting Houses in the North West, review of architectural and historic significance, unpublished report by the Architectural History Practice on behalf of the Religious Society of Friends.

Biddle G, 2003, Britain’s Historic Railway Buildings, an Oxford Gazetteer of Structures and Sites. Oxford University Press. 

Binney M and Pearce D eds, 1979, Railway Architecture. London: Bloomsbury Books

Booker J, 1990, Temples of Mammon: the Architecture of Banking. Edinburgh University Press.

Brandwood G, Davison A, and Slaughter M, 2004,  Licensed to Sell – The History and Heritage of the Public House. Swindon: English Heritage

Brandwood G, 2012, The Architecture of Sharpe, Paley and Austin. Swindon: English Heritage

Brunskill R, 1971, Illustrated Handbook of Vernacular Architecture. London: Faber

Brodie A, Alison F et al, 1993, Directory of British Architects 1834-1914, London: Mansell; 2nd ed. 2001. London & New York: Continuum, 2 vols.

Brodie A, Croom J and Davies J O, 2002, English Prisons, an Architectural History. Swindon: English Heritage.

Brooks C, 1989,  Mortal Remains, The History and Present State of the Victorian and Edwardian Cemetery. Devon: Wheaton, in association with the Victorian Society.

Boyes G and Lamb B, 2012, The Peak Forest Canal and Railway. Railway and Canal Historical Society.

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Butler D, 1999, The Quaker Meetings Houses of Britain, 2 Vols. London: Friends Historical Society.

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Champness J, 2005, Thomas Harrison. Georgian Architect of Chester and Lancaster 1744-1829. University of Lancaster: Centre for North West Regional Studies.

Clarke J, 2000, Structural Steel in London Buildings Before the ‘Steel Frame Act’ of 1909, Architectural Survey Report, English Heritage.

Clarke J, 2008, Purpose-Built Post Offices: A rapid assessment and suggestions for further work, Research Department Report Series 29-2008, Swindon: English Heritage

Cocroft W, Thomas R and Barnwell PS, 2005, Cold War: Building for Nuclear Confrontation 1946-1989, Swindon: English Heritage

Cole E, 2015, The Suburban Public House in Inter-War England, 1918-1939. Swindon: Historic England

Colvin H, 1995, Biographical Dictionary of Architects 1660-1840. London: Yale.

Conway H, 1996, Public Parks. Princes Risborough: Shire.

Cooper N, 1999, Houses of the Gentry 1480-1680. London: Yale

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Emery A, 1996,  Greater Medieval Houses of England and Wales 1300-1500, Volume 1, Northern England. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press

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Harwood E, 2010, England’s Schools: History, Architecture and Adaptation. Swindon: English Heritage.

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Cheshire

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