Source/Archive record SXS50086 - Environment Agency Aerial Photography

Title Environment Agency Aerial Photography



Photography take on behalf of the Environment Agency or its precursor including the National Rivers Authority


Referenced Monuments (23)

  • Flood defences of unknown date on the River Alde. (Monument)
  • Gunton Warren (Monument)
  • inear features, possibly a fragmentary field system of unknown date. (Monument)
  • Linear (timber?) feature, possibly a shore revetment. (Monument)
  • Linear features of unknown date, visible as a cropmark complex. (Un) (Monument)
  • Oyster pits cut into the salt-marsh at the edge of the River Deben, Ramsholt parish (PMed) (Monument)
  • Part of a circular wooden enclosure of possible 16th to 19th century date at Holbrook Bay, Stutton (Monument)
  • Pits cut into the saltmarsh, Deben Estuary, Ramsholt (Monument)
  • Pits cut into the saltmarsh, Ramsholt (Monument)
  • Possible rectilinear enclosure of unknown date. (Monument)
  • Possible small wreck, visible south of Hazelwood marshes. (Monument)
  • Possible undated field boundaries or enclosures, Sutton parish (Monument)
  • Post Medieval breakwater in the Deben Estuary. (Monument)
  • Post Medieval or Modern wreck on the Deben Estuary. (Monument)
  • Post Medieval wreck of a small boat. (Monument)
  • Ridge and furrow, probably for a drainage system, unknown date (Monument)
  • Square pit cut into saltmarsh in the Deben Estuary. (Monument)
  • Timber structure, possibly a landing stage. (Monument)
  • Two possible (timber?) linear features, possibly non-archaeologial in origin. (Monument)
  • World War II anti-tank cubes. (Monument)
  • World War II Coastal Artillery battery and associated buildings and structures. (Monument)
  • World War II pillbox within a medieval Abbey chapel (Monument)
  • World War II strongpoint, visible southeast of Covehithe in 1940. (Monument)

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Record last edited

Jun 6 2007 4:40PM

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