Figure 6: Archaeological interpretation plan of geomagnetic survey results
Figure 7: Plane-shaded orthographic render of the 'dirty' laser-scanned point cloud.
Figure 8: Plane-shaded perspective render of the 'dirty' laser-scanned point cloud.
Figure 9: Interpreted offset survey results showing locations of photographs
Figure 1: Site location map
Figure 2: Lidar surface models: Digital Surface Model (upper); Digital Terrain Model (lower)
Figure 3: Interpreted earthwork features identified in Lidar survey
Figure 4: Greyscale raster plan of geomagnetic survey results
Figure 10: (photo 007) Ridge and furrow looking south-west
Figure 5: Vectorised interpretation plan of geomagnetic survey results
Figure 16: (photo 019) Northern bank of channel 2 looking west
Figure 17: (photo 012) southern limit of channel 4, where it meets the present-day Erewash bank
Figure 18: (photo 015) Channel 4, looking north. Some party someone had!
Figure 19: 1884 Ordnance Survey map of site overlaid on modern OS OoenData map
Figure 11: (photo 009) Ridge and furrow looking north-east
Figure 12: (photo 005) Channel 1 bending round to the south-east, looking north-east
Figure 13: (photo 001) Channel 1, looking north-west
Figure 14: (photo 024) Possible terminus of channel 1 in mill pond, or slope caused by overburden, looking south-east
Figure 20: Map of site 1847
Figure 15: (photo 021) Profile of channel 2 looking west
Figure 26: 2014 hand survey overlaid on 1884 Ordnance Survey Map
Figure 21: Map of site in 1835, from Sanderson
Figure 22: 1782 enclosure map
Figure 23: Watercourses from map regression overlain over Lidar data
Figure 24: Interpreted offset survey results overlain over Lidar data
Figure 25: Interpreted geomagnetic survey results overlain over 1884 Ordnance Survey map and Lidar data
The Survey Test Results references a series of Figures 1-26 that you’ll see thumbnailed below. Cross refer between the report and the images or simply browse and click a thumbnail for a bigger image.