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Monitoring, and works in advance of construction along 19km of A1 motorway upgrade between Leeming and Barton in North Yorkshire uncovered numerous new and known archaeological sites. The fieldwork was undertaken between 2013 and 2017 and revealed human activity dating from the Early Bronze Age through to the post medieval period, with a large part of the project being focussed on Roman occupation at various points along what was once Dere Street. For more information download the kmz file from this page to view in Google Earth.
You can view most KMZ files with Google Earth for Chrome or in the Google Earth app on your mobile device. If you are unable to view them, use Google Earth desktop, which supports all KML features.
For Phone or tablet
- On your Android phone or tablet, or iPhone or iPad download and open the Google Earth app.
- Download the kmz file from this page by clickling the link above
- Click on the share file via button in the top right corner
- Tap on the Google Earth icon from the apps selection screen and the file should open within GE
- Tap on the symbols along the A1 for more project information
- Download file to your hard drive
- Open Google Earth
- Click on File - Open.
- Navigate to your saved file and select it.
- Click on Open.
The file should open in your temporary places. Either zoom into the icons along the A1 on the map and click on them to see more information, or keep clicking on the little black triangles next to the ‘A1L2B Archaeology’ entry in your Places window to the left until you see clickable links.