I happened upon this page http://ads.ahds.ac.uk/catalogue/library/greylit/details.cfm?ID=4337 which records the findings of this event.
If you click on the DOC in the first link, then the document will download and you can read details of the 50 new sites that were discovered during the five days of this survey.
The JPEG links each open a (zoomable) map showing the new locations (indicated by a Red Star) and sites & monuments already recorded - SMRs - (indicated by a blue lozenge) at a very large (1:2 500?) scale.
This is an example of an Unpublished Fieldwork Report from the Grey Literature Library of the Archaeology Data Service - ADS - http://ads.ahds.ac.uk/
They have a Beta Test site (Registration & Firefox Browser preferred) at http://archaeologydataservice.ac.uk/ which may be of interest too.
There is plenty to explore and I found the Map Search facility particularly enjoyable to explore.
Note: The Western Isles Sites & Monuments Record (SMR) may be accessed here:
Fàilte! (Welcome!)This blog is the result of my ongoing research into the people, places and events that have shaped the Western Isles of Scotland and, in particular, the 'Siamese-twins' of Harris and Lewis.
My interest stems from the fact that my Grandfather was a Stornowegian and, until about four years ago, that was the sum total of my knowledge, both of him and of the land of his birth.
I cannot guarantee the accuracy of everything that I have written (not least because parts are, perhaps, pioneering) but I have done my best to check for any errors.
My family mainly lived along the shore of the Sound of Harris, from An-t-Ob and Srannda to Roghadal, but one family 'moved' to Direcleit in the Baighs...
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