WA Coastal & Marine was commissioned by Historic Environment Scotland to complete a range of tasks relating to the Galmisdale wreck. These tasks including the retrieval of previously recovered timbers believed to be from the Galmisdale wreck, as well as a monitoring inspection and sandbagging of the wreck. The timbers, recovered from local storage on Eigg as well as some in the care of the Highland Council in Inverness were to be recorded and subjected to dendrochronological analysis (carried out by AOC Archaeology). This work was undertaken as part of the contract for Underwater Archaeology Services (HS/C/2804). <1>
Text/Report/Fieldwork Report: Vico Sommer, I. & McCarthy, J.. 2016. Galmisdale Wreck, Eigg, Small Isles, Highlands: Undesignated Site Assessment. Wessex Archaeology. Digital.
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