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Is it possible to contract a geophysics survey?
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Just been to a most interesting talk and presentation by Robert Farrah on his research into the astronomical and landscape alignments of the Cumbrian sites as detailed in his book A Guide to the Stone Circles of Cumbria.

It has inspired me anew to further explore our local stones and one question that keeps recurring is why has no one done a geophysics survey of the northern end of the shap avenue area? (the southern end being mostly under the railway/town)
I am wondering if it possible to contract someone to do this sort of thing privately and if so how much it would cost. I bet theres plenty of local people who would be willing to chip in and I certainly wouldnt mind doing a bit of fundraising for such a project.

Any thoughts/pointers/offers/reasons why its a stupid idea gratefully received.

Thanks Claire

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Posted by Creyr
29th September 2010ce

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