The website follows normal internet protocols
Many of the text items contain hyperlinks to other sites.
You can recognise them because the text is in colour different from black .
Viking Mass Grave at Repton
( hyperlink colour in text blocks on Google Maps )
Arleston: deserted Medieval village site
( hyperlink colour in on normal Blog pages )
The links will open in a separate tab on your browser –
( try the two links above )
Help sheets will be added from time to time.
The Help sheets should now download automatically
Click on one of the hyperlinks below
depending on your browser and the options you have selected the file will either open automatically or you will be offered the option to save or view the file
You can download the free Adobe Reader from the Adobe site
How to use the Google Interactive maps .PDF file
How to use the Resources Page PDF File
Clicking on any Blue link will open a new URL in a separate tab
Interactive maps are provided by Google and include the ability to use Street View
In the interactive maps click and drag the little man to any point on a road to enter Street View
Except where otherwise noted, this work is licensed under a
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CC BY-NC Barrow on Trent Parish History Research Group