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Low Harperley Prisoner of War Camp (Harperley Hall) - Source of Reference

The information on this website is based on a range of published and unpublished works. Below is a list of the source of information used in writing this record.

No. Originator(s) Date Title Notes
1 Wainwright 05-Jun-1999 PoW site yours for £1m "The Guardian" Page 14, Saturday June 5th 1999.
2 Anthony Hellen, J 1999 The legacy of Britain's prisoner of war camps: 1940-1948 Published in "Erdkunde" (Bonn), September 1999
3 1999 NMR 17259/14 NMR 17259/14 (copy in SMR project file)
4 National Monuments Record 17-Jun-1999 Copy of Oblique Aerial Photograph of Harperley Camp NMR 17271/51 (copy in SMR project file)
5 Scheduled Monument/MPP Files
6 Nieke, M. and Nieke RHR 2003 Harperley PoW Camp, Memories and monuments
7 Archaeological Services Durham University Mar-2004 Harperley PoW Camp, Craigside, Co. Durham; monument no. 34715 survey no 03/101/MS survey, recording and analysis of the standing buildings
8 Harperley P.O.W Camp looking West.
9 Harperley P.O.W Camp. Interior of the Theatre.
10 Low Harperley P.O.W Camp.Mess Hall, plywood and paint curtain.
11 Low Harperley P.O.W Camp. Mess Hall Wall Painting of Shepherd.
12 Low Harperley P.O.W Camp. Mess Hall, wall painting of a Stag.
13 Low Harperley P.O.W Camp. View looking South.
14 Low Harperley from the air. NMR.
15 Ptolemy Dean Architects Apr-2012 Harperley Prisoner of War Working Camp 93 Design and Access statement
16 Alexandra Conservation, Carrington, A 2011 Harperley Prisoner of War Camp Co Durham recreation and Theatre Huts - Interior finishes
17 Mar-2012 Conserving Co. Durham's POW camp
18 English Heritage, Mirza, S 02-Oct-2000 Former prison camp at Low Harperley, Wolsingham, Co Durham
19 Hickey, F G Sep-1991 Plan of Camp 93 Harperley Co Durham Dated 26th June 1946