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2017.04.06
Vol.15

The Scottish Ten Project

Dr Lyn Wilson

Scottish Ten Project Manager, Historic Environment Scotland, Edinburgh

Dr Lyn Wilson

In 2014, I was immensely fortunate to be able to lead a team of digital documentation and visualisation specialists on a mission to Nagasaki to record the Giant Cantilever Crane, Kosuge Dock, No.3 Dock, and parts of Hashima Island. This followed the decision by the Scottish Government to choose Nagasaki as the final international site of the Scottish Ten project. It also coincided with the final stages of the ultimately successful Sites of japan Meiji Industrial Revolution World Heritage nomination, which added to the excitement.

The Scottish Ten was established by the Scottish Government in 2009 and is an international digital documentation project designed to bring together Scottish expertise in the historic environment with our expertise in digitally recording cultural heritage, and to share the results of this work with international partners and audiences. Its scope included digitally documenting all five UNESCO-designated World Heritage Sites in Scotland (The Old & New Towns, of Edinburgh, Neolithic Orkney, St Kilda, New Lanark and The Antonine Wall) and five overseas heritage sites of significance.

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