Rosie Wells' Scottish National Aerial Photography Scheme (SNAPS)
Our kite aerial photography
produced in 2012 by West Lothian Council
D.Phil.(Oxon) Radiation physicist / biologist (retired)
Trust Archaeologist and
Jim Knowles M.Sc.
(Bradford) Archaeological Scientist / Archaeological Geophysicist
Cade Wells Eng.D. (Edinburgh, Glasgow, Strathclyde and
The West Lothian Archaeological Trust
was formed on the 19th April 2012 and registered as Scottish Charity No.
SC043118 on the 26th April 2012. The Trust was established to support the
was formed in 2010, having been known since 2007 as West Lothian Aerial
Archaeology, which in turn was closely associated with the
History of Armadale Association.
Sybil Cavanagh oversees Jim Knowles,
John and the late
Rosie Wells at the West Lothian
History Library signing the document which sets up the West
Lothian Archaeological Trust.
19th April 2012
In May 2013, the Trust launched the
Scottish National Aerial
Photography Scheme and was invited to be an Associated Partner of "ArchaeoLandscapes
Europe" (ArcLand), part of the European Union's Culture
In April 2014, the Trust set up a Facebook page on
Aerial Remote Sensing. In 2016, the Trust became a member of
The Trust also hosts the pages of
The History of Armadale Association
The West Lothian
History and Amenity Society
Scottish Charity No. SC043118