Object types that the Scheme uses

These terms are from the FISH Archaeological Objects Thesaurus (Forum on Information Standards in Heritage - FISH).

Term Scope note Term type SENESCHAL URI Other URI
AIRCRAFT COMPONENTS Machinery and equipment used in the manufacture of aircraft. Preferred term 78887 -
AIRCRAFT CRASH SITE A site which is known, or believed to be, where an aircraft crashed. It is an offence to interfere with the wreckage of crashed military aircraft without a licence (Protection of Military Remains Act 1986). Index with AIRCRAFT TYPE where known. Preferred term 162554 -
AIRCRAFT ENGINE FACTORY A factory where aircraft engines are assembled. Preferred term 91016 -
AIRCRAFT ENGINEERING SITE Sites used for the manufacture of aircraft. Preferred term 91017 -
AIRCRAFT FACTORY A factory where aircraft are assembled. Preferred term 69049 -
AIRCRAFT HANGAR A structure used for the housing and servicing of aircraft. Preferred term 70212 -
AIRCRAFT HANGAR (TRANSPORTABLE) An aircraft hangar designed to be moved from site to site as necessary. Preferred term 140479 -
AIRCRAFT HANGAR (TYPE A) A permanent military RAF aircraft hangar type, designed in 1924. It features a steel frame (with longitudinal ridge and valley trusses for the roof) reinforced concrete and brick infilling for the walls. Typically 122 foot span by 249 foot in length. Preferred term 140163 -
AIRCRAFT HANGAR (TYPE A1) An aircraft hangar built to Air Ministry design. Mainly constructed on aircraft factory aerodromes. Preferred term 140485 -
AIRCRAFT HANGAR (TYPE A2) An aircraft hangar built to Air Ministry design number 454/43. Mainly constructed on aircraft factory aerodromes Preferred term 140486 -
AIRCRAFT HANGAR (TYPE B) Aircraft hangars designed by T. Bedford Consulting Engineers to meet the requirement to repair damaged heavy bombers in situ on their airfields. Preferred term 140487 -
AIRCRAFT HANGAR (TYPE B1) A large type of military repair hangar mainly used on WWII bomber bases, constructed using steel stanchions and clad in corrugated iron. B 1 hangars were part of a series of prefabricated buildings intended to supplement existing hangars on bases. Preferred term 140128 -
AIRCRAFT HANGAR (TYPE B2) An aircraft hangar designed by T. Bedford Consulting Engineers usually erected on aircraft factory sites rather than operational airfields. Preferred term 140488 -
AIRCRAFT HANGAR (TYPE C) A type of large steel framed aircraft hangar introduced by the Royal Air Force in its Expansion Period with a number of designs between 1934 and 1939, to accomodate heavy bombers. Preferred term 140099 -
AIRCRAFT HANGAR (TYPE D) A military storage aircraft hangar built in the late 1930s. It comprises a semicircular concrete structure with reinforced concrete columns, featuring a curved roof and straight walls. Preferred term 140389 -
AIRCRAFT HANGAR (TYPE E) A military storage aircraft hangar designed in 1937. It has a curved profile and is constructed from steel ribs supporting a concrete skin. The roof is covered with earth and turf. Preferred term 140390 -
Aircraft Hangar (Type H) Narrow term 140209 -
AIRCRAFT HANGAR (TYPE J) A large steelframed military aircraft hangar designed in 1939, intended for aircraft maintenance on operational stations. It includes side annexes for workshops and offices, provided with a large number of windows. The annexes are of brick or concrete. Preferred term 140191 -
AIRCRAFT HANGAR (TYPE K) A type of large permanent military aircraft hangar with a curved steel frame and storage annexes on its side used in World War II. It was intended for storage purposes on Aircraft Storage Unit stations. Preferred term 140346 -
AIRCRAFT HANGAR (TYPE L) A curved military aircraft hangar produced in 1939. The frame is steel which is then clad with steel sheeting and reinforced concrete and typically covered with a thin layer of concrete, earth and turf. Preferred term 140201 -
AIRCRAFT HANGAR (TYPE S) A small transportable hangar built by the Teesdie Bridge and Engineering Company. Mainly used on RNAS airfields for folding wing aircraft. Preferred term 143540 -
AIRCRAFT HANGAR (TYPE T) A temporary, steel-framed transportable hangar developed by Teesside Bridge and Engineering Company to replace the obsolete Bellman hangars. Preferred term 140480 -
AIRCRAFT HANGAR (TYPE T1) A type of steel framed transportable British military aircraft hangar developed from 1941onwards. The hangar had a steel frame, some versions used commercially available sheeting for cladding. It was similar to but smaller than the arcraft hangar type T2. Preferred term 140137 -
AIRCRAFT HANGAR (TYPE T2) A type of temporary military aircraft hangar introduced in 1940; of steel welded and bolted construction typically clad in galvanized corrugated iron sheets. The T2 became the standard temporary hangar for the RAF in World War Two. Preferred term 140115 -
AIRCRAFT HANGAR (TYPE T3) A steel framed transportable hangar similar in construction to Type T2 but about half the size. Designed in 1941 and 1942. Preferred term 140225 -
AIRCRAFT HANGAR (TYPE VR1) A single-span aircraft hangar designed by Boulton & Paul of London and Norwich (drawing number 4178/44). Mainly used on aircraft factory sites and at Armament Training Schools. Preferred term 140489 -
AIRCRAFT HANGAR (TYPE VR2) A double-span aircraft hangar designed by Boulton & Paul of London and Norwich. Mainly used on aircraft factory sites and at Armament Training Schools. Preferred term 140490 -
Aircraft Landing Ground Narrow term 160507 -
AIRCRAFT LEVEL CROSSING A level crossing designed to allow the passage of aircraft to and from a runway which has a railway or road running through it. Preferred term 162555 -
AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE UNIT Site used for the maintenance of aircraft. Preferred term 143443 -

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