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Goacher, H., Mossop, M. (2011) Perranporth Airfield, Perranzabuloe, Cornwall: Archaeological Watching Brief. Halvasso, Penryn: Archaeological Consultancy Limited https://doi.org/10.5284/1010250

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Document Details

TitlePerranporth Airfield, Perranzabuloe, Cornwall: Archaeological Watching Brief
AuthorsGoacher, H., Mossop, M.
ProducerArchaeological Consultancy Limited
Place of productionHalvasso, Penryn

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Site details

Location
Site namePerranporth Airfield
ParishPERRANZABULOE
DistrictCARRICK
CountyCORNWALL
CountryENGLAND
Grid reference SW 74137 53212 (line) SW 74379 53395 (line)
Monuments and Finds      
AIRFIELDMODERN
NONENONE
 

Other details

DescriptionA4 comb bound report consisting of 38 pages
Associated identifier archaeol14-103973