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Hatherley, C (2004) An Archaeological Watching Brieg at the rear of 27, 29 and 33 Eskbank, Longtown, Cumbria. 13 Jane Street, Edinbugh, EH6 5HE: Headland Archaeology Ltd

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Site details

Site name27,29 and 33 Eskbank, Longtown, Cumbria
Grid reference NY 379 686 (point)
Monuments and Finds      

Other details

DescriptionGrey literature (unpublished document/manuscript)
Associated identifier headland1-5671