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Anon (2001) Silk Willoughby to Staythorpe gas pipeline, Lincolnshire. Archaeological Evaluation Watching Brief. : Field Archaeology Specialists Ltd. https://doi.org/10.5284/1015602

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Document Details

TitleSilk Willoughby to Staythorpe gas pipeline, Lincolnshire. Archaeological Evaluation Watching Brief
AuthorsAnon
ProducerField Archaeology Specialists Ltd.
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Site details

Location
Site nameSilk Willoughby to Staythorpe gas pipeline
ParishKIRKBY LA THORPE
DistrictNORTH KESTEVEN
CountyLINCOLNSHIRE
CountryENGLAND
Grid reference SK 95590 46910 (point)
Monuments and Finds      
ARCHAEOLOGICAL FEATUREMEDIEVAL
ARCHAEOLOGICAL FEATUREUNDATED
 

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Associated identifier Lincolnshire HER Report UID 1830