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Archaeo-Environment (2008) An archaeological assessment of a proposed relocated council depot at Ettrick Grove to the west of Barnes Park. Barnard Castle: Archaeo-Environment Ltd, 0052-2. https://doi.org/10.5284/1016149

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Document Details

TitleAn archaeological assessment of a proposed relocated council depot at Ettrick Grove to the west of Barnes Park
AuthorsArchaeo-Environment
ProducerArchaeo-Environment Ltd
Place of productionBarnard Castle
Other bibliographic details0052-2

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Site details

Location
Site nameLand to the west of Barnes Park
ParishSUNDERLAND
DistrictSUNDERLAND
CountyTYNE AND WEAR
CountryENGLAND
Grid reference NZ 375 554 (point)
Monuments and Finds      
NONENONE
NONENONE
 

Other details

DescriptionSoft bound A4 report, 48 pages in length.
Associated identifier archaeoe1-76289