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Anon (1991) M6-M61 Link: Wigan, Hindley and Westhoughton Bypass. Manchester: Greater Manchester Archaeological Unit (Parkman Engineering Consultants) https://doi.org/10.5284/1020176

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Document Details

TitleM6-M61 Link: Wigan, Hindley and Westhoughton Bypass
AuthorsAnon
ProducerGreater Manchester Archaeological Unit
Place of productionManchester
Responsible bodyParkman Engineering Consultants

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Location
Site nameM6-M61 Link: Wigan, Hindley and Westhoughton Bypass
ParishWIGAN
DistrictWIGAN
CountyLANCASHIRE
CountryENGLAND
Grid reference SD 61598 04264 (point)
Monuments and Finds      
COAL MINING SITEPOST MEDIEVAL
EARTHWORKMEDIEVAL
HALLPOST MEDIEVAL
HOUSEPOST MEDIEVAL
MILLMEDIEVAL
MOATMEDIEVAL
RAILWAYPOST MEDIEVAL
ROADROMAN
 

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