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Anon (2007) M54 to M6/M6 (Toll) Link Road Options Development and Appraisal, Environmental Scheme Assessment Report. Birmingham: Atkins (The Highways Agency) https://doi.org/10.5284/1020207

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Document Details

TitleM54 to M6/M6 (Toll) Link Road Options Development and Appraisal, Environmental Scheme Assessment Report
AuthorsAnon
ProducerAtkins
Place of productionBirmingham
Responsible bodyThe Highways Agency

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Site details

Location
Site nameM54 to M6/M6 (Toll)
ParishSAREDON
DistrictSOUTH STAFFORDSHIRE
CountySTAFFORDSHIRE
CountryENGLAND
Grid reference SJ 95786 07268 (line)
Monuments and Finds      
CANALPOST MEDIEVAL
CHURCHPOST MEDIEVAL
COLLIERYPOST MEDIEVAL
DESERTED SETTLEMENTMEDIEVAL
FARMSTEADPOST MEDIEVAL
HALLMEDIEVAL
HOUSEPOST MEDIEVAL
MOATMEDIEVAL
RIDGE AND FURROWMEDIEVAL
 

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