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Blair, A . H. (2011) Indians Field, Balfron Station, Data Structure Report. Glasgow: GUARD Archaeology Limited, 3434. https://doi.org/10.5284/1020938

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Document Details

TitleIndians Field, Balfron Station, Data Structure Report
AuthorsBlair, A . H.
ProducerGUARD Archaeology Limited
Place of productionGlasgow
Other bibliographic details3434

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Site details

Location
Site nameIndians Field, Balfron Station
ParishBALFRON
CountySTIRLING
CountrySCOTLAND
Grid reference NS 52303 89330 (point)
Monuments and Finds      
N/ANONE
N/ANONE
 

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DescriptionIllustrated Data Structure detailing the results of an archaeological evaluation conducted as part of planning conditions on a proposed private single dwelling development. No significant archaeological deposits were uncovered.
Associated identifier guardarc1-118502