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Trippier, M, J. (2009) Lane Ends Farm Barn, Park Road, Waterfoot An Archaeological Building Survey. Lancashire: J.M.Trippier Archaeological and Surveying Consultancy https://doi.org/10.5284/1031374

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Document Details

TitleLane Ends Farm Barn, Park Road, Waterfoot An Archaeological Building Survey
AuthorsTrippier, M, J.
ProducerJ.M.Trippier Archaeological and Surveying Consultancy
Place of productionLancashire

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Site details

Location
Site nameLane Ends Farm Barn, Park Road, Waterfoot
ParishBACUP
DistrictROSSENDALE
CountyLANCASHIRE
CountryEngland
Grid reference SD 84167 22370 (point)
Monuments and Finds      
BARNPost Medieval
NONENone
 

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DescriptionA4 ring bound and double sided document. A copy of this report will be supplied to the Lancashire Historic Environment Record in Adobe Acrobat 'PDF.’ format on CD-ROM on the understanding that it will become a public document after an appropriate period (six months after completion of the field work unless another date is agreed). A copy of the report will also be supplied to the Local Planning Authority responsible for the planning decision.
Associated identifier jmtrippi1-208101