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Trippier, M, J. (2011) Archaeological Building Survey of Buildings at Light House, Lightfoot Lane, Broughton, Preston. Lancashire: J.M.Trippier Archaeological and Surveying Consultancy https://doi.org/10.5284/1031377

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Document Details

TitleArchaeological Building Survey of Buildings at Light House, Lightfoot Lane, Broughton, Preston
AuthorsTrippier, M, J.
ProducerJ.M.Trippier Archaeological and Surveying Consultancy
Place of productionLancashire

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Site details

Location
Site nameLightfoot House
ParishPRESTON
DistrictPRESTON
CountyLANCASHIRE
CountryEngland
Grid reference SD 5167 3339 (point)
Monuments and Finds      
FARM BUILDINGModern
NONENone
 

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DescriptionDigital photographs have also been included in this report at Appendix 3. A photographic index and reference plans have been included at Figs. 7 and 8. Historical research, included a full map regression, was carried at Lancashire County Record Office and Preston (Harris) Local Studies Library
Associated identifier jmtrippi1-210942