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Trippier, M, J. (2010) An archaeological watching brief at 12-26 Avenham Street, Preston. Lancashire: J.M.Trippier Archaeological and Surveying Consultancy

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Site details

Site nameAvenham Street
Grid reference SD 54100 29277 (point)
Monuments and Finds      
WALLPost Medieval

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DescriptionThe archive resulting from this watching brief, comprising notes, drawings and photographs, together with a copy of the report, will be deposited in due course at the Museum of Lancashire, Stanley Street, Preston, PR1 4YP; telephone 01772 534075, fax: 01772 534079. It is currently held at the outstation of J. M. Trippier Archaeological and Surveying Consultancy at First Floor Offices, Unit B1B, Towngate Works, Dark Lane, Mawdesley, Nr Ormskirk, L40 2QU. 9.3 The site archive shall be prepared and stored according to the UKIC Guidelines for the preparation of excavation archives for long term- storage (1990) and 'Standards for the preparation and transfer of archaeological archives’ in the Museum and Galleries Commission Standards in the Museum Care of Archaeological collections (1992).
Associated identifier jmtrippi1-211167