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Hillman-Crouch, BJ. (2009) Excavations for foundations of an external lift tower at Loughton Hall, Loughton, Essex. June 2009.. Essex: Barry Hillman-Crouch https://doi.org/10.5284/1031574

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Document Details

TitleExcavations for foundations of an external lift tower at Loughton Hall, Loughton, Essex. June 2009.
AuthorsHillman-Crouch, BJ.
ProducerBarry Hillman-Crouch
Place of productionEssex

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Site details

Location
Site nameLoughton Hall, Essex
ParishLOUGHTON
DistrictEPPING FOREST
CountyESSEX
CountryEngland
Grid reference TQ 44422 96354 (point)
Monuments and Finds      
BUILDINGPost Medieval
BRICKPost Medieval
 

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DescriptionExcavations for foundations of an external lift tower at Loughton Hall, Loughton, Essex. June 2009. Digital report. 14 pages. Full colour.
Associated identifier barryhil1-61602