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Kenney, S. (2005) Peterborough to Whittlesey Reinforcement Main: An Archaeological Desk-Based Assessment. Fulbourn, Cambridgeshire: CAM ARC, report number 791. https://doi.org/10.5284/1038243

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Document Details

TitlePeterborough to Whittlesey Reinforcement Main: An Archaeological Desk-Based Assessment
AuthorsKenney, S.
ProducerCAM ARC
Place of productionFulbourn, Cambridgeshire
Other bibliographic detailsreport number 791

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Site details

Location
Site namePeterborough to Whittlesey Reinforcement Main
ParishPETERBOROUGH
DistrictPETERBOROUGH
CountyCAMBRIDGESHIRE
CountryEngland
Grid reference TL 1913 9588 (line) TL 2351 9585 (line)
Monuments and Finds      
NONENone
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Other details

DescriptionA4 spiral bound desk-based assessment, 14 pages, 3 figures, 1 appendix.
Associated identifier cambridg1-56198