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Richardson, T (2015) Geophysical Survey Report: Cranbrook Street, Nottingham. Upton upon Severn : Scott Lomax, Job ref: J8242. https://doi.org/10.5284/1039219

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Document Details

TitleGeophysical Survey Report: Cranbrook Street, Nottingham
AuthorsRichardson, T
ProducerScott Lomax
Place of production Upton upon Severn
Other bibliographic detailsJob ref: J8242

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Site details

Location
Site nameCranbrook Street
ParishNOTTINGHAM
DistrictNOTTINGHAM
CountyNOTTINGHAMSHIRE
CountryEngland
Grid reference SK 577 400 (point)
Monuments and Finds      
CAVEMedieval
CAVEPost Medieval
TOWN DITCHMedieval
NONENone
 

Other details

DescriptionThe reports consists of 11 pages of text and four pages of figures showing the results of the GPR survey. The report is in PDF format, with paper copies possessed by Scott Lomax, Nottingham City Museums and Galleries and Historic England.
Associated identifier scottlom1-212006