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Hadley, A (2015) Astley Farm, Alveley, Shropshire; High Voltage cable and substations. Office, Llanidloes: Archaeology Wales, Report number 1356. https://doi.org/10.5284/1041218

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Document Details

TitleAstley Farm, Alveley, Shropshire; High Voltage cable and substations
AuthorsHadley, A
ProducerArchaeology Wales
Place of productionOffice, Llanidloes
Other bibliographic detailsReport number 1356

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Site details

Location
Site nameAstley Farm, Alveley, Shropshire; High voltage cable and substations
ParishALVELEY
DistrictBRIDGNORTH
CountySHROPSHIRE
CountryEngland
Grid reference SO 78370 85800 (point) SO 77345 85555 (point)
Monuments and Finds      
NONENone
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DescriptionDigital report in single PDF format
Associated identifier archaeol26-246322