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Details of Document

Please note: the report listed below is from the Newham Museum Service archive. We are disseminating data from this archive on a best-efforts basis and can not guarantee that the report is complete or that all appendices/figures are present. The original formating and layout of the report may also not have been preserved.

Bibliographic Reference and files

Jarrett, Chris (1992) Excavations at the New Divisional Police Station, Ilford. London: Newham Museum Service https://doi.org/10.5284/1011197

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Document Details

TitleExcavations at the New Divisional Police Station, Ilford
AuthorsJarrett, Chris
ProducerNewham Museum Service
Place of productionLondon

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Site details

Location
Site nameNew Divisional Police Station
ParishILFORD
DistrictREDBRIDGE
CountyGREATER LONDON
CountryENGLAND
Grid reference
Monuments and Finds      
 

Other details

Associated identifier IG-PS 92