O'Brien, L., (2005). 4ZV route, High Marnham - Chesterfield; overhead electricity line route, phase 2, non-intrusive archaeological site visits. Hertford: Archaeological Solutions Ltd.

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4ZV route, High Marnham - Chesterfield; overhead electricity line route, phase 2, non-intrusive archaeological site visits
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Archaeological Solutions Ltd unpublished report series
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archaeol7-9949_1.pdf (10 MB) : Download
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https://doi.org/10.5284/1044886 https://doi.org/10.5284/1044463
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Ten sites (36 pylons) were subject to site visits (phase 2), following a desk-based assessment of the whole pylon route (phase 1). Although a number of targeted sites did not show great archaeological potential, six of the sites were identified as being of moderate to high archaeological potential, and potentially at risk from damage by heavy vehicles and plant accessing the pylons. The most significant of these was the Roman tile kiln site at Sookholme Bath (SMR 3996), where a field through which the access route will pass contained a dense surface scatter of Roman floor tile and tegula (NGR SK5400 6655). Other sites potentially affected by the proposed works include a medieval hollow way at Moorhouse (Notts SMR 7849), medieval open field/shrunken village remains at Laxton (Notts), Sookholme Bath Roman tile kiln/tile scatter (Derbs SMR3996 and 4067), Pleasley Park earthwork deer park pale, the agger of Roman Road at Green Lane/Rotherham Road, Glapwell (Derbs) and sandstone bridge footings (undated) near Owlcotes Farm, Sutton Scarsdale (Derbs). The report contains a summary account of each site visit, recording land use, access, details of any archaeological remains noted at the sites, truncation and any practical factors inhibiting further fieldwork. The report also contains preliminary recommendations for mitigation or further archaeological fieldwork at six sites (seven pylons). For OASIS two forms have been filled out, one for Nottinghamshire and the other for Derbyshire.
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L O'Brien
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Archaeological Solutions Ltd
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Historic England (OASIS Reviewer)
Derbyshire County Council (OASIS Reviewer)
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2005
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Site: High Marnham - Chesterfield overhead electricity line route
County: DERBYSHIRE
District: CHESTERFIELD
Parish: BRIMINGTON
Country: England
Grid Reference: 480730, 370750 (Easting, Northing)
Grid Reference: 440310, 369910 (Easting, Northing)
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Find: NONE None
Monus: AGGER OF ROAD Roman
Monus: BRIDGE FOOTINGS Uncertain
Monus: DEER PARK PALE Uncertain
Monus: HOLLOW WAY Medieval
Monus: TILE KILN Roman
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OASIS Id: archaeol7-9949
OBIB: AS report no. 1804
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A4 ring bound document
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06 Nov 2017
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