McKeague, P. (1988). Sutton packhorse bridge. Bedfordshire Archaeol 18. Vol 18, pp. 64-80.

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Title:
Sutton packhorse bridge
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Issue:
Bedfordshire Archaeol 18
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Bedfordshire Archaeology
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18
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Page Start/End:
64 - 80
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Journal
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Abstract:
Stone-by-stone analysis showed several alterations to the bridge after its late 13th/14th century construction. An original timber construction raft was identified. The bridge is considered in the context of communications in mid-18th century Bedfordshire, and its survival attributed to its isolation. F B/Ed
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Peter McKeague ORCID icon
Year of Publication
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Year of Publication:
1988
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Subjects / Periods:
Bridge (Auto Detected Subject)
Timber Construction Raft (Auto Detected Subject)
Mid18th Century (Auto Detected Temporal)
Packhorse Bridge Stonebystone Analysis (Auto Detected Subject)
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BIAB (British Archaeological Abstracts (BAA))
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05 Dec 2008