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Wandylaw Moor hollow ways (Adderstone with Lucker; Ellingham)

A series of hollow ways run south-west from Slate Ford across Wandylaw Moor. They are thought to be associated with the movement of coal from Wandylaw Colliery and date to the post-medieval period.

Reference number:N4959
Historical period: Post Medieval (1540 to 1901)
Event(s):FIELD SURVEY, Wandylaw Moor Archaeological Survey 1988; Archaeological Unit for North East England
FIELD SURVEY, Wandylaw Wind Farm, Supplemental Field Survey 2012; CFA Archaeology Ltd

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Source of Reference
Local History of Adderstone with Lucker
Local History of Ellingham

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