Cropmark of Stoke church Ring-ditch excavation at Great Cornard Worked flint Bronze Age burial at Eriswell Framlingham castle from the air Pottery vessels in situ at Leiston Flint tool from Southery Ring-ditch excavation at Great Cornard Cropmarks in Stoke-by-Nayland

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SHER NumberNameLocation
DUN 029World War II anti-tank scaffolding buried under the cliff top.DUNWICH; WALBERSWICK; SOUTHWOLD
SWD 001J B Denny shop (Rom)SOUTHWOLD
SWD 00111 Market Place (PMed)SOUTHWOLD
SWD 002Sherds, including C13-C14 and fragment of figure of mounted knight found on beach in 1963 per G Burroughes (S1).SOUTHWOLD
SWD 005A Neo (?) settlement uncovered by rough seas, revealing many flint flake tools, several fragments of pottery and bone/antler artefacts (one being a p…SOUTHWOLD
SWD 006Buss Creek; Old Key (1793 map)REYDON; SOUTHWOLD
SWD 007Church of St EdmundSOUTHWOLD
SWD 008Southwold Salt Works; Salt CreekSOUTHWOLD
SWD 009Skilman Hill; Castle KeepSOUTHWOLD
SWD 012Mights BridgeSOUTHWOLD
SWD 013Fort Sussex (?)SOUTHWOLD
SWD 014Dunwich RiverSOUTHWOLD
SWD 015Various stretches of World War II barbed wire defences on the beach to the east of SouthwoldSOUTHWOLD
SWD 016Gun emplacements and barbed wire obstruction in north Southwold, probably of World War II dateSOUTHWOLD
SWD 017Slit trenches and a gun emplacement of World War II date in SouthwoldSOUTHWOLD
SWD 018Trenches and gun emplacement on St Edmund's Green and Tibby's Green, Southwold, of World War II dateSOUTHWOLD
SWD 019Two zig-zag trenches of World War II date to the north of SouthwoldSOUTHWOLD

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