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Name:King Street - Middlewich to Chesterton Section
SMR Number:436/1/13
Type of record:Monument
Map Sheet:SJ76SW
Parish:SANDBACH, CONGLETON, CHESHIRE EAST

Summary

Reported finding of a Roman Road whilst laying a bowling green in Elworth and that the line could be traced by the stones showing on the surface, up and beyond the railway. Found about 1 foot below the surface and consisted of a soilid bed of gravel about 15 inches thick, and four to five yards wide. During the clearance of this site for a new supermakret, no evidence for a road was observed.
King Street Roman road runs between Wilderspool and Middlewich and then onto Chesterton in Staffordshire

Monument Types

  • ROAD (Road-Major, Roman - 43 AD to 409 AD)
  • ROAD TRANSPORT SITE (Roman - 43 AD to 409 AD)

Related records

436/1/0Part of: King Street Roman Road (Monument)
436/1/9Related to: Elworth Street (King Street)- Margary Route 70a (Monument)