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SMR Number Monument Name Summary
  2087   Central Brightlingsea   Two triangular loom weights, found at different times.  
  2129   All Saints Church, Brightlingsea   Robbed foundation trenches of Roman building visible at SE corner of church while drainage trenches being excavated.  
  2130   All Saints Church, Brightlingsea   Largely C13 in the east half but late C15 tower and west end of nave is C16.  
  2131   Brightlingsea Hall and church   Series of cropmarks to the south and west of the church, possibly including a double-ditched trackway and field boundaries-but it may be a modern drainage system.  
  2132   Vicinty of Brightlingsea   Considerable quantities of building material such as tesserae, roof and flue tiles and also pottery, in particular a Samian mortarium have been found at the junction of Church Rd, Walnut St, Park Chase and Spring Rd while laying pipes betwe  
  2133   Vicinty of Brightlingsea   Sherd of Belgic greyware found while excavating service trenches between 1884-1912, at junction of Church Rd, Walnut St, Park Chase and Spring Rd..  
  2141   North of Brightlingsea   Cropmarks around this area including a rectangular enclosure with rounded corners and its entrance on the northern side.  
  2155   north of Brightlingsea   Ring ditch with central `pit'.  
  2157   Vicinty of Brightlingsea   Sherd, tempered with oyster shell.  
  2158   Vicinty of Brightlingsea   Scraper.  
  2163   West of Brightlingsea   Red hill.  
  2164   West of Brightlingsea   Red hill.  
  2233   Vicinty of Brightlingsea   Flints.  
  2242   West of Brightlingsea   Red hill.  
  2276   Vicinty of Brightlingsea   Rectangular enclosure with an entrance on the south east corner, but little of the west side visible.  
  2292   Brightlingsea east side   Linear cropmarks, showing curving double-ditched trackway with associated linear features and a series of large rectangular pits centred around TM09501675.  
  2293   Brightlingsea east side   Faint linear cropmarks, possibly geological.  
  2302   North of Brightlingsea hall   Cropmark showing ring ditch and trackway running NE-SW.  
  2305   Brightlingsea Creek   Pebble mace-head with hourglass perforation.  
  2310   Brightlingsea   Triangular loomweight, complete.  
  2673   West of Brightlingsea   Red hill.  
  2959   East of Brightlingsea   Ring ditch with central pit, trackway, pits, linear features.  
  16908   Moverons Pit/Brightlingsea Quarry   An Early Bronze Age pit was located during trial trenching of the cropmark complex in advance of gravel extraction.  
  16909   Moverons Pit/ Brightlingsea Quarry   Late Bronze Age enclosure, associated field systems and trackway.  
  16910   Moverons Pit/ Brightlingsea Quarry   In the southern field trial trenching in advance of mineral extraction revealed an enclosure complex likely to be of early Roman origin or very late iron Age (trenches 17, 18 and 19).  
  16911   Moverons Pit/ Brightlingsea Quarry   A trial trenching evaluation at Moverons Pit, in advance of mineral extraction revealed a rectilinear enclosure complex most likely of early Roman date (trenches 17,18,19).  
  16912   Moverons Pit/ Brightlingsea Quarry   A small amount of Saxon pottery (25 sherds) was recovered from features trenched during an evaluation on a cropmark complex in advance of gravel extraction.  
  16941   Brightlingsea   Three wrecked vessels appearing in various states of erosion over a number of years on aerial photographs.  
  16946   Area of anti-glider ditches at Brightlingsea   An extensive area of anti-glider ditches, from WWII.  
  16949   Oyster Pits on Brightlingsea Marsh   A large number of rectangular oyster pits visible on aerial photographs.  
  16950   Oyster Pits in Brightlingsea Creek   A large number of rectangular oyster pits, cut into the salt marsh in a roughly linear arrangement, visible on various sources of aerial photography.  
  34213   Church of All Saints, Brightlingsea   C13 and later parish church.  
  34241   New Church of Jerusalem, Brightlingsea   Late C19 church by EC Gosling.  
  34247   St James Church, Brightlingsea   Early C19 church designed by William Mason and built by Aldous boat builders.  
  17022   Oyster Pits at Brightlingsea   Oyster Pits visible on aerial photographs  
  18670   Lodge Farm, Brightlingsea   Casual find of a greyware rim sherd and imbrex fragment  
  17650   Brightlingsea Rising Main, Essex.   Watching brief on sewage pipeline uncovers fragments of salt briquetage.  
  17651   Brightlingsea Ringditch, Moverons Farm, Brightlingsea.   Neolithic D- Shaped enclosure with pottery finds discovered.  
  17652   Brightlingsea Ringditch, Moverons Farm, Brightlingsea.   Linear feature almost certainly a field boundary bisects the enclosure  
  10741   WWII anti tank cubes, Westmarsh, Brightlingsea   Line of concrete blocks which protected shore at Westmarsh Point, 11 of the original 450 survive.  
  10743   Road Barrier (destroyed), Promenade Way, Brightlingsea   Site of concrete blocks, probable road barrier.  
  10744   Anti-tank Cubes (destroyed), The Quay, Brightlingsea   Site of concrete blocks, probable road barrier.  
  10739   Road Barrier (destroyed), Church Road, Brightlingsea   Road Barrier (destroyed), Church Road, Brightlingsea  
  10740   Road Barrier (destroyed), Chapel Road, Brightlingsea   Road Barrier (destroyed), Chapel Road, Brightlingsea  
  10742   Pillbox (destroyed), Westmarsh Point, Brightlingsea   Pillbox (destroyed), Westmarsh Point, Brightlingsea  
  15579   Church Road Pumping Station, Brightlingsea   Late C19 pumping station.  
  18671   Lodge Farm, Brightlingsea   Casual find of 18th Century Netherlands coin  
  20308   WWII Bombing Decoy, "Brightlingsea", Essex   WWII Bombing Decoy  
  15702   Brickworks at Brightlingsea   Brickworks west of Park Road, west north west of the town and north of railway station.  
  15703   Brickworks at Brightlingsea   Brickworks south of Hurst Green and north of Brightlingsea Creek.  
  15704   Brickworks at Brightlingsea   Brickworks south west of Eastend Farm and north of Brightlingsea Creek.  
  45872   Evaluation at 16 Seaview Road, Brightlingsea   No significant finds or features were observed in three trenches dug to the rear of 16 Seaview Road.  
  46703   Cold War Nuclear Monitoring Post, Brightlingsea   A Cold War Nuclear monitoring post.  
  47073   Mill Farm, Brightlingsea - No exact NGR   Flintwork from Mill Farm, Brightlingsea - NGR is for general area of Mill Farm  
  21332   Road Barrier (destroyed), Brightlingsea Road, Thorrington   WWII road barrier.  
  21333   Pillbox, Brightlingsea Road, Thorrington   WWII pillbox.  
  21334   Minefield, marshes N of River Colne, Brightlingsea   WWII minefield. TM07101692 - TM07431656  
  21335   Pillbox (destroyed), slipway, Brightlingsea   WWII pillbox.  
  21336   Pillbox, Stoney Lane, Brightlingsea   WWII pillbox  
  47413   Water Tower, Church Road, Brightlingsea   A concrete water tower, built in the industrial modern style, was constructed in 1952.  
  47481   Windmill Site at Mill Farm, Brightlingsea   Windmill Site at Mill Farm, Brightlingsea  
  47482   Windmill Site at Mill Farm, Brightlingsea - Location uncertain   Windmill Site at Mill Farm, Brightlingsea - Location uncertain