Category:East Stoke, Nottinghamshire

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English: East Stoke is a small village in Nottinghamshire nestled between the A46 Fosse Way trunk road (which cuts through the middle of the village) and the River Trent. It lies about 6 miles southwest of Newark. It is thought to be the site of the Roman settlement called Ad Pontem, the 'place of the bridges,' but this is disputed.
East Stoke, Nottinghamshire 
village in United Kingdom
Instance of village,
civil parish
Location Newark and Sherwood, United Kingdom
Authority control

53° 02′ 20″ N, 0° 52′ 41″ W

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