2 edition of Archaeological watching brief at 127 Long Lane, London, SE1 found in the catalog.
Archaeological watching brief at 127 Long Lane, London, SE1
|Statement||Chris Pickard and Dave Dobson.|
|Contributions||Dobson, Dave., Pre-Construct Archaeology.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||26|
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An Archaeological Watching Brief at 32 Long Lane, SE1, London Borough of Southwark. Publisher An Archaeological Evaluation at 32 Long Lane, SE1, London Borough of Southwark Lesco House, Stamford Street, London, SE1.
An Archaeological Assessment. Publisher Land North of Former Central Electric Lighting Company, Temple Back. - Long Lane, London SE1, London Borough of Southwark. An Archaeological Evaluation at Borough High Street, London Borough of Southwark, SE1 1NP. London SE1: An archaeological watching brief report.
OASIS Reviewer TOWER BRIDGE MAGISTRATES COURT, TOOLEY STREET, LONDON BOROUGH OF SOUTHWARK SE1. An Archaeological Evaluation at Long Lane, London Borough of Southwark, SE1 4QB. An Archaeological Watching Brief at the site of the former London and Brighton Public House, Queens Road, Peckham, London Borough of Southwark, SE15 2ND Historic Building Recording of No.
Borough High Street, London Borough of Southwark, SE1. Long Lane, Southwark - Free download as PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or read online for free. Wessex Archaeology was engaged by Barrie Tankel Partnership (The Client) to undertake an archaeological evaluation at Long Lane, in the London Borough of Southwark (the Site) in advance of the construction of residential properties.
The Site, centred on NGR. An Archaeological Watching Brief at Long Lane, Southwark, SE1. An Archaeological Watching Brief at New Kent Road, London SE1, London Borough of Southwark.
Publisher London N Archaeological Watching Brief. Publisher Archaeological Watching Brief Report. 25 Witham Place, Boston, Lincolnshire. 8 Albert Embankment, SE1 Watching brief on site of Stiff's London Pottery. Remains of dock wall survived.
Trial pit exposed remains of possible warehouse and several ceramic vessels recovered, one with Stiff's mark. Clapham Park Estate, SW4 Watching brief noted visible ground features covering remains of Second World War air-raid shelters.
The Highway And 9 Wapping Lane, London E1. An Archaeological Watching Brief. Stamford Street, London SE1. An Archaeological Watching Brief. Publisher 4 Snow Hill, London EC1. An Archaeological Assessment Long Acre, London WC2. An Archaeological Assessment. How to use this site. Layers of London is a map-based history website developed by the Institute of Historical Research.
Users can access free historic maps of London and contribute stories, memories and histories to create a social history resource about their area.
Land at Vicarage Lane, Long Compton, Warwickshire: Archaeological Watching Brief Improvement Between Silver Street And Hall Lane, London Boroughs Of Enfield & Waltham Forest.
Archaeological Watching Brief Report Report Of Archaeological Watching Brief And Excavation. Publisher Land Adjacent to Elwes Arms, Great Billing. A65 Hellifield and Long Preston Bypass, North Yorkshire. Palaeoenvironmental Report Archaeological Watching Brief Report.
London Road, Grantham. Author Archaeological Watching Brief Report. Archaeological Watching Brief at Church Lane Brant Broughton and Stragglethorpe, Lincolnshire.
16 11 APPENDIX 3: THE PHILBERDS, HOLYPORT, BERKSHIRE ARCHAEOLOGICAL WATCHING BRIEF REPORT. 17 THE PHILBERDS, HOLYPORT, BERKSHIRE ARCHAEOLOGICAL WATCHING BRIEF REPORT. Prepared for. Cliveden Homes 62 West Street Dorking Surrey RH4 1BS.
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approved preservation regime); or further options to investigate, monitor (watching brief), model or sample archaeological deposits.
This further programme. Ludgate House, Blackfriars Road Watching brief. Remains of goods depot for Blackfriars Station including bases of railway turntables and evidence of railway viaduct built Land to rear of Crucifix Lane, SE1 Evaluation trenches found C tanning pits.
Grange Road, SE1 also evidence of tanning activity. The Cross Bones Burial ground, Redcross Way, Southwark, London. Archaeological excavations (–) for the London Underground Limited Jubilee Line extension project. Museum of London Archaeological Service Monograph 3. Lavenham: Museum of London Archaeological Services.
During March and Aprilan archaeological watching brief was carried out during the excavation of foundation trenches for a new warehouse and ancillary office at. Weston-super-Mare, also known as Weston, is a seaside town in Somerset, is part of the unitary authority of North lies by the Bristol Channel 18 miles (29 km) south west of Bristol between Worlebury Hill and Bleadon includes the suburbs of Oldmixon, West Wick and population at the census SinceWeston has been.
It is also mentioned in Domesday Book of (Williams and Martin ) and became prosperous in medieval times (Munby et al. Map evidence suggests that the site lies within an area of burgage plots.
An archaeological watching brief to the east at 3. Penshaw Monument (locally / ˈ p ɛ n ʃ ə /) is a memorial in the style of an ancient Greek temple on Penshaw Hill in the City of Sunderland, North East is near the village of Penshaw, between the towns of Washington and Houghton-le-Spring in the historic County monument was built between and to commemorate John Lambton, 1st Earl of.
The FRWA was responsible for waymarking, and production of the Fen Rivers Way guidebook. When in their task was deemed complete, remaining funds were handed to Ramblers’ Cambridge Group, in order to reprint the guidebook as required, and to keep a watching brief on the long distance path.
New London Bridge House, SE1 found two walls and floor surface of a building depicted on Rocque's map of and thought to be a tannery. Sea Containers House, SE1 found C18 E-W brick drain, likely to have been associated with development when Blackfriars Bridge was constructed. Above were walls, part of wharfs and warehouses of Bull Stairs Wharf.This banner text can have markup.
web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation.Between February and Marchan archaeological watching brief was carried out during the groundworks associated with the lowering of an existing basement at No.
6 Love Lane (TR ), a.