Archive for August, 2008

Old Council House, Corn Street, Bristol

An archaeological evaluation carried out in the courtyard to the rear of The Old Council House, Corn Street, Bristol revealed stone walls, brick floors and mortar surfaces suggesting an unbroken sequence of occupation from the 12th to the 20th centuries.

Llynfi Road, Maesteg, South Wales

An evaluation at Llynfi Road, Maesteg, South Wales revealed the in-situ remains of two of the blast furnaces associated with the 19th century iron works and the remains of the casting house walls and floor overlain by the residues from forge processes.

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