Archive for April, 2009

Victoria Street, Bristol

An archaeological excavation on a site being redeveloped in Victoria Street, Bristol, has helped to reveal the earlier medieval foundations and garden soils of a former street called St Thomas, in what is otherwise a street of 19th century construction.

Maesteg Iron Works

Bristol and Region Archaeological Services was commissioned in late 2006 to undertake an excavation on the proposed site of a Tesco foodstore on a site in Maesteg, Glamorgan, South Wales.

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