Archive for May, 2011

Naval Volunteer, King Street, Bristol

A photographic record of four separate roof structures of The Naval Volunteer public house premises at Nos 17–18 King Street was carried out during renovation works. The Naval Volunteer, 17-18 […]

Masons Arms in Lawrence Weston

BaRAS staff recently carried out an archaeological evaluation at the former site of the Masons Arms Public House in Lawrence Weston. The site is located at NGR ST 54939 78514. […]

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