Archaeological and Heritage project map

A short tour of some of our interesting projects, both archaeological and heritage, over the last 25 years.

Photo 1: whittle tang knife in-situ in the pelvic area
Photo 2: iron object, possibly a blade and tang
Photo 3: iron sword.
Archaeological Observation, Oxfordshire
Photo 1: entrance to the former swimming baths of late 1930s date
Photo 2: foyer with decorative tiled floor and kiosk
Photo 3: view from Valley Park showing the south facing elevation of the baths
Heritage Assessment, Crewe
Photo 1: view from the quayside towards Clifton Wood Slopes
Photo 2: view towards the Floating Harbour and Underfall Yard
Photo 3: view along the west portion of Royal York Crescent
Photo 4: view looking west towards the Grade II listed Cabot Tower
Photo 5: view from the viewing platform of the Clifton Suspension Bridge
Heritage Assessment, Bristol
Photo 1. Preserved wood from waterlogged deposit next to the Thames taken for analysis to see if it related to a prehistoric trackway found in the vicinity. In house investigations concluded this wasn't worked wood and most likely the result of flooding and natural deposition.
Archaeological Excavation, Silvertown, London
Photo 1: stone structure
Photo 2: view SW from rear of 15th-18th century building
Photo 3: boundary stone
Photo 4: worked masonry showing evidence of tooling
Photo 5: glass bottle base with cartouche
Archaeological programme of work, Somerset
Photo 1: Kenwood House
Photo 2: view from the south terrace
Photo 3: looking NW towards Kenwood House
Archaeological Desk Based Assessment, Hampstead
Photo 1: works in progress
Barnsley Cooperative Building 1900
Photo 3: general shot of site
Heritage Impact Assessment & Archaeological Observation, Barnsley
Photo 1: Copper Alloy decorative face 'Greenman'
Photo 2: horseshoe specially forged early post-medieval orthopaedic / surgical horseshoe designed to protect the soft inner sole of the hoof
Photo 3: urn burial
Photo 4: timber post
Photo 5: Roman coin
Photo 6: cemetery enclosure ditch
Photo 7: possible remains of a coffin or a bier
Archaeological Programme of Works, Somerset
Photo 1: Momento Mori made from bone probably a terminal bead for a late Mediaeval rosary.
Photo 2: Post - Mediaeval leg prosthesis to hold a wooden leg to the remaining stump of an amputee.
Photo 3: worked bone.
Photo 4: Cu coin.
Photo 5: cold day on site
Archaeological Programme of Work, Project Pilgrim, Gloucester Cathedral
Standing Building Recording, Yorkshire
Photo 1: pipeline photo 'the Long and Winding (pipeline) Road..
Archaeological Observation, Glastonbury
Photo 1: football pitch looking towards Stamford town. They think its all over, it is now!
Photo 2: iconic signage
Archaeological Field Evaluation, Lincolnshire
Photo 1: school days 1890's style
Photo 2: external shot of school buildings
Statement of Significance, Cornwall
Photo 1: C19th railway bridge over a canalised section of the River Kennet, interestingly known as 'Skinners Lock' but there has never been a lock on this area of the canal.
Archaeological Standing Building Recording Survey, Berkshire
Photo 1: one of the many wells on site
Photo 2: section in progress
Photo 3: oyster shells
Archaeological Excavation, Winchester
Photo 1: external shot of The Lodge
Photo 2: Internal shot of the Lodge
Archaeological Standing Building Recording, Southampton
Photo 1: Bronze Age Vessel in-situ mid-excavation
Archaeological Mitigation Excavation, Basingstoke
Photos 1 and 2: showing the  geological process of solifluction; the deposits left behind after the movement of soils through periods of glaciation and thaw in the geological past.
Photos 1 and 2: showing the  geological process of solifluction; the deposits left behind after the movement of soils through periods of glaciation and thaw in the geological past.
Archaeological Field Evaluation, Sidcup
Photos 1 and 2: base of the medieval town walls including a dungeon or 'Oubliette', a place where people would literally be 'forgotten'.
Photos 1 and 2: base of the medieval town walls including a dungeon or 'Oubliette', a place where people would literally be 'forgotten'.
Limited Depth Excavation, Brecon
Photo 1: a 'ritual' horse burial
Photo 2: an extremely unusual square structure with a circular inner chamber purpose unknown of Romano-British date
Archaeological Excavation and Evaluation, Ross on Wye
Photo 1: a post excavation shot of one of 53 pre-pile pits excavated in preparation of building works
Archaeological Field Evaluation, Hertfordshire
Herefordshire Hereford Football club Possible Neolithic pit
Herefordshire Hereford Football club
Archaeological Evaluation, Herefordshire
Photo 1: a ghostly image of Roman fine dining
Photo 2: gold?' at the end of the rainbow
Photo 3: reburial service at local church with due reverence for our ancestors. This site produced evidence for cremation and inhumation burials together with domestic occupation from C2nd to the C7thAD
Walkover Survey, Archaeological Observation & Excavation, Herefordshire
Drone Survey, Basingstoke
Aerial view of historic building
drone image of drone operator and spotter
Drone photo of top of building
drone footage of Winchester skyline
Drone Survey, Winchester
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Photo 1: Examples of mid-11th century domestic pottery
Photo 2: Fragments of quern stone
Photo 3: Fragment of coloured glass 
Archaeological Excavation, Hereford
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Watching Brief, Archaeological Observation, Lichfield Cathedral, Staffordshire
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Photo 1: Internal view showing former loading bay door
Photo 2: South east facing elevation of old granary
Historic Building Recording (Survey), Barking, East London
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Photo 1: Grade II listed brick kiln
Photo 2: Surviving example of mid 19th century Dutch type kiln
Photo 3: Heavily dilapidated and overgrown condition
Heritage Statement, Kings Lynn, Norfolk
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Brass buttons depicting the King’s crown on the obverse and manufacturers stamp on the reverse
Copper buttons (obverse)
Possible fragment of Roman Tegula
Drystone-Ragstone-Wall
Programme of Archaeological Site Work, Kent
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Photo 1: A cluster of timbers within a peat layer
Photo 2: Decayed wood within a peat layer
Photo 3: Stepped excavation trench showing basal deposit and peat on lower step
Archaeological Field Evaluation & Excavation, East London
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Photo 4: Headon Warren
Photo 1:  Looking out from the battlements
Photo 2: View of castle wall
Photo 3: Walking around the perimeter
Photo 4: Headon Warren
Heritage Impact Assessment, Hurst Castle, Hampshire
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Approximate locations