Excavation by J L Gower for SyAS recovered unstratified RB and medieval material.
A trial trench by S Nelson for NAS [now EEHAS] revealed a small part of a flint rubble wall foundation and a gravel surface, possibly RB.
Mammoth teeth and tusk and bones of woolly rhinoceros found in gravel extraction and reported by J J Chapman. Also found was a nearly complete pot, 3rd/4th century AD, presumably originally associated with a burial.
Site watching of topsoil removal before gravel extraction by J J Chapman for SAFG revealed no features and only two flints and one fragment of RB pottery.
Excavation by E Crossland for LDLHS of a site producing IA an RB pottery from pit and ditch features, discovered in M25 construction.
Trial excavation by S Nelson for NAS [now EEHAS] in advance of redevelopment revealed an area of rammed flint cobbling sealing RB material; thought to be a yard rather than part of Stane Street. (187)
Trial excavation and site watching by S Nelson for NAS [now EEHAS] in advance of redevelopment revealed no RB features and only a few RB sherds. (187)
Animal bones, including several of horse and cattle, and two fragments of 1st century AD pottery from a buried watercourse noted in gravel extraction and reported by J J Chapman. Map ref centered
Fieldwalking by SRVSG near the site of several RB pits recovered a fragment of RB roof tile. (198)
Observation by K D Graham for FMS of test holes dug for proposed redevelopment noted two fragments of RB roof tile. Probably manuring scatter