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Dug-out canoe, Walton-on-Thames

Identifier: 576 · Author: Surrey Sites and Monuments Record

A dug-out canoe made from an oak tree was dredged from the Thames opposite River house, Walton, in October 1966.

The canoe underwent conservation at Reading Museum. Tool marks on the hull indicat...

Late medieval or early post-medieval wooden bowls, Chertsey Revitalization Scheme, Chertsey

Identifier: 5354 · Author: Surrey Sites and Monuments Record

Archaeological evaluation, excavation and watching brief by AOC, as part of the ongoing revitalization project. Two large sites were investigated, to the west and east of Guildford Road, just to th...

Prehistoric axe-trimmed wood, Land East of River Park Avenue, Egham

Identifier: 5283 · Author: Surrey Sites and Monuments Record

A watching brief by SCAU was carried out during groundworks for redevelopment. The site lies immediately south of the Thames and fluvial deposits were identified across most of the site. Some piece...

Waterloo House 17th/18th century foundations and timber flooring: Waterloo House, High Street, Epsom

Identifier: 4796 · Author: Surrey Sites and Monuments Record

Watching brief by PCA on geotechnical trial pits. Evidence for the 17th-18th century origins of the building were revealed, including earlier foundations, drainage and timber flooring. Remains pre-...

Worked Wood, Wisley

Identifier: 3501 · Author: Surrey Sites and Monuments Record

Two pieces of wood were recovered by contractors from the River Wey during construction of the M25. One piece was a stake with rough notches, the other a tree trunk split (deliberately?) down the m...

Waterlogged Wood

Identifier: 4209 · Author: Surrey Sites and Monuments Record

Many pieces of waterlogged wood of various shapes and sizes found in deep sewer trench. They were apparently sealed by a clay layer which also sealed probably a Prehistoric iron working site record...

Medieval wharf: Millmead Road, Guildford

Identifier: 17283 · Author: Surrey Sites and Monuments Record

Observation by GMVEU of the construction of a wet well located substantial quantities of worked timbers dated to the medieval period and thought to represent a wharf. Medieval and post-medieval lea...

Iron Age settlement: Blackwater Valley Route, Tongham Nurseries

Identifier: 17278 · Author: Surrey Sites and Monuments Record

Evaluation by trial trenching of an area to be used as a borrow pit for the Blackwater Valley Route, by SCAU. Occasional features of earlier prehistoric and Roman date were noted, but the principal...

12th/13th century cesspit and other finds, Brewery Cottages, Reigate

Identifier: 14881 · Author: Surrey Sites and Monuments Record

Excavation by RaBACC located a 12th/13th century cesspit with the handle of a curfew, a later cesspit with a timber base in situ and a large late medieval pit with timber and post revetment, re-lin...

Bellows: Dapdune Wharf

Identifier: 16021 · Author: Surrey Sites and Monuments Record

Large wooden bellows with iron and leather fittings. Approx. 2m in length, and about 1m at its widest extent. The leather parts are in a friable condition. This item is on display in the ...