Shaw, R. and Shaw, R., (2010). Newcastle Area Cmmand Headquarters - Archaeological Monitoring Work. Addyman Archaeology: Addyman Archaeology.

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Newcastle Area Cmmand Headquarters - Archaeological Monitoring Work
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Addyman Archaeology unpublished report series
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addymana1-93835_2.pdf (1 MB) : Download
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https://doi.org/10.5284/1022618
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Addyman Archaeology were commissioned on behalf of Northumbria Police Authority to carry out an Archaeological Watching Brief on the site proposed for the development of the new Newcastle Area Command Headquarters for Northumbria Police. This phase of monitoring followed from a Desk Based Assessment and Standing Building Recording undertaken on the site, and aimed to assess the archaeological survival on the site. Prior to the industrial period (the second half of the 18th century), there does not appear to have been any large scale development on the site. In the eighteenth century the area became one focus of the city's industrial activity. Along the burn were glass houses, lime kilns, a large brewery, a pottery and a foundry. Associated housing also grew up in the area. In the 19th century this area became associated with the growing railway industry and numerous associated buildings developed in the area and the property remains in use by the railway to the present day. The watching brief revealed a significant volume of made-ground in each of the five Trial Pits and the two Test Pits. No pre-nineteenth century deposits were encountered, although stretches of walling were revealed which likely relate to the railway structures depicted on the cartographic evidence.
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R Shaw
R Shaw
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Addyman Archaeology
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Historic England (OASIS Reviewer)
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2010
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Site: Forth Banks, Newcastle-upon-Tyne
Parish: NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE
District: NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE
County: TYNE AND WEAR
Country: England
Grid Reference: 424520, 563560 (Easting, Northing)
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Subjects / Periods:
Find: None Uncertain
Monus: Goods Station Post Medieval
Monus: Railway Office Post Medieval
Temporal - Auto Detected: 18th Century
Temporal - Auto Detected: Eighteenth Century
Temporal - Auto Detected: 19th Century
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OASIS Id: addymana1-93835
OBIB: AA1847
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12 colour pages in an A4 booklet.
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25 Nov 2016
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