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Archaeological investigations at East Lane and South Lane, Kingston upon Thames, 1996-8

Between 1996 and 1998 archaeological investigations in advance of redevelopment at East Lane and South Lane, Kingston, revealed evidence for an early Saxon farmstead. The settlement, located on a narrow promontory of high gravel between the Thames and marshes associated with its tributary, the Hogsmill, included a possible aisled hal: a building form previously unknown from Surrey. Subsequently the site was abandoned and not reoccupied until the early post-medieval period, during the expansion of Town End, the southern suburb of Kingston. The early post-medieval buildings occupying the site stood until the mid-20th century, when they were demolished and replaced with a small factory and garage.

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