Ham and Wick Sewer Protection (Crossrail XTH12)

Museum of London Archaeology, 2019

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Ham and Wick Sewer Protection (Crossrail XTH12)

Monitoring of works for two sewer diversion shafts revealed only truncated natural London Clay in the Wick sewer access chamber, near the cutting for the Blackwall Tunnel approach road, and truncated natural gravels in the Ham sewer access chamber west of Wick Lane. No archaeological remains were observed on either site and modern material and services sealed the truncated natural deposits.