Custom House Station, Victoria Dock Road (Crossrail XTI13)

Museum of London Archaeology, 2019

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Introduction

Custom House Station, Victoria Dock Road (Crossrail XTI13)

In 2013 Museum of London Archaeology (MOLA) carried out an archaeological field evaluation at Custom House Station, Victoria Dock Road. Four trial trenches and two window samples exposed former wood peat (intrepreted to be the former backswamp area of the Thames Floodplain) overlying late Pleistocene Shepperton Gravels. Above the peat was estuarine influenced alluvial clay.

Further information about this site can be found in: Spurr, G., Nicholls, M. and Yendell, V. (2017) A journey through time: Crossrail in the lower Thames floodplain. Crossrail Archaeology Series – 8. London: MOLA.