Stevens, T. T., (2004). Archaeological Investigations at Vine Street, Uxbridge - Archive Report. AOC Archaeology Ltd.

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Archaeological Investigations at Vine Street, Uxbridge - Archive Report
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AOC Archaeology unpublished report series
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https://doi.org/10.5284/1000778
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This document summarises the results of an archaeological evaluation and excavation conducted by AOC Archaeology Group on behalf of Vine Street Uxbridge Ltd. The evaluation was undertaken in September 2000, immediately followed by an excavation conducted during October-November 2000. A single Early Bronze Age cremation of an adult male was found, cutting an earlier ditch. These early features are unusual in the local context. A possible boundary ditch and a few pits dated to the Late Bronze Age or Early Iron Age. Many prehistoric gullies, pits and postholes were excavated, but very little dating evidence was recovered from these features. Prehistoric activity was sealed by a soil horizon which probably took many hundreds of years to develop, and was probably open ground, perhaps pastureland, during the medieval and post-medieval periods. Residual material from these periods was recovered from the soil horizon and from later intrusive features. Extensive evidence was seen for the sub-surface remains of the 19th century Great Western Railway station, which was only decommissioned in 1964. The station was later demolished to make way for a car park, which was in operation until the current redevelopment.
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Tim T Stevens
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AOC Archaeology Ltd
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Historic England (OASIS Reviewer)
Greater London HER (OASIS Reviewer)
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2004
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Site: Vine Street, Hillingdon
Parish: UXBRIDGE
District: HILLINGDON
County: GREATER LONDON
Country: England
Grid Reference: 505600, 183900 (Easting, Northing)
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Find: Animal Remains Uncertain
Find: Brick Fragment Roman
Find: Burnt Flint Uncertain
Find: Clay Pipe (Smoking) Post Medieval
Find: Human Remains Early Bronze Age
Find: Lithic Implement Late Bronze Age
Find: Roof Tile Medieval
Find: Sherds Late Bronze Age
Find: Sherds Medieval
Find: Sherds Post Medieval
Monus: Boundary Ditch Late Bronze Age
Monus: Cremation Early Bronze Age
Monus: Gullies Later Prehistoric
Monus: Pits Later Prehistoric
Monus: Postholes Later Prehistoric
Monus: Railway Station Post Medieval
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OASIS Id: aocarcha1-3004
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A4, text and illustration, comb bound
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23 Nov 2016
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