Aaronson, J. (2016). THE FORMER WHITE HART PUBLIC HOUSE 49 HIGH STREET SOUTHALL UB1 3HF: An Archaeological Evaluation. Compass Archaeology Ltd. https://doi.org/10.5284/1043967. Cite this using datacite

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THE FORMER WHITE HART PUBLIC HOUSE 49 HIGH STREET SOUTHALL UB1 3HF: An Archaeological Evaluation
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Compass Archaeology conducted a pre-planning evaluation on the site on the former White Hart Pub in Southall. The evaluation entailed the excavation of four trenches spread across the site including within the footprint of the proposed development, and the former footprints of the 19th and 20th century pubs known to have occupied the site. Trench 1 contained a homogenous dump of brown-grey silty-clay within an undefined cut to a depth of 2.66m below existing ground level, interpreted as a quarry pit or a similar large open feature. Trench 2 contained a brick built drain at the northern end along with the northern and southern walls of the stable block range as depicted on 19th century OS plans. Fragmentary remains of contemporary floor surfaces were also observed. Immediate overlying these remains were the footings of the 1934 rebuild of the White Hart Pub. Trench 3 contained the basement of the 19th century White Hart at its eastern end and a section of the southern boundary wall as depicted on early 20th century prints. Trench 4 contained elements of the 19th century White Hart in the south and northeast of the trench, including external and internal wall footings. Possible elements of an earlier, pre-19th century structure were also recorded in the form of a truncated wall footing and well. In the northwest of the trench footings associated with the southeastern corner of the 1934 White Hart pub were recorded. In all trenches the 19th century remains had been severely disturbed by the 1930s demolition and redevelopment of the site, compounded by the addition of numerous modern services.
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J Aaronson
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Compass Archaeology Ltd
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2016
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Site: Former White Hart Pub, 49 High Street
County: GREATER LONDON
District: EALING
Parish: SOUTHALL
Country: England
Grid Reference: 513005, 180391 (Easting, Northing)
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CLAY TOBACCO PIPE (Find) Post Medieval (GLL)
POTTERY (Find) Post Medieval (GLL)
FLOOR SURFACE (Monus) Post Medieval (GLL)
WALLS (Monus) Modern (GLL)
WALLS (Monus) Post Medieval (GLL)
WELL (Monus) Post Medieval (GLL)
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OASIS Id: compassa1-266831
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A summary report of the findings of the evaluation. Includes background to the site including; planning background, historic and archaeological background, methodology employed, written description of the deposits and conclusions drawn. Text accompanied by illustrative photographs, trench plans and sections, and specialist reports appended.
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25 Sep 2017
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