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Basic Information

  • Collection of PM walls, possibly a form of shed or garden building
  • 703 704 705 706 707 711 721


  • Context: PCO06_703
    • Extension wall
  • Context: PCO06_704
    • Floor
  • Context: PCO06_705
    • Internal wall
  • Context: PCO06_706
    • External wall
  • Context: PCO06_707
    • External wall repaired
  • Context: PCO06_711
    • Internal masonary feature
  • Context: PCO06_721
    • Modern square drain
  • Context: PCO06_722
    • Modern concrete rendering

Subgroup Narrative Text

    • Underlying the modern overburden lay a series of small walls that formed an external structure associated with the Stewart/Georgian buildings fronting onto Prescot Street. Context {705} was an internal (partition) wall, that divided the room in two. There were no visible access points to the northern division, so presumably an entrance or step at a higher level had once been present, but was not now discernible. There was a possible exit way in the southern part division. Floor {704} went under walls of the structure. Built into construction cut [2170], which was dug into the Post Medieval soils. Context {721} was a fairly modern square drain, that was overlain by {722}, a concrete render. The building of this drain involved knocking through part of wall {703} on its east side. It also partially dislodged/moved the eastern part of wall {711}.
      • Chaz Morse
    • 12-7-2011

Dating Narrative

    • The stratigraphic position of this feature and its construction from unfrogged brick show it to be a Stewart/Georgian feature that was built as an out house for the buildings fronting on to Prescot Street.
      • Chaz Morse
    • 12-7-2011

Subgroup Plan


  • Strat. Group: PCO06_64
    • Late Post Medieval garden outhouses