Following this watching brief, lookibg archaeological watching brief took place on three gas main trial trenches in London Wall between the junctions with Coleman Street and Blomfield Street. The trenches on London Wall revealed truncated sections of circa 17th to 19th-century brick walls and floors between 0.
The anticipated postern gate that had also been ly recorded by Compass to the north of the traffic llooking southern end of Blomfield Street did not survive within the narrow utilities trench. MOLA's fieldwork helped to more accurately record and locate these surviving parts of the wall, adding to the wider database of the predicted east-west wall alignment along London Wall. The area was found to have been extensively disturbed by numerous modern utilities.
Save Resource. Although within the area of the City Wall, no archaeological remains were encountered in this area at this depth.
A trench These features were not fully exposed but were possibly the remnants of backfilled cellars or culverts. The 0.