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Archaeological Evaluation

Date 4 June 2007

Event ID 557393

Category Recording

Type Archaeological Evaluation

Permalink http://canmore.org.uk/event/557393

NT 18867 75812 An archaeological evaluation was undertaken on 4 June 2007 prior to the proposed development of 31 Barnton Avenue West. The site is situated to the immediate E of Barnton Lodge, in the grounds of which stood the now demolished Barnton House (Cramond Regis). The evaluation consisted of three trenches totalling 34m2. The evaluation revealed a substantial 2.0 m section of double coursed sandstone wall and an abutting sandstone floor. These features are probably associated with Barnton House.

Archive to be deposited with RCAHMS.

Funder: Richard Hall Architecture Design on behalf of Mr and Mrs Lam.

Information from Rob Engl (AOC Arcvhaeology Group) 2007.

OASIS ID: aocarcha1-27839

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