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Essex History Group: Crossrail - layers of London, 68,000 years of history
Tue 24 January 2017, 10:30 – 12:00 GMT
By popular demand a repeat talk from Jay Carver, Lead Archaeologist for Crossrail. Jay gave this talk at our October meeting and it was so popular we had to turn some people away. He has kindly agreed to return to give the talk again.
Jay's talk will take us on a time travel journey right across the Crossrail route through London from early prehistory through the Roman and medieval city to the great industrial and rail sites excavated over the last 6 years.
The Essex History Group meets in the Essex Record Office ten times a year for talks on a variety of historical subjects. There is no formal membership, and all are welcome.
Talks start at 10.30am in the ERO lecture theatre. The lecture theatre is accessible to people in wheelchairs and is fitted with an induction loop.
Reserve your place here for free, then pay £1 admission on the door (includes a cup of tea or coffee and a biscuit).