Plaque

Remains of Roman wall and bastion

Inscription

The Remains of the Roman city wall, constructed around AD 200, and a medieval bastion, are preserved in a chamber beneath this building.

Site: Remains of Roman wall and bastion (1 memorial)

EC1, Giltspur Street, Bank of America Merrill Lynch

September 2010: there is a small plaque giving visiting hours: 9:00 - 17:00 Mon-Fri and 9:00 - 13:00 on Saturdays, excluding public holidays. The plaques and the entrance to the "chamber" are in the entrance lobby in the corner of this building.

This section lists the subjects commemorated on the memorial on this page:
Remains of Roman wall and bastion

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London Wall

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Medieval bastion

First conserved in 1959 by the Ministry of Works when it was in the basement ...

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Jeremy Feakes

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Helen Gwynne-Vaughan

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