Tag Archive | Museum Gardens

Try weeding these…

The View from my daily commute to work includes the wonderful image of these 3rd-4th century Romano-British gritstone sarcophagi, excavated from under the modern Railway Station in the 1890s, reburied in part as part of the historical Museum Gardens. Lovely stuff.


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