Two post-medieval culverts at Coombe Abbey.
Two post-medieval culverts were revealed during trial trenching. The culverts may have been part of a redesigned landscape established sometime between the 1690 and 1790. The site lay west of the Abbeygate buildings at Coombe Abbey.
1 Trial trenching prior to the proposed extension of the hotel revelaed two brick culverts. The construction of the culverts could not be closely dated by finds, but they may have been part of a redesigned landscape established sometime between the 1690 and 1790 when the monastic channel (see MWA 9666) was infilled. The culverts must have been robbed after 1864 -86 during which period the mound around the car park was built.