This archive contains the desk study, WSI and reports for archaeological investigations and building recording at Whitechapel for Crossrail. Various 18th-19th century remains related to rail heritage and the Albion Brewery are reported.
2010: Fieldwork report setting out the results of a general watching brief to monitor and record two machine-dug trenches at the Albion Yard car park, within the area of the former Albion Brewery, Whitechapel.
2014: This report presents the results of a general watching brief carried out by Museum of London Archaeology (MOLA) in Vallance Road Gardens, Whitechapel, London E1, in the borough of Tower Hamlets, as part of works for the future Crossrail Whitechapel crossover. This report covers the monitoring of: five boreholes, four starter pits for piezometers, a series of connecting shallow trenches, the foundations for a site hut and an Instrumentation and Monitoring (I&M) borehole, all within the confines of Vallance Road Gardens. The watching brief was carried out under Crossrail contract C261 Archaeology Early East.
2013: This report presents the results of an archaeological targeted watching brief carried out by the Museum of London Archaeology (MOLA) on the site of the Durward Street Shaft, Essex Wharf, Whitechapel, London E1, in the London Borough of Tower Hamlets.