Archeologists have said they expect digs at Lincoln’s former bus station will uncover some interesting pieces of city history.
Works began to demolish the old bus station in June to make way for the new Transport Hub and has seen Allen Archaeology investigating on the site.
Staff on site told The Lincolnite that more information about the dig would be available soon, but indicated there will be a number of interesting finds as a result of the project.
Finds around Lincoln
This comes weeks after a Roman coin and bone fragments were found at The Lawn in Lincoln during preparation work for the new RW Stokes & Sons head office.
The skeletons of two Roman infants and an adult were also found while work was carried out to prepare the ground for the University of Lincoln’s new Sarah Swift building on Brayford Wharf East.
Artefacts dating as far back as Roman times were discovered in Lincoln during works to create a new £22 million East West Link Road through the city.