Medieval Portion of Northhampton Castle Excavated

“The remains of a building from Northampton’s Medieval castle have been found on the site of the town’s railway station.

Archaeologists working on the site ahead of the development of a new station, have found three 12th Century walls from a stone building just feet underneath the station’s car park.

Archaeologist Tim Upson-Smith said: “We certainly weren’t expecting to find a stone building this well preserved and this close to the surface.””

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