South Hylton dig – Day 4

Another exciting day at the South Hylton dig as things progress brilliantly down by the river.  Thanks to Jamie for sharing some photos of today’s dig.  Jamie commented that it is amazing how shallow these finds are, with the team not having to dig very deep to find items that are over 100 years old.  Well done to everyone who helped out today!

(Keep scrolling down for some more photos from Bev Taylor and Norman Kirtlan)

Courtesy of Jamie Phenny

Courtesy of Jamie Phenny

Courtesy of Jamie Phenny

Courtesy of Jamie Phenny

Courtesy of Jamie Phenny

Courtesy of Jamie Phenny

Courtesy of Jamie Phenny

Courtesy of Jamie Phenny

Courtesy of Jamie Phenny

Courtesy of Jamie Phenny

Courtesy of Jamie Phenny

Courtesy of Jamie Phenny

Courtesy of Jamie Phenny

Courtesy of Jamie Phenny

Courtesy of Jamie Phenny

Courtesy of Jamie Phenny

Courtesy of Jamie Phenny

Courtesy of Jamie Phenny

Thought to be a medieval buckle found by Peter with his metal detector – photo courtesy of Bev Taylor

18th century ink pot – photo courtesy of Bev Taylor

Here we have some photos from Norman Kirtlan of today on site: