London’s Roman City Wall: The Obscured – Part 8

This post is the eighth in a series, which is aimed at documenting all the surviving sections of the Roman city wall, and will focus on part of the northern section of the wall which stretches from Bishopsgate in the east, to the Barbican Estate in the west, where it would have met with the existing walls of the earlier Roman garrison.

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London’s Roman City Wall – The Obscured – Part 7

Following on from my previous post regarding the city wall at Trinity Place, this post was to deal with the other “not obscured” section of Roman city wall in the Tower Hill area known as Cooper’s Row. However, whilst researching this topic I have discovered a previously unknown (to me that is) section right here, which although I have not attempted to gain access to yet, I have found photographic evidence of.

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London’s Roman City Wall – The Obscured – Part 4

By some twist of fate, the far eastern section of the Roman city wall, running in a straight line all most due north from the Tower of London to Aldgate, contains some of the best preserved, and importantly visible sections of the wall.|

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