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Brick Kiln at Lodge Hill, Wormingford
Part 3. - the end


TUDOR BRICK KILN

Final images taken at the Brick Kiln before back filling
June 1st 2012

To be read in conjunction with Part1 and part 2




This was the end where the fire was lit.
It shows to two flue tunnels leading the the firing kiln


The two flue tunnels leading the the firing kiln


Excavating the Firing Chamber.
The other end of the Fire Tunnels as shown in the above two photographs


Excavating the Firing Chamber.
This clearly shows the supports where the new bricks would
have been stacked ready for firing


Taken from the fire end of the Flue Tunnel with a clear view through to the firing chamber.
Note the curved brickwork around the flue entrance



The complete archaelogical site


Colour Photographs of site by Alan Beales June 1st 2012
Acknowledgment to Don Goodman for his valuable assistance and patience, Colchester Archaeological Group
For more specific information contact the group at http://caguk.net